Yew Bank 499m [Hill]
54.417317, -3.185087 [UK]
Worldwide: 625th= [all time] 264th= [last year] N/A [last month]
Country: 625th= [all time] 264th= [last year] N/A [last month]
tiny pile of stones on rock
Source: Database of British and Irish Hills v14
400-499m Tump, Birkett
Last Bagged on 14th Oct 2020 10:27am by bpackingbongos
First Bagged on 18th Mar 2013 4:38pm by backpackartist
Maps to Yew Bank
5th - 6th May 2019
Leaving from near Cockley Beck I climbed Harter fell then headed across to Border end and the Great moss.From there I made my own route upto the Crinkles to camp just after the last crinkle,on stonesty Pike.Next day I walked over to Cold Pike then down to the valley and the car
Beacons: 716 | Distance: 15.7 miles | Height Gain: 5,978 ft
16th - 19th Mar 2013
A winter backpack visiting Swirl How, Great Carrs (camp), Red Tarn (camp), Hard Knott (camp) and then giving up and getting a couple of nights at YHA Eskdale. http://hillplodder.com/2013/03/24/a-snowy-saunter-around-the-southern-fells/
Beacons: 90 | Distance: 27.1 km | Height Gain: 1,380 m
Top Baggers of Yew Bank
Out walking, backpacking in Lakes and Scotland most wks just started a blog http://wanderingsupnorths.blogspot.co.uk/
Backpacker and Outdoors Blogger at http://backpackartist.com. Abstract landscape artist at http://matthewkingarts.com. Usually spotted lurking around the Lakes, Wales, Dartmoor the South East, and on the TGO Challenge.
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.
Love hiking and the great outdoors - mostly in the Lake District from a base in Preston. On a mission to complete the Wainwrights in a leisurely fashion via day hikes and wild camping trips.