Hay Stacks /High Stile Ridge
Key information: Hay Stacks /High Stile Ridge
- Alfred Wainwright's favourite mountain, Hay Stacks, is a superb, rough excrescence, between beautiful Buttermere and magnificent upper Ennerdale.
- The ridge walk waking in the higher High Stile has to be one of the best in Britain, with its huge and outstandingly lovely views and great variety of terrain.
- While you're at it, why not swing round and take in Fleetwith Pike at the heads of Buttermere (if coming from that valley), or Great Gable to the south-east, if coming from Ennerdale.
- There are no less than 25 inspiring Cicerone guide books on the Lake District (their speciality)! Have a look at their website. Find relevant books by using Amazon search function:
- See our Lake District page for further photos and general and practical information.
- Walkopedia rating90
- Natural interest16
- Human interest8
- Negative points0
- Total rating90
- Length: Variable
- Maximum Altitude: 507m (High Stile)
- Level of Difficulty: Strenuous
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