High Street Mountain (Cumbria) Reviews
Description:Located in the east of the Lake District, High Street is the 29th highest mountain in the Lake District at a height of ... more
Newest Review: ... along the main ridge is wide, messy and often water logged. This is not helped by the fact that the route is also popular with mountain bikers (nothing against mountain bikers, except for the fact they're a bit crazy!). The poor quality of the track, coupled with the fact that High Street is predominantly just a long, slow incline, means that once you are on High Street itself the walk ... more
Customer High Street Mountain (Cumbria) Reviews (1)
by - written on 16/11/09 (Very useful, 340 readings)
A region the size of the Lake District is bound to contain mountains of many kinds. There are the fun, rocky dwarves: the towering, cloud topped giants: and the long, hump backed ridges. High Street belongs to the last of these groups, and is a true colossus of a hill - but does the experience really match up to its promise? Location High Street can be found in the far eastern region of the English Lake District, in the bundle of mountains between Ullswater and Haweswater. At 828 metres, it is the highest mountain of the eastern region, and mainly consists of a large, gently sloping ridge reaching up to the summit crest, Racecourse Hill. The bulk of ... Read the complete review
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