Grasmoor is a mountain in the north-western part of the Lake District, northern England. It is the highest peak in a group of hills between the villages of Lorton, Braithwaite and Buttermere, and overlooks Crummock Water.
Grasmoor is distinguished by its steep western flank, dropping dramatically to Crummock Water. This face is however not suitable for rock climbers as there is little clean rock, although Alfred Wainwright describes a challenging route up the face in his Pictorial Guides to the Lakeland Fells. To the east the fell is linked to others by Crag Hill and Coledale Hause. Grasmoor is also home to the most extensive scree slopes in the North Western Fells.
There's a trail leading to the summit.
By elevation Grasmoor is
# 29 out of 12948 in the England Hills # 27 out of 864 in Lake District National Park # 29 out of 13057 in England # 29 out of 1704 in Cumbria # 27 out of 838 in The English Lake District WHS
By prominence Grasmoor is
# 7 out of 12948 in the England Hills # 4 out of 864 in Lake District National Park # 7 out of 13057 in England # 5 out of 1704 in Cumbria # 4 out of 838 in The English Lake District WHS
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