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Little Fell (Burton Fell)
748m (2455ft)

The North Pennines, Cumbria, England

Little Fell (Burton Fell) is inside the Warcop Army Training Area. For safety reasons public access is restricted to public rights of way during non-firing days only. Access is only permitted on 12 weekends per year, which are publicly notified 12 months in advance. Information these weekends can be obtained by calling 0800 783 5181. For more details see: Walking on Mickle Fell.

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English Mountain
69th highest in England,
123rd in England & Wales

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English Nuttall
85th highest in England,
149th in England & Wales

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Little Fell (Burton Fell) Summit

Photo: Mark Kissipie





Little Fell (Burton Fell) is on Ordnance Survey Maps:

OS Explorer Map OL19
1:25,000 scale (Orange Covers)


OS Landranger Map 91
1:50,000 scale (Pink Covers)



Little Fell (Burton Fell) is on Peak Bagging Map & Hill Tick List:

You can walk to the top of Little Fell (Burton Fell) by using this easy to follow route map:



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Other walkers who hiked, climbed, bagged and summited Little Fell (Burton Fell) Fellow go4awalkers who have already walked, climbed, summited & bagged Little Fell (Burton Fell)

Kevin Foster walked up on August 5th, 2017 [from/via/route] Linear route (two cars) from lay-by on B6276 near Grains of the Beck, Lunedale valley to Murton village (car park at north end of village), Eden valley Cumbria [with] Me and Bruce [weather] Sunny, with heavy showers until late afternoon then just sunny. - After Mickle Fell we left the Strathmore estate and ventured onto MOD land. We had been issued with permits to climb Mickle Fell by the permitted north and south routes this being a non-firing weekend. However, I really wanted to bag Little Fell which was off these prescribed routes, especially with the clear visibility and decent weather, so we descended off the boot of Mickle Fell and ventured along the 'ridge' suggested in the Nuttall book via Arnside Rake to Little Fell. The track was a little soggy in places and indistinct but by arcing around the worst of the wet ground we managed to reach the fell's highest ground without too much discomfort. The shelter and trig point are a little south of the actual highest point of the fell but there isn't that much difference in height.

Darren Mortimer climbed on July 9th, 2017 [from/via/route] Hilton [with] Dermot Palmer [weather] Overcast with the odd sun and windy on the tops. - Shit walking

Mark Davidson bagged on November 16th, 2008 [with] Mike [weather] Lovely and sunny for November - First 'wild camp' in the van

Christine Shepherd hiked on August 6th, 2016 [from/via/route] Walked from Hilton using walk c407 [with] On my own [weather] Fine and breezy - It was not easy to find the few stones that mark the summit of this fell. Luckily I met someone else who was looking and we managed to find them together.

Chris Faulkner summited on August 15th, 2015 [from/via/route] From Hilton, Burton Fell and Mickle Fell. [with] Michelle Sandler [weather] Bright, sunny with showers - Bloody long day. Mountain littered with shells!!

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More Photographs & Pictures of views from, on or of Little Fell (Burton Fell)

Me with the very small summit cairn on Little Fell (Burton Fell)

Me with the very small summit cairn on Little Fell (Burton Fell)

Photo: Christine Shepherd (419)

Mickle Fell from Little Fell (Burton Fell)

Mickle Fell from Little Fell (Burton Fell)

Photo: Mark Kissipie (127)

Discarded ordnance on Little Fell (Burton Fell)

Discarded ordnance on Little Fell (Burton Fell)

Photo: Mark Kissipie (126)

Little Fell (Burton Fell) trig point

Little Fell (Burton Fell) trig point

Photo: Mark Kissipie (124)

Little Fell (Burton Fell) from the path to Mickle Fell

Little Fell (Burton Fell) from the path to Mickle Fell

Photo: Christine Shepherd (412)

Climbing Little Fell (Burton Fell) with the Vale of Eden and the Lake District beyond

Climbing Little Fell (Burton Fell) with the Vale of Eden and the Lake District beyond

Photo: Mark Kissipie (122)

Misleading Trig Point shaped cairn on Little Fell (Burton Fell)

Misleading Trig Point shaped cairn on Little Fell (Burton Fell)

Photo: Christine Shepherd (413)

Little Fell (Burton Fell) South East Top

Little Fell (Burton Fell) South East Top

Photo: Mark Kissipie (123)

Rebuilt Cairn on Little Fell (Burton Fell) but still very small

Rebuilt Cairn on Little Fell (Burton Fell) but still very small

Photo: Christine Shepherd (415)

Trig Point on Little Fell (Burton Fell)

Trig Point on Little Fell (Burton Fell)

Photo: Christine Shepherd (416)


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