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Bowfell

Bowfell



Grid Reference: NY 24470 06443
Height: 902 metres/2959 feet

"A favourite of all fellwalkers, Bowfell is a mountain that commands attention whenever it appears in view."
A Wainwright

Bowfell high above the Langdale Valley is ranked as the sixth highest mountain in the Lake District and is regarded by many as one of the best few!

The conical summit is easily visible from much of the Lake District and the rocky summit is as all should be. From the summit can be seen the best view of the Scafell range.

Several wonderful routes lead to the summit of Bowfell, particular favourites being the ridge along The Crinkle Crags and the route that climbs by the Great Slab almost directly to the summit.

  1. Descending from Scafell Pike

    24 Peak Challenge

    £175.00

    Difficulty:
    Exposure:
    Distance: 50km / 32 miles
    Ascent: 4000m / 13000ft
    Duration: 2 days
    Maximum Group Ratio: 10:1

    A very long walk over rough ground, a great very hard challenge event

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  2. Wastwater, a welcome sight at the end of day 3

    The Bob Graham 5 Day Challenge

    £299.00

    Difficulty:
    Exposure:
    Distance: 115km / 72 miles
    Ascent: 8200m / 27000ft
    Duration: 5 days
    Maximum Group Ratio: 10:1

    The infamous 42 peak circuit of the Lakes, we cover the route over 5 days

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