All Details & GPS Waypoint

Winter Crag 330m (1083ft)

Summit Feature: Rock (Survey: obvious summit)
Classification: LaMP, Synge.
OS Grid Ref: NY429182 (10 figure Grid Ref: NY4299818250).
Lake District Area: Far Eastern Fells (OS Maps 1:50k 90. 1:25k OL5S.)
Latitude: 54.55627, Longitude: -2.882895, Height: 330 metres (1083 feet)
Prominence: 5 metres (16 feet)
Unique Waypoint POI Name: 0330.s (DoBIH Hill ID: 8011)

Associated Parent Hill:
   High Street (828m, p373)

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Data courtesy of the Database of British and Irish Hills

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Member's Comments on Winter Crag...

  • Chris Pearson says...
  • 17/12/14 (2nd ascent). A nice sunny but breezy end to our 5 hour walk around Boredale. I came this way with Darren on day 2 of the 2005 Original Mountain Marathon for a checkpoint tucked away below the crag. We were over ambitious as ever coming this far on Short Score, with serious time problems and exhaustion (me) and cramping up(me) in the pouring rain and came in about 5th on day 2 but hung on to some our huge 53 point lead from day 1 to win Short Score overall.
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Winter Crag has been climbed by...

alan caine Andrew Brown bailer01 benarbia_8 bramley Brunshaw Chris Jackson Chris Pearson chrisd101 ChrisRich citygent darren-mountains David David Gradwell dogshome edgradwell fitfish IainT Ian Baines iwc Jacqdaw jamesfc Jane T JohnC jonglew Kaye.c Keith Allen lonesome_cowboy_burt lorettocourt Mhr1952 mickpb midgebait Mountain Goat Newyork13 ngthack Nick Wakelam nordicstar oakesave oscarben owaincaesarius painterman Peebs Phil Newby rhw Rhys Thomas Ronnie Bowron Rooidog SEAN WANNOP snaithd staton75 SteveG stevent0809 thenomad Walker Dan Wanderer


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Data courtesy of the Database of British and Irish Hills