Scoat Fell

Area:Lake District - Western Fells
County:Cumbria
Country:England
Classification:Wainwright, Birkett, Hewitt, and Nuttall
(also Fellranger, Synge, Sim, and Tump)
Height:841m
Maps:OL4(S) Explorer or 89 Landranger
Grid Ref:NY159113         Hills nearby: 5km 10km 20km
Summit:rock N of wall - photo
Daylight:dawn 04:03, sunrise 04:53, sunset 21:26, dusk 22:16
External links:Wikipedia

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Black Crag - Pillar, with Scoat Fell behind
Black Crag - Pillar, with Scoat Fell behind


Scoat Fell is at the crossroads of a number of ridges between Wasdale and Ennerdale, its long summit plateau is crossed by the "Ennerdale Fence". To the northeast lies Pillar, the southwest Haycock, the southeast is Red Pike which is part of the Mosedale horseshoe, and on a short northeast spur is Steeple.

It can be walked as part of the Mosedale horseshoe from Wasdale, or part of a round encompassing Pillar along the ridge to Haycock from Ennerdale Water. The Youth Hostels at Gillerthwaite or Black Sail being well placed to use a base.

Why not try walking up this hill using one of our walks:

... or, if you've walked it already, why not log on or register and record your walk?

Other walkers registered on our site who have already walked up this hill include: Tirama, adgl, DukeNukem, Oli R C, Hannahfw, steve71, gallowshill (twice), Sylwia J Kociemba, gilly_3886, fizzerfox, Mikew92, CARLOS, Ginty, AGJ64, bert, jegger, Susanna, beth, StevetheRover (twice), Andy Duff, Lenny0018, Lancashire Lad, and gbh.

In our forum you can read the following walk reports which include this hill:

If you need accommodation we have details of 23 properties offering rooms near Scoat Fell. Here are some examples:

4 Sykes Cottages Assessed Cottage
£347-860 per week
8.9km (5.5 miles) away, sleeps 4
3 Visit England Assessed
£100+ per night
10.6km (6.6 miles) away
4

9.9km (6.1 miles) away

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