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Grid Reference: NY 29157 12172
Height: 726 metres/2382 feet

"The panorama is as comprehensive as one might expect from a fell right in the centre of things. It is a beautiful view too, especially to the west and north."
A Wainwright

Possibly the most central of the Lakeland Fells (High Raise and Armboth Fell both could argue to be the 'central' fell of the Lake District) Ullscarf has suitably spectacular views over most of the Lake District.

The lower slope on the eastern and western flanks of the ridge are wild and rocky before rising to the gentle grassy summit. Particularly good routes include the north western ridge over Coldbarrow Fell and the eastern shoulder above Wythburn and Nab Crags.


  1. The summit of High Raise

    High Raise from Borrowdale


    Distance: 15km / 9 miles
    Ascent: 1280m / 4200ft
    Duration: 7 hours
    Maximum Group Ratio: 10:1

    A long day with plenty of ascent, often not on well defined paths but with wonderful scenery throughout

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