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Cicerone Guide: The Central Fells

Walking / Outdoor Guide
By: Mark Richards(Author)
288 pages, colour photos, colour maps
Publisher: Cicerone Press
Cicerone Guide: The Central Fells
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The Helvellyn and Fairfield group forms a sustained high level north to south ridge division through the midriff of Lakeland. The character of the range lends itself supremely well to fellwalking. The purpose of this guide is to show the complement of walking routes on each fell.


From fireside to fellside
This guide Fix the Fells
Starting points

1 Armboth Fell 479m/1572ft
2 Bell Crags 558m/1831ft
3 Bleaberry Fell 589m/1932ft
4 Blea Rigg 556m/1824ft
5 Calf Crag 537m/1762ft
6 Eagle Crag 520m/1706ft
7 Gibson Knott 421m/1381ft
8 Grange Fell 416m/1365ft
9 Great Crag 452m/1483ft
10 Harrison Stickle 736m/2415ft
11 Helm Crag 405m/1329ft
12 High Raise 762m/2500ft
13 High Rigg 355m/1165ft
14 High Seat 608m/1995ft
15 High Tove 515m/1690ft
16 Loft Crag 692m/2270ft
17 Loughrigg Fell 335m/1099ft
18 Pavey Ark 697m/2287ft
19 Pike o'Stickle 708m/2323ft
20 Raven Crag 463m/1519ft
21 Sergeant Man 736m/2414ft
22 Sergeant's Crag 574m/1883ft
23 Silver How 395m/1296ft
24 Steel Fell 553m/1814ft
25 Tarn Crag 485m/1591ft
26 Thunacar Knott 723m/2372ft
27 Ullscarf 726m/2382ft
28 Walla Crag 379m/1243ft


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Mark Richards moved to Cumbria in the early 1990s. Here he developed a passion for the finest of all walking landscapes, held within and around this marvellous county. Mark is well known for his guides to the Peak District and Hadrian's Wall. He is a founder of the Hadrian's Wall Trust, a member of the Outdoor Writers and Photographers Guild, and has his own slot on BBC Radio Cumbria.

Walking / Outdoor Guide
By: Mark Richards(Author)
288 pages, colour photos, colour maps
Publisher: Cicerone Press
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