White Pike On Birkby Fell
A Few Facts About White Pike On Birkby Fell
Location - White Pike On Birkby Fell is a fell in the Southern Fells of the Lake District. It lies a short distance away from the Birker Fell Road. It is part of the Whitfell Group. One of the chapters of Alfred Wainwright's The Outlying Fells of Lakeland is a circular walk anticlockwise around Devoke Water starting and finishing on the road to the east. He describes the summits Rough Crag, Water Crag, White Pike, Yoadcastle, Woodend Height and Seat How, and notes that White Pike has a "splendid columnar cairn" and a view to Muncaster Castle.
Birkett Fell - White Pike On Birkby Fell is ranked number 397 in height in the full Birkett listing.
Summit - The summit of White Pike On Birkby Fell has a large tall cairn of stones perched on a rocky top. The views to Devoke Water and beyond are excellent.