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Cross Fell
893m (2931ft)

Walk Cross Fell walking UK Mountains in The North Pennines  Cumbria    England
Cross Fell Summit

Photograph by Ryan Pearson

10th highest Mountain in England
28th highest Mountain in England & Wales

Nuttall
Trig Point

Cross Fell is on interactive maps:
OS Explorer (Orange Covers) sheet: OL31
OS Landranger (Pink Covers) sheet: 91
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The North Pennines


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Other walkers who hiked, climbed, bagged and summited Cross Fell Fellow go4awalkers who have walked up, climbed & bagged Cross Fell

Kevin Bloor walked up Cross Fell on April 10th, 2014 [from/via/route] Started at Garrigill [with] Myself [weather] Cloudy, poor visibility at top - Longest and highest walk so far

Darren Mortimer climbed Cross Fell on December 15th, 2013 [from/via/route] Kirkland [with] Dermot Palmer [weather] Very windy

Christine Shepherd bagged Cross Fell on July 30th, 2013 [from/via/route] Walked from Kirkland using walk c317 but then went on to Little Dunn Fell and Great Fell and came down in Milburn where I was picked up by my lovely husband. [with] On my own [weather] Lovely walking weather with fantastic views. - The bridleway to Milburn starts off well but was very difficult to follow down the fell back to Milburn.

Stephen Eddy hiked Cross Fell on May 17th, 2013 [from/via/route] Kirkland (c317) [with] Mike Woodhouse, Tony Harris, Neil Whitehead [weather] Sunny

Iain Taylor summited Cross Fell on March 4th, 2012 [from/via/route] Knock (NY 69679 29512)

Ivan Stanger walked up Cross Fell on September 11th, 2007 [from/via/route] Garrigill [with] Solo [weather] Nice autumn day - Walked up from Garrigill. Great weather all the way except for the last 500 metres when the cloud came down. No views. All the metalwork intact on the trig.

Gerry Smith climbed Cross Fell during September, 2006 [from/via/route] Dufton ( part of Pennine Way ) [with] Rob Mason [weather] dry cool - Very windy on tops

Mark Davidson bagged Cross Fell on February 14th, 2007 [with] MK and his mate who did all the Charity Walks (incl. Land's End to John O'Groats) [weather] Clear & Sunny with a touch of snow on the tops - lovely

Trevor Williams, Louise Sandwith, Matthew Thomas, Steve Davenport and Ray O'Hara have also all walked, climbed & bagged Cross Fell.

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More Photographs & Pictures of views from, on or of Cross Fell

. . . in no particular order

Cross Fell summit trig point

1. Cross Fell summit trig point
Photo: Henry Simmons (5)

View from High Cap on the way up Cross Fell

2. View from High Cap on the way up Cross Fell
Photo: Christine Shepherd (92)

Great Dun Fell and Little Dun Fell from the tall cairn on Cross Fell summit plateau

3. Great Dun Fell and Little Dun Fell from the tall cairn on Cross Fell summit plateau
Photo: Henry Simmons (6)

Lesley at Little Dun Fell between Dun Fell and Cross Fell on the Pennine Way.

4. Lesley at Little Dun Fell between Dun Fell and Cross Fell on the Pennine Way.
Photo: Andrew Sturman (2)

The Radar Station on Great Dun Fell from the Pennine Way on Cross Fell

5. The Radar Station on Great Dun Fell from the Pennine Way on Cross Fell
Photo: Martin Robinson (2)

Stoop Band Bothy on the lower slopes of Cross Fell

6. Stoop Band Bothy on the lower slopes of Cross Fell
Photo: Henry Simmons (2)

Bullman Hills summit with Cross Fell beyond

7. Bullman Hills summit with Cross Fell beyond
Photo: Liz Halpin (1)

Cross Fell summit

8. Cross Fell summit
Photo: Ryan Pearson (1)

Little Dun Fell and Great Dun Fell from Cross Fell

9. Little Dun Fell and Great Dun Fell from Cross Fell
Photo: Christine Shepherd (94)

Cross Fell from a cairn on Ironwell Band

10. Cross Fell from a cairn on Ironwell Band
Photo: Henry Simmons (3)


. . . see all 17 walk photographs & pictures of views from, on or of Cross Fell


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You can walk or hike Cross Fell with any of these 2 route maps:

Walk c317 Cross Fell from Kirkland

Route Summary: - Kirkland, High Cap, Stoop Band, Ironwell Band, The Pennine Way, Cross Fell, Tees Head, Sturba Nook, Wildboar Scar, Grumply Hill, Littledale Beck, Blencarn, Kirkland.

Length: 16.5km (10.25 miles) | Ascent: 743m (2437ft) | Allow at least: 6hrs | Grade:Walk Grades Explanation and Help Moderate


Walk c293 Cross Fell and Great Dun Fell from Garrigill

Route Summary: - Garrigill, The Pennine Way, The South Tyne Trail, Low Crossgill, Ash Gill, Ashgill Force, Hole House Farm, Tynehead Farm, Tyne Head, River Tees, Dunfell Hush, Great Dun Fell, Little Dun Fell, Cross Fell, Skirwith Fell, Yad Stone, Greg's Hut (bothy), Backstone Edge, Long Man Hill, Black Band, Garrigill.

Length: 32km (20 miles) | Ascent: 885m (2905ft) | Allow at least: 10hrs | Grade:Walk Grades Explanation and Help Hard




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