Gibson Knott

Overview
Height: 1,379 Feet - 420m
Grid Ref: NY 318 099
Area: Central
Ordnance Survey: OL7
Wainwright Guidebook: Three

Gibson Knott is the most elevated of the several sundry knobs and bumps that form the crest of the mile long ridge inking at its extremities Calf Crag and Helm Crag and dividing the valleys of Far Easedale and Greenburn.

 

Map and Photo Gallery

 

On route to Gibson Knott.

Gibson Knott summit cairn

 

There are 3 walks to choose from including Gibson Knott

Walking the Wainwrights in 30 Walks - Walk 1 A Greenburn Skyline

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16th January 2015
ASCENT: 3,150 Feet - 961 Meters
MILES: 11.2
WAINWRIGHTS: 5, Helm Crag - Gibson Knott - Calf Crag - Sergeant Man - Steel Fell
ROUTE: A591 - Butharlyp Howe - Easedale Road - Helm Crag - Gibson Knott - Calf Crag - Brownrigg Moss - Broadstone Head - Sergeant Man - Broadstone Head - Brownrigg Moss - Steel Fell Tarn - Steel Fell - Cotra Breast - Helm Side - Low Mill Bridge - Goody Bridge - Grasmere - A591
 

High Raise from Grasmere via Helm Crag

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7th January 2012
ASCENT: 2,800 Feet, 854 Meters
MILES: 9.6
WAINWRIGHTS: 5, Helm Crag, Gibson Knott, Calf Crag, High Raise, Sergeant Man
ROUTE: Grasmere – Easedale Road – Helm Crag – Gibson Knott – Calf Crag – Brownrigg Moss – Mere Beck – High Raise – Sergeant Man – Easedale Tarn – Easedale – Grasmere
 

The Greenburn Horseshoe

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25th August 2010
ASCENT: 2,456 Ft, 758 Mtrs
MILES: 8.5
WAINWRIGHTS: 4, Helm Crag, Gibson Knott, Calf Crag, Steel Fell
ROUTE:  
 

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