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Cicerone Guide: The Western Fells

Walking / Outdoor Guide Out of Print
By: Mark Richards(Author)
349 pages, colour photos, colour maps
Publisher: Cicerone Press
Cicerone Guide: The Western Fells
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  • Cicerone Guide: The Western Fells ISBN: 9781852845445 Paperback Jun 2011 Usually dispatched within 48 hours #192888
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The Western Fells sit within the triangle of Great Gable, Wasdale and Buttermere, defined by the high ground between the rivers Irt and Cocker. Among their number are fells of high fellwalking ambition such as Pillar, High Stile and Haystacks and they shelter wild dales such as Ennerdale and the beautiful lakes of Loweswater and Buttermere.

Each fell has its own dedicated chapter, and the variety of routes on the fell are carefully depicted on HARVEY maps and fellscape diagrams. The scenic qualities of the landscape are illustrated by colour photographs and detailed summit panoramas that help to underpin the reader's appreciation of these magical mountains.

In this guide author Mark Richards combines a personal, artistic touch with all the information the walker needs to explore and enjoy the Western Fells of the English Lake District.


From fireside to fellside
This guide
Fix the Fells
Fell review
Starting points

1 Base Brown 646m, 2119ft
2 Blake Fell 573m, 1880ft
3 Brandreth 715m, 2346ft
4 Buckbarrow 430m, 1410ft
5 Caw Fell 697m, 2287ft
6 Crag Fell 523m, 1716ft
7 Fellbarrow 416m, 1365ft
8 Fleetwith Pike 648m, 2126ft
9 Gavel Fell 526m, 1726ft
10 Great Borne 616m, 2021ft
11 Great Gable 899m, 2949ft
12 Green Gable 801m, 2628ft
13 Grey Knotts 697m, 2287ft
14 Grike 488m, 1601ft
15 Haycock 798m, 2618ft
16 Haystacks 598m, 1962ft
17 Hen Comb 509m, 1670ft
18 High Crag 744m, 2440ft
19 High Stile 807m, 2648ft
20 Iron Crag 640m, 2100ft
21 Kirk Fell 802m, 2631ft
22 Knock Murton 447m, 1467ft
23 Lank Rigg 541m, 1775ft
24 Low Fell 423m, 1388ft
25 Mellbreak 512m, 1680ft
26 Middle Fell 585m, 1919ft
27 Pillar 892m, 2927ft
28 Red Pike - Buttermere 755m, 2477ft
29 Red Pike - Wasdale 828m, 2717ft
30 Scoat Fell 843m, 2766ft
31 Seatallan 693m, 2274ft
32 Starling Dodd 635m, 2083ft
33 Steeple 819m, 2687ft
34 Yewbarrow 628m, 2060ft


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Walking / Outdoor Guide Out of Print
By: Mark Richards(Author)
349 pages, colour photos, colour maps
Publisher: Cicerone Press
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