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Grayrigg Forest
494m (1621ft)

The Far Eastern Marches, The Lake District, Cumbria, England


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English Marilyn
80th highest in England,
993rd in Great Britain

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English Trig Point (Pillar)

Walk Grayrigg Forest walking UK Mountains in The Far Eastern Marches The Lake District National Park Cumbria    England

Grayrigg Forest Summit

Photo: Mike Walker

Grayrigg Forest is on Ordnance Survey Maps:

OS Explorer Map OL7
1:25,000 scale (Orange Covers)


OS Landranger Map 97
1:50,000 scale (Pink Covers)



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You can walk to the top of Grayrigg Forest by using this easy to follow route map:



Other walkers who hiked, climbed, bagged and summited Grayrigg Forest Fellow go4awalkers who have already walked, climbed, summited & bagged Grayrigg Forest

Adrian Howard walked up on February 23rd, 2012 [from/via/route] Borrowdale Wood

Mike Walker has climbed [with] Alone

Christine Shepherd bagged on June 27th, 2019 [from/via/route] Walked from Hause Bridge using walk c384 [with] On my own [weather] Beautiful. - The initial climb up Grayrigg Pike seemed steeper than it looked from the layby. However, it might just have been my legs objecting to climbing again only 5 days after The 10 in 10 challenge.

Mark Davidson hiked on March 10th, 2014 [with] Alone [weather] Bright, sunny, spring day with lots of sunshine - Views of the Howgill Fells really are fantastic and down to the M6

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More Photographs & Pictures of views from, on or of Grayrigg Forest

Grayrigg Forest Repeater Station Telecommunications Mast

Grayrigg Forest Repeater Station Telecommunications Mast

Photo: Robert Hall (63)

Grayrigg Pike (Grayrigg Forest) summit cairn with Blease Fell in the background

Grayrigg Pike (Grayrigg Forest) summit cairn with Blease Fell in the background

Photo: Mike Walker (106)

Telecommunications Mast from the Trig Point on the summit of Grayrigg Forest

Telecommunications Mast from the Trig Point on the summit of Grayrigg Forest

Photo: Marilyn Bagger (3)

Grayrigg Forest summit trig point

Grayrigg Forest summit trig point

Photo: Robert Hall (62)

Jeffery's Mount and The M6 Motorway (right) from the lower slopes of Grayrigg Forest

Jeffery's Mount and The M6 Motorway (right) from the lower slopes of Grayrigg Forest

Photo: Mike Walker (98)

Borrow Beck flowing through Borrowdale (Howgills) with Whinfell Common (left) and Winterscleugh (right) from the lower slopes of Grayrigg Forest

Borrow Beck flowing through Borrowdale (Howgills) with Whinfell Common (left) and Winterscleugh (right) from the lower slopes of Grayrigg Forest

Photo: Mike Walker (113)

Telecommunications Mast on Grayrigg Forest

Telecommunications Mast on Grayrigg Forest

Photo: Mike Walker (110)

Blease Fell and The Howgill Fells 2000ft'ers - Randygill Top, The Calf, Calders and Fell Head (Howgills) - from Grayrigg Pike (Grayrigg Forest) summit

Blease Fell and The Howgill Fells 2000ft'ers - Randygill Top, The Calf, Calders and Fell Head (Howgills) - from Grayrigg Pike (Grayrigg Forest) summit

Photo: Mike Walker (107)

Powson Knott from the lower slopes of Grayrigg Forest

Powson Knott from the lower slopes of Grayrigg Forest

Photo: Mike Walker (101)

Cleugh Gill (left) and Blease Fell from the lower slopes of Grayrigg Forest

Cleugh Gill (left) and Blease Fell from the lower slopes of Grayrigg Forest

Photo: Mike Walker (100)


. . . see all 29 walk photographs & pictures of views from, on or of Grayrigg Forest


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