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Wild Boar Fell
708m (2323ft)

The Northern Dales Area, The Yorkshire Dales, Cumbria, England


Record Wild Boar Fell as Bagged, Climbed & Conquered




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English Mountain
99th highest in England,
165th in England & Wales

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English Nuttall
122nd highest in England,
206th in England & Wales

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English Marilyn
29th highest in England,
573rd in Great Britain

Walk Wild Boar Fell walking UK Mountains in The Northern Dales Area The Yorkshire Dales National Park Cumbria    England

The view from the summit of Wild Boar Fell

Photo: Mark Kissipie

Wild Boar Fell 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)



Wild Boar Fell is on Peak Bagging Map & Hill Tick List:

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




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

David Congreave walked up on November 3rd, 2018 [from/via/route] Cotegill Bridge [with] Jonah [weather] Windy and wild.

Kevin Foster climbed on August 24th, 2017 [from/via/route] Minor road to Uldale [with] Henry [weather] Cloudy with rain on summit - An interesting line of approach from Uldale, first following along the wall beside Needlehouse Gill, then Grains Gill, before heading NE over pathless grassy moor to eventually reach Sand tarn. As the cloud had dropped and light showers had set in I decided to have an early lunch break. My mood dropped even further (like the clouds) when the light rain turned heavy for a time and I almost decided to call it a day at this point. However, minutes later the wind was blowing the clouds away and revealing glimpses of the views so I persevered and after a short climb to the summit plateau I made my way to the OS trig and wind shelter marking the fell top. I didn't hang around and made my way across the soggy plateau to the line of stone men and wind shelter marking the vertical edge of High White Scar. After lingering here for a few minutes the cloud lifted just enough to give me a few tantalising glimpses of the Mallerstang valley below. I took the good path heading South and my mood lifted even further as I dropped below the cloud and I could see my next objective ahead Swarth Fell.

Mark Davidson bagged on January 4th, 2003 [with] Mike [weather] Lovely sunny winter day with lots of snow

Tony Rogerson hiked on May 20th, 2016 [from/via/route] Cotegill Bridge The Nab Wild Boar Fell Swarth Fell Swarth Fell Pike [with] Darren Floss Robbie Ruby [weather] Low cloud wind and showers

Peter Brent summited on September 6th, 2015 [from/via/route] Little Ing Farm, Hazelgill, High Dolphinsty, The Nab and return [with] Myself [weather] Very Good and sunny - Absolutely stunning views, would really recommend, and its not that difficult.

Darren Wilson conquered on May 16th, 2009 [from/via/route] Wild Boar Fell, Garsdale Head, Swarth Fell, Hellgill Force [with] Crabs

Darren Mortimer scaled on November 2nd, 2014 [from/via/route] The Thrang [with] Dermot Palmer [weather] Windy and sunny.

Christine Shepherd walked up on May 19th, 2014 [from/via/route] Walked from Cotegill Bridge using walk c282 [with] On my own [weather] Lovely sunshine but a bit hazy and very windy on top.

John Almond climbed on December 11th, 2012 [from/via/route] Cotegill Bridge car parking area, B6259 - Aisgill farm - Mallerstang Common - The Nab - summit trig point - Swarth Fell - descending alongside Far Cote Gill to Cotegill Bridge [weather] Fine - sunny with light clouds

David Norman bagged on July 20th, 2013 [from/via/route] Garsdale via Swarth Fell [with] Friends of Dales Rail [weather] Dry/Warm and overcast with occasional sunny intervals

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More Photographs & Pictures of views from, on or of Wild Boar Fell

Topdog hikers on Wild Boar Fell

Topdog hikers on Wild Boar Fell

Photo: Stewart Green (8)

Snow on Wild Boar Fell from Mallerstang

Snow on Wild Boar Fell from Mallerstang

Photo: Michael Hall (1)

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)

Wild Boar Fell from Swarth Fell in the snow

Wild Boar Fell from Swarth Fell in the snow

Photo: Robert Nicholls (10)

The Howgill Fells from Wild Boar Fell in the snow

The Howgill Fells from Wild Boar Fell in the snow

Photo: Robert Nicholls (6)

Mallerstang Edge, High Seat (Mallerstang), Archy Styrigg (Gregory Chapel) and Hugh Seat across Mallerstang Common from Wild Boar Fell in the snow

Mallerstang Edge, High Seat (Mallerstang), Archy Styrigg (Gregory Chapel) and Hugh Seat across Mallerstang Common from Wild Boar Fell in the snow

Photo: Robert Nicholls (3)

Wild Boar Fell summit in the snow

Wild Boar Fell summit in the snow

Photo: Robert Nicholls (5)

The Howgills from Wild Boar Fell in the snow

The Howgills from Wild Boar Fell in the snow

Photo: Robert Nicholls (7)

The Mallerstang Valley from The Nab, Wild Boar Fell

The Mallerstang Valley from The Nab, Wild Boar Fell

Photo: Mark Kissipie (2)

Nine Standards Rigg and upper Mallerstang Common from<br>Wild Boar Fell in the snow

Nine Standards Rigg and upper Mallerstang Common from
Wild Boar Fell in the snow

Photo: Robert Nicholls (4)


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