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TP0693 - High Street
28th Jan 2013 12:30 by Merthyr_boy
5th Dec 2012 15:16 by staggie34
Parked at Hartsop and walked via Grey Crag. Lots of snow underfoot but good views. Met a biting headwind on the acent to High Street. Did Rampsgill Head before heading back down to car via Hayeswater.
28th Nov 2012 14:07 by Steve&Gill
North side of pillar covered in 2 inches of solid ice
18th Aug 2012 11:50 by Pyoung1s
12th May 2012 13:20 by hotbox16
10 mile walk of Caudale Moor, Stoney Cove Pike, High Street, Kidsty Pike, High Raise and the Knott
14th Apr 2012 15:00 by dangorman
9th Apr 2012 14:24 by iannotts
very low cloud mist rain no views from trig point.
4th Mar 2012 18:32 by PeterKirkwood
21st Jan 2012 10:45 by stan toon
Re visit on a 11 Mile walk. Unable to stand on the tops due to gale force winds.
21st Aug 2011 16:55 by M0NJW
On a walk - stoney cove pike / high street / The Knott.
15th Aug 2011 17:33 by Aidy
Did this as part of a 7 mile walk. Busy near the top.
24th Jun 2011 14:10 by martinc
Busy top! Concrete pillar with filled plug
28th Apr 2011 12:30 by timdoggart
16th Apr 2011 13:43 by coinea
16th Apr 2011 13:42 by Clochandighter
Parked at road end (free) car park at Mardale Head, Haweswater Resr. Up via Gatescarth Pass, Harter Fell, Kentmere Pike and Mardale Ill Bell. Returned via Riggindale Crag.
15th Apr 2011 12:18 by PhilRichards
Up from Hartsop via The Knott. Very wet and windy. No views. Return via Thornthwaite Beacon and down Pasture Bottom.
27th Mar 2011 13:25 by sheepsocks
Bagged on a 5 hour walk including 6 Wainwrights. Walked up from carpark at the head of Haweswater, lovely day ideal walking conditions, short sleeves all day even on the tops. A bit of a dull sumit so only a 6, far better views further on towards High Raise and at Kidsty Pike.
19th Mar 2011 11:55 by painterman61
Walked up east ridge from car park superb views all the way,slight mist on top very cold gusty wind. Trig in exellent condition considering its location and its 75 yrs old in april! Plastic plug, spider has initials JLC SEC VC stamped in with a metal punch,summit is a fairly dull flat grassy plateux good views espeicialy Helvelyn range.Done on a seven mile round including Mardale Ill bell,Harter fell and the two nuttalls Rough crag and Adams Seat.
15th May 2010 13:12 by Only Joking
4th May 2010 18:50 by melch
27th Apr 2010 14:40 by Marshsand
18th Apr 2010 10:33 by geek9999
16th Apr 2010 00:00 by pete37038
Superb views as you would expect found on a 17m round from Kentmere
13th Dec 2009 11:47 by Andrew hunt
4th Dec 2009 13:00 by Father Ted
A revisit for me. In fact this is the first mountain top I have revisited in my quest to climb every mountain in England and Wales which I started in 2004.
18th Sep 2009 11:20 by Hartryggers
Birketts CLF walk E/HST5 Mardale Head CP > Heron Crag > Rough Crag > Capel Gate > Long Stile > HIGH STREET summit marked with a trig pillar (S1541) at OS data NY 44075 11048 829.056m > Rampsgill Head > Kidsty Pike > Kidsty Howes > Mardale Head CP
12th Aug 2009 12:33 by Theo D Lite
Very busy, unattractive spot. Better views further away
9th Aug 2009 12:41 by gary&den
Parked at Haweswater circular walk including High Street and High Raise. During the walk could clearly see Striding Edge.
16th Jun 2009 12:06 by Hartryggers
Parked in the CP at Mardale Head, followed Birketts CLF C/HST4 taking in Adam Seat, Little Harter Fell, Harter Fell (Mardale), Mardale Ill Bell, High Street, The Knott (High Street), Rampsgill Head, High Raise (High Street), Low Raise, and Castle Crag (Mardale). (OS offical data - S1541 - 829.056m NY 44075438 11048125), I guess thatís the top of the pillar
28th May 2009 00:00 by Rupertal
21st Feb 2009 11:41 by Loz&Bib
3rd Jan 2009 12:05 by staggie34
Started at Hartsop and ascended via Thornthwaite Crag to High Street and return via a very frozen Angle Tarn. Good views and a great route.
The trig ©staggie34
30th Dec 2008 12:55 by barney1903
18th Dec 2008 18:22 by painterman61
Done on an icy december day,walked up ridge from haweswter.Lots of verglas and snow on rocks never saw anyone all day great!
20th Nov 2008 00:00 by Curlew
1st Nov 2008 10:25 by barnsley skip
Walked up from Mardale water car park, on the way up saw the famous last Golden eagle over head on Rough crag but not to be seen higher up the walk! Cold in strong wind
26th Sep 2008 12:30 by Trig391
Trig in good Condition.
High Street. ©Trig391
30th Aug 2008 00:00 by caroleengel
30th Aug 2008 00:00 by bogdodger
5th Aug 2008 12:40 by stevemarlor
23rd Jul 2008 13:05 by Morecambe Monkey
18th May 2008 15:50 by staggie34
20th Apr 2008 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc except for an old repair to top screed. GPS plaque. Plastic cap. Spider bears lettering JLC SEC VC in common with Kentmere Pike. E side of wall, seems a little way S of highest point. Dull summit but E flanks are superb - fine ascent from Harter Fell and even better descent off E ridge. 3 trig circuit with Selside Brow and Kentmere.
S1541 spider initials ©peregrinus
1st Apr 2008 00:00 by knobbly stiles
17th Mar 2008 12:30 by Alfred the great
23rd Nov 2007 11:19 by Keefley
3rd Nov 2007 15:10 by NogintheNog
20th Oct 2007 18:04 by Walker Dan
Nice day for a walk. Have been past many times before pre trig pointing
12th Sep 2007 13:00 by CJO
walked up from mardale head
20th Jul 2007 12:30 by cbot
Path doesn't go via trig point
28th Jun 2007 11:59 by Rayz53
26th Jun 2007 13:00 by asbown
done as part of the kentmere round, great views all the way up, no problem finding trig today but can imagine it being difficult in bad weather, very flat on top.
5th May 2007 13:00 by Mr T. P. Bagger
Came up from Patterdale via Angle Tarn. All the way the summit was in cloud until within 1/2 mile then the sun came out and with it the views.
28th Apr 2007 09:18 by Lone Walker
Superb clear day with great views across to Helvellyn range, very deserving of a 9/10
21st Apr 2007 12:00 by Peripatetic
The '10' is for the ascent via the spur, which is magnificent! A route for the connoisseur, as Wainwright put it... ;-)
21st Mar 2007 00:00 by Border Peat
circular walk from hawes water first class
26th Feb 2007 13:09 by peebs
20th Dec 2006 14:10 by flipflopnick
Snow on the ground. crisp cold day with chill wind. extensive views. Low cloud covering whole of UK, grounding aircraft. Fantastic day out.
19th Nov 2006 19:12 by duncscott
Top of the Roman road - great walk, great view and a gwocache near by too
18th Nov 2006 11:31 by staggie34
Ascended from Mardale Head through rain, sleet, hail and snow to get some great views from trig.
15th Jul 2006 13:00 by Trigglets
Here again, this time coming up from Kentmere via Ill Bell. We sat at the top for a while, enjoying the warm sunshine and the fine views west.
28th May 2006 07:30 by CHRISBOMBINGTON
Wet and windy but still great views
The view west Wet and windy but still great views
15th May 2006 19:30 by jamesleesaunders
?? Pauls photos
6th Mar 2006 14:25 by mcknut
Completely missed this at first and had to go back for it. Bit of a rubbish walk as we went up the wrong way and ended up having to come down the same way as couldn't find the alternative route in the bad weather.
20th Nov 2005 12:40 by smiley dog
after a very cold wild camp near hayeswater -8 the climb up here warmed us up. returned to hartsop via gray crag
2nd Sep 2005 14:30 by Ivanhoe
Rather traditional grey/pale whtewash pillar. Passive station plaque attached ?
10th Jun 2005 11:16 by jimmy
14th May 2005 13:00 by Father Ted
I can understand how this is easy to miss in the mist as it is off the main path but still at the peak. Fortunately I had a sunny but windy day for my ascent. A strange name for a mountain I thought till I was told that it was a Roman road and indeed high.
9th May 2005 12:00 by G4OWG
1st May 2005 11:40 by Clanfield Rambler
This is an old log, Walked up via thornwaite crag, Good views
6th Mar 2005 14:35 by littlejim
Back again! This is becoming a once a year occurrence!
Looks like last year! ©littlejim
13th Nov 2004 11:30 by Trigglets
Pleasant round from Hartsop on a fine autumn day.
26th Oct 2004 11:17 by stan toon
Great walk up around the rigg and up to Kidsty Pike.
4th Sep 2004 12:37 by Sandman
28th Aug 2004 15:30 by Isosceles
15th Aug 2004 10:30 by crazy gang
Did this as part of the brilliant kentmere Horshshoe and nearly missd it because of the fog
13th Apr 2004 13:30 by CatherineJ
23rd Feb 2004 21:48 by stonestreaker
old log - been many times
17th Jan 2004 14:10 by littlejim
Been here loads of times over the years. This was our last visit!
16th Sep 2003 13:52 by The Essex Land Rovers
We keep this trig location in our GPS as a directional guide when walking as it can often be very misty here.
13th Sep 2003 00:00 by catman
1st Jun 2003 12:46 by Crazy
On a very sunny day over lots of peaks from the YH at Troutbeck to Patterdale.
23rd Apr 2003 21:27 by Fellwanderer
5th Jan 2003 11:30 by Brookvale0
12th May 2002 00:00 by Bramley
1st Oct 2000 11:00 by weekender
Ian Hodgson Mountain Relay
27th Aug 2000 14:11 by Rhayader_wanderer
latest visit of several
22nd Jul 2000 19:45 by Foinavon
I had forgotten I had been up here but I found a photo of myself and Mrs Foinavon by the trig and fortunately it was dated!
24th Apr 2000 13:27 by splash
31st Jan 1999 00:00 by IWC
10th Oct 1998 19:32 by Trigglets
22nd Sep 1998 17:56 by Triggers
done on full traverse of high street range
21st May 1998 14:50 by Marshsand
Visited on a circuit from Mardale Head also visiting Selside Pike, Branstree, Harter Fell, Rampsgill Head, High Raise and Kidsty Pike.
21st Oct 1997 00:00 by Historian
18th Sep 1997 14:00 by Bergfuehrer
Westmorland. We started in Mardale and climbed the Nan Bield Pass, then over Mardale Ill Bell to reach High Street before descending the ridge to Haweswater.
22nd Sep 1996 14:00 by Phil Clayton
22/09/1996 was the most recent of 5 visits, the first being 14/02/1977.
14th Jul 1996 13:35 by ocean soul
Visited whilst doing the Kentmere horseshoe.Excellent views.
12th Aug 1995 00:00 by widget
Walked up in drizzly mist with son & mate from Hartsop. Only 100m visibility on top but cleared on Riggindale. Camped on Speaking Crag,overlooking very low Haweswater. Rain stopped at 2130 with full moon. Bootiful!
1st May 1995 14:33 by PeteBoggs
Old log - first visited as part of Kentmere Horseshoe but better climbed from Haweswater via Long Stile ridge
28th Mar 1995 00:00 by mickandshane
Excellent trig,plug missing.
1st Jan 1995 00:00 by happycyclist
Retrospective log. Visited when doing Wainwrights.
22nd Jul 1994 13:00 by Andy West
30th Mar 1991 00:00 by Tom de Erin
9th Aug 1990 00:00 by gowrie
14th Jun 1990 00:00 by PhilPamAndRob
Retrospective Logging of this trig from when I reached this summit whilst doing the Wainwrights
20th Apr 1990 19:06 by earl grey
climbed whilst completing the wainwrights,but since then, many times
27th Oct 1988 12:00 by RichardL
On this occasion, walking with East Shrops Ramblers group on a day out round the Kentmere Horseshoe, whilst staying at Kendal YH for the weekend. Have been back on a mountain bike since.
5th Jun 1988 12:45 by fasgadh
first of several visits, heading south from Penrith to Staveley
17th Aug 1987 12:28 by bonatti
With the boy on a walk from Windermere to Penrith via the Roman Road over High Street. One of a number of visits.
24th Jul 1985 00:00 by tg1
Walk with Marion.
10th Aug 1982 14:00 by gemini man
Visited whilst on the last section of a walk called Abbotts Hike from Ilkley to Pooley Bridge.
2nd Sep 1976 13:00 by desperate dan
Just after the end of the 1976 drought. Landscape very brown.
21st Sep 1974 14:00 by arranc
1st Jun 1974 12:00 by lonesome_cowboy_burt
Visited sometime in June 1974, walking from Troutbeck to Patterdale.
Sometime in June 1974 ©lonesome_cowboy_burt
31st Dec 1969 00:00 by claymoreking