Sykeside Camping

UK England North West England Cumbria Glenridding

  • Electrical hook-ups
  • Laundry
  • Campfires allowed
  • Dogs welcome
  • Short walk to pub
  • Good walks nearby
Panoramic mountain views and great hiking action right in the middle of the Lakes

Sykeside is one of those campsites that is all about the views. Situated in the midst and mists of the Lake District’s Dovedale valley and surrounded by the fells of Dove Crag, Hart Crag and Fairfield, it offers glorious mountain panoramas wherever you decide to pitch. Not only that, the Lakes themselves are enticingly close by, with unsung Brothers Water a short walk away and serpentine Ullswater four miles further away down the road.

Innumerable campers have been spilling into Sykeside’s friendly embrace for over 35 years now. The current owners have been running the place for more than a decade and know a thing or two about how to make things run efficiently. The valley campsite is hidden away down a private drive below the roadside Brotherswater Inn, and is fastidiously cared for, with neatly trimmed and well-nourished grass. If it sounds too manicured, one look up at the encircling fells puts everything into perspective. There’s still a reassuringly natural, outdoorsy vibe and, as tent pitches are unmarked, campers can choose their very own patch of grass on which to throw up their canvas when they arrive.

The best place to pitch is on the terrace on the left-hand side of the site. As it’s higher up it gives better views and stays relatively dry all year round (it’s the only part of the site open to tents in the winter months), and as you can’t take cars up the bank it’s often quieter there in summer (a word of warning, though: it’s very occasionally reserved for the use of a school group.) Otherwise, you’ll be able to park where you pitch – though after heavy rain they prefer to keep cars off the grass.

There’s a wider-than-usual range of facilities, though the showers are shared with walkers, small groups and families using the on-site bunkhouse. There’s a well-stocked shop at reception and – best of all – the campsite Barn End Bar (weekends and school holidays only). When the bar’s not open you only have to walk up the drive to the Brotherswater Inn, a quintessential Lake District pub that offers decent grub, draught beer and B&B accommodation for any non-tenters. Energetic kids get the use 
of an entire spare field (except during lambing season), allowing plenty of space for running around and football games.

There are excellent hiking routes starting straight from the site, from easy strolls around Brotherswater – which is a relatively small and unknown lake, yet a favourite of Dorothy Wordsworth, no less – to more challenging ascents up the likes of Fairfield, Helvellyn and High Street. It’s also easy to pick up the Fairfield Horseshoe ridge walk, ramble to Priest’s Hole cave, or amble all the way to Ambleside. The road outside the site, meanwhile, goes in two directions – three miles up, to the top of Kirkstone Pass (where you can enjoy a pint or an afternoon tea at the agreeable inn there), or three miles down, to the lake at Ullswater. Here, you’ll be able to catch a steamer from Glenridding to Howtown or Pooley Bridge, and then stroll back along the lakeshore – secure in the knowledge that, most weekends at least, you can recuperate later with your very own onsite, 100-yard pub crawl, from the Barn End Bar to the Brotherswater Inn.



Toilet (6 women's, 4 men's) and shower (5 women's, 6 men's) facilities are clean and heated but shared with the bunkhouse. Shaving sockets and power points are available in the shower block. There’s also a laundry room (washing machines £4, dryers £1.50), dishwashing area (with freezer for ice packs) and a shop at reception (open daily in summer; on request in winter) selling groceries and camping gear. As well as the Brotherswater Inn (open daily, except Christmas Day), the cosy Barn End bar is open at weekends (Easter–Oct) for drinks in the evening. Play facilities for kids are limited to an empty field. Off-ground BBQs are fine. Campfires permitted up until 11pm in an appropriate container (fire pit or similar).

Suitable For

Tents, campervans, caravans, motorhomes and dogs – yes. Groups of more than 6 adults (D of E excepted) Groups without a parent or a guardian over age 18 – no.
Please note: You can only book tent pitches via Cool Camping. Campervans, motorhomes and caravans must book directly with Sykeside via or on 017684 82239 


Boat trips with Ullswater Steamers (01768 482229) from Glenridding (a 10-minute drive) are available all year round – leave your car at the pier car park for a day cruising and walking round the lake. Staying at Sykeside also gives you the opportunity to explore the lesser-visited eastern side of the Lakes. It’s a 16-mile, 30-minute drive, for example, to the magnificent Lowther Castle and Gardens (01931 712192), Britain’s largest castle and garden restoration project which lies just south of the enjoyable market town of Penrith (market day is Tuesday).

Food & Drink

The on-site Brotherswater Inn serves generous portions of hearty pub grub. Otherwise, the main local destination for eating and drinking is Ambleside, 7 miles away, up and over Kirkstone Pass, where there’s the excellent Zefirellis (015394 33845), an Italian veggie pizza and pasta place with its own cinema and jazz bar. Head the other way, to Penrith, and you can drive to The Gate Inn at Yanwath (01768 862386), a renowned gastro-pub showcasing the best in Cumbrian cuisine and beer.


All year except Christmas Day.

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The Owner Says

In the heart of the Dovedale Valley, surrounded by Dove Crag, Hart Crag and Fairfield with Brotherswater nearby, Sykeside is an inspiring location for Lake District camping, offering stunning views wherever you pitch.

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Space for 80 tents, 19 motorhomes (with hook-ups) and 5 caravans (on a separate site).

Standard Grass Tent Pitch

Grass pitch Sleeps 6 5 Available
Our standard pitch includes one adult with a tent and car. Tent pitches are suitable for tents only, not vans, campervans, motorhomes or caravans.

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Contact Sykeside Camping, Brotherswater, Hartsop, Penrith CA11 0NZ

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Getting There

From Windermere and the south, take the A592 towards the Kirkstone Pass and Ullswater – head over the pass and down the other side and you’ll see the Brotherswater Inn on the left (turn into the pub car park – then drive through for the campsite). Coming from the north and the A66, take the A592 towards Windermere and the Kirkstone Pass – pass Ullswater, drive through Glenridding and Patterdale, and the entrance to the campsite is about 2 miles beyond Patterdale, on the right-hand side of the road, just before the Brotherswater Inn. If you miss this entrance, turn into the pub car park and go on through to the site.

The nearest train station is Windermere (12 miles), from where you can pick up the Kirkstone Rambler (bus no. 508, runs at weekends from Easter until October, and every day during the school summer holidays), which runs right past the campsite.


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Rated ★★★★★ over 40 reviews


It was a breeeeze!

Our first camping trip away and we were blown away by how beautiful the site was. Not to mention the tent ending up on top of us both nights! 50mph winds didn't stop us having a wonderful time in the most wonderful place. Highly recommend - just make sure your tent is up against the wall in high winds.

Brilliant Experience

The campsite was delightful at a first glace and we thoroughly enjoyed setting up and settling in to the stunning valley. The showers and toilet facilities were just as you would want and the shop was perfect for all your camping needs. In particular the shop assistant (female sorry didn't catch her name) was delightful and always happy to help as well as having great conversations with us. We used this as a brilliant base and visited Ambleside, Keswick and Glenridding as well as climbing the peaks around Derwentwater. It was a great central base and we will definitely be visiting again in the future. Thank you for a wonderful stay.

Beautiful surroundings

Really well laid out campsite with everything you could possibly need - decent showers and facilities, a shop that sells stuff you may have forgotten and a pub as you drive in. Our plan had been to go up Helvellyn and do striding edge but unfortunately the weather had other plans for us. The footpaths from the campsite lead to some beautiful trails that we did instead.

Treated like school children

We arrived last Friday for 7 days. We have been here before but stricter rules were in place. The first night my younger brother and his wife were told they couldn't pitch up near us and had them over the road and a distance away. They could have been over the road from us. As a family it is the only time we get to see our sister and husband. There was a group of 4 adult males making such a noise at 1 in the morning that my sister in law went to ask them to be quite but they threatened her and our younger brother. This was reported by 7 other campers in the morning the outcome was they were reported to the police and removed off the site. To our shock they told my brother and wife to leave as well. Which shouldn't have happened. Every night we were asked to keep the noise down and extinguish the fire it was like been at school. We made no noise and checked our radio and sound by walking round our area and couldn't hear it. We are all older adults just wanting to chill out and relax but they were constantly patrolling and bothering us. We felt discriminated against we will never return again

Excellent site with good facilities

Had a good few nights here last week. Really nice views and staff are helpful, i would advise calling up and booking the pub if you want food there as the email address doesn't work and it does get busy. Good walks straight from the site and showers are always hot in the mens bathroom, watch out for the first one on the left though!!! Shop has nearly everything you might have forgotten and the prices for fresh food and drink aren't too bad either. Thanks.

Excellent location, facilities and staff

An excellent site in beautiful surroundings. Having the lake so close by is great and it's only a short walk around so great for a morning or evening stroll. We loved being able to go for a little swim at the end of the day. The food at the Brotherswater Inn is beautiful and the staff at the campsite and the pub are really friendly and helpful. The shop is very well stocked with anything you might need and all of the facilities are clean and well maintained.

Astonishing views all around!!

We are seasoned campers as a family and visited a few campsites over the years but I could confidentially say that Sykeside is one of of the best campsites that we visited so far! The views from the campsite are absolutely astonishing whether it's sunny or cloudy! Waking up every morning to the breathtaking views was super bonus for our holiday this time. Beautiful walk around Brotherswater and climbing the mountains behind the campsite were also good experience. The site is kept clean, enough shower cubicles and toilets, clean washing up area and even laundry can be done on site. - you need to buy tokens for the machine from the little shop on site. Being able to re-freez ice blocks for our cooler was very useful. We traveled a few places to hike including Helvellyn, Catbells, Aira Force and Buttermere which were only 40 mins to 1 hour drive away from the campsite and we had an amazing time. We are planning to visit here again next year and can't wait for another adventure around Lake District with the amazing veiws everyday!
Aug 29, 2021 by Jae Dickson Verified Review

Fabulous few days

The views from the camping pitches are second to none. The site itself was immaculate. The customer service was fabulous in both the shop and the pub! Although there is no mobile phone service, it’s nice to get a break from it. The shop stocked bathing you couple possibly need; camping equipment, food, drinks and a hot cuppa for a cold morning! We will certainly be returning!

Beautiful site for off grid camping

We have just returned from our second stay at Sykeside. It is in a beautiful position just next to the Kirkstone Pass surrounded by fells. Fab for people who want some peace and to be off grid for a few days. There are some great covid safe measures in place like the request to wear masks still in public areas which made us feel safe. Staff are lovely and couldn't be more helpful. We got some great low fly overs by the jets which was fab to see. Our only issue was that the toilets and showers were a little dated and busy at times meaning cool showers by the time we got in, and some other campers didn't leave the facilities clean after themselves. The site bins seem to get emptied once a week and on several occasions we had to litter pick the overflow from the bins near our pitch and take it to the bins near the reception area.
Aug 8, 2021 by MrsL Verified Review

Lovely site, clean, friendly and wonderfully located.

I liked the well stocked shop and friendly helpful staff. The site is beautifully located, with walks from the tent, and the possibility of swimming in Brotherswater. Reasonably easy to access by public transport, too.

Great spot for walking in this stunning location

It's a great campsite with excellent facilities and very understanding staff. Our booking was incorrect as we had a tent pitch and needed a camper pitch. Looks like the details on cool camping page have been updated to warn you. I don't think we were the first to make this mistake. Anyhow we got sorted thanks to the owner's help. There is not much on-grass parking so if you have a heavy setup you are best pitched near the perimeters of the camp fields. There are some lovely walks especially up to the waterfalls and the priest hole. Take note no water craft are allowed on Brotherswater so our paddle board remained packed up. Nearby Ullswater is OK with craft but it's a trip in the car away. If you have small children be aware the tenant farmer in the neighbouring farm pulls no punches with his reprimands for breaking the rules. The boys rode their bikes over the cattle grid. Massive NO NO! I get it there are rules and yes they made a mistake and apologised immediately but we were a little taken aback by his approach. He also accused them of stealing which we know was totally incorrect as they had been with us the entire day walking. Showers and toilets clean and functional. No queues in the morning for showers. Hot water was hot. Nice enclosed dog exercise area. Fires and wood burning stoves permitted which is an added bonus when the midges descend. All in all some quirks to navigate but a good site.

Good experience

We camped here in a tent in July 2021. Great views, variety of pitch locations available on the campsite (sheltered or less sheltered from wind and/or more morning sun), free good WiFi available, clean toilets and showers with hot water with good water pressure. Good COVID-19 measures although only 70% of campers seemed to follow them. Food available from the Brotherswater Inn on-site was good. On-site shop is well stocked with fresh and dry/tinned food, drinks, camping essentials, maps, etc. and all at reasonable prices considering the remote location. Children are allowed on-site but since fires and noise had to end at 11, it was easy to get to sleep. No phone signal on-site which wasn't a bother. Overall, we had a very good experience and would be happy to visit again.
Jul 18, 2021 by Alex Silcock Verified Review

Top Drawer Campsite!!

From the moment I arrived (on a solo camping trip), I was completely impressed by the stunning location and the warm friendly welcome from the staff. Everything was explained and made super easy, and the laid back style of the camp added to the relaxing and safe environment. Great amenities area with excellent showers, very clean loos and pot washing room. The shop is brilliant and was always fully stocked with groceries and camping essentials all at good prices. I’m definitely coming back here for a longer stay, it was so good. Highly recommended.


What a great camp in an amazing setting. Great location and great staff! Lucy who works everywhere on-site was just lovely and gave impeccable customer service with a smile with some great advice. The food in the pub was gorgeous. The shower block was perfect but could perhaps do with a bit of modernisation. The shop had everything you could need for your stay.
Jul 2, 2021 by Ray


What a great camp in an amazing setting. Great location and great staff! Lucy who works everywhere on-site was just lovely and gave impeccable customer service with a smile with some great advice. The food in the pub was gorgeous. The shower block was perfect but could perhaps do with a bit of modernisation. The shop had everything you could need for your stay.

Brilliant weekend.

Fantastic staff, friendly and helpful. The food was absolutely amazing.
Jun 29, 2021 by Dave Adams Verified Review

beautiful views and close to all the lakes

Everything we expected, nice grass but hard to get your pegs in and out as ground was very hard. Easy check in, clean and tidy site, quiet, friendly. The pub/restaurant was beautiful with amazing views and food, it was our favourite meal whilst on holiday! Would definitely come back again.

Gorgeous site

Excellent stay in a beautiful place! Staff doing a great job in difficult times! If you plan to eat at the pub book in advance! Tables inside go quickly and tables outside are first come first seated! Loved the sheep roaming the camping areas keeping it neat and tidy. Lovely walk round Brothers Water on the door step to work up a thirst!

Just Great!!!!

Great location, great site, great scenery, great facilities, great pub and great staff. Just great

Stunning scenery

Great location with beautiful surroundings. The shop has everything you need and the staff were friendly. Nice walks nearby and lots of sheep.
Jun 1, 2021 by Emma Verified Review

Wonderful site!

Absolutely loved our 4 night stay at skyeside. The facilities are clean and covid secure, the staff were brilliant and the campsite itself was beautiful. Such a great location for walking. There are many routes from the campsite and Helvellyn just a short drive away. Would highly recommend the pub for dinner and drinks, great food and service.
May 22, 2021 by Alice Lewis Verified Review

Fantastic first stay - we will be back!

This was your first stay at Sykeside and we loved every moment. The staff were great and really helpful. Shop on site has everything you need. Gorgeous setting and great location. We can’t wait to return.

Great views and location

I went backpack camping alone as a single woman and felt completely safe at Sykeside. I set up my site easily after checking in, and was able to wake up each morning to go on a hike and return to my tent untouched. Would recommend for solo campers as well as groups. I took the train the Penrith, the 508 bus from there, and arrived right outside Sykeside at Brotherswater Inn. I woke up each day and set off on the footpath that went one of two directions and saw rolling hills and beautiful lakes. Super convenient for not having a car.
May 15, 2021 by Hayley

Will definitely visit again

When arriving I was greeted by a very helpful lady at reception. Checking in was quick and easy. Lots of room to set up our tent and the ground was great (we’ve been to a few sites with rocky ground and ended up with lots of bent pegs!) The location is stunning and two from our group headed up to Priest’s Hole (took them about 3hrs there and back from the site). We took kids and had lots of space for them to run around. Mix of families, same sex groups and single campers. Didn’t have issues with anyone. Toilets were clean and Covid safe. Also worth mentioning the shop - the best campsite shop we’ve ever seen. Absolutely everything you’d need in there from bbqs, fresh meat, sandwiches, drinks, tinned food, camping equipment, toys, fire wood. Basically could’ve turned up with just a tent and bought everything else there ha! And everything cheap/reasonably priced. We visited Glenridding (10mins) the first day and rented a motorboat on Ullswater. Second day we went into Ambleside (20mins) for some food and shopping. Great location. We will definitely be back without the kids next time so we can do some serious walking there.

Great break away, I will be returning

I stayed there mid September with some nice weather. I managed to book the campsite online very easily and a few weeks before my stay. Arrival on campsite was very efficient. The main decision was where to pitch my tent; it had rained a lot the week before and the main area was a bit wet, but not boggy. The campsite was very good, safe, clean, and quiet. The measures in place to control Covid-19 where also very good and appropriate, it made the holiday feel better and safer. I enjoy hiking and photography, and the campsite is ideally placed for both of those. I only had to drive for one day and that was only to Glenridding - campsite to Helvellyn would be a long day otherwise. There is a footpath through the site which helps with getting out on to the fells. The sunset in the evening was lovely and the night skies were very clear. I didn't try the pub, but I did hear from other people that it is very good and the food is great, and busy. I did go in to the shop and it had a good amount of stock and normal prices. I will be looking to stay there again, most likely next Spring
Oct 3, 2020 by Lee Wyatt Verified Review

Wow! Can’t wait to come back!

Surrounded by panoramic stunning views, Sykeside is everything you need it to be! If it’s a base for walking or just for relaxing and unwinding, it’s whatever you need it to be. The people who run the site are super super friendly and helpful. The pub has great food, great service and great cider! All the Covid measures that need to be taken are in place and more, giving reassurance and adding to the sense that that they want you to have a great experience and stay safe doing whatever you choose to do. I am so happy to have found this site, I can’t wait to come back. Thanks to everyone at Sykeside, I had an amazing break and will be back!!

Amazing Campsite!

Surrounded by the most amazing views, this campsite is smack bang on the middle of stunning scenery whichever way you look. Everyone who works there couldn’t be more friendly and super super helpful. Great pub, great food and great service. Facilities were great and all Covid measures that can be taken, are in place and add to the feeling that they want you to have a great experience and stay safe at the same time. A great starting point for lots of walks for lots of different fitness levels. It inspired me to write 7 chapters of a new book. This place is exactly what you want it to be, if you want to hit the fells, they are on your doorstep! If it’s peace and quiet and to unwind, it’s that too. I’m sooo excited to have found this campsite and can’t wait to plan my next adventure there. Get ready Merv.

Great views, peaceful evenings, good food!

We stayed for five nights in a rainy August week! Site is really well spread out and fully Covid compliant - lots of thought has gone into safety and cleaning. A beautiful setting with rolling hills all around you. We did an amazing day-long walk directly from the site up Dove Crag. Shower and loo block is clean and heated which was a relief! Washing up facilities are also good. It has an excellently stocked shop on site and the staff were friendly and helpful. The Brotherswater pub serves delicious, if a little limited at present, food. This listing says children’s play is ‘limited’ to just a field but that was all my two small boys needed. They loved it!
Aug 30, 2020 by Anya Wood Verified Review

Great campsite

We stayed at Sykeside for 4 night in the middle of the week and really enjoyed our stay. All staff was very nice and all the covid precautions were taken into consideration. Lots of space to pitch your tent and it was very peaceful even in the evenings. Very nice walking routes close by and also a short distance from Windermere and Ambleside which we absolutely loved. The pub at the campsite was lovely and very cosy but the only downside they didn't have any vegan options. Might be because of covid though. All in all a great campsite would recommend.


What a lovely camp site staff very friendly. We enjoyed our stay very much. We will be going again soon with the family. Xxx
Jul 14, 2020 by Gemma Colley Verified Review


Perfect for camping, lots of room and beautiful scenery. There's showers and toilets kept really clean. Theres is a bar if you fancy a pint and if you need anything from milk to some gloves and camping gear you'll find it in the store which is reasonably priced. Sweet, can't go wrong
Sep 15, 2019 by Pawel Rodak Verified Review

Breathtaking location

The campsite is set in a beautiful valley not far from Ullswater. The staff are friendly, the showers cleaner than most and there's a good pub serving reasonably priced local food. You can go on a short walk to the small lake nearby (Brotherswater), just don't stray off the path or you'll have the angry farmer hollering at you!

Lovely site and now have 4g on EE.

Really quiet through the week, got busy on the Friday ready for the weekend rush. Don’t trust Apple maps when trying to find the place. Beautiful scenery, they let you have a fire raised off the ground and you can choose where you pitch. Great site, near to Glenridding as well. This is the 2nd time we’ve been and would definitely choose again. Decent size toilet block and wash up room attached, on site shop not too pricey either and sells a good range of camping equipment and essentials you may need.
Jul 7, 2019 by Mickey

Friendly staff amazing views

With wife and 6 year old son in tow, we hit the Lake District with relaxing fun in mind. We got just that, the near by Brothers Reservoir made for a lovely short walk with little legs and a great spot to paddle and throw stones in the water. On an evening my son and I looked for fallen dead wood to put on our little (raised) campfire. Roasting marshmallows and telling ghost stories it was like a scene from a corney TV programme about happy families. Nearby Aira falls made for a nice day trip tied in with a trip to Keswick. Location wise everything is a short drive away. Also a well stocked and surprisingly reasonably priced shop caters for all the bits you forgot to bring and some things you never intended to buy. Overall a beautiful, memorable trip, in the words of Arnold Schwarzenegger 'The worst thing I can be is the same as everybody else. I hate that' ;) Oh and yes 'I will be back'
Apr 22, 2019 by Whitwambam

Amazing location

I stayed here in early July and, even though the weather wasn't great, had a fantastic time. There's plenty of space and a footpath runs directly through the campsite. Even so, I managed to go off and get very lost in the nearest mountains but for walking the place really is fantastic. Immidate access to the hills and something special in every direction. The pub next to the campsite isn;t bad either!
Aug 2, 2016 by James Smith

Heaven On Earth.

Have been here plenty of times but, usually go in winter as it is cheaper. everyone should try Brotherswater it is scenically beautiful, the staff are great the pub is good, but, just the atmosphere of the location is wonderful. brilliant walks, it cannot be faulted.
Jul 17, 2016 by francis

Fantastic campsite

We had a lovely stay at Sykeside campsite. The location is beautiful and surrounded by amazing mountainous views. The facilities were great too, and the shop was very handy for bits and bobs. The staff are very friendly and helpful and keep you up to date with the weather report! I would recommend this site to anyone and will definitely stay again. 

Aug 19, 2015 by Amy

Easter Break

Enjoyed a fab Easter holidays week at Sykeside. A great spot surrounded by the fells and sheep. We definitely felt like we'd got away from it all. A friendly and safe site for our kids to play freely. Fantastic for real ale fans like us to have the Brotherswater Inn so close for lovely meals and beer too. Our only critism would be the showers, in a week we only managed one hot shower despite trying different times to beat the rush, it was a bit of a downer as we woke to a couple of hard frosts :(

May 15, 2014 by Lorna T

Lovely spot shame about the...

Lovely campsite, amazing location. We just had one night here with our two very young children. The facilities could do with updating and there is no bath for very small children. Unfortunately our stay was ruined by 3 drunk men who obviously thought they were the only people in the campsite. When I approached them at 2am in the morning to curb their language (politely) and speak quietly they turned nasty and threatening (I did not feel safe). The owners must ensure that they do not allow allow large groups of males in (although there were only three of them but made enough noise for about 20). I cannot understand such people. In North America the camping ethic is much better, you are quiet at 10pm until 8am and that is that!!!!!! What a shame as it is such a great spot. 

Aug 12, 2013 by Snowflake

My Absolute Favourite

Been going to Sykeside for many years, from when I was a child, I will always return... it is a great site and run by a great family team... great breakfasts at the Inn, if you get rained off some lovely and competitively priced bunkhouses, the views and on and on, run by a great family who have been doing this for many years.

Aug 4, 2013 by loosetooth

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