Walks in the Lake District’s North Western Fells
About Walks in the Lake District’s North Western Fells
The Lake District’s North Western Fells are bound to the west by Crummock Water and Buttermere, the east by Bassenthwaite Lake and Derwent Water and the south by the Honnister Pass and Borrowdale. The highest point being Grasmoor at 852 metres, part of the classic Coledale Round. Other notable hills out of 29 Wainwrights include Grisedale Pike, Sail, Dale Head, Robinson, High Spy and Causey Pike.