Name:High Street
Hill number:2528
Height:828.5m / 2718ft
Section:34C: Lake District - Eastern Fells
Col:454.7m  NY 4014 0825  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
2486117/09/2018NY 44077 11049  F: Trig pointDSM
2883608/08/2019NY 44078 11048  F: Trig point
O: Very flat summit area
3202613/08/2020NY 44076 11048  F: Trig point.Peter_W_Mitchell
4229803/04/2024NY 44141 11116  F: no feature
O: natural ground near trig point is 0.4m lower
-1140509/03/2008NY 44077 11047  F: trig pointDW
-1140629/06/2008NY 44076 11049  F: trig pointDW
-1140702/11/2008NY 44077 11048  F: trig pointDW
-1140802/11/2008NY 44078 11049  F: trig pointDW
-1140920/02/2010NY 44075 11050  F: trig pointK&AD
-1141012/04/2010NY 44078 11050  F: trig pointDeW
-1141104/05/2011NY 44078 11047  F: trig pointMDE
-1141212/08/2012NY 44077 11049  F: trig pointK&AD
-1141328/11/2010NY 44077 11048  F: trig pointDW
-1141426/05/2012NY 44076 11047  F: trig pointCraig67
-1141516/11/2014NY 44079 11051  F: trig pointMDE
83202/02/2013NY 44076 11047  F: CairnCraig67
83326/05/2012NY 44076 11047  F: Trig PointCraig67

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J.T. and M.T. Kentmere Horseshoe, Trail magazine June '19 route. In moderate cloud.MTansley28/04/2024
J.T. and M.T. Kentmere Horseshoe, Trail magazine June '19 route. In moderate cloud.J_tansley28/04/2024
Loop from Haweswater to Hayeswater (26/04/2024 Kidsty Pike, Rampsgill Head, The Knott (High Street), Gray Crag, Thornthwaite Crag, High Street)nat57126/04/2024
In a typical 4 seasons in one day it starts snowing for Boo and I. But at the top sun shines, sky is blue. Time for a sandwichAlphaville19919/04/2024
With the LOST boys: Mo, Iain, Nigel, John, Mike and Martin. Parked at Mardale Head. Epic 7.75 hour walk of 7.5 miles up Riggindale and down via Kidsty Pike. Met office mountain forecast said winds of 23 mph, but we got more like 63. Hard work.gbeniston11/04/2024
First Wainright with Kelly.paulh7906/01/2024
From Mardale Head, Rough Crag, High Street, Thornthwaite Crag, Stony Cove Pike, Hartsop Dodd and down to Hartsop. In the clag and rain almost from the outset - only a view of Brothers Water on the descent from Hartsop Dodd. Slushy snow on High Street. With Gillian. Many thanks to Harriet for the drop off at Mardale and the wet pickup from Hartsop.richard6902/01/2024
The Kentmere Horseshoe from Kentmere in an anticlockwise direction visiting 9 Wainwrights: Shipman Knots, Kentmere Pike, Harter Fell, Mardale Ill Bell, High Street, Thornthwaite Crag, Froswick. Ill Bell, and Yoke. A fine and partially sunny Boxing Day, with very fine snow showers. Certainly a nice change from heavy rain and storm force winds of recent days! 22km with 1200m ascent, taking 7h40m.silverwolf_alan26/12/2023
With dad.AJScourfield27/10/2023
Mardale circuit. 2 of 9thekirkie pirate12/10/2023
From lunch at Thornthwaite Beacon with L after a sweltering ascent in the heatwave of our favourite climb - 500m straight up the steep lonely east ridge of Ill Bell from Kentmere Reservoir. Then wonderfully off-piste straight down through the crags at the Head of Kentmere to visit the source of the R Kent and its upper course where we skinny dipped to cool off in one of its many pools -delightful in this rare Sept heatwave. Lovely walk down craggy Kentmere far from the crowds on the ridges. It was so hot we had to cover up to not burn.Chris Pearson05/09/2023
19 mile walk of Kentmere Horseshoe with a couple of out and back diversions. From Kentmere church, Sallows, Sour Howes, Yoke, Ill Bell, Froswick, Thornythwaite Beacon, High Street, Rough Crag, reascend to High Street, Mardale Ill Bell, Harter Fell, Kentmere Pike, Shipman Knotts. Last couple of hills with Doug and Jen from Wigan, lovely couple.Longwojo17/06/2023
kentmere horseshoe ending with camping at small water. Stunning view looking west into the lakes. Very quiet only seeing 5 people over the day.NCurtis13/06/2023
Climbed as extension to Kentmere horseshoe route. Warm sunny day with very little wind. Glorious views of eastern Lakeland region from summit.southern_rambler11/06/2023
A walk with Alma Aurea to try and visit some unfound Wainwrights, a few revisits and a couple of other summits on a warm sunny day. Parked at Haweswater Mardale, up via Mardale Ill Bell (revisit), Thornthwaite Crag (revisit), out to Gray Crag (new), back around to High Street (revisit), The Knott (new), Rampsgill Head (new), High Raise (new) and Low Raise (new), finishing with Kidsty Pike (new). 27km and some good views. /Dmeltdiceburg10/06/2023
From Mardale Head. 15 km, 900 m asc. Up The Rigg ridge to Rough Crag and High Street. N to The Knott and E and N to Rampsgill Head and Kidsty Pike, High Raise and Low Raise. SE down the pathless ridge to Castle Crag and back by the W shore path. Dry, sunny.
Ascended with the kids on a clockwise circular of the Kentmere Horseshoethecoopers28/05/2023
A Ringgindale Round. High Street - The Knott - Rampsgill Head - High Raise - Kidsty Pike.sms.3728/05/2023
A Riggindale Round. High street,The Knott,Rampsgill head,High raise,Kidsty pike. With Si camp at Castlerigg farm.Nicefish28/05/2023
Dales Mountain Biking Week.Rob Rees18/05/2023
14 miles 4114ft walk, start at Mardale Head carpark Haweswater Reservoir to Rough Crag, High Street, Harter Fell, Kentmere Pike, Mardale III Bell, Goat Scar and Shipman Knotts return by Gatescarth Pass.stephenbuda13/05/2023
R K Richard Tait23/02/2023
With Alex and Caitlinjthomson6nr916/02/2023
The Western High Street Fells from the Hartsop: Visiting Hartsop Dodd, Raven Crag, Caudale Moor (both Stony Cove Pike and John Bells Banner), Thornthwaite Crag N Top, Gray Crag, Thornthwaite Crag, High Street, Rampsgilll Head, Kidsty Pike, The Knott, Rest Dodd, Satura Crag, Buck Crag, and Brock Crags (both Summits). 22km with 1600m ascent taking 8h 20m.silverwolf_alan14/02/2023
Circular hike around the head of Mardale. From the car park at the head of Haweswater, up to Gatesgarth Pass, then past Little Harter Fell to Harter Fell, down to Nan Bield Pass, and up to Mardale Ill Bell. Then across to Thornthwaite Crag, and back along the broad track to the trig on High Street, before dropping down to the Straits of Riggindale. From here visiting The Knott, Rampsgill Head, Kidsty Pike, and High Raise in quick succession. Found a new way down via Low Raise, and the SE Ridge to Haweswater, taking in Castle Crag for the first time with its fine view along the way. A perfect day with sun, frozen ground, and many walkers out. 19.7km with 1100m ascent taking 7 hours.silverwolf_alan02/01/2023
A cleansing walk the day after Bernard's 60th.harristhedog02/01/2023
High Street via Hayeswater Gill & The Knott. On to Thornthwaite Crag and descend via Pasture Bottom. Overcast clouds, 6°C, Feels like 2°C, Wind 20mph from SSW, gusting 35mph, visibility 100m in cloud, good below.higlett27/11/2022
Wainwright Walk 16: Spider (High Street, Harter Fell, Mardale Ill Bell, Branstree & Selside Pike)DavidHiner29/10/2022
9.3 miles 2483ft walk, High Street from Sykeside Camping Park.stephenbuda14/10/2022
Kentmere circuit today. Bagged Yoke, Ill Bell, Frostwick, Thornthwaite Crag (again), High Street, Mardale Ill Bell, Harter Fell, Kentmere Pike & Shipman Knotts (143/214 Wainrights) with John Herbertgeorge_herbert_24/09/2022
South to North traverse of the High Street tops. I was hoping for the usual fine views but a heavy squall coincided with my visit to the trig, only clearing once I'd dropped to the northern colColin Crawford18/09/2022
From Mardale Head via The Rigg, Rough Crag, and Long Stile. Return via Mardale Ill Bell, Nan Bield Pass and Small Water.afoster10/08/2022
Kentmere horse shoe with Joanne.Daisy Dee05/07/2022
Kentmere Church - Yoke - Ill Bell - Froswick - Thornthwaite Crag - Gray Crag - High Street - Mardale Ill Bell - Harter Fell - Kentmere Pike - Shipman Knotts - Kentmere ChurchJHes23/06/2022
From Mardale Head. 13.5 km, 830 m asc. Up by Small Water and Nan Bield Pass to the summits of Mardale Ill Bell and High Street. N to the Straits of Riggindale and the summits of The Knott, Rampsgill Head, High Raise and Kidsty Pike. Down E to Kidsty Howes and back by Bowderthwaite Bridge and The Rigg. Dry, sunny.
From CP at Mardale Head. Up ridge over Rough Crag to summit. Descend via Mardale Ill Bell and Small Water.geralddavison01/05/2022
Hartsop - Hartsop Dodd - Stony Cove Pike (Caudale Moor (W)) - Gray Crag (W) Thornthwaite Crag - High Street - Rampsgill Head - the Knott - HartsopRanger10128/04/2022
With Mdouglas_easton28/04/2022
Kidsty Pike, high Raise, Rampsgill Head, The Knott, High Street and Mardale Ill BellP333ebz27/04/2022
Walked up from Mardale headbillames22/04/2022
Nuttall walk 7.3 Hartsop Horseshoe + out and back to High Street (So R could Trig bag).Dan Baddeley11/03/2022
With Catherine. Brock crags, Angletarn pikes, The Nab, Rest Dodd, The Knott, Rampsgill Head, High Raise, Kidsty Pike, High Street, Thorneywaite Crag, Gray Crag. 16.5 miles 5200ft elevation.nell158322/01/2022
From Mardale Head car park, visiting Blea Water and on to Mardale Ill Bell and Harter Fell. Good visibility.Argentum6616/01/2022
8 miler with Simon Stainer (NE land management survey). Starting from Hartsop - KNOTT / HIGH STREET / THORNTHWAITE CRAG / STONY COVE PIKE - Hartsoprichoakes11/10/2021
Arrived early for parking at Haweswater end NY469107, The Rigg, Rough Crag, High Street, Rampsgill Head, High Raise, Raven How, Red Crag, Raven How, Low Raise, Castle Crag, back up and over Ladys Seat to get an easy grassy descent down Band End until steep bracken near bottom hiding ankle wrecker holes, The Rigg, Wood Howe (water level low enough to walk out), parking.Isbjorn29/09/2021
Came up from Rough Crag. Solo. No-one about. W171 Rnd6.Dangerous Dave22/09/2021
With mizzi2510chris19/09/2021
With Sue, David, Linda, Don and Liz on a clockwise Kentmere round on a perfect day.Phreerunner08/09/2021
Perfect conditions. Walked up from HartsopSiHolden837108/09/2021