Lake District

Main Fells

The Helvellyn ridge and Fairfield Horseshoe


The High Steet ridge and Kentmere Horseshoe


The Langdale Pikes, the Central spine, Helm Crag and Loughrigg Fell


Including Scafell Pike, Scafell, Bowfell, Esk Pike, Crinkle Crags and Great End


Including the Coniston Fells and Black Combe


Including Skiddaw, Blencathra and the back o' skidda fells


Including the Grasmoor fells, Dale Head, Hindscarth, Robinson, Catbells, Lord's Seat and Barf


Including Great Gable, Pillar, Kirk Fell, Steeple, the High Stile ridge, Haystacks and the Loweswater fells


Including the Torver and Grisedale Fells and many of Wainwright's outlying fells


The listing of the Lake District fells is based on the Fell and Rock Climbing Club's (FRCC) 'The Lakeland Fells' published in 1996 (244 fells), A Wainwright's (AW) seven 'Pictorial Guides to the Lakeland Fells' published between 1955 and 1966 (214 fells) and Wainwright's book eight 'The Outlying Fells of Lakeland' published in 1974 (104 fells). However additional fells have been added, expanding the list.

I have divided the Lakes into nine sections. Each fell has its 'own' page which includes some basic statistics and photos. Each of my walks also links back to the fells climbed.

Heights in metres are taken from the OS 1:25,000 maps where a spot height is given, failing that spot heights from the OS 1:50,000 maps are used and as a last resort ring contours are used from the OS 1:25,000 maps. Heights in feet are the Wainwright guide book values unless they are significantly different (greater than 7ft difference) from a converted metre value in which case the converted value is used. If the Wainwright top is no longer the highest point on the fell then details of both are given.

North Pennines

Main Fells

Cross Fell, Great Dun Fell, Little Dun Fell, Knock Fell

Hartside (A686) to High Cup, west of the B6277 road


Mickle Fell, Little Fell, Murton Fell.

South of High Cup, west of the B6277 road


Cold Fell

North of Hartside (A686) and west of A689


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