Stay at The Kellbank and walk Scafell Pike

Scafell Pike is the highest and the most prominent mountain in England, at an elevation of 978 metres above sea level. While Scafell Pike has several routes, most walkers will begin at Wasdale Head, to the North of Wast Water. Paths on Scafell Pike are marked on the Ordnance Survey Explorer OL6 Map.

Scafell Pike car park postcode for Wasdale Head is CA20 1EX, grid reference NY 182 074 park here to minimise the impact on the local community. From the National Trust Wasdale Campsite car park, follow the footpath ascending alongside Lingmell Gill, crossing the river after 500 metres and continuing to ascend towards Brown Tongue and Hollow Stones. The Wasdale Head route is six miles long, up and down, and includes 989 metres of ascent.

We recommend Walk Up, Walk Down Scafell Pike, Various Routes Wasdale Mountan Rescue Website Click Here

Scafell Pike Walk National Parks Website Click Here

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