‪Haystacks‬

تعليقات حول - ‪Haystacks‬, ‪Lake District‬

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Hal A
بواسطة Hal A
‪Good Hike, hard decent with some scrambling‬
‪سبتمبر 2019‬
‪أكوام التبن كانت جبلًا أردنا التنزه لبعض الوقت. قررنا على الطريق الذي يبدأ بالقرب من Buttermere وهو موصوف جيدًا في أدلة مختلفة. كان موقف السيارات في مزرعة غيتسجارث ممتلئًا جدًا ولكن لديهم منطقة فيضان. كان هناك دلو لجمع 3 جنيه استرليني معقولة جداً. الصعود محدد جيدًا وليس سيئًا جدًا للنصف الأول. النصف الثاني يصبح أكثر تقنية مع بعض الصخور الصغيرة والثقوب التي يجب تجنبها ثم يتبعها بعض الهرولة. هناك تسلسلان من الهرولة ولن يمثلان تحديًا كبيرًا للمشاة الواثقين. كان هناك العديد من المشاة الذين تمكنوا من التنقل في هذه التسلسل مع الكلاب (الكبيرة والصغيرة). قد يرغب المتجولون الذين لديهم ثقة ضئيلة أو معدومة في الهرولة في التفكير في الصعود. القطران في الأعلى جميلة جدًا وتعطي خلفية رائعة لتناول بقعة غداء للنزهات. يبدأ الهبوط جيدًا على الرغم من أن اختيار المسار من الأعلى يمكن أن يكون أمرًا صعبًا (يوجد بالفعل عدد قليل ويلتقيان بالقرب من Blackbeck Tarn). سرعان ما ينحدر الهبوط ويصبح المسار مغطى لمدة 3/4 ميل أو نحو ذلك. هناك خطر واضح للإصابة وكان لدينا بعض اللحظات شعر. نزهة في المزرعة ممتعة بما فيه الكفاية وتجاوزنا عدد قليل من المتجولين الذهاب في الاتجاه الآخر لمكان التخييم البرية. لطيفة المشي على الجميع ، وليس أعلى ، ولكن التقنية في الأماكن والنسب صعبة.‬

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Kev-and-Carmel
‪Newcastle upon Tyne‬, UK46 مساهمة
الأصدقاء • أبريل 2021
‪Completed this hike today..as someone who.is overweight and not very fit I did struggle on the way up.. but taking regular breaks and breathers til I got my breath back helped a lot.. once I got to the top I was absolutely amazed by the views.. well worth the ascent.. the path is quite a difficult terrain to walk on.. very rocky and my foot slipped a few times.. there is quite a lot of scrambling and lowering yourself down rock faces ect (loved that bit). Once you start heading down it's quite sore on ur knees and feet..
All and all I thoroughly enjoyed my first proper hike.. if ur a beginner like me you will struggle but not enough u won't be able to complete the walk.. brilliant xxx‬
كُتب بتاريخ 25 أبريل 2021
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TheWakeyHarveys
ليدز, UK104 مساهمات
سبتمبر 2020
‪We did Hay Stacks today, after wed walked around Buttermere. Starting at Gatesgarth we did it in an anti-clockwise direction. It took us nearly four hours and the distance was nearly 5 miles. We climbed the summit and passed Innominate Tarn. We didn’t take the path past Little Round How, instead we came down the disused quarry path. We are both fit and active and at times due to the weather conditions we found it tough. Today was mild but the cloud / clag was in and it was quite gusty and exposed. At times visibility was down to 50 yards and the rocks / path was very slippery so you need to go slowly and take care. There was some great scrambling which requires a decent level of strength and fitness, at the summit, and some more scrambling coming back down. Please note though you need to be prepared for this climb. Whilst at times the path is really obvious but when you are approaching and leaving Hay Stacks at times there is no obvious path. In today’s poor weather that could be really dangerous and you can easily get lost and panic. We had both gps and a backup map and compass and know how to use them. The gps was a godsend and was used at the summit. Neither of us had a phone signal. It’s a good, challenging test but go prepared for navigation, good sturdy boots, waterproofs and backpack etc. If you go prepared you will love it‬
كُتب بتاريخ 8 سبتمبر 2020
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Hal A
20 مساهمة
سبتمبر 2019
‪Haystacks was a mountain that we've wanted to hike for some time. We decided on the route that starts near Buttermere and is quite well described in various guides. The parking, at Gatesgarth Farm was pretty full but they have an overflow area. There was a bucket to collect a very reasonable 3GBP.
The ascent is well defined and not too bad for the first half. The second half becomes a bit more technical with some small loose rocks and holes to be avoided and then followed by some scrambling. There are two sequences of scrambling and will not present too much of challenge for confident walkers. There were various walkers who managed to navigate these sequences with dogs (big and small). Walkers with little or no confidence with scrambling may want to consider the climb.
The tarns at the top are very pretty and give a nice backdrop to have a spot of picnic lunch. The descent starts ok although picking out the path from the top can be tricky (there are actually a few and they meet up near Blackbeck Tarn). The descent soon steepens and the path becomes quite scree covered for 3/4 of a mile or so. There is definite risk of injury and we had some hairy moments. The stroll into the farm is pleasant enough and we passed a few hikers going the other way for a spot of wild camping.
Nice walk over all, not the highest, but technical in places and the descent is tricky.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 21 سبتمبر 2019
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Andrew H
‪Rochdale‬, UK2,667 مساهمة
بمفردك • يونيو 2019
‪For fantastic views of Buttermere, Crummock and Ennerdale take a walk around the lake and then climb the steady path up to Wainwrights favourite mountain, Haystacks. From there the views of the wonderful part of the world are incredible. It's a steady climb but worth the effort. Drop down after the climb using the old mine tram tracks to the Honister Cafe at the mine.

Park at Gatesgarth Farm, £4 all day and enjoy an ice cream if the kiosk is open.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 29 يونيو 2019
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Ian B
‪Morpeth‬, UK71 مساهمة
بمفردك • مايو 2019
‪First a few things to note. At the time of writing - May 2019, the usual path that leads from he Buttermere car park to the north west corner of the lake is closed due to a bridge being out. But head towards that path anyway and you'll see a well signed diversion but it does add 800 metres to the walk.

Also during June and July 2019 part of the lakeside path on the east side will be closed so you may have to walk on the road.

Car parking at Buttermere is coins only - £6 for four hours, £9 for 8 hours. Beyond me why they can't install a machine which accepts cards or one where you can phone a number afterwards to pay like at other places in the Lakes such as Grasmere.

My route was walking down the west side of the lake then a sharp turn right just before Peggy's Bridge via Scarth Gap. This is quite steep but straightforward. But just before the peak there is a section which requires hands on scrambling but not really dangerous. Plenty to see at the top.

Hated the descent - down to Warscale beck. Was pretty much all loose stones, scree, rocks. Very easy to lose your footing. But once you're back to level ground the walk back along the side of the lake is nice.

Most paths are easy to see but some are a bit indistinct. I was glad to have the OS app and route downloaded to my phone for offline use. I'm on the Three network and on the whole walk the only place I had a signal was at the summit. The cafe in Buttermere has wifi.

I had a 4kg backpack with camera equipment and it took me just over 5 hours.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 16 مايو 2019
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c0linm189
‪West Bromwich‬, UK33 مساهمة
زوجان • فبراير 2019
‪Parked the car at Gatesgarth farm arrived at 10am February 2019, was only handful of spaces left costs £4 to park car this is a meter so take pound coins with you. cross the road pass the farm onto Peggy’s bridge and it’s uphill all the way from this point after you cross a little stream you look for the gap in the stonewall on the left and cross and carry on up the rock stream at the top at this point to your left you see it raise again this time it’s a bit of a scramble using all four points of contact, in many places but nothing to dangerous and our sprocket spaniel only needed a hand once to get up. once you taken in the stunning views carry on alone the top heading towards the slate mine passing the tarns wainwright’s resting place. head for old stone building nice place to take a break the building is open for shelter for the path down is hard on your feet and more so on the knees due to rocks all the way you can if you like a challenge take the waterfall route this is before the stone building will see the down hill path from the stone building across the valley. This is a step down hill section and will require small steps in places and a bit of a bum slide every now and then. You then come to the stream you need to cross pick your crossing point carefully ? And cross the stream using the stones like we did ! Gore Tex boots needed Then meet the same path down from stone building follow all the way back to car park where a mobile cafe sells hot drinks and a ice cream at very reasonable prices.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 24 فبراير 2019
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sarah j
‪Altrincham‬, UK29 مساهمة
يونيو 2018
‪we did this with our 5 and 8 year old plus granny who is 69....lovely walk...kids had a blast...a bit of a oush to the top for them but so happy once we got to the top‬
كُتب بتاريخ 28 نوفمبر 2018
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Meuchler
برلين, ألمانيا25 مساهمة
الأصدقاء • سبتمبر 2018
‪The view over lake Buttermere is superb and most of the way up is easy even for hobby adventurers. Only the last view meters over the pass require some climbing.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 16 سبتمبر 2018
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colinhutchison241736
Stroud, United Kingdom8 مساهمات
العائلة • سبتمبر 2017
‪Me and my boys have climbed this mountain a few times now, there are a couple of routes, one tougher than the other, fantastic views. It is well worth a climb and I can see why it was Wainwrights favourite, be aware of the weather, this is a big mountain area, take care and enjoy.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 17 أغسطس 2018
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Rosslareharbour
‪Nottingham‬, UK263 مساهمة
الأصدقاء • أغسطس 2018
‪The great man rests here and I’m so glad that I made this climb. I’m now over 70 and to be honest I did not find the climb that demanding. You need to pace yourself along the gradual & steeper climb. The NT & Fix The Fells have begun the process of reconstructed paths and are doing a fantastic job.

Start at Gatesgarth farm , £4 for car park. Then it’s a gradual climb to Scarth Gap. Some flat parts here and then it’s a scramble to the summit.

And it’s worth it. Even on a gloomy day with some mist/rain it’s a quite stunning & wonderful location and I can understand why Wainwright loved it.

Just take your time , it’s not a race, we took 4 hours but we stopped to gaze & wonder quite frequently .

I’m going back on a sunnier day ,,‬
كُتب بتاريخ 5 أغسطس 2018
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