The century reached: Place Fell is number 100

February 19, 2011

Wild deer, and The Nab

Wild deer pictured in front of The Nab (part of the Martindale deer forest)

On a cloudy but OK day, on which I saw a lot of Ullswater, several other walkers and some wild deer (pictured), I reached a significant milestone: fell number 100 by the rules of this project. That fell was Place Fell, and I also bagged the miniature Hallin Fell too. Read about this and look at my photos on the walk 32 page and the two other pages linked here.

I haven’t got access to Memory Map until Tuesday so don’t know yet the figures for the length of the walk and the total ascent. I may have just made it past the 300-mile mark as well, but I will confirm this in a few days. What is undeniable is that I have now done 101 of the 214 Wainwrights; thus have 113 to go. The next milestone is #107: the halfway point.

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