|Little Dodd (Ennerdale)|
Birkett - The Western Fells
|Height: 590m (1936ft)|
|Prominence: 9m (30ft)|
|Times Summited: 01|
Little Dodd is a rounded grassy dome along the ridge linking Starling Dodd with Red Pike. The main path across the ridge misses the summit by a hundred metres or so, making this a rarely visited peak and with a prominence of only 9m it probablt goes unnoticed too.
Marking the highest point is an unusual cairn made of stone and twisted metal which seems to be popular in this corner of the Lake District.
|The metal and stone cairn on the summit of Little Dodd. Behind is Starling Dodd.|
|The summit of Little Dodd looking towards Red Pike and High Stile.|
|The view to Grasmoor.|
|Little Dodd is the grassy dome just off centre right.|
|Little Dodd is the grassy dome just infront of Starling Dodd (Centre Left).|
|15th October 2015||Buttermere - Scale Bridge - Scales - Scale Force - Scale Beck - Lingcomb Edge - Little Dodd (590m/1936ft) - Starling Dodd (633m/2077ft) - Comb Crags - High Crag (744m/2441ft) - High Stile East Top (807m/2648ft) - High Stile West Top (806m/2644ft) - Chapel Crags - Red Pike (755m/2477ft) - The Saddle - Dodd (641m/2103ft) - Bleaberry Tarn - Old Burtness - Buttermere|