The Far Eastern Fells

If it sits to the east of the Kirkstone Pass road, then it's in the Far Eastern Fells.

Around Ullswater and more, this is a quiet area of Lakeland but one well worth exploring.

Wainwright bag count: 10 out of 36

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Read the stories of each walk I did where Wainwrights were bagged

A meander along the Coast to Coast

Seven fells that all sit along the Coast to Coast route out of Patterdale.

Around Loadpot Hill

Four fells at the northern end of the Far Eastern Fells.

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Want to plunge in and just read about a particular fell? This is the section to look at.

The Knott

Published 15 October 2017

A lovely fell thoroughly ignored by most of the people walking past it.

The Nab

Published 4 October 2017

Winner of the “Most Awkward Wainwright in the Far Eastern Fells” award.

Rest Dodd

Published 27 September 2017

An easy to find fell, when following the main route of the Coast to Coast. But sneaks up on you if you’ve made a wrong turn.

Angletarn Pikes

Published 20 September 2017

A fell where you can get a grand view of Angle Tarn. When there’s no cloud, anyway.

Wether Hill

Published 13 September 2017

Nearby neighbour of Loadpot Hill, and just as attractive in the rain.

Loadpot Hill

Published 6 September 2017

The 17th highest in the Far Eastern fells. Yes, that’s how exciting it is.

Bonscale Pike

Published 30 August 2017

The fell with two towers to welcome you. Assuming you go up the right path that is.

Arthur’s Pike

Published 23 August 2017

A stone circle, and a Roman Road are passed on the way to a fell perhaps named after a king?

Kidsty Pike

Published 11 November 2011

The highest point on Wainwright’s Coast to Coast.

Wansfell

Published 7 November 2011

Fell runners do it in about twenty minutes.