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Part of the Lakeland Fellranger walking series, this guidebook covers 28 summits in the Central Fells of the Lake District with a wide range of ascents. Great fell days are to be had here between Great Langdale and Keswick, with fells such as Harrison Stickle, Silver How, High Rigg and Pike o'Stickle.
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The Central Fells of the Lake District stretch north from Grasmere to Keswick, and are caught between the blue ribbons of Thirlmere and Derwentwater. They form a swell of high ground and provide endless possibilities for a walker. There are fells of all varieties with cragged and rugged tops, wide sweeps of grass, heather and bracken and corrie lakes nestled in rocky hillsides. And this Lakeland Fellranger includes descriptions and routes for all 28 fells, in the very heart of the Lakes.
What sort of walking awaits? There's a peak for walkers of any ability, from the southern craggy rises of Loughrigg Fell and Silver How overlooking Grasmere and Elterwater to the northern fells of High Rigg and Bleaberry Fell with sweeping views over Keswick, Blencathra and Skiddaw. And it would be impossible to miss the Langdale Pike favourites of Harrison Stickle, Pavey Arc and Pike o'Stickle, with their ties to charming Lakeland villages like Chapel Stile, and the famed Old Dungeon Ghyll.
The Central Fells is part of the eight-volume Lakeland Fellranger series by Mark Richards. Fellrangers mix the perfect balance of inspiration and information as they provide a comprehensive guide to the fells of the English Lake District. In every book, a dedicated chapter covers each fell, with a variety of routes, both time-honoured and undiscovered depicted on Harvey maps. The author's own topos and summit panoramas, not to mention breathtaking photography, enhance the reader's journey, and make sure that any trip to the Central Fells with a Fellranger in hand is one to remember.
The Central Fells is just one guide of the eight-part Lakeland Fellranger series, covering a total of 227 fells. Where will you go next? To explore the Lakeland fells in full, check out the other guides on Cicerone's website: The North-Western Fells, The Northern Fells, The Mid-Western Fells, The Western Fells, The Southern Fells, The Near Eastern Fellsand The Far Eastern Fells.
A reader has pointed out that the panoramas for fell chapter 21, Sergeant Man, are incorrect. (The panoramas for the Silver How chapter have inadvertently been duplicated.)
The correct summit panoramas can be downloaded by clicking below:
|From fireside to fellside|
|Fix the Fells|
|1 Armboth Fell 479m/1572ft|
|2 Bell Crags 558m/1831ft|
|3 Bleaberry Fell 589m/1932ft|
|4 Blea Rigg 556m/1824ft|
|5 Calf Crag 537m/1762ft|
|6 Eagle Crag 520m/1706ft|
|7 Gibson Knott 421m/1381ft|
|8 Grange Fell 416m/1365ft|
|9 Great Crag 452m/1483ft|
|10 Harrison Stickle 736m/2415ft|
|11 Helm Crag 405m/1329ft|
|12 High Raise 762m/2500ft|
|13 High Rigg 355m/1165ft|
|14 High Seat 608m/1995ft|
|15 High Tove 515m/1690ft|
|16 Loft Crag 692m/2270ft|
|17 Loughrigg Fell 335m/1099ft|
|18 Pavey Ark 697m/2287ft|
|19 Pike o'Stickle 708m/2323ft|
|20 Raven Crag 463m/1519ft|
|21 Sergeant Man 736m/2414ft|
|22 Sergeant's Crag 574m/1883ft|
|23 Silver How 395m/1296ft|
|24 Steel Fell 553m/1814ft|
|25 Tarn Crag 485m/1591ft|
|26 Thunacar Knott 723m/2372ft|
|27 Ullscarf 726m/2382ft|
|28 Walla Crag 379m/1243ft|