Walk up Skiddaw via Sale How and the Jenkin Hill Path
Walk up Skiddaw from Keswick.This walk includes the 3 Wainwrights of Skiddaw, Skiddaw Little Man, BakestallThis walk includes the 2 Hewitts of Skiddaw, Skiddaw Little ManThis walk includes the 3 Nuttalls of Skiddaw, Skiddaw Little Man, Sale How
|21.19 km||959 m||7 hours|
Calculate the time using Naismith’s Rule and factor in your own pace.
Start and Finish: Keswick
All the facilities needed will be in Keswick. See our Best the Walks from Keswick article for more information.
Some navigational issues in mist on the ascent over the moors.
See our Best the Walks from Keswick article for more information on how to get to Keswick.Traveline for UK Public Transport
Parking and Post Code for Sat Nav (where applicable):
In Keswick or park at the car park at Gale Road to cut out around 5km and a few 100m ascent from the walk.
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Walk up Skiddaw via Sale How and the Jenkin Hill Path Route Map and GPX Download
Summits and Places on this Route
Walk up Skiddaw via Sale How and the Jenkin Hill Path Details
This walking route up Skiddaw starts from the centre of Keswick. It’s a meandering route up Glenderaterra Beck along the Cumbrian Way, passing the remote Youth Hostel at Skiddaw House before ascending the minor top of Sale How en route to Skiddaw’s summit, one of the few Munros Furth of Scotland. Staying at the hostel and ascending from there makes a proper weekend out of the walk.
This route descends Skiddaw via Jenkin Hill, the popular and easier ascent up Skiddaw from Keswick. Details of that direct route can be found here.
Click here to view the full description and download the route in a new window (external site).
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