Black Fell (Haresceugh Fell)
The North Pennines, Cumbria, England
Tap/mouse over a coloured circle (1-3 easy walks, 4-6 moderate walks, 7-9 hard walks) and click to select. To see multiple walks that start in the same location (where available) choose 'Satellite' and Zoom in.
Black Fell (Haresceugh Fell) is on Ordnance Survey Maps:
|OS Explorer Map OL31|
|1:25,000 scale (Orange Covers)
|OS Landranger Map 86|
|1:50,000 scale (Pink Covers)
Black Fell (Haresceugh Fell) is on Peak Bagging Map & Hill Tick List:
Fellow go4awalkers who have already walked, climbed, summited & bagged Black Fell (Haresceugh Fell)
Kevin Foster walked up on May 15th, 2018 [from/via/route] Thack Moor (Renwick Fell) [with] Henry [weather] Sunny (more cloudy later) - I loved this next section of the walk along the ridge eastwards over the 'minor' summit of Watch Hill and on towards Black Fell. There was such a feeling of 'open space', the walking on grass was fairly easy and the views particularly to the SW of the Lakeland skyline were just superb. Elsewhere Cross Fell, Cold Fell and Grey Nag stood out and I could even make out Criffell in Scotland across the Solway Firth.
Christine Shepherd climbed on March 5th, 2017 [from/via/route] Walked from Hartside Cafe using walk c337. [with] On my own [weather] A fine spring day - I walked up Grey Nag and Tom Smith's Stone Top using walk 114 but decided not to continue across the bog to this fell. I drove to Hartside and walked straight up from there. I am so glad I did. The path was good, route finding easy and to top it all I watched the sun set over snow capped Lakeland peaks on the way down.
Darren Mortimer bagged on February 27th, 2016 [from/via/route] Renwick [with] Dermot Palmer
Mark Davidson hiked on March 23rd, 2007 [with] alone [weather] Bright and sunny - lovely summers day - Loved it (loved it!)
Iain Taylor summited on September 3rd, 2012 [from/via/route] Hartside Cross (NY 64640 41858)
Ray O'hara has conquered [from/via/route] From Grey Nag & Tom Smith's Stone Top [weather] Overcast - The bog on the ridge between Tom Smith's Stone and Black Fell is by far the worst that I have ever encountered. The ridge from High Seat to High Tove that Alfred Wainwright wished on his worst enemy is a walk in the park by comparison. Do this one in winter when the ground is frozen, not at the end of the wettest summer on record.
Matthew Thomas and Trevor Williams have both walked, climbed & bagged Black Fell (Haresceugh Fell).
To add (or remove) your name and experiences on this page - Log On and edit your Personal Mountain Bagging Record
More Photographs & Pictures of views from, on or of Black Fell (Haresceugh Fell)
Send us your photographs and pictures on, of, or from Black Fell (Haresceugh Fell)
If you would like to add your walk photographs and pictures featuring views from, on or of Black Fell (Haresceugh Fell) to this page, please send them as email attachments (configured for any computer) along with your name to:
and we shall do our best to publish them.
(Guide Resolution = 300dpi. At least = 660pixels (wide) x 440 pixels (high).)
You can also submit photos via our Facebook Page.
NB. Please indicate where each photo was taken.