Scafell Pike

  • Scafell Pike
  • 978 m
  • Primary factor 912 m
  • Highest in England
  • Location: North 54:27, West 3:13
  • Climbed in 1975 and in 1996.


How to get there: This mountain is located in the Lake District in northern England. A good starting point is the nice village of Keswick. Drive south from Keswick to Seathwaite.
Route description: From Seathwaite a number of trails lead to the top. It is easy to make a good round trip hike following different trails on the climb and on the return. The trails are easy walks.
Comments: This is a popular hike and you are likely to see many other hikers on a summer day.