Crook Crag 469m [Hill]
54.377908, -3.233235 [UK]
Worldwide: 599th= [all time] 205th= [last year] 23rd= [last month]
Country: 599th= [all time] 205th= [last year] 23rd= [last month]
rock at W end of elongated rock ridge
Source: Database of British and Irish Hills v14
400-499m Tump, Birkett
Last Bagged on 13th Jul 2019 1:27pm by munro277
First Bagged on 8th Jun 2013 10:29am by northlakesuk
Maps to Crook Crag
12th - 14th Jul 2019
Ravenglass start then a wander over some lonely peaks on route to Devoke water,take note some very tough ground in places.Camp above Devoke then up over the peaks both sides of the Birker road then down via Stanley gill falls.Forest and valley tracks,with a long water carry to camp the 2nd night on Muncaster fell,then back to train in the morning
Beacons: 994 | Distance: 34.4 miles | Height Gain: 9,003 ft
17th - 18th Apr 2015
From Jubilee Bridge, Eskdale up to Green Crag via the Birker Force waterfall. Then on to Harter Fell and then Harknott where camped near summit. Day 2 onwards to Lingcove bridge and back via Eskdale valley.
Beacons: 209 | Distance: 13.3 miles | Height Gain: 3,455 ft
Top Baggers of Crook Crag
Born n bred North Cumbrian into all things outdoors Hiking ,Camping ,Mountain Biking , Road Biking
Out walking, backpacking in Lakes and Scotland most wks just started a blog http://wanderingsupnorths.blogspot.co.uk/
Bloke with dodgy knees waffling on about the great outdoors and stuff. http://martinthehills.co.uk/
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.