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Cicerone's Lakeland Fellranger series provides a comprehensive guide to the fells of Lake District. Each fell has its own dedicated chapter, and the variety of routes on the fell are carefully depicted on Harvey maps and fellscape diagrams created by the author Mark Richards. Intended to inspire rather than instruct, Mark hopes to "unleash the latent wandering spirit in each one of us".
Track your progress with our handy peak bagging ticklists - simply download the list of fells for each book below, and keep a note of the date and a short account of when you walked each fell.
Completers of all 227 FELLRANGER fell summits can be added to the official hillwalkers register, and apply for a certificate. For details on how to apply, please visit the LDWA website. There are 18 FELLRANGER fells which are NOT Wainwrights. For a list, please click here.
The Lakeland FELLRANGER BOX SET We an no longer offer this as a complete boxed set, however, if you've already bought all eight books you can buy the box, together with the free index card directly from Cicerone. Please just call us on 01539 562069. Please note we only have a limited number of boxes, but we have a good supply of index cards.
29 summits between Borrowdale and Buttermere, and down as Far as Honister Pass in the south
23 summits between Keswick and Caldbeck, including Blencathra and Skiddaw as well as the Caldbeck and Uldale Fells
22 summits in the triangle between Great Langdale, Borrowdale and Wasdale
34 summits within the triangle of Great Gable, Wasdale and Buttermere, including Pillar, High Stile and Hay stacks
23 summits between the Wrynose and Hardknott passes, including the Coniston fells and coastal fringes
28 summits in the high ground between Great Langdale and Keswick
35 summits in the mighty hills between Ambleside, Ullswater and Grasmere
33 summits on the lesser-walked fells between the Kirkstone Pass and the A6