|Grid Reference:||NY 21876 20851|
|Height:||637 metres/2090 feet|
|"Deservedly this is a popular climb, with a heavy summer traffic, the route being quite charming, the views superlative, the finish a bit of real mountaineering, and the summit a place of distinctive character."|
The serrated summit ridge of Causey Pike is a prominent sight on the skyline from much of the Lake District, the steep flanks above the Newlands Valley are topped by a series of rocky summits, the highest of which being the easternmost top.
Causey Pike is often climbed as part of the Coledale Horseshoe, a fine high level horseshoe route from Braithwaite, although a good shorter circuit can be made from Stoneycroft, in the Newlands Valley, including the summits of Scar Crags, Outerside and Barrow.
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