Situated in the banks of buttermere lake near to the English Lake District standing about 165 feet tall is the Whiteless Pike a natural fell. It looks perfectly pyramid shaped when viewed from Rannnadale. This place is a tiny peak summit with loose stones. This summit is made mostly of mudstone and siltston. Alfred Wainwrightin his celebrated guide to the Lakeland fells, called Whiteless Pike “the Weisshorn of Buttermere”. It is a beautiful spot too hike offering scenic views of the great gable and scafells. Despite the presense of sandstone there is no history of mining done here.