Whiteless Pike

Whiteless Pike (660 metres high/2,165 ft) is a fell in the north-western English Lake District. It stands immediately east of Crummock Water and forms a perfect pyramid shape when viewed from Rannerdale. In his celebrated guide to the Lakeland fells, Alfred Wainwright called it "the Weisshorn of Buttermere". There are good views of Great Gable and the Scafells from the summit.

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Rannerdale Knotts - Topography
... Whinlatter Pass and Newlands Pass, includes Whiteless Pike ... Water and then gradually descending eastwards over Crag Hill, Sail, Scar Crags and Causey Pike ... It sends out a subsidiary ridge to the south west, stepping down over Wandope and Whiteless Pike toward Buttermere village ...
Whiteless Pike - Ascents
... the obvious starting point, climbing on a good path up Whiteless Breast and onto the ridge ... course of Squat Beck to the elbow in the ridge between Rannerdale Knotts and Whiteless Pike ...

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