My Wainwrights - Book Two: The Far Eastern Fells

Book Two The Far Eastern Fells

The guide on the wall on the Roman Road, High Street

The Far Eastern Fells were the last of the seven areas of Wainwright's Lakeland which I started exploring, Now I can't get enough of this region - it is quiet and serene and as well as giving the full Lake District experience, the fringe fells almost offer a view of the heart of the National Park from the outside looking in.

Fell Walked How Often When
Angletarn PikesYesonceApril 2014
Arthur's PikeYesonceMay 2014
Beda FellNo--
Bonscale PikeYesonceMay 2014
Brock CragsYesonceApril 2014
Caudale MoorNo--
Gray CragNo--
Grey CragYesonceSept 2013
Hallin FellNo--
Harter FellNo--
Hartsop DoddNo--
High RaiseYesonceSept 2013
High StreetYesonceSept 2013
Ill BellNo--
Kentmere PikeNo--
Kidsty PikeYesonceSept 2013
Loadpot HillYesonceMay 2014
Mardale Ill BellNo--
Place FellNo--
Rampsgill HeadYesonceSept 2013
Rest DoddYesonceApril 2014
Selside PikeNo--
Shipman KnottsNo--
Sour HowesNo--
Steel KnottsYesonceMay 2014
Tarn CragNo--
The KnottYesonceSept 2013
The NabNo--
Thornthwaite CragYesonceSept 2013
Troutbeck TongueNo--
WansfellYestwiceJune 2010
Dec 2013
Wether HillNo--