Grisedale Pike

Hobcarton End From Grisedale Pike
Hobcarton End From Grisedale Pike

Walks By Keyword / Analysis: Cumbria, Grisedale Pike, Lake District

A Few Facts About Grisedale Pike

Location -
Grisedale Pike is a fell in the Lake District situated 4.5 miles (7.2 km) west of the town of Keswick in north-western lakeland. At a height of 791 metres (2,595 feet) it is the 40th highest Wainwright in the Lake District. It also qualifies as a Birkett, Hewitt, Marilyn and Nuttall and also is featured in the Trail 100 listing. Grisedale Pike presents a striking appearance when viewed from the east particularly from the vicinity of Keswick. It possesses two subsidiary summits, namely Hobcarton Crag and Hobcarton End. The last section of the ascent from the village of Braithwaite is particularly steep.

Summit -
Grisedale Pike's summit is rocky and well worn. The top is marked by a small pile of stones.
Links To Walks

Hill / Mountain Class(s)
Birkett, Bridge, Buxton & Lewis, English Nuttall, Fellranger, Hewitt, HuMP, Marilyn, North Western Fell, Nuttall, Sim, Synge, Trail 100, Tump, Wainwright

Hill / Mountain Details