Time - 9 hours 10 minutes. North Pennine walk from Cumbrian village of Kirkland to highest land in the Pennines including Cross Fell and Great Dun Fell. Region - North Pennines. This is the largest block of high ground in England and tends to retain snow-cover longer than neighbouring areas. The return on the access road is easy, but perhaps a little unwelcome after the wild feel of the Pennine Ridge. Cross Fell & Great Dun Fell from Kirkland Introduction to Walk 3071. But, once over the gate, there is immediately a steep section, which takes you up on to the higher slopes, with the road winding away in the distance. 3. Cross Fell is the highest point on the Pennine Way. Paths can be muddy and wet in places so strong boots are recommended. Walk: Cross Fell, Cumbria. This walk is reproduced with permission from Circular Walks on the Pennine Way by Kevin Donkin, published by Frances Lincoln. Hiking | Cross Fell & Great Dun Fell from Milburn | Route follows the Pennine Journey from Milburn via Kirkland to meet the Pennine Way as it drops off Cross Fell. Walk 3071 : Cross Fell & Great Dun Fell from Kirkland. December 10th, 2018 at 9:33 am . Length - 12.0 miles / 19.5 km. Broad-based, bulky and cold, Cross Fell is a far mightier peak than you may think on first glance. After 3 miles of climbing, there is a brief descent. Energetic. Great Dun Fell and Cross Fell Thursday 16th September 2004 After spending most of this holiday in the Yorkshire Dales I had now moved further north into the vast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty called the North Pennines, which lies between the Yorkshire Dales and the Northumberland National Parks. Author - Lou Johnson. North Pennines. Photographer : Lou Johnson. Advertisement. By Dan Aspel. Trail Running | Cow Green to Cross Fell Circuit | Circular route from Cow Green Reservoir, taking in High Cup Nick, and Cross FellRoute By: Gavin Brown Use back button to return to the photo gallery lists. The southern uplands of Scotland and the Cheviots can also be seen from here. Feel on top of the world by conquering one of Britain’s best hikes with in the North Pennines Share on Facebook; Share on Twitter ; Share on Pinterest; Email to a friend; This competition is now closed. It is located at the northern end of the Pennine moors and has extensive views of the Lake District, the west coast and also the east coast. Dufton - High Cup Nick. Further Information. Spitfire - Great Dun Fell 5. 14.3km - 2h 51m. A 10.75 mile circular walk climbing Cross Fell, the highest of the Pennines, via the steep Eden Scarp. Great Dun Fell lays between Dufton and Cross Fell on the route of the Pennine Way, which is the usual approach, though it could also be climbed by the private road to the radar station (the highest surfaced road in Britain).The views are mainly of wild moorland and other Pennine tops. Download this stock image: Cross Fell, Little Dun Fell and the Pennine Way from Great Dun Fell. It’s the longest leg, it includes the highest point and more than 3,000 feet (1000 metres)of ascent, up to the loftiest ground in England outside the Lake District. Cross Fell is the highest point on the Pennine Way. Location Map. The metal bits are where looms etc were fastened to the floor. This AONB, the second largest in area, covers some wild and remote landscapes in northern England. The Radar station at the top of Great Dun Fell can be seen from afar, it's golf ball shaped radar building and it's masts look really out of place so high up. Hiking to Cross Fell 893m from Kirkland which is the highest of the Pennines, then hiking along Little Dun fell 842m and Great Dun Fell 848m Great Dun Fell (848 metres) The walk follows marked footpaths, including part of the Pennine Way on the ascent and a tarmac road on the descent. Ascent - 3100 feet / 939 metres . Moderate. Walk Route Map. Cross Fell is the highest point on the Pennine Way. Via Great Dun Fell, Cross Fell and Garrigill – 20 miles (32km) There’s no gentle way to break it to you: today is the toughest day on the Pennine Way. A circular walk of about 12 miles from Kirkland in Cumbria to Cross Fell and back. Great Dun Fell is classified as an English Mountain (Hewitt) (23rd highest in England, 49th highest in England & Wales). The flagging you saw between Cross Fell and Dun Fell is made from flooring flags from demolished textile mills in Lancashire and Yorkshire. Download this stock image: The Mountains of Cross Fell, Great Dun Fell, Little Dun Fell Viewed Across a Frozen Cow Green Reservoir Teesdale County Durham - D5RJ1F from Alamy's library of millions of high resolution stock photos, illustrations and vectors. You start in the village of Dufton and follow the Pennine Way along Hurning Lane to Cosca Hill where you cross Great Rundale Beck. Walk c293 Cross Fell and Great Dun Fell from Garrigill. A long (19 mile) and challenging hill walk, visiting the highest of the Pennine fells (Cross Fell, Little Dun Fell and Great Dun Fell). Garrigill - Ashgill Force - Tyne Head - Great Dun Fell - Little Dun Fell - Cross Fell - Garrigill Garrigill lies in the remote Cumbrian valley of the River South Tyne surrounded entirely by high fells. With regular river reports from the area, and an extensive archive of images from the past days, months and even years, this is the greatest way to view the beauty of GREAT DUN FELL 2 and see how fishing conditions develop. On good days the lakeland Fells can be seen to the south west. You continue the ascent, crossing Swindale Beck and passing a series of Cairns before arriving at Green Fell. This walk is reproduced with permission from Circular Walks on the Pennine Way by Kevin Donkin, published by Frances Lincoln. This North Pennine route starts from the Cumbrian village of Kirkland. Then it goes along the PW over Cross Fell and Great Dun Fell before exploring the Silverband Mine and returning to Milburn. The village grew up around the leadmining industry which at its peak supported a population of over 1,000. Cross Fell towers above the pastures of the Eden Valley. Cross Fell, Great Dun Fell and Little Dun Fell form a block of high terrain which is all over 800 metres (2,625 ft) in altitude. Hi-def webcam at GREAT DUN FELL 2. In bad weather, people can take an alternative tarmac road to the radar station from Dufton but luckily for me, today was perfect apart from the strong wind. This walk takes in both fells, the highest and second highest on the Pennines, with smaller cousin Little Dun Fell sandwiched between them. Halifax Mk2 - Dun Fell 4. 130929 Highcup Nick. Walk start map. Hudson - Cross Fell 6. Cross Fell is the highest point in the Pennines at 893m in altitude. The Pennine Way goes over Cross Fell from Dufton via Great Dun Fell to Garrigill and Alston. Anson - Cross Fell 8. The weather in the hills can change suddenly. 17.2km - 3h 27m. It is advised that the ascent should be undertaken in fair weather as it requires some tricky navigation, although the descent is along a good track. 2 ratings. Cloud can descend quickly so take a map and compass in case visibility is reduced. The lie of the land here somehow makes Great Dun Fell seem lower than it is. Cross Fell’s neighbour Great Dun Fell has the highest asphalted road in England: the service road to the air-traffic radar domes, which rises to 848m (2,782ft). Cumbria, England, United Kingdom, Europe. 1 rating. Great Dun Fell and Knock Fell from Knock Details Following the Pennine Way initially, this walk ascends Knock Fell before topping the walk off on Great Dunn Fell. A Picture from Dufton to Alston: 'Cross Fell and Great Dun Fell, the latter with its distinctive golf ball radar' Return to the story of my walk from Dufton to Alston Cross Fell and Great Dun Fell, the latter with its distinctive golf ball radar View source image (1600 x 1200 pixels, 0.3 MB) High Cup NickUpper Teesdale | Cross Fell . Its rounded shape can almost go unnoticed as you drive past it along the A66 but to put it in perspective it is nearly as high as Blencathra which is the impressively shaped and seemingly huge peak on your right as you enter the Lake District from Penrith. The mills had stone floors to help prevent fires. Cross Fell is also classified as an English Marilyn (5th highest in England, 248th highest in the UK). In one sense it kind of gives you a break from climbing. Energetic. North Pennine walk from Cumbrian village of Kirkland to highest land in the Pennines including Cross Fell and Great Dun Fell. Not all ended in the loss of life. Upper Teesdale | Cross Fell. - E1AX8D from Alamy's library of millions of high resolution stock photos, illustrations and vectors. Gloster Meteor - Knock Fell Several more lie on the slopes of Mickle Fell and the surrounding hills. 14.3km - 2h 51m. Moderate. Grade - mod/hard. 2 ratings. 1 rating. Great country walks: Cross Fell, Pennine Hills, Cumbria Incredible views from coast to coast in the north Pennines, ‘England’s last wilderness’ • Five more walks tomorrow Snow can be found in gullies on the north side of Cross Fell as late as May in most years. Walking / Cycling / Running routes near Great Dun Fell, Eden (CA16 6DL) Created by OS Maps users. Gipsy Moth - Cross Fell 7. 15km - 3h 0m. I believe the flags are mainly gritstone – quarried in Lancashire and Yorkshire. Walk c293 Cross Fell and Great Dun Fell from Garrigill. Completing this walk will also take you to the top of Great Dun Fell at 848m (2783ft). Walk c293 Cross Fell and Great Dun Fell from Garrigill. This is the Cross Fell & Great Dun Fell from Kirkland walk from the Walking Britain web site. These can be hazardous in poor weather but the views are wonderful when fine. The population today is nearer 200. County/Area - Cumbria. This walk takes you to the second-highest hill in the Pennines, and makes use of Britain's highest road. Starting at the end of the road near Kirkland Hall (NY650325) North-north-east on track passing to … But, then Great Dun Fell is that climb which has a bit of everything – including cyclo-cross style obstacles.
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