3rd May 2006

A sunny afternoon on Carrock Fell and High Pike

 

Walk Overview
Details
Time 13.50 to 17.15
Duration 3 hr 25 min
Distance 6.5 mile
Ascent 1804 ft
Walking with Jennifer
Route
Stone Ends - Carrock Fell - Milton Hill - High Pike - Carrock Beck - Stone Ends
 
Fells visited
 
Directory places visited

Starting Point Information Centre
Roadside, Mungrisdale Common (Apronful of Stones)

I don't suppose there'll ever be a problem with finding a space along here. The narrow road seems to go on for ever with a seemingly endless choice of roadside places to park. The best place is next to the disused pits next to the area called Apronful of Stones.

 

Route Map
 
 
Photos

Looking down to Caldbeck Common.

 

Great Mell Fell and the Loadpot Hill ridge taken from the route up to Carrock Fell.

Carrock Fells rocky summit.

From Carrock Fell looking across to Bowscale Fell and Blencathra.

Carrock Fells grassy ridge can be quite wet and boggy in places, but these can easily be avoided and a dry route can usually be found without too much difficulty.

Looking back to Carrock Fell again. This picture was taken close to the place where we left the ridge and headed across to High Pike.

High Pike summit with Carrock Fell on the left and Bowscale Fell on the right.

West Fell taken from the approach to the top of the disused mines we walked past to get down to Carrock Beck.

Carrock Fell seen from the top of the mines.

The track we followed back to the Caldbeck Common road.

Great Mell Fell seen across Caldbeck Common.

The ford on the road between Hesket Newmarket and Mosedale.

Caldbeck Common.



David Hall -
Lake District Walks