Red Pike

Pictured By – KA Red Pike at 826 meters is a fell in the High Style range of mountains in the English Lake District, Cumbria. Many chose a direct ascent from  Buttermere and thereafter taking the ridge walk from Red Pike to Haystacks which is reputably one of the finest walks with excellent views of…

Red Screes

Pictured By – Mark J Red Screes at 776 is a fell in the English Lake District, Cumbria situated between the villages of Patterdale and Ambleside. It may be considered an outlier of the Fairfield group in the Eastern Fells, but it is separated from its neighbours by some low cols. The summit is marked…

Old Man Of Coniston

Pictured By – Slippymark Old Man of Coniston at 803 meters is a fell in the Furness Fells in the English Lake District, Cumbria. It lies to the west of the village of Coniston and Coniston Water where Dopnald Cambell made his fatal 1967 attempt at the World Water Speed record in his boat Bluebird.…

Kirk Fell

Pictured By – Mitt Doot Kirk Fell at 802 meters is a fell in the Western part of the English Lake District, Cumbria. It is situated between Great Gable and Pillar on the long circular group of fells surrounding the valley of Ennerdale, and also stands over Wasdale to the south. The views from the…

Helvellyn

Pictured By – Steve Mi Helvellyn at 950m is a mountain in the English Lake District National  Park, Cumria, Engalnd, the highest point of the Helvellyn range, a north-south line of mountains to the north of Ambleside, between the lakes of Thirlmere and Ullswater. By far the most exciting route to the summit is from…

High Street

Pictured By – Mick Knapton High Street at 828 meters is a fell in the English Lake District, Cumbria with its summit being the highest point in the far eastern part of the National Park. The fell is named after the 2000 year old Roman road which runs over the summit to link the Roman…

Hart Crag

Pictured By – Shanesykes Hart Crag at 822 meters is a fell in the English Lake District, Cumbria being one of the Fairfield group of hills in the Eastern Fells. It forms the center of three ridges meeting which also share three valleys. Despite forming a part of the headwall in each case, the fell…

Grasmoor

Pictured By – Ann Bowker Grasmoor at 852 meters is a mountain in the north-western part of the English Lake District, Cumbria and is the highest peak in a group of hills between the villages of Lorton, Braithwaite and Buttermere. The mountain is distinguished by its steep western flank, dropping dramatically to Crummock Water nestling…

Great End

Pictured By -Ann bowker Great End is the northern end of the Scafell range, in the Lake District National Park, Cumbria, England. At 910 meters high, Great End is not that much smaller than Scafell Pike itself. Situated at the most northerly mountain in the Scafell massif a group that includes the Pike, and Broad…

Great Gable

Great Gable at 899 meters is a mountain lying at the very heart of the English Lake District, Cumbria appearing as a pyramid shape when viewed from Wasdale but from most other directions appears as a dome. Many seasoned walkers consider Great Gable as one of the best mountains and is possibly the most painted…