Hallin Fell - Tuesday 7 May 2013
Howtown - Hallin Fell - Howtown
South West of Howtown (Free) - Grid Ref NY438194
Straight up and down on a good path
Sunny with very little wind
OL5 - The English Lakes - North Eastern Area
We had already been up two Outlying Fells this morning and after a fine lunch in The Sun Inn at Pooley Bridge we drove down the other side of Ullswater to Howtown to walk up Hallin Fell. Whilst only a short walk, the summit does give superb views over Ullswater.
We parked on the side of the road a short distance south east of the village, although there were spaces available at the Church just up the road. This is a quick up and down and we really took our time but still managed to get there and back in just over an hour.
Arthur's Pike and Bonscale Pike from the ascent of Hallin Fell
Beda Fell with Place Fell to the right
St Peter's Church, Martindale
Come on then - lets 'ave it!
Steel Knotts, The Nab and Beda Fell
The impressive Cairn on the Summit of Hallin Fell
Gowbarrow Fell across Ullswater
The Helvellyn Range with the pointed tip of Catstycam in the centre
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