Haystacks (or Hay Stacks to OS maps)

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15/10/2009 at 16:42
Is anyone else a huge fan of Haystacks? I ascended it on Sunday from Gatesgarth and it was just the most amazing walk i have ever been on! amazing! what an extraordinary little fell. We even passed mr AW who lies in Innominate tarn. What a man he was! Overall a great day
02/11/2010 at 09:46

I am now.

My 7 year old and I walked up the same route in early October. She read Wainwrights guide for the route whilst we ate lunch at Innomminate tarn.

18/11/2010 at 18:47

Haystacks is a lovely little fell - I prefer to ascend from the lakeside and descend via Warnscale bottom.  Even though I've done that walk dozens of times, there's always some new delight.

Edited: 18/11/2010 at 18:48
06/07/2012 at 15:42


I went there earlier this year.  We started at Buttermere (lunch at the hotel) then went up Scale Force.  Epic ridge walk, much larger and more impressive than I anticipated.  We camped at Blackbeck Tarn. 

http://www.outdoorsmagic.com/members/images/46459/Gallery/DSC01952.JPG

06/07/2012 at 16:58

Snap top area to explore....

I loves the view from Blackbeck tarn when wildcamping there down to Buttermere water and Crummock when the sun is setting...


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06/07/2012 at 17:00

http://s4.outdoorsmagic.com/members/images/26824/gallery/wildcampimg_@_haystacks_27.05.2007_088_%28528_x_396%29.jpg?width=350&height=263&mode=max


as seen here taken by myself maround 2008


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06/07/2012 at 19:50
Lovely pic Dids.
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