High Snab Bank 440m [Hill]

54.550213, -3.21823 [UK]

Worldwide: 844th= [all time] 468th= [last year] N/A [last month]
Country: 844th= [all time] 466th= [last year] N/A [last month]

Source: Database of British and Irish Hills v14


Last Bagged on 15th Aug 2019 5:11pm by Martinthehills

First Bagged on 18th Mar 2012 7:52am by Leerockwell15

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Maps to High Snab Bank



18th Mar 2012


Beacons: 88 | Distance: 8.2 miles | Height Gain: 3,169 ft

Robinson - Dale Head - Hindscarth - Lake District

Robinson - Dale Head - Hindscarth - Lake District jamehand

9th Jul 2015

Utilising part of the famous 'Newlands Round' this route goes up Robinson then along all the way along the ridge to Dale Head before back tracking and descending via Hindscarth.

Beacons: 583 | Distance: 15.2 km | Height Gain: 959 m

29th December 2016

29th December 2016 AndyLukeUK

29th Dec 2016

Beacons: 337 | Distance: 20.4 km | Height Gain: 1,627 m

Top Baggers of High Snab Bank


martin_free [1]

A social hiker (off-road pub crawler?!) that enjoys taking pictures of the places I've been. @martin_free on Twitter


jamehand [1]

Overseas Traveller, Would-be Mountaineer, Skier, Hiker & Occasional Idiotic Adventurer.


Martinthehills [1]

Bloke with dodgy knees waffling on about the great outdoors and stuff. http://martinthehills.co.uk/


Leerockwell15 [1]

Love the outdoors,spend all of spare time hiking in the Lake District,or any other place that has Mountains to climb,Munro bagger,Backpacker,Wild camper.


AndyLukeUK [1]

Can be found in Leicester, or up a hill in the Lakes or Highlands.

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