Walk c304 Beda Head and Place Fell from Howtown

Superb views of Ullswater


Route outline for walk c304:

- St Peter's Church  -   Howtown  -   Howegrain Beck  -   Christy Bridge  -   Beda Head (Beda Fell)  -   Martindale Common  -   Angletarn Pikes  -   Angle Tarn (Martindale)  -   Boredale Hause  -   Steel Edge  -   Place Fell  -   High Dodd (Sleet Fell)  -   Sandwick  -   Hallinhag Wood  -   Geordies Crag  -   Hallin Fell  -   Howtown.




Peak Bagging Statistics for this walk:

hewitt
1
English
Mountain
Wainwright
4
Wainwrights
 English Nuttall
1
English
Nuttall
Dewey
3
English
Deweys
Wainwright Outlying Fell
0
Wainwright
Outlying Fells
marilyn
2
Marilyns
Bridget
0
Bridgets

The highest point of this walk is Place Fell at 657m (2156ft). Place Fell is classified as an English Mountain (Hewitt) (137th highest in England, 239th highest in England & Wales) and a Wainwright (No. 108). Place Fell is also known as an English Nuttall (185th in England, 319th in England & Wales). Place Fell is classified as a Marilyn (44th highest in England, 680th highest in the UK).

Completing this walk also take you to the top of Angletarn Pikes, 567m (1861ft). Angletarn Pikes is classified as a Wainwright (No. 143). Angletarn Pikes is also known as an English Dewey (45th in England, 99th in England & Wales)

You will also reach the summit of Beda Head (Beda Fell), 509m (1671ft). Beda Head (Beda Fell) is classified as a Wainwright (No. 170). Beda Head (Beda Fell) is also known as an English Dewey (161st in England, 369th in England & Wales)

Along the way you will also bag High Dodd (Sleet Fell), 501m (1644ft) - an English Dewey (177th in Eng, 414th Eng & Wal) and Hallin Fell 388m (1273ft) .


For more details about what constitutes a Mountain and Mountain & Hill Classifications see: Peaks & Mountains.

For more details about peak bagging and how to record your achievements see: Peak Bagging.


This walk is on Ordnance Survey Maps:

OS Explorer Map OL5
1:25,000 scale (Orange Covers)

OS Landranger Map 90
1:50,000 scale (Pink Covers)


Some Photos and Pictures from Walk c304 Beda Head and Place Fell from Howtown

In no particular order . . .

Steve and Andrew on Beda Head (Beda Fell)

Steve and Andrew on Beda Head (Beda Fell)

Photo: Julie Graham (1)

Sandwick and Ullswater from High Dodd (Sleet Fell)

Sandwick and Ullswater from High Dodd (Sleet Fell)

Photo: Stephen Collins (26)

Early Morning Mist nr Hartsop Village with The Angletarn Pikes and Place Fell in the background

Early Morning Mist nr Hartsop Village with The Angletarn Pikes and Place Fell in the background

Photo: Chris Haselden (8)

St Peter's Church, Howtown

St Peter's Church, Howtown

Photo: Stephen Collins (14)

Brothers Water from Angletarn Pikes

Brothers Water from Angletarn Pikes

Photo: Stephen Collins (19)

Patterdale and Glenridding from Place Fell

Patterdale and Glenridding from Place Fell

Photo: David Hayter (125)

Ullswater from Hallin Fell

Ullswater from Hallin Fell

Photo: Ian Mansell (7)

Angletarn Pikes summit

Angletarn Pikes summit

Photo: Stephen Collins (20)

Hallin Fell and Ullswater from High Dodd (Sleet Fell)

Hallin Fell and Ullswater from High Dodd (Sleet Fell)

Photo: Stephen Collins (25)

Waternook, Howtown and Ullswater with Bonscale Pike beyond from near Geordie's Crag

Waternook, Howtown and Ullswater with Bonscale Pike beyond from near Geordie's Crag

Photo: Matt Delemare (13)


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