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Blea Rigg
541m (1776ft)

The Central Fells, The Lake District, Cumbria, England


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(No. 152)

Walk Blea Rigg walking UK Mountains in The Central Fells The Lake District National Park Cumbria    England

The view from the summit of Blea Rigg

Photo: Andy Malcolm

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OS Explorer Maps OL6 & OL7
1:25,000 scale (Orange Covers)


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1:50,000 scale (Pink Covers)



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Other walkers who hiked, climbed, bagged and summited Blea Rigg Fellow go4awalkers who have already walked, climbed, summited & bagged Blea Rigg

Carl Tillotson walked up on July 24th, 2021 [from/via/route] c144 route with High Raise added [with] June [weather] Slightly cloudy, warm day.

Richard Marshall climbed on July 16th, 2021 [from/via/route] Sergeant Man & others [with] Me, Bo and Roxy [weather] Sunny very Hot

Damian Gourlay bagged on June 22nd, 2021 [from/via/route] Grassmere walk c144 tarn cragg [with] Lee Grist [weather] Sunny - Great walk real leg burner, showing my age. Hope this gets easier

Paul Macey hiked on June 21st, 2021 [from/via/route] Walk 114 [with] Luke [weather] Cloudy

Christine Shepherd summited on October 31st, 2008 [from/via/route] Walked from Grasmere [with] On my own [weather] Sunshine, showers & rainbows. - Bagged this again using walk c144 on 2.9.10 Climbed again with a group from Head 4 the Hills 31.5.21

Claire Murray conquered on May 29th, 2021 [from/via/route] Parked in Grasmere. Silver How, Blea Rigg, Sergeant Man, High Raise & Tarn Crag. [with] Vitor [weather] Lovely day. Was sunny but not to hot. - Lovely walk. East to start with & some stunningly laid stone paths to follow. The last part of the track was a stone path beside a river with the sheep fenced it & it was so beautiful!

Neil Heywood scaled on April 25th, 2021 [with] logan Heywood Ellis Heywood

Angela Haworth walked up on March 24th, 2002 [from/via/route] From New Dungeon Ghyll car park [with] companion [weather] Dry

John Tippins climbed on September 22nd, 2020 [from/via/route] Grasmere [weather] Overcast, low cloud for most of the day, drizzle/rain all day.

Andy Buxton bagged during November, 1989 [from/via/route] From NDG: Blea Rigg, Sergeant Mann, High Raise & Thunacar Knott [with] Solo [weather] Very dreary - I was glad I didn't waste a decent day on this one!

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More Photographs & Pictures of views from, on or of Blea Rigg

Blea Rigg, Castle How, Lang How and Silver How (far left) Great Langdale, Windermere and Elter Water (left), Lingmoor Fell and Side Pike (centre left), Blea Tarn and Little Langdale (centre right), Pike of Blisco (Pike o' Blisco) right and Crickle Crags (far right) from the summit of Harrison Stickle, The Langdale Pikes

Blea Rigg, Castle How, Lang How and Silver How (far left) Great Langdale, Windermere and Elter Water (left), Lingmoor Fell and Side Pike (centre left), Blea Tarn and Little Langdale (centre right), Pike of Blisco (Pike o' Blisco) right and Crickle Crags (far right) from the summit of Harrison Stickle, The Langdale Pikes

Photo: Jacques Duijn (1)

Sunburst on Great Langdale from near Blea Rigg

Sunburst on Great Langdale from near Blea Rigg

Photo: Andy Malcolm (46)

Blea Rigg (right) from Coledale Tarn

Blea Rigg (right) from Coledale Tarn

Photo: Alan Wainwright (223)

Blea Rigg summit cairn

Blea Rigg summit cairn

Photo: Christine Shepherd (462)

Great Langdale with Blea Rigg, Lang How and Silver How (left) and Lingmoor Fell (right) from the foot of Oxendale

Great Langdale with Blea Rigg, Lang How and Silver How (left) and Lingmoor Fell (right) from the foot of Oxendale

Photo: Andy Malcolm (224)

Stickle Tarn, Harrison Stickle and Pavey Ark from near Blea Rigg

Stickle Tarn, Harrison Stickle and Pavey Ark from near Blea Rigg

Photo: Andy Malcolm (44)

*Stickle Tarn, Harrison Stickle and Pavey Ark from near Blea Rigg

*Stickle Tarn, Harrison Stickle and Pavey Ark from near Blea Rigg

Photo: Andy Malcolm (48)

Me on the summit of Blea Rigg

Me on the summit of Blea Rigg

Photo: Christine Shepherd (511)

The view from Sergeant Man featuring Blea Rigg (centre left),Lingmoor Fell (distance centre), Stickle Tarn (partially hidden) and the shoulder of Pavey Ark (The Langdale Pikes) (right)

The view from Sergeant Man featuring Blea Rigg (centre left),Lingmoor Fell (distance centre), Stickle Tarn (partially hidden) and the shoulder of Pavey Ark (The Langdale Pikes) (right)

Photo: Tim Hope (30)

Grasmere, Silver How, Lang How, Blea Rigg, Easedale Tarn, The LAngdale Pikes, Codale Head, Gibson Knott and Calf Crag from Helm Crag summit cairn

Grasmere, Silver How, Lang How, Blea Rigg, Easedale Tarn, The LAngdale Pikes, Codale Head, Gibson Knott and Calf Crag from Helm Crag summit cairn

Photo: Tim Hope (73)

Harrison Stickle and the Langdale Pikes from Blea Rigg in the snow

Harrison Stickle and the Langdale Pikes from Blea Rigg in the snow

Photo: Peter Harrison (17)

Towards Blea Rigg from Tarn Crag (Easedale)

Towards Blea Rigg from Tarn Crag (Easedale)

Photo: David Hayter (266)

Great Langdale and Blea Rigg with The Helvellyn Massiff in the distance under a deep blanket of snow from the lower slopes of Pike of Blisco (Pike o' Blisco)

Great Langdale and Blea Rigg with The Helvellyn Massiff in the distance under a deep blanket of snow from the lower slopes of Pike of Blisco (Pike o' Blisco)

Photo: Simon Barnett (56)

A misty Blea Crag on the descent down from Blea Rigg

A misty Blea Crag on the descent down from Blea Rigg

Photo: Andy Malcolm (118)

Pavey Ark, Stickle Tarn & Harrison Stickle from nr Blea Rigg

Pavey Ark, Stickle Tarn & Harrison Stickle from nr Blea Rigg

Photo: Robbie Breadner (1)

*Codale Tarn (left) and Easedale Tarn from the Blea Rigg ridge with Helvellyn (left), Seat Sandal (centre) and Fairfield (right) on the horizon

*Codale Tarn (left) and Easedale Tarn from the Blea Rigg ridge with Helvellyn (left), Seat Sandal (centre) and Fairfield (right) on the horizon

Photo: Tim Hope (26)

*The view from Sergeant Man featuring Blea Rigg (centre left), Lingmoor Fell (centre distance), Stickle Tarn (partially hidden) and Pavey Ark with Harrison Stickle beyond (The Langdale Pikes) (centre right)

*The view from Sergeant Man featuring Blea Rigg (centre left), Lingmoor Fell (centre distance), Stickle Tarn (partially hidden) and Pavey Ark with Harrison Stickle beyond (The Langdale Pikes) (centre right)

Photo: Tim Hope (29)

Grasmere, Easedale Tarn and Blea Rigg from Tarn Crag summit

Grasmere, Easedale Tarn and Blea Rigg from Tarn Crag summit

Photo: Tim Hope (62)

Snow moving in on Blea Rigg

Snow moving in on Blea Rigg

Photo: Peter Harrison (16)


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