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Lingmoor Fell
469m (1539ft)

The Southern Fells, The Lake District, Cumbria, England


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83rd highest in England,
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Walk Lingmoor Fell walking UK Mountains in The Southern Fells The Lake District National Park Cumbria    England

Lingmoor Fell Summit

Photo: David Hayter

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The Lake District National Park


1:25,000 scale OS Explorer Maps (the ones with orange/yellow covers):

OL6 The English Lakes - South Western area


OL7 The English Lakes - South Eastern area


1:50,000 scale OS Landranger Map (the ones with pink/magenta covers):

90 Penrith & Keswick, Ambleside


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NB: Whether you print off a copy on to paper or download it to your phone, these PDF Peak Baggers Maps will prove incredibly useful when your are up there on the tops and you cannot get a phone signal!


Not familiar with Lingmoor Fell?

See the location of Lingmoor Fell and both walks that climb it on an interactive Google Map


You can walk to the top of Lingmoor Fell by using either of these 2 easy to follow route maps:

Other walkers who hiked, climbed, bagged and summited Lingmoor Fell Fellow go4awalkers who have already walked, climbed, summited & bagged Lingmoor Fell

Richard Marchant walked up on September 15th, 2022 [from/via/route] Parked at Blea Tarn NT Car park & walked along the road towards Langdale a short distance & then took a path Eastward straight up to Lingmoor Fell & the walked back the same route. [with] On my Own [weather] Clear day with little or no breeze.

Richard Fulcher climbed on August 30th, 2022 [from/via/route] Parked in the Blea Tarn car park (NT) & walked along the road towards Side Pike, turning right at the sign post to Side Pike. We climbed up onto the ridge ignoring the tricky path to the left at the top that leads around & up Side Pike. We instead turned right & followed the path by the dry stone wall all the way up to the summit (Brown How). We returned the same way stopping to get some photos of the heather & mountains in the light from the setting sun. [with] Jen [weather] Sunny & warm, a cool breeze on the top, turning colder as the sun disappeared. - Fairly easy walk, but tricky to drive to!

Steve Cookson bagged on January 27th, 2022 [from/via/route] From Elterwater C238 [with] Gillie [weather] Dry windy, sun & clouds.

Julie Clough hiked on January 29th, 2022 [from/via/route] Blea tarn [with] Sally [weather] Ridiculously windy - Soup in cafe in Elterwater afterwards 😊

Keith Redhead summited on January 25th, 2022 [from/via/route] This is lovely walk. Went from Blea tarn then down around Side Pike which is a delightful skirting platform. Some brief views of poke i blisco Weatherlam & parts of the the Langdale Pikes [with] Hil Natasha Charlie [weather] Dry but misty but occasional no al great views

Geoff Hand conquered on April 12th, 2018 [from/via/route] c238 Lingmore Fell & Side Pike from Elterwater. [with] Alone [weather] Cold & Cloudy warming up later. - Good views all around the Langdales.

David Lord scaled on August 26th, 2020 [from/via/route] From Dungeon Ghyll. [with] Debbie Lord [weather] Beautiful sunny day. - This was a fell we didn't particularly enjoy. Rather bland & lacking the views that can be seen from most climbs in the area.

Claire Kirk walked up on April 25th, 2021 [from/via/route] Elterwater [with] Abigail, Lianne and Kaylah [weather] Warm & sunny

Chris Sheard climbed on September 30th, 2020 [from/via/route] Trailed up from Elterwater [with] George [weather] Cool winds with heavy heavy driving rain gustsiung 30-40mph - Wild

Christine Shepherd bagged on April 10th, 2010 [from/via/route] Used walk c206 from Elterwater Climbed again from the bottom of Side Pike 3.9.20 [with] On my own [weather] Lovely - Was glad there was someone to help me with my rucksack through Fat Man's Struggle (a.k.a. Fat Man's Agony)!

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

Looking across Great Langdale to Side Pike and Lingmoor Fell from Stickle Ghyll, The Langdale Pikes

Looking across Great Langdale to Side Pike and Lingmoor Fell from Stickle Ghyll, The Langdale Pikes

Photo: Jenna Lee (1)

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)

*The Langdale Pikes (left), Great Langdale (centre) and Side Pike and Lingmoor Fell (right) from Pike of Blisco (Pike o' Blisco)

*The Langdale Pikes (left), Great Langdale (centre) and Side Pike and Lingmoor Fell (right) from Pike of Blisco (Pike o' Blisco)

Photo: Andy Malcolm (19)

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)

Looking down a very snowy Stickle Ghyll to Great Langdale with Lingmoor Fell beyond from Stickle Tarn

Looking down a very snowy Stickle Ghyll to Great Langdale with Lingmoor Fell beyond from Stickle Tarn

Photo: Ray Foster (14)

*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)

Side Pike from Lingmoor Fell

Side Pike from Lingmoor Fell

Photo: Mike Jennings (5)

Elterwater with Lingmoor Fell (left) and The Langdale Pikes (right)

Elterwater with Lingmoor Fell (left) and The Langdale Pikes (right)

Photo: Philip Butler (15)

Great Langdale, Lingmoor Fell and Lake Windermere from the summit of Harrison Stickle

Great Langdale, Lingmoor Fell and Lake Windermere from the summit of Harrison Stickle

Photo: Christine Shepherd (59)

Looking back down the path up to Stickle Tarn with Lingmoor Fell in the background

Looking back down the path up to Stickle Tarn with Lingmoor Fell in the background

Photo: Mike Walker (256)

Me on the summit of Pike of Stickle, The Langdale Pikes with Windermere (far left), Loft Crag (near left), Lingmoor Fell (across Great Langdale), Blea Tarn (centre) and Pike of Blisco (right)

Me on the summit of Pike of Stickle, The Langdale Pikes with Windermere (far left), Loft Crag (near left), Lingmoor Fell (across Great Langdale), Blea Tarn (centre) and Pike of Blisco (right)

Photo: David Percival (1)

Mike on top of Lingmoor Fell

Mike on top of Lingmoor Fell

Photo: Stewart Green (7)

The shoulder of Pike of Blisco (Pike o' Blisco) (far left) , Oxendale, The Band and Mickledeon with The Langdale Pikes (right) from Lingmoor Fell

The shoulder of Pike of Blisco (Pike o' Blisco) (far left) , Oxendale, The Band and Mickledeon with The Langdale Pikes (right) from Lingmoor Fell

Photo: Rob Barklamb (44)

Great Langdale and Lingmoor Fell in the snow from Whitegill Crag

Great Langdale and Lingmoor Fell in the snow from Whitegill Crag

Photo: Peter Harrison (15)

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)

Looking across Great Langdale to Lingmoor Fell and Side Pike with Pike of Blisco (Pike o' Blisco) beyond from Stickle Ghyll below The Langdale Pikes

Looking across Great Langdale to Lingmoor Fell and Side Pike with Pike of Blisco (Pike o' Blisco) beyond from Stickle Ghyll below The Langdale Pikes

Photo: Richard Smithies (1)

Lingmoor Fell (left) and the Langdale Pikes (right) from Elterwater

Lingmoor Fell (left) and the Langdale Pikes (right) from Elterwater

Photo: Edward Felstead (2)

Lingmoor Tarn from Lingmoor Fell

Lingmoor Tarn from Lingmoor Fell

Photo: David Hayter (361)

Me on the summit of Pike of Stickle, The Langdale Pikes with Windermere (far left), Loft Crag (near left), Lingmoor Fell (across Great Langdale) and Blea Tarn (right)

Me on the summit of Pike of Stickle, The Langdale Pikes with Windermere (far left), Loft Crag (near left), Lingmoor Fell (across Great Langdale) and Blea Tarn (right)

Photo: David Percival (2)

Side Pike and Lingmoor Fell from Redacre Gill below Pike of Blisco (Pike o' Blisco)

Side Pike and Lingmoor Fell from Redacre Gill below Pike of Blisco (Pike o' Blisco)

Photo: Mike Jennings (23)


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