Steel Knotts

Also known as:Pikeawassa - Steel Knotts
Area:Lake District - Far Eastern Fells
County:Westmorland and Furness
Classification:Wainwright and Birkett
(also Fellranger, Synge, and Tump)
Height:432m (with a drop of 51m)
Maps:OL5(S) Explorer or 90 Landranger
Grid Ref:NY440181         Hills nearby: 5km 10km 20km
Summit:rock outcrop - photos
Daylight:dawn 03:51, sunrise 04:43, sunset 21:34, dusk 22:26
External links:Wikipedia

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Steel End rising to Pikeawassa
Steel End rising to Pikeawassa

The summit of Steel Knotts is a rock tor with the wonderful name of Pikeawassa. Wainwright said that as a result Steel Knotts "may well claim to have the sharpest summit in Lakeland as [Pikeawassa] is so acute that only very agile walkers will be able to stand upon it".

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Other walkers registered on our site who have already walked up this hill include: 3mz0, @woody (twice), adgl, AGJ64, ahampson, Alan0409, albee23, Amandaj, Andrew McKillop, Andrewc1980, Andy67, anne mariecb, atessa, awall, bally6872,, beth, Biscuits17, Bogtrotters, Boss_keloid, CAnderson3, CaptainScarlett, CarlandHay, Carolwildbird, Carvetti, CEW, charlottegetsaround, chloealina, Chrisajones, chrisfry35 (x5), CodyJ, Cowles, daleheadged, DANE2766, Daniel Pearson, Danrobinson, darrendixon, Darrenh, Dave Martin, davew, Davidohara, Daz Graham, DJSibbald, drsylvester68, DukeNukem, DuncanG22, Econ, Elaineb, elainewoodhouse, elliemikeandotto (twice), Felltopper, fellwalker68, fizzerfox (twice), Floydian1, frizzwig, frothyraptor, gallowshill, GaryR, gbh, gdh200, Geaorgina Brough, gillabram, Gillian7660, gilly_3886, Ginty (x4), Glenosborne, Graywoodhouse, griff44, Hannahfw (twice), Harter hod carrier (x4), HayleyT, henrybuckets (twice), hhampson (twice), Homesick Scorrie, Hubbards, iggsypoo, Ivesylew, Jamieandmel, JamieL, Jandy (twice), jegger, JennyPeachey, Jimearl6 (twice), JJH94, JMCM, jodyd, john09cw,, Jojo777 (twice), JordWill, Jul3scorn3ll (x3), Kanianne, Karen.m.burns, KarenWAL4, Katherined (x3), kenzie, Kevreay1980, Kieranatt98, Lambo330, lludwinski, lucygordonxo, Luizawoods, Luly, Mandy1836, mariablky (twice), MarjWatson,, maxwalks, mbabester (twice), McLeish, Michaelholbrow,, Mikew92 (twice), mintcake, MmacD11, Mountain Zulu, Nathaniel Hillman, navdave (twice), NickiG, Nottspanther, Ozric, pah800, pandy, PDB1963, Petemoss (x17), peterb (twice), Peterfishwick, pwb999, racheljanemchugh, roro1978, Rudi2309, RuslandRambler, russellporter12, Samrust, ScoutScarShuffler, Serahol, shane1974,, SimonS, skiddawlittleboy, SophieWalker, spookyfish, springfishblue (x3), SteelFellLover, StevetheRover, Strangerclur, StuartL, superstardiver, Susanna (twice), Sylwia J Kociemba, ThinArthur, ThrowerBell, TonyRogerson, Toy poodle, Trevor123, Tricia15, Union1, vinmac, Wainy88, wak, walsh581, Wendy (twice),, wolfgangb, and yorkmunrobagger.

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

Photo by Elizabeth Oldham and is our copyright. For more information about this photo, including on copyright, see the photo's home page.

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