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Name:Dodd Crag
Hill number:7940
Height:463m / 1519ft
Parent (Ma):2396  High Raise [High Raise (High White Stones)]
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Central Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Derwent (Workington)
Grid ref:NY 29052 20575
Summit feature:no feature
Col:457m  NY290204  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 89 90
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From Ashness Bridge - High Seat, Bleaberry Fell SE then main summit, Dodd Crag, Pike, ice-cream stop at Castlerigg campsite, Walla Crag, Ashness Bridge.summitter22/04/2019
Great viewsTigger424214/06/2018
A short afternoon round of 4 hills previously bypassed, this the last. From Bleaberry Fell SE Top and a steep descent to Shoulthwaite Farm over dead bracken (would be a pain in summer on this route). Then tracks and minor road back to car at Thirlmere Dam.jonglew05/01/2018
From Bleaberry Fell SE top via main summit. Skiddaw and Blencathra looking fine in late afternoon sun/shadows. On to Pike.Wycombe Wanderer12/11/2017
Walla Crag - Bleaberry Fell - Bleaberry Fell SE Top - Dodd Crag - Pike from GR: NY 28367 22101ronaldo33304/03/2017
Up from Pike then on to Bleaberry where the ground improves.Eddie17/12/2016
Keswick - Walla Crag - Bleaberry Fell - Dodd Crag - Pike - Rakefoot - KeswickMark Jackson25/10/2016
4th of 5 summits today on a circular from the Craglands guesthouse, visiting Castlehead, Walla Crag and Bleaberry fell, descending down fenceline towards Dodd. Climbed stone wall and fence before heading on a bearing to the undistinguished summit. Nice crags though. Scrambled down for a few metres before heading for intersection of fences at Ny289211.Dazingdale05/06/2016
From Armboth via High Seat, Bleaberry Fell SE Top, Bleaberry Fell. Followed the fence down Bleaberry Fell. Awkward wall to climb. Grassy humps on an impressive crag. Mist. Camped overnight on Bleaberry fell SE Top.mick03/10/2015
Limited parking at Rakefoot (alt 803ft). A straightforward walk of about 45 minutes. Follow the Walla Crag path until it turns westwards then pick up a smaller track continuing south. When the wall at the other side of the river shows suitable gaps, cross over and head for the acute bend in the wall. When meeting it, follow a path to the summit. Do this first if you intend to include Pike as it saves doubling back and enables an accidental shortcut directly back to Rakefoot along the private track.moorsman02/10/2015
Parked near the dam, up the road to Armboth car park, Fisher Crag, Armboth Fell (Birkett), Armboth Fell, High Tove, High Seat, Bleaberry Fell SE Top, Bleaberry Fell, Dodd Crag, Pike, back via A591 and cut through Shoulthwaite Farm to car park.Chipstertrain14/06/2015
From Rakefoot (parking for four or five cars at NY 28367 22101) Pike > Dodd Crag > Bleaberry Fell SE Top > High Seat > Bleaberry Fell > Walla Crag.David Gradwell12/06/2015
Great Wood CP > Cat Gill > Bleaberry Fell > High Seat > Bleaberry Fell SE Top > Dodd Crag > Pike > Walla Crag > Cat Gill > Great Wood CPTony Hartry04/06/2015
Soggy walk through grass and heather from Pike to the north, but improved for last 200m or so. Nice viewpoint.Aye Jimmy25/03/2015
Solo.Dangerous Dave14/03/2015
With Andy from Dale Bottom/Shoulthwaite Gill. High Seat, Bleaberry Fell SE Top,Bleaberry Fell and Dodd Crag.Crib Goch24/01/2015
From Pike en route to Bleaberrymcbiydw226/07/2014
W Jenx and Mike E. From small car park under crag. Followed path up to col. Repeated Raven Crag, did Birkett's The Benn and Castle Crag before Synges on Bleaberry Fell side inc Dodd Crag. Steep down East Fellside and b.ack to car on track from Shoulthwaite farmnordicstar30/11/2013
With Jo, circular walk from Keswick: Rakefoot, Dodd Crag, Bleaberry Fell South East Top, Bleaberry Fell, Walla Crag. Weather; high intermittent cloud, occasional sunny intervals, very good visibility.amblerbob26/05/2013
En route to Bleaberry Fellcitygent05/08/2010
Easter 2008 Synge bagging w Lesley & Darren. exact date tbcChris Pearson02/04/2008
andrew brown11/08/2018
Wilkins Synges03/07/2016
ALHEJ Wilkins03/07/2016
George Gradwell12/06/2015
Dave Geere11/04/2015
Rambling Ray15/11/2014