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Our 10 year old son managed ok and described the walk as 'the best ever'. Trust me this is well worth doing but if your first time, as I said, try in good conditions only. That was one of the best walks I have ever done, also including Crib-y-Ddysgl and Yr Wyddfa summit, and then descending to Rhyd-Du. Anyway, it's always fantastic to have the mountain to yourself - Helvellyn can be a shopping mall at times. I like to give things a go but don't want to over-reach myself. Walk Ideas and Collections    No need to commit, you can just get a feel for what it's like to be on steeper ground. Not a place to be in winter without experience and suitable equipment. A. I've been across Striding Edge many times in just about every weather condition. Pick a clear day with no rain and you can always take the lower route or (and this advice goes for everybody) be prepared to say no and turn back. Famous Striding Edge, running east from Helvellyn, is an unforgettably exciting knife-sharp serrated ridge which requires some scrambling and claims a life a year, very exposed in places but not that dangerous in reasonable weather. Anyone attempting to walk along it must have a good head for heights and be sure footed. “Most of the accidents occur in winter, when Helvellyn becomes a full-blown mountaineering adventure.” Every year, mountain rescue volunteers are called out to dozens of accidents on this ridge and Swirral Edge, its neighbour to the north. The site contains details of the Lake District’s 214 Wainwright fells … Striding Edge (Helvellyn) Another classic grade one scramble, Striding Edge is the most dramatic way of reaching the summit of Helvellyn. Every time we did it the same way, from Glenridding to Helvellyn. With spine-tingling exposure on both sides and breathtaking views, Striding Edge is an exhilarating stretch that you will not forget. Well worth the challenge! If doing the Hellvelyn walk either from Glenridding or Patterdale, which is the easiest route... Are there routes sign posted or do you need a map. We went out onto to the rocky top of Striding Edge. Zoom in to see updated info. Hi, we've never done any technical climbing and we managed ok, even without poles. People off often wonder if the Helvellyn walk is dangerous, this is because Striding Edge can be dangerous. I'm 51. It was dryish but gusty so we mostly took the lower path - but this wasn't as straightforward as we thought it would be as there appeared to be a number of different routes to pick, each still only one slip from disaster, and we still had plenty of scrambling to do. However, about 10 meters down there is a passage that requires that you walk down a 45+ degree incline of wet rock about 1 foot from the edge with a several hundred meter drop if your feet slipped. A CAUTIONARY TALE: I had booked a guided walk along Striding Edge to Helvellyn in late-June 2014, but after reading about it and watching some unnerving looking YouTube videos and being knackered after climbing Scafell Pike the day before, I decided not to go. The 10 most recent questions about Mountains and Hills . Then, just as you think you have finished there is another step to scramble up - whilst this is a steep scramble it is relatively straightforward as there are plenty of hand/feet holds and you should aim for the peak...your instinct is to stay either one side or other but head for the top as there is a clear route once there. - is a thin and precarious knife-edge with steep drops on boths sides. His clothes were in shreds. Striding Edge is a Scandinavian style lodge, situated on White Cross Bay Park on the shores of Lake Windermere. The final ascent was easy and not scary at all. My son actually started down what looked like a 1-2 foot wide path down off the flat top of Helvellyn. ° How much it cost to download the 59 walks that climb all 214 Wainwrights? Get yourself used to exposure in increments. But would advise you to stay away in winter unless you are competent in using crampons and ice axe, and not a full shilling like me. Walks    The problem with striding edge is its popularity. The consequences of a slip going up the tourist path on Skiddaw are very different to a similar slip on Sharp Edge. Not only is there no obvious path around the step, at times you have to scramble around the side with some drops before you do the "chimney" which is a vertical chute that requires a degree of climbing skill (well that's what it felt like to us!). But then so you could be on any other mountain! On the third occasion I had an argument with the leader who lacked patience with people who were not as good as he was. Even the path down from Angle Tarn, a popular route, has made me twitch. The path disappears into the rocks at some points and you have to kind of make your own route through, some of which involves lowering yourself down through waist height crevices. For help see Help. I do not have a fear of heights i might add. In late April this year (2015) I achieved an ambition I'd nursed for 20 or 30 years, and climbed Helvellyn via Striding Edge/Swirral Edge, which I'd last done in a school party when I was 17, 54 years earlier! Most English mountains are relatively safe, but that’s one of the ones that isn’t. Regarding Helvellyn, I often go up Swirral and down Striding. We ascended back to Glenridding via the YHA/Greenside road path which was easy. Or rather, I am scared of falling from heights. Alongside the main ridge there is a path running parallel – a get out clause if things get too scary. Been wanting to do Striding Edge for ages and finally got to do it this Summer with my partner and must say we found it very unnerving and not at all enjoyable - until we were safely off it. Have done lots of ridges, Striding Edge [Helvellyn] in full winter via Swirral [Edge] is what i would call hard and dangerous as you are quite exposed and a slip would be fatal. Striding edge, probably the most infamous scramble in the British Isles. For me, the most difficult part of the climb was after the ridge, on the last drag up to the summit plateau; is that called the headwall? The route included walking along Striding Edge. Better a wasted days hiking than a wasted life! function myFunction() { Striding Edge is a particularly dangerous part of the Lake District, which has recorded an increasing number of fatalities in recent years: 13 in 2016, 20 in 2017 and eight in just the first four months of 2018. I also thought I was fit from a running habit, but my quads gave up a mile short of the car park. When we both walked this year, we ended up at Swirrals Edge which really did require some scrambling up rocks. Also, Catbells would be a good one - it's a low fell that has a ridge you follow all the way to the top, sometimes quite steep. I found the descent down to Swirral Edge more tricky. It was OK. 2 days ago I went along the very top and was fine. There are two descents, one is thin and "chimney like" and an easier set of platforms that can be descended with your "bum to the rock" sitting on places. See Help > FAQs - Logging On for details on how to enable cookies in your browser. How much it cost to download the 59 walks that climb all 214 Wainwrights? Striding edge should not be sniffed at and I imagine for experienced climbers/walkers is very doable but most definitely not for everyone. I felt that a walk that people describe as 'not that bad, really' was not something I wanted to do. It strikes fear into the hearts of even the most weathered fell walker and is not without it’s legends and tragedies. It can be as difficult or as easy as you like depending on the path you take - and you can drop down to an easier path at any time. A guide who knows the route can help keep you safe as well as sharing a host of useful tips with you. } It looked like one would have to walk off a cliff to do it. Your Stories    You get so many twats doing it in fancy dress for charity having never set foot on a hill before or you get your Julia Bradbury fucknuts who have a copy of a wainwright book and no idea. I reckon it's more satisfying this way round, and, as someone else said, it's definitely easier tackling the step on Striding Edge this way. The lodge is all ground floor and sleeps six people in three bedrooms - one double, one room with adult bunks and one twin with 2'6" beds. Yes, if you have a head for heights and are sure-footed you will enjoy the Edge as I was doing, but it is not the walk in the park that some make out. For those who have never walked Striding Edge - there are quite a few routes along - which you can choose from at any point along the way depending on how challenging you want it to be. If he had fallen to the left, that would almost certainly have been his lot, and he was very lucky not to have bounced over the path which ended his fall. I would say doing it in summer conditions is not a problem providing it is not wet or windy. Like another post above read; better to turn around and walk another day than to push on and not - or something like that :). Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team was called out on Sunday after a man fell more than 650ft from the ridge leading to England’s third highest mountain. Fell Facts    I am aware that Striding Edge is a very narrow knife edge though, and don`t want to put the dog, ourselves or anyone else in danger. There should be an entry requirements to get on some of the hills, there really should. I coped OK with the knife edge but did not like the descent between the edge and Helvellyn proper (I think this might be called Kilnshaw Chimney). Apart from that, I had a brilliant day. If you are in any doubt about whether it is for you or not - then don't let anyone talk you into it. This one was very enjoyable, and I was happier on this than on Kilnshaw chimney on Striding Edge (see my previous note). The tricky bit comes at the at the end of the ridge. The other one was Crib Goch on Snowdon in 1985. I didn't find Striding Edge intimidating at all, but then I've a reasonable head for heights. My two boys have climbed Ben Nevis, Snowdon and Scafell Pike via Mickeldore whilst aged 5 and 6/7 so the distance was never going to be a problem, this however was their first ridge walk and when we climbed the style at the hole we swapped sun caps for scooter helmets and after a quick weather assessment (still very fine) I asked the boys how they felt and offered them the chance to round Red Tarn and climb Catstycam instead and take in the views and save the ridge walk for a other day, the boys unanimously voted to take on Striding Edge and summit Helvellyn. I was going along fine when I heard a cry and turned to see one of our small group literally bouncing off rocks as he fell. I haven't done Striders Edge but my husband has. To contribute to go4awalk.com or to contact us about anything at all - see Talk To Us. At tough pull up the final stage before reaching the summit, weather still perfect, a fleece top was as far as we needed to go and we enjoyed lunch and drinks before heading down via Swirral, this was at time a little trickier for the boys made worse still by fatigue kicking in, my 7 year old took a small tumble and hit his knee and chin of rocks (plasters needed) but nothing serious. Any craggy bit would do, just make sure your hand and footholds are secure. Do not attempt it if the weather is bad at all, and in fact for the first time I'd suggest go when there are plenty of others about so you can see hopefully a few who have done it before and can keep you right. A. Do not attempt it if the weather is bad at all, and in fact for the first time I'd suggest go when there are plenty of others about so you can see hopefully a few who have done it before and can keep you right. Just a wimpy counter to the many "it's easy" viewpoints! Finally, try to go on a day when there aren't too many other people - a big part of why people get freaked out is feeling rushed by people behind. There are craggy bits along the ridge that you could have a little play on as you go. I have not been on the edge since 1981, but have walked over the Dodds to Helvellyn on 2 occasions since, in 1986 and 1988. We have a reasonable sense of heights but it is the exposure that might get you. A. Hi The traverse of the edge is relatively easy in normal conditions and can be made easier by following the path that exists alongside and lower than the main arête. It offers a little scramble down a ridge that links Helvellyn with Catstye Cam, and has great views over Red Tarn to Striding Edge. I am fit and flexible however I found myself trembling at the top and seriously wandering what i could do! Not a place to be if you have to contend with high wind, rain etc. Safe if you keep alert and take it really slowly. Practice two or three moves up, and then down again. Two advantages were (1) the day was dry and virtually windless, and (2) we had an excellent and very patient leader who kept everybody together and made us have rests if anyone tired. It was my first time on Helvellyn and I loved it! Get quick answers from Helvellyn staff and past visitors. A jelly-legged walker on Striding Edge too frightened to move is a danger to themselves and everyone else up there. Back to Striding Edge - for those, like us, who have not done it before then there is a lower route just off the ridge which requires care but is not difficult. Lots of answers here to help you decide whether you're personally up to Striding Edge or not. Then we walked the entire summit slope down past Dollywaggon, which gives you phenomenal views across to the West for a good hour. The first was Sharp Edge on Blencathra in 1972, in a howling gale. The top of Catstycam is a lovely spot to visit on your way up. But I really wanted to climb Helvellyn. I'd say go for it and just ensure the weather forecast is good. I take my hat off to the brave souls that can do either ridge from the top down with heavy packs and 50-60 mph wind gusts on a wet or icy day. Striding Edge Deaths & Injuries. A narrow trail along the summit of a mountain creates this trail, and one must practice perfect balance and coordination in order to navigate it, especially after wet weather. There are lower paths around the towers for those feeling a bit chicken, as we're afraid Walkopedia did. Have safe fun in the fells guys! Pick a day with no wind. We selected instead to take the long route down and hours later arrived at our destination. As one story here illustrates, if you fall, you'll usually have a lower path or rock to stop your fall. However, it can be dangerous and care is required. Be in no doubt, Striding Edge - see Walks. Care should be exercised when there is a high wind or ice as this is a very exposed ridge – a fall from here would be fatal. Grib Goch has a much higher sense of exposure, avoid it in high winds (grade 1) Have to agree with what Brandywell has already said! Since striding edge I have gone on to do bristly ridge which in parts I found far more difficult to climb. Perhaps it wasn't the most sensible thing to go alone, but I picked a Sunday, when there's always other climbers about, with light winds and a dry weather forecast. Personally I thoroughly enjoyed it, the weather was fine, I was with my two brothers and we all coped really well. We ascended via striding edge and descended Swirral. The most technically difficult section of Striding Edge is the scrambly descent known as ‘The Chimney’, which sneakily ambushes walkers just below Helvellyn’s summit. You have to watch your step! The kids had no difficulty at all. Bristley ridge is good on the Glyders as its not too long and gives you a good start to some of the more hairier ones such as Crib Goch [Snowdon] and Sharp Edge [Blencathra]. You can go right over the ridge on the top - or there are easier routes along the side. I was disappointed not to have been able to continue, but this experience shows that Striding Edge really is a dangerous place. Click here for the A - Z, Questions & Answers about Walking & Hiking, c220 Helvellyn via Striding Edge from Glenridding, c269 The Grisedale Horseshoe from Patterdale, c427 Helvellyn via Striding Edge from Patterdale. I was sweaty and short of breath. Depends on the weather, not sensible to attempt in bad weather if not experienced scramblers.. no equipment or prior experience necessary in good weather - just a sensible, slow and careful approach and you will need to use your hands on some sections (hence scrambling). Helvellyn is the third-highest point in England. Safe if you keep alert and take it really slowly. see all questions about Mountains and Hills, Can't find something? The first time in January 2013 (a mild winter, no ice, relentless drizzle) I took the path which is not along the very top (there is a "wimps way" but do not forget, you still have a big drop on one side of you!) Never underestimate any of them! Camping    We saw lots of people walking fine along Striders Edge. Good luck! We actually descended Sharp Edge, and I remember it was very tricky, but we all survived unscathed. A. GPS Waypoints for Walking    Then it was back to Park Foot for the boys to talk to their new found fiends about their adventure and injuries which had everyone's full attention :). This was our first time up Helvellyn. Have done lots of ridges, Striding Edge [Helvellyn] in full winter via Swirral [Edge] is what i would call hard and dangerous as you are quite exposed and a slip would be fatal. I have a pretty good head for heights, although I'm not a climber. var x = document.getElementById('password'); Do the descent via Esk Hause and Ruddy Gill and on the way down go over Great End - it's great exposed mountain scenery, check out the drop off down to Sprinkling Tarn! his legs were OK but oviously a head wound cannot be laughed off so our guide aborted the route and we went down the way we came to where the ambulance was waiting at Glenridding. Hi Christine. Let's be reaslustic, you'll be in injured! A video from my recent trip to the Lake District. My wife and I completed Striding Edge yesterday in near perfect conditions (a breadth of wind and good, sometimes excellent, visibility - we were not going to attempt it if windy and to echo other comments would not recommend anyone who is unsure from doing so if windy) It is certainly an exhilarating and challenging ascent of wonderful Hellvelyn with the return leg via Swirral Edge and then over Birkhouse Moor down to Lanty's Tarn an exceptional descent (apparently one of Wainwright's favourite 18 walks). A. In mid June of 2009, my son John and I tried to go down Striding Edge from Helvellyn, but failed. A. A. . Striding Edge isn’t particularly difficult or narrow, but it is exposed in parts and, particularly in strong crosswinds or in full winter conditions, can be dangerous – arguably though, the most dangerous part of the mountain is actually the short descent onto the start of Swirral Edge which, particularly in winter conditions, can be lethally slippery. Next: 8 Hikes That Are Easier Than Everest Base Camp But Still Challenging It took me just over 6 hours from Glenridding, up and back, about an hour longer than I thought it would. Low cloud prevented an air ambulance from landing, but a RAF Sea King … Helen. A. I only got into walking a couple of years ago as I'm pursuing my ML (Mountain Leader) qualification. Home    We are also responsible owners, and have him on … I think you've got the right idea in building up to it gradually. Find New Walking Friends    Map updates are paused. Competitions    My advice for anybody considering this fantastic ridge walk is simple, don't listen to the stories of doom and don't google "Striding Edge Falls", instead try and plan for a dry, clear day and don't be afraid of cancelling at the last minute or turning back, there is a nice circular option from the Hole in the Wall taking you close to Red Tarn with excellent views of both ridges and Helvellyn, you could always bag Catstycam (can't miss it, on the right as you look at Helvellyn from Red Tarn) which is impressive in itself. Free example walks, See/Show Password Product Reviews/Gear Tests    The hardest bit of the hike for me was the steep slog up towards the ridge. A. I've been hiking in the LakeDistrict for 5 years now. . All rights reserved. My answer to your question is, unless it is a very wet or windy day, Striding Edge is not really too scary but provides a great sense of achievement. You will be sitting, on all fours, moving one step at a time etc. A. Personally I would make sure that there are no dogs on the track either, they can add to your difficulty if they are loose. Cookies must be enabled for you to Log On successfully. Striding Edge is only rated as 0.5 scrambling grade, Sharp Edge is much shorter arete and can be slippery in wet conditions (grade 1). due to lack of visibility and wet conditions. The consequences of such a mistake are then dependent upon where you are, which is why some mountains are more dangerous than others. } else { It's quite steep and rocky and the route I was following became blocked with dirty snow so I tracked to the right and fortunately found a clear route to the top. With sharp edge - as long as you take your time and the rocks aren't wet/slippy or icy - then it's not really difficult. Copyright © 2000-2021 TMDH Limited. Walking Gear Guides    ° What is the best time to start the British 3 Peaks challenge, . Pack plenty of food and drinks and extra clothes and waterproofs, hats and gloves. For me I found it slightly disappointing as I would liked the edge to have been longer. So, is the Helvellyn climb dangerous to do? Let’s kick off with Striding Edge. Jialihua Guest House Hotels in Lake District. We're experienced hikers, but haven't done any technical climbing before. After looking at the pictures I phoned to ask if, as I was taking my dog with me, would it be suitable for a dog. There's one tip for this one: Don't look down. A. I have walked along Striding Edge 3 times, in August 1973, June 1974 and September 1981. . Photo Gallery    Add your answer to THIS question | Ask a NEW walking and hiking question, Return to the main list of Walking and Hiking Questions, Search for an existing Walking and Hiking Question or Answer, Home > Questions & Answers about Walking & Hiking. I have also been on two other "scary" edges. We then tried Swirrall Edge where we witnessed a group of teenagers walk down with seeming ease. Swirral was FAR easier but more exposed, the path is getting quite eroded in parts and I suspect that in a few years time it will be quite precarious in some places. We walked up Glenridding Common from the TIC car park area. A. I climbed up Helvellyn last summer. Striding Edge and Sharp Edge are two of the most notorious routes in the Lake District and, having completed both of them, I’ve been asked what the difference is between them, so here goes. The weather was literally perfect, sun was shining enough to require sun cream but there was a light cool breeze which didn't change much as we made the long slog to the Hole in the Wall powered by Capri-Sun and dairy milk. I wouldn't like to do this in the wet and fair play to those in the snow! I would also point out that the first time I did these ridges I was a little nervous as I was an inexperienced fell walker with only about 3 months walking under my belt, but once I got to the summit cairn all fear left me and have been doing the edges ever since. Just how scary is it? go4awalk.com and go4awalk.co.uk are registered trademarks of TMDH Limited. I was told to climb down backwards, but don't like this as I do not balance well. To close this message click anywhere outside this window, • Questions & Answers about Walking & Hiking. It is substantially more difficult in winter mist, snow and ice and should not be attempted under any circumstances without winter walking skills and all the appropriate equipment. I've seen kids under 10 doing striding edge. Do you have to be a dyed in the wool mountaineer with several munros under your belt, or can a competent but not vastly experienced walker do it? I'm not great with heights and all the pictures I've seen of this ridge look rather thin and precarious. And definitely pick good weather - the mountain will still be there next time if you don't make it this time! A man has died and another was seriously injured in two incidents on successive days on Striding Edge on Helvellyn. A. OK striding edge can b tricky but the best advice I can give is to concentrate on were u put your feet and stop walking when you want to have a look round.my friends love doing it but you need a decent day to many come to the lakes and ignore conditions. What is the best time to start the British 3 Peaks challenge. Something weird about me is that when the scrambling starts I get faster and start enjoying myself. That being said the views are spectacular and you have to do it! Talk to us    A. Q. I'm going to the lakes over Easter and I'm sure we'll be tackling some meaty walks. A. It’s a rocky ridge ranging from a metre in width down to half a meter at times. Both the dog and myself found it fairly easy although I was told I would have to climb down about 5 minutes from the end because he would not manage the "pillarbox". Try Scafell Pike from Seathwaite by Styhead and the corridor route. It was an unnerving but salutary reminder of just how dangerous Striding Edge could be. I was a little nervous at first (I did this walk last year with some very experienced walkers/climbers at a fast pace and found it pretty straightforward) as the responsibility I was carrying was huge, but they are confident boys and it was still early so we had plenty of time, I had lots of drinks and food and additional clothing in case the weather turned so my risk assessment was co plate and off we went. If you can, find someone who has done it before to go with - it's much better for your confidence if you've got someone who can talk you over the trickier bits. 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