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Little Fell (Lunds Fell) (Mallerstang)
667m (2189ft)

The Northern Dales Area, The Yorkshire Dales, North Yorkshire, England


Record Little Fell (Lunds Fell) (Mallerstang) as Bagged, Climbed & Conquered




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English Mountain
130th highest in England,
223rd in England & Wales

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English Nuttall
175th highest in England,
297th in England & Wales

Walk Little Fell (Lunds Fell) (Mallerstang) walking UK Mountains in The Northern Dales Area The Yorkshire Dales National Park North Yorkshire    England

Little Fell (Lunds Fell) (Mallerstang) Summit

Photo: Robert Hall

Little Fell (Lunds Fell) (Mallerstang) is on Ordnance Survey Maps:

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


OS Landranger Map 98
1:50,000 scale (Pink Covers)



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

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

Kevin Foster walked up on August 23rd, 2017 [from/via/route] Hugh Seat [with] By myself [weather] Sunny - Up to now it had been a fine walk on clear paths but to get the job done there was one more Nuttall to bag and unfortunately this one turned out to be the toughest part of the day. After returning to the fence line I dropped to the extremely boggy col before an easy pull up on grass slopes to the top of Little Fell with a surprise view down Cotterdale to Hawes! Sails did look slightly higher and not far so to satisfy my curiosity I followed the faint quad bike track over. I checked my OS locate app all the time and have to say that Sails at 666 is one metre lower and has a prominence of just 10 metres which doesn't make it as the top of Lunds Fell or even as a Nuttall. The exercise wasn't entirely pointless though as I crossed the watershed of the rivers Eden and Ure at Ure Head in the process. To get back on track I now headed West to a prominent cairn then NW to another prominent cairn at Outer Pike before making a very rough descent to Hell Gill bridge over pathless moor. The 3 mile return to the car at Outhgill was very pleasant in contrast, walking along Lady Anne's Highway looking back up at Hanging Stone Scar with the setting sun lighting up the cliff edge.....especially after what I had just done before!

Mark Davidson climbed on August 14th, 2008 [with] Mike [weather] Bit grey, dull and misty

Tony Rogerson bagged on July 23rd, 2016 [from/via/route] Shaw Paddock Sails Little Fell Knoutberry Currack Cotterdale The High Way [with] Darren Floss Robbie Ruby [weather] Warm Mostly sunny

Darren Mortimer hiked on December 6th, 2014 [from/via/route] Outhgill using walk c388 [with] Dermot Palmer [weather] Cold and windy with a blanket of mist. - This is a great walk (c388) but not much fun in the mist. Navigational skills and a good sat nav are essential when the weather is bad as it was for me. Also very tricky leaving High Seat and traveling over Mallerstang Crags when the ground is wet.

Christine Shepherd summited on June 16th, 2014 [from/via/route] Walked from Outhgill using walk c388 [with] On my own [weather] White cloud and a pleasant breeze.

Iain Taylor conquered on August 5th, 2012 [from/via/route] Outhgill (NY 78261 01543)

Ray O'Hara scaled on August 5th, 2012 [from/via/route] C388 [weather] Dry where I was, but a full blow electrical storm over nearby Great Shunner Fell & later Rogan's Seat. - The route from Hell Gill's Bridge up to Little Fell is one vast bog (NB. This was during the very wet summer of 2012 though Ed.). The ridge walk from Little Fell to High Seat was little better. One of the most unpleasant walks I've done. I didn't see another soul on the whole route, and I now understand why. Unless you're very keen to complete your Hewitts/Nuttalls, don't bother with this one.

Kate Colbrook, Matthew Thomas, Paul Booth and Trevor Williams have all walked, climbed & bagged Little Fell (Lunds Fell) (Mallerstang).

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

Little Fell (Lunds Fell) (Mallerstang) from a snowy Wild Boar Fell

Little Fell (Lunds Fell) (Mallerstang) from a snowy Wild Boar Fell

Photo: Mark Kissipie (1)

Mallerstang Edge, High Seat (Mallerstang), Archy Styrigg (Gregory Chapel), Hugh Seat, Little Fell (Lunds Fell) (Mallerstang) and Mallerstang Common from Swarth Fell in the snow

Mallerstang Edge, High Seat (Mallerstang), Archy Styrigg (Gregory Chapel), Hugh Seat, Little Fell (Lunds Fell) (Mallerstang) and Mallerstang Common from Swarth Fell in the snow

Photo: Robert Nicholls (12)

Little Fell (Lunds Fell) (Mallerstang) and Mallerstang Common from the lower slopes of Wild Boar Fell in the snow

Little Fell (Lunds Fell) (Mallerstang) and Mallerstang Common from the lower slopes of Wild Boar Fell in the snow

Photo: Robert Nicholls (1)

Little Fell (Lunds Fell) (Mallerstang) and Mallerstang Common from Wild Boar Fell in the snow

Little Fell (Lunds Fell) (Mallerstang) and Mallerstang Common from Wild Boar Fell in the snow

Photo: Robert Nicholls (2)

Beacon on Little Fell (Lunds Fell) (Mallerstang)

Beacon on Little Fell (Lunds Fell) (Mallerstang)

Photo: Robert Hall (50)


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