Grisedale Pike is a fell in the Lake District, Cumbria, England situated 4.5 miles (7.2 km) west of the town of Keswick in the north-western sector of the national park. At a height of 791 m (2593 feet) it is the 40th-highest Wainwright in the Lake District; it also qualifies as a Hewitt, Marilyn and Nuttall. Grisedale Pike presents a striking appearance when viewed from the east, particularly from the vicinity of Keswick. It possesses two subsidiary summits: one unnamed (usually referred to as 'subsidiary summit', situated above Hobcarton Crag); the other Hobcarton End.
There's a trail leading to the summit.
By elevation Grisedale Pike is
# 68 out of 12948 in the England Hills # 62 out of 864 in Lake District National Park # 68 out of 13057 in England # 67 out of 1704 in Cumbria # 62 out of 838 in The English Lake District WHS
By prominence Grisedale Pike is
# 99 out of 12948 in the England Hills # 29 out of 864 in Lake District National Park # 99 out of 13057 in England # 41 out of 1704 in Cumbria # 29 out of 838 in The English Lake District WHS
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