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Bleaberry Fell

Grid Reference: NY 28565 19574
Height: 590 metres/1936 feet

"Bleaberry Fell is a superb viewpoint, ideally situated for a long and lazy contemplation of a beautiful panorama."
A Wainwright

The northernmost summit on the long ridge stretching from the Langdale Pikes in the south over High Raise and Ullscarf.

The summit shelter is a wonderful viewpoint over Skiddaw and Blencathra to the north and east to the Helvellyn ridge.

The best approach to the summit is via Walla Crag to the north west where a good path climbs by Brown Knotts to the summit.


  1. The summit of Bleaberry Fell

    Bleaberry Fell & Walla Crag: Private Guiding


    A few steep climbs but no exposure, some of the most iconic views of the Lake District including Ashness Bridge and Walla Crag

    Distance: 10km / 6 miles
    Ascent: 700m / 2300ft
    Duration: 5 hours
    Maximum Group Ratio: 10:1
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  2. Sunset over Walla Crag

    Grasmere to Keswick: Private Guiding


    Gentle walking on good paths, boggy underfoot at times but great views all around

    Distance: 23km / 13 miles
    Ascent: 950m / 3000ft
    Duration: 8 hours
    Maximum Group Ratio: 10:1
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