Hallin Fell (Lake District) Reviews
Description:Mountain in Lake District, Height 388m/1,271 feet
Newest Review: ... and that it is thin, winding and lined by paint scratching dry stone walls. There is also a hair raising zigzag road that leads from the lake shore up to the beginning of the track. For nervous drivers, or for those wishing to make a day of it, the Howtown jetty of the Ullswater steamer service is only around a half mile walk from Hawes. Anyone willing to add a little extra climbing to their ... more
Customer Hallin Fell (Lake District) Reviews (1)
by - written on 20/10/09 (Very useful, 185 readings)
I have been a keen walker since I was four years old, when my parents put me in a pair of Save the Elephant wellies and took me marsh hopping in the Yorkshire Dales. To this day, I would say that there is nothing I get a greater kick from than being outdoors, mountain climbing, horizon chasing, stream jumping and downhill running. In the development of this is a passion, Hallin Fell is a Lakeland fell that occupies a special place in my affections. It is what I would describe as having been my first real mountain. What? Hallin Fell is one of that group of summits that could be described as a mountain more in heart than in height. Poised midway down ... Read the complete review
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