Red Pike (Buttermere) 755m [Mountain]
54.527438, -3.298529 [UK]
Worldwide: 144th= [all time] 201st= [last year] N/A [last month]
Country: 144th= [all time] 200th= [last year] N/A [last month]
rock 8m NE of cairn
Source: Database of British and Irish Hills v14
Hewitt, Nuttall, Wainwright, Birkett
Last Bagged on 28th Sep 2020 11:36am by stillgoingup
First Bagged on 28th Oct 2011 1:13pm by martin_free
Maps to Red Pike (Buttermere)
10th Jul 2015
From a distance High Stile looks impregnable from the front but a sneaky route can be climbed by the NW approach from Bleaberry Tarn. The route is pathless and strewn with scree above 1250ft but eventually you arrive on the ridge and a series of cairns guide you to the summit.
Beacons: 393 | Distance: 6.3 miles | Height Gain: 2,910 ft
Top Baggers of Red Pike (Buttermere)
Full-time hiker, cycle tourer and paddler. Occasional designer of lightweight hiking kit.
Born n bred North Cumbrian into all things outdoors Hiking ,Camping ,Mountain Biking , Road Biking
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.
Overseas Traveller, Would-be Mountaineer, Skier, Hiker & Occasional Idiotic Adventurer.
Outdoor enthusiast, walker, backpacker, scrambler, peak bagger, TGO Challenger. Yorkshireman, exiled in the south, who escapes to the mountains very frequently. I'm not mad, I'm ambitious.