Four Stones Hill  
Date: 5th August 2020 Distance: 8.06km (5.01 Miles) Parking: Roadside at Naddle Gate
Start Location: Naddle Gate Ascent (m/ft): 361m (2284ft) Weather:

Raining, Windy

Time Started: 10:30 Highest Point: Four Stones Hill (415m/1362ft) Difficulty: Easy
Duration: 2 Hours 8 Minutes        
Route: Naddle Gate - Burnbanks - Haweswater - The Forces (Waterfalls) - Fordingdale Bottom - Standing Stones - Four Stones Hill (415m/1362ft) - Pinnacle Howe (383m/1257ft) - Naddle Gate


The beginning of the walk follows the legendary Coast to Coast path.

Haweswater Dam.

The path along Haweswater.

An information board highlighting places in the valley.

The Forces Waterfall.

Standing Stones close to Four Stones Hill summit. I assue at one point, there were four stones!

The summit of Four Stones Hill. The photo really doesn't show how windy it was - check out the video at the top!

The nearby ancient cairn, one of many on the fell.

The summit of Pinnacle Howe.