Lake District Central Fell Walks

The Central Fells includes the following Wainwright Summits:

High Raise 762m
Harrison Stickle 736m
Sergeant Man 736m
Ullscarf 726m
Thunacar Knott 723m
Pike of Stickle 709m
Pavey Ark 700m
Loft Crag 680m
High Seat 608m
Bleaberry Fell 590m
Sergeant’s Crag 571m
Steel Fell 553m
Tarn Crag (Easedale) 549m
Blea Rigg 541m
Calf Crag 537m
Eagle Crag 525m
High Tove 515m
Armboth Fell 475m
Raven Crag 461m
Great Crag (Stonethwaite) 449m
Gibson Knott 420m
Grange Fell 416m
Helm Crag 405m
Silver How 395m
Walla Crag 379m
Loughrigg Fell 335m
High Rigg  357m

Best Walks From Bowness and Windermere in the Lake District

Best Walks From Grasmere

Grasmere is regarded as the Lake District’s most visited village, mainly thanks to it’s most famous resident who made it the location of his first family home from 1799 to 1808, poet laureate Williams Wordsworth. It is found at the centre of the Lakes and takes it’s name from the nearby lake Grasmere, it also …

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Loughrigg Fell from Ambleside

Loughrigg Fell Walk from Ambleside

Loughrigg Fell in the Lake District’s Central Fells is an easy fell walk that can be enjoyed from all directions. There’s a good approach up Loughrigg Fell from Grasmere and Rydal Water along the Loughrigg Terrace. You can also approach this popular Wainwright from Skelwith Bridge, usually via Loughrigg Tarn., or even Elterwater. The map below …

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A Great Langdale Round

A Great Langdale Round

The valley of Great Langdale in the Lake District has so many hills surrounding it that you’ll have to walk them all on the Great Langdale Round rather than having to choose! Not only do you get to bag a load of Wainwright summits, they’re split between the Wainwright Southern Fells and the Central Fells. …

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A Derwentwater Circular Walk

A Derwentwater Circular Walk

Dave Chick, from All the Gear, No Idea, shares his low level walking route around the Lake District’s Derwentwater. The walk around Derwentwater, also Derwent Water, is one of the best low level walks in the Lake District and one of the nation’s favourite walks. That’s no surprise, as the walk can be started from Keswick …

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High Raise and Ullscarf from Borrowdale

A fine fell walk over Ullscarf and High Raise, and fine views owing to their central location. The Route Click here to view the full description and download the route in a new window (external site).