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Walna Scar
621m (2038ft)

The Southern Marches, The Lake District, Cumbria, England


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230th highest in England,
399th in England & Wales

Walk Walna Scar walking UK Mountains in The Southern Marches The Lake District National Park Cumbria    England

Walna Scar Summit

Photo: Christine Shepherd

Walna Scar is on Ordnance Survey Maps:

OS Explorer Map OL6
1:25,000 scale (Orange Covers)


OS Landranger Maps 96 & 97
1:50,000 scale (Pink Covers)



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Other walkers who hiked, climbed, bagged and summited Walna Scar Fellow go4awalkers who have already walked, climbed, summited & bagged Walna Scar

Kevin Foster walked up on September 16th, 2021 [from/via/route] Coniston. [with] By myself. [weather] Sunny with some high cloud cover. Perfect conditions really. - I decided to revisit Swirl How & Great Carrs after the low cloud on the previous week's visit blotted out all the views. A brief summary of the route was: Coppermines valley, Levers water, Swirl Hause, Swirl How, Great Carrs, Grey Friars, Levers Hause, Brim Fell, Old Man, Goats Hause, Dow crag, Buck Pike, Brown Pike, Walna Scar, White Maiden & return to the Walna Scar road for the long descent back into Coniston. The clear visibility really opened up the views as far as Morecambe Bay, the Isle of Man & possibly Blackpool Tower!? A superb day's walking from start to finish.

Trevor Williams climbed on January 11th, 2018 [from/via/route] Torver [with] Paul

Mark Davidson bagged on April 30th, 2015 [with] Alone [weather] Cloudy with sunny spells - cold wind

Leon Harvey hiked on April 5th, 2015 [from/via/route] Walna Scar Road [with] Solo [weather] foggy & Sunny

Ray O'hara summited on February 26th, 2014 [from/via/route] Walna Scar from Coniston including White Maiden [weather] Mist on the summits, persistent rain throughout.

Christine Shepherd conquered on October 12th, 2013 [from/via/route] Walked from Coniston using Wainwright's Outlying Fells book. [with] On my own [weather] Beautiful Autumn sunshine with a hearty breeze on top.

Iain Taylor scaled on July 25th, 2010 [from/via/route] Coniston (SD 30001 97460)

Paul Macey walked up on August 14th, 2012 [from/via/route] Old Man Coniston , Dow Crag [with] Luke Macey [weather] Sunny

David Kelley, David Preston, Paul Booth, Louis Smith, Louise Sandwith, Jan Dixon, John Kendall and Matthew Thomas have all walked, climbed & bagged Walna Scar.

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More Photographs & Pictures of views from, on or of Walna Scar

Coniston Water from the summit of Brock Barrow (Top o' Selside) with Beacon (Blawith Fells) prominent (centre) and the Coniston Fells: White Maiden, Walna Scar, Dow Crag, The Old Man of Coniston, Brim Fell, Swirl How and Wetherlam in the background (right)

Coniston Water from the summit of Brock Barrow (Top o' Selside) with Beacon (Blawith Fells) prominent (centre) and the Coniston Fells: White Maiden, Walna Scar, Dow Crag, The Old Man of Coniston, Brim Fell, Swirl How and Wetherlam in the background (right)

Photo: Paul Gibson (30)

Walna Scar and White Maiden from Brown Pike

Walna Scar and White Maiden from Brown Pike

Photo: Chris Leonard (1)

Dow Crag, Buck Pike, Brown Pike and The Old Man of Coniston from White Maiden the high point on Walna Scar

Dow Crag, Buck Pike, Brown Pike and The Old Man of Coniston from White Maiden the high point on Walna Scar

Photo: Andy Malcolm (151)

Scafell, Scafell Pike, and Great End from White Maiden and Walna Scar

Scafell, Scafell Pike, and Great End from White Maiden and Walna Scar

Photo: Gerry Ball (7)

Coniston Valley Inversion from White Maiden and Walna Scar

Coniston Valley Inversion from White Maiden and Walna Scar

Photo: Gerry Ball (8)

Lake Coniston under a temperature inversion from the car park at Walna Scar Road

Lake Coniston under a temperature inversion from the car park at Walna Scar Road

Photo: Liz Halpin (8)

Broughton Moor Inversion from White Maiden and Walna Scar

Broughton Moor Inversion from White Maiden and Walna Scar

Photo: Gerry Ball (9)

Low Light Haw (Top o' Selside) summit cairn with the Coniston Fells: White Maiden, Walna Scar, Dow Crag, The Old Man of Coniston, Brim Fell, Swirl How and Wetherlam in the background

Low Light Haw (Top o' Selside) summit cairn with the Coniston Fells: White Maiden, Walna Scar, Dow Crag, The Old Man of Coniston, Brim Fell, Swirl How and Wetherlam in the background

Photo: Paul Gibson (28)

Walna Scar, Dow Crag and The Old Man of Coniston from Beacon (Blawith Fells)

Walna Scar, Dow Crag and The Old Man of Coniston from Beacon (Blawith Fells)

Photo: Andy Malcolm (135)

Top o' Selside summit cairn with the Coniston Fells: White Maiden, Walna Scar, Dow Crag, The Old Man of Coniston, Brim Fell, Swirl How and Wetherlam as a backdrop

Top o' Selside summit cairn with the Coniston Fells: White Maiden, Walna Scar, Dow Crag, The Old Man of Coniston, Brim Fell, Swirl How and Wetherlam as a backdrop

Photo: Paul Gibson (23)

Burney Farm and a distant view of the northernmost Southern Fells from between Caw (centre) and Walna Scar (right) from Burney (Great Burney)

Burney Farm and a distant view of the northernmost Southern Fells from between Caw (centre) and Walna Scar (right) from Burney (Great Burney)

Photo: Andy Malcolm (139)

White Maiden, Walna Scar, Dow Crag and The Old Man of Coniston across Coniston Water from Crab Haws Woods

White Maiden, Walna Scar, Dow Crag and The Old Man of Coniston across Coniston Water from Crab Haws Woods

Photo: Paul Gibson (13)

High Light Haw (Top o' Selside) summit cairn with the Coniston Fells: White Maiden, Walna Scar, Dow Crag, The Old Man of Coniston, Brim Fell, Swirl How and Wetherlam in the background

High Light Haw (Top o' Selside) summit cairn with the Coniston Fells: White Maiden, Walna Scar, Dow Crag, The Old Man of Coniston, Brim Fell, Swirl How and Wetherlam in the background

Photo: Paul Gibson (27)

Coniston Water with Beacon (Blawith Fells), Caw (Dunnerdale Fells),  White Maiden, Walna Scar, Dow Crag and The Old Man of Coniston (right) from Great Hill (Consiton)

Coniston Water with Beacon (Blawith Fells), Caw (Dunnerdale Fells), White Maiden, Walna Scar, Dow Crag and The Old Man of Coniston (right) from Great Hill (Consiton)

Photo: Paul Gibson (18)

Walna Scar, Dow Crag and The Old Man of Coniston from the summit of Yew Bank

Walna Scar, Dow Crag and The Old Man of Coniston from the summit of Yew Bank

Photo: Andy Malcolm (137)

The view from the Walna Scar road

The view from the Walna Scar road

Photo: Christine Shepherd (137)

Red Gill Beck ravine SE of Walna Scar

Red Gill Beck ravine SE of Walna Scar

Photo: Gerry Ball (10)


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