Angle Tarn and Rest Dodd

A steady climb up to Angle Tarn from Hartsop via Boredale Hause followed by a stroll along a ridge with great views over to Helvellyn then up to Rest Dodd dropping down to Hayeswater and back to the car park.

Technical sheet
No. 2205420
A Patterdale walk posted on 20/06/19 by Aurelie-21. Update : 06/08/19
Calculated time Calculated time: 4h15[?]
Distance Distance : 10.34km
Vertical gain Vertical gain : 558m
Vertical drop Vertical drop : 551m
Highest point Highest point : 688m
Lowest point Lowest point : 159m
Average Difficulty : Average
Back to starting point Back to starting point : Yes
Walking Walking
Area Area : Lake District
Location Location : Patterdale
Starting point Starting point : N 54.508783° / W 2.912611°
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Hayeswater Angle Tarn

Description

Grid ref. of the car park is NY 41004 13003 and the nearest postcode is CA11 0NY.

(D/A) Start walking toward Kirkstone Pass and turn right in Cross Gate, just before the house at the end of the road.

(1) When the path split and you have some trees on your left and Dubbow Crag on your right, go slightly right on the path that starts climbing. At the top of the hill, when the path splits, take the first one on the right and follow the Coast to Coast Walk path. Later, between Stony Rigg and Angletarn Pikes, the path will split again. To stay on the Coast to Coast Walk, take the path on your left. You are now approaching Angle Tarn.

(2) When Satura Crag is on your left and the path split, leave the Coast to Coast Walk path by using the path on your left. This way will lead you to Rest Rodd summit.

(3) From the summit, walk down the hill straight forward to the join the Coast to Coast Walk path again next to Sulphury Gill. Keep going down with Sulphury Gill on your right until you reach a bridge crossing Hayeswater Gill.

(4) Cross the bridge, walk along Hayeswater Gill which is on your right. Later, cross a second bridge to arrive on the other side of Hayerwater Gill. Keep following this path until you reach the car park (D/A)

Waypoints :
D/A : km 0 - alt. km 0 - Car park
1 : km 2.03 - alt. km 2.03
2 : km 6.14 - alt. km 6.14
3 : km 7.13 - alt. km 7.13 - Rest Rodd summit - Rest Rodd
4 : km 8.54 - alt. km 8.54 - Bridge across Hayeswater Gill - Bridge across Hayeswater Gill
D/A : km 10.34 - alt. km 10.34 - Car park

Useful Information

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Opinions and comments

Average

Global average : 4.83/5
Number of opinions : 2
Description quality : 5/5
Routemap quality : 5/5
Walk interest : 4.5/5


Walker
on Mon 14 Oct 2019 10:23:36 CEST

Global average : 4.67 / 5

Date of walk : 14/10/19
Description quality : Very good
Routemap quality : Very good
Walk interest : Good

Really enjoyable walk with nice views on the higher parts


Walker
on Mon 09 Sep 2019 17:29:24 CEST

Global average : 5 / 5

Date of walk : 09/09/19
Description quality : Very good
Routemap quality : Very good
Walk interest : Very good

Excellent walk, stunning scenery. Nice steady climb not tiring at all. The tarn was gorgeous when you got up there. One of my fav walks so far. Will be going back.

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