Lingmoor Fell

Height: 1,530 Feet - 469 Metres
Grid Ref: NY 303 046
Area: Southern
Ordnance Survey: OL6
Wainwright Guidebook: Four

A cresent-shaped ridge of high ground rises to the west from Elterwater's pleasant pastures, climbs to a well defined summit, a fine vantage point, and then curves northwards as it descends to valley-level near Dungeon Ghyll. Within the crescent lies Great Langdale, the longer outside curve sloping down into Little Langdale and the Blea Tarn depression.


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Little Langdale and Lingmoor Fell seen from Wet Side Edge.

Lingmoor Fell and Little Langdale Tarn.


There are 2 walks to choose from including Lingmoor

Walking the Wainwrights in 30 Walks - Walk 17 Four Fells around Elterwater

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12th June 2016
ASCENT: 4,800 Feet - 1,464 Meters
MILES: 15.7
WAINWRIGHTS: 4, Loughrigg Fell - Black Fell (Black Crag) - Holme Fell - Lingmoor Fell
ROUTE: Walthwaite Bottom - High Close - Loughrigg Terrace - Loughrigg Fell - Loughrigg Tarn - Skelwith Bridge - A593 - Park Farm - Low Arnside - Black Crag - Arnside Plantation - Iron Keld Plantation - Tarn Hows - Glen Mary Bridge - Harry Gaurds Wood - Uskdale Gap - Holme Fell - Holme Ground - Hodge Close - Little Langdale - Dale End - Lingmoor Quarry - Lingmoor Fell - Lingmoor Quarry - Baysbrown Woods - Sawreys Woods - Burlington Quarry - Elterwater - Walthwaite Bottom

Lingmoor Fell & Blea Tarn

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23rd May 2010
ASCENT: 1,530 Ft  469 Mtrs
MILES: 3.1
WAINWRIGHTS: 1, Lingmoor Fell

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