The following five 'Routes' buttons provide a list
of walked routes with grid references and distances, each one linked to
a pictoral guide
Similarily, these six 'Mountain'
buttons provide a list of mountains, each linked to a walk
The aim of this site is to provide you with a pictorial guide of walked
routes over all the mountains (mountain being 2,000ft+)
in England: Devon, Cornwall, Lake District, Yorkshire Dales, Pennines,
Peak District and The Cheviots.
Many of these walks include Tarns, Packhorse Bridges, Ancient Stones and
plus high fells that are slightly short of being called a mountain.
Some mountains have been mentioned more than once; offering an alternative
route to the top and down,
and to access other high fells along the way.
None of the routes involve ropes though, on occasion, some short distance
mild scrambling may be required.
For some, this site may provide memories of walks completed, and for
others, an insight of future walks, weather permitting.
Please pop back to view this site again as mountain and fell walks are
still being added.
Latest update is listed below, with link
links to other websites click here
Disclaimer: Whilst the author had no difficulty of access on
the routes described,
the inclusion of a walk on this site does not imply that a right of way exists
in every case.
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this site.
Please let me know via the email address above if you find any errors.
Author of website
Latest Update (1.7.11):
(Pen-y-ghent, Whernside, Ingleborough)
Meldon Hill (from Cow Green Reservoir)
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from you with any comments you may have on the site or questions on any of the
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