My Wainwrights - Book Three: The Central Fells

Book Three - The Central Fells

the guide on top of Grange Fell

Gradually I have started to make inroads into the area of the Central Fells. After the initial draw of fells in other regions, the Central Fells have started to come into their own for me, being a very diverse set of walking regions - the fells accessed from Keswick such as Walla Crag have a different feel to Ambleside's fell, Loughrigg, and with the Langdale Pikes there is yet another jewel in the Central Fells crown.

Fell Walked How Often When
Armboth FellNo--
Bleaberry FellYesonceJune 2010
Blea RiggNo--
Calf CragYesonceOctober 2013
Eagle CragNo--
Gibson KnottYesonceOctober 2013
Grange FellYesonceDecember 2013
Great CragYesonceMarch 2015
Harrison StickleYesonceOctober 2011
Helm CragYesonceOctober 2013
High RaiseNo--
High RiggYesonceOctober 2013
High SeatNo--
High ToveNo--
Loft CragYesonceOctober 2011
Loughrigg FellYestwiceJune 2009
Nov 2010
Pavey ArkNo--
Pike O' StickleYesonceOctober 2011
Raven CragNo--
Sergeant ManYes-
October 2013
Sergeant's CragNo--
Silver HowYesonceNov 2010
Steel FellNo--
Tarn CragNo--
Thunacar KnottNo--
UllscarfYesonceMay 2013
Walla CragYesoftenJune 2010