This page indexes all my Lake District walks in the order they were completed. For a list of all the Wainwright Fells see the main fell index, of if you want detail on which fells are on which walk see the list of fells in the order I have bagged them. Finally the public transport destination page shows which walks are located in which area of the district.

Because I cannot use a car on this project, the start and end points of each can be reached by public transport. There is also, because I am this kind of person, a pub at the end of each walk.

There are now three sections to this page:

Main 214 fells

Walk One: Walla Crag (19th July 2009, 5 miles, 1071 feet of ascent, 1 fell)

Joe & I by the big bend of the River Derwent, below Castle Crag

Joe & I by the big bend of the River Derwent, below Castle Crag

Walk Two: Skiddaw via Longside Edge (20th July 2009, 7.6 miles, 3146 feet, 5 fells)

Walk Three: Buttermere to Braithwaite (23rd July 2009, 6.8 miles, 3323 feet, 6 fells)

Walk Four: Castle Crag [pictured] (24th July 2009, 3.5 miles, 824 feet, 1 fell)

Walk Five: Circuit of Scandale (9th September 2009, 11.7 miles, 3957 feet, 6 fells)

Walk Six: The Coniston Fells (north) (16th September 2009, 9.5 miles, 3818 feet, 4 fells)

Walk Seven: Garburn and Troutbeck (9th October 2009, 15.6 miles, 3117 feet, 3 fells)

Walk Eight: Loughrigg Fell and Silver How (5th November 2009, 5.8 miles, 2076 feet, 2 fells)

Walk Nine: Dodd (18th January 2010, 8.9 miles, 1771 feet, 1 fell)

Walk Ten: Langdale Pikes (13th February 2010, 8.7 miles, 2832 feet, 5 fells)

Walk Eleven: From Borrowdale to Thirlmere (2nd March 2010, 8.66 miles, 2279 feet, 3 fells)

Walk Twelve: The Ill Bell Ridge (9th April 2010, 14.5 miles, 3675 feet, 4 fells plus one of the Outlying Fells)

Fleetwith Pike

Fleetwith Pike, viewed from Haystacks

Walk Thirteen [pictured]: Honister and Haystacks (26th April 2010, 7.33 miles, 3100 feet, 4 fells)

Walk Fourteen: Haweswater and High Street (22nd May 2010, 15.5 miles, 3560 feet, 5 fells)

Walk Fifteen: The Whiteside – Grisedale Pike ridge (30th May 2010, 5.69 miles, 2674 feet, 3 fells).

Walk Sixteen: Pillar (31st May 2010, 10.2 miles, 4315 feet, 1 fell)

Walk Seventeen: The Wythop Valley (1st June 2010, 6.29 miles, 1782 feet, 2 fells)

Walk Eighteen: Thornthwaite Forest (3rd June 2010, 4.93 miles, 903 feet, 1 fell)

Walk Nineteen: The Glaramara ridge and Langstrath (4th June 2010, 11.7 miles, 3293 feet, 3 fells)

Walk Twenty: This was a two-day hike so is described in two parts:

  • Walk Twenty (A): Ravenglass to Wasdale Head (2nd July 2010, 12.8 miles, 3408 feet, 2 fells plus one of the Outlying Fells)
  • Walk Twenty (B): Scafell (3rd July 2010, 11 miles, 4191 feet, 3 fells)

Walk Twenty-One: Round Mungrisdale and Bannerdale (12th July 2010, 10.4 miles, 2509 feet, 3 fells)

Newlands Valley

Newlands Valley: Bleaberry Fell and High Seat are the fells on the horizon, Walla Crag just in front of them

Walk Twenty-Two: Above Rydal (9th August 2010, 3.32 miles, 1838 feet, 2 fells).

Walk Twenty-Three: Dunmail, Grisedale, Patterdale (19th August 2010, 6.35 miles, 2866 feet, 4 fells)

Walk Twenty-Four: The Fellbarrow range (1st September 2010, 6.95 miles, 1731 feet, 2 fells)

Walk Twenty-Five: Coniston Fells (south) (24th September 2010, 7.54 miles, 3035 feet, 3 fells)

Walk Twenty-Six: The Uldale Fells and Binsey (16th October 2010, 15.5 miles, 3448 feet, 6 fells)

Walk Twenty-Seven [pictured]: Causey Pike and Scar Crags (10th November 2010, 11.4 miles, 2785 feet, 2 fells)

Walk Twenty-Eight: The Far West (20th November 2010, 13.3 miles, 2971 feet, 3 fells)

Walk Twenty-Nine: Lingmoor Fell (6th January 2011, 9.1 miles, 2674 feet, 1 fell)

Walk Thirty: A Grasmere Round – Tarn Crag to Steel Fell (18th January 2011, 9.93 miles, 3074 feet, 5 fells)

View towards Raise

A view from the lakeside path between Sandwick and Patterdale. Must admit I am not completely sure of the identity of the fell in the background, but I thnk it is Raise.

Walk Thirty-One: The Lion and the Lamb (29th January 2011, 4.81 miles, 1441 feet, 2 fells)

Walk Thirty-Two [pictured]: Ullswater, South Shore (18th February 2011, 10.6 miles, 3218 feet, 2 fells)

Walk Thirty-Three: The Catbells – High Spy ridge (18th March 2011, 8.55 miles, 2544 feet, 3 fells)

Walk Thirty-Four: Esk Pike and Bowfell (19th March 2011, 8.87 miles, 3145 feet, 2 fells)

Walk Thirty-Five: Mardale and Kentmere (2nd April 2011, 17.8 miles, 3552 feet, 4 fells)

Walk Thirty-Six: Fairfield (4th June 2011, 7.83 miles, 2922 feet, 6 fells).

Walk Thirty-Seven: The Loweswater Fells (West) (11th June 2011, 11.54 miles, 2557 feet, 3 fells).

Walk Thirty-Eight: Mickleden (30th June 2011, 7.66 miles, 2821 feet, 2 fells).

Walk Thirty-Nine: Nethermost and Dollywaggon Pikes (21st July 2011, 8.02 miles, 3354 feet, 2 fells).

Walk Forty: Devoke Water and Green Crag (23rd July 2011, 13.36 miles, 2373 feet, 1 fell plus one of the Outlying Fells).

Walk Forty-One: Bleaberry Fell (25th July 2011, 6.09 miles, 1489 feet, 2 fells [note that one of these had already been bagged on a different walk]).

Walk Forty-Two: Penrith to Howtown (18th August 2011, 13.8 miles, 2726 feet, 5 fells).

Walk Forty-Threewas another two-day hike:

Church near Clappersgate.

Church near Clappersgate, on the final walk back to Ambleside through the downpour that ended walk 44.

Walk Forty-Four [pictured]: Holme Fell and Black Fell (16th September 2011, 13.96 miles, 2900 feet, 2 fells).

Walk Forty-Five: Ullscarf (7th October 2011, 9.69 miles, 2475 feet, 2 fells).

Walk Forty-Six: Grasmoor (28th October 2011, 8.92 miles, 3566 feet, 2 fells).

Walk Forty-Seven: Helvellyn (2nd December 2011, 7.36 miles, 3372 feet, 5 fells).

Walk Forty-Eight: Around Glencoyne (13th January 2012, 6.72 miles, 2529 feet, 3 fells)

Walk Forty-Nine: Blencathra (14th January 2012, 6.56 miles, 2339 feet, 2 fells)

Walk Fifty: Threlkeld to Bassenthwaite (16th January 2012, 12.55 miles, 3029 feet, 2 fells)

Walk Fifty-One: Great Dodd and Clough Head (7th February 2012, 7.3 miles, 2699 feet, 2 fells)

Walk Fifty-Two: The Lord’s Seat range (1st March 2012, 8.32 miles, 2103 feet, 4 fells)

Scafell Pike and Great Gable

Scafell Pike (left, in snow) and Great Gable, from Hindscarth

Walk Fifty-Three: Longsleddale (12th March 2012, 16.1 miles, 3426 feet, 2 fells.)

Walk Fifty-Four [pictured]: Dale Head and Newlands (13th April 2012, 11.41 miles, 4242 feet, 5 fells.)

Walk Fifty-Five: Around Martindale (5th May 2012, 10.5 miles, 3150 feet, 5 fells)

Walk Fifty-Six: The Summit of England (19th May 2012, 12.47 miles, 4167 feet, 3 fells)

Walk Fifty-Seven: Ambleside to Troutbeck (20th May 2012, 4.29 miles, 1585 feet, 1 fell)

Walk Fifty-Eight: The Minor North-Eastern Fells (2nd July 2012, 8.09 miles, 2736 feet, 3 fells)

Walk Fifty-Nine: Caldbeck Fells (25th July 2012, 14.85 miles, 2782 feet, 3 fells)

Walk Sixty was my third and final two-day hike:

  • Walk Sixty(A): The High Stile range (28th July 2012, 12.9 miles, 3600 feet, 5 fells)
  • Walk Sixty(B): Great Gable and Satellites (29th July 2012, 6.49 miles, 3019 feet, 4 fells)

Walk Sixty-One: Catstycam and Birkhouse Moor (14th August 2012, 6.97 miles, 2549 feet, 2 fells)

Walk Sixty-Two: Seatallan and satellites (20th August 2012, 14.23 miles, 3573 feet, 3 fells)

Clare and Joe approaching Harter Fell

Clare and Joe approaching Harter Fell (walk 63)

Walk Sixty-Three [pictured]: Eskdale and Hardknott (22nd August 2012, 10.36 miles, 3053 feet, 2 fells)

Walk Sixty-Four: Upper Eskdale, Crinkle Crags and Langdale (23rd August 2012, 11.97 miles, 4079 feet, 3 fells)

Walk Sixty-Five: Three valleys: Wet Sleddale, Mosedale and Swindale (31st August 2012, 14.8 miles, 2650 feet, 2 fells)

Walk Sixty-Six: Above Kirkstone (15th September 2012, 7.87 miles, 2325 feet, 2 fells)

Walk Sixty-Seven: Loweswater Fells (East) (17th October 2012, 9.28 miles, 2796 feet, 2 fells)

Walk Sixty-Eight: Stonethwaite to Grasmere (10th November 2012, 8.1 miles, 2249 feet, 2 fells)

Walk Sixty-Nine: Above the Thirlmere Dam (24th November 2012, 8.47 miles, 2745 feet, 3 fells)

Walk Seventy: The Last Waltz: Lonscale Fell and Latrigg (4th January 2013, 7.81 miles, 2507 feet, 2 fells)

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Outlying Fells

Walk 70 brought to an end the project to climb all the 214 fells in the 7-volume Pictorial Guide, but there were ways to continue some sort of association with the Lake District – and Wainwright – by then picking up the 116 summits mentioned in his supplementary ‘Book 8’, The Outlying Fells (see this page for more details).

Walk Seventy-One: Potter Fell (4th June 2013, 8.67 miles, 1935 feet, 4 summits)

View from Humphrey Head

Looking north-east from the Outdoor Centre at the north end of Humphrey Head (walk 72)

Walk Seventy-Two: Round Grange-over-Sands (8th July 2013, 11.4 miles approx, 1200 feet approx, 3 summits)

Walk Seventy-Three: Miterdale circuit (14th August 2013, 12.88 miles, 2698 feet, 4 summits [2 had already been bagged on an earlier walk])

Walk Seventy-Four: Black Combe (11th October 2013, 8.91 miles, 2326 feet, 3 summits)

Walk Seventy-Five: Finsthwaite Heights (28th October 2013, 5 miles approx, 900 feet approx, 1 summit)

Walk Seventy-Six: Claife Heights and Latterbarrow (29th October 2013, 5.5 miles approx. 1000 feet approx, 2 summits)

Walk Seventy-Seven: Scout Scar (24th December 2013, 7.5 miles approx, 1000 feet approx, 2 summits)

Walk Seventy-Eight: On Blawith Common (17th January 2014, 8.85 miles, 1996 feet, 5 summits)

Wall heading up to Little Yalrside

The wall heading up from Wasdale Mouth to Little Yarlside (walk 80)

Walk Seventy-Nine: Caermote Hill and Binsey (4th February 2014, 7 miles approx, 1300 feet approx, 3 summits [1 bagged for a second time])

Walk Eighty: The Wasdale Horseshoe [pictured] (11th March 2014, 10 miles approx, 1600 feet approx, 4 summits)

Walk Eighty-One: Three valleys, revisited (14th April 2014, 14.5 miles, 2350 feet, 5 summits)

Walk Eighty-Two: Dunnerdale Horseshoe (6th May 2014, 12 miles approx, 2000 feet approx, 6 summits)

Walk Eighty-Three: Round Windermere town and Bowness (29th May 2014, 6.82 miles, 1265 feet, 5 summits [1 bagged for the second time])

Walk Eighty-Four: Ullswater, east end (28th June 2014, 9.62 miles, 2404 feet, 5 summits [3 bagged for the second time])

Walk Eighty-Five: Whit Fell (7th August 2014, 15.1 miles, 2619 feet, 5 summits)

Walk Eighty-Six [pictured]: Around Newby Bridge (23rd August 2014, 11.7 miles, 2121 feet, 3 summits)

Walk Eighty-Seven: Kentmere (5th September 2014, 16.6 miles, 3427 feet, 4 summits [2 for the second time])

Walk Eighty-Eight: The Lowther Valley (15th October 2014; 14 miles approx, 1000 feet approx, 1 summit)

Walk Eighty-Nine: The Naddle Horseshoe (13th November 2014, 7 miles approx, 1400 feet approx, 7 summits).

Walk Ninety: Ulverston to Kirkby — a Cumbria Way excursion (29th December 2014, 15 miles approx, 1500 feet approx, 3 summits [2 for the second time] — pictured)

Hills above Ulverston

The hills above Ulverston: Hoad Hill with the monument on, Flan Hill nearer the camera.

Walk Ninety-One: From Eskdale to the Duddon Valley (2nd January 2015, 14.7 miles, 3160 feet, 5 summits)

Walk Ninety-Two: A Cockermouth round (24th January 2015, 11.5 miles approx, 1400 feet approx, 3 summits)

Walk Ninety-Three: The Bannisdale Horseshoe (10th March 2015, 17.5 miles, 2600 feet, 9 summits)

Walk Ninety-FourScales to Caldbeck (8th April 2015, 14.25 miles approx, 3050 feet approx, 4 summits [3 bagged for a second time])

Walk Ninety-Five: Winster Valley and Whitbarrow (10th April 2015, 9 miles approx, 1200 feet approx, 3 summits)

Walk Ninety-Six: Dow Crag and Walna Scar (1st May 2015, 7.65 miles, 2559 feet, 2 summits [1 for the second time])

Kentmere valley from High Knott

Looking north from the ascent of High Knott, to the Kentmere valley. Joe on his way up.

Walk Ninety-Seven (pictured): Above Staveley (23rd May 2015, 6.83 miles, 1330 feet, 3 summits)

Walk Ninety-Eight: Grizedale Forest (9th July 2015, 13.9 miles, 2287 feet, 5 summits)

Walk Ninety-Nine: Caw, from Coniston (16th July 2015, 13.7 miles, 3102 feet, 4 summits [1 for the second time]).

Walk One Hundred: The Western fringe and Blengdale (15th September 2015, 13 miles approx, 1600 feet approx, 2 summits).

Walk One Hundred and One: Devoke Water revisited (16th September 2015, 12 miles approx, 2000 feet approx, 4 summits).

Walk One Hundred and Two: Seat Robert and the Crookdale Fells (13th October 2015, 20.2 miles, 2880 feet, 9 summits [1 for the second time]).

Walk One Hundred and Three: Flat Fell and Dent (21st November 2015, 7.25 miles, 1300 feet, 2 summits).

Wild red deer

Wild red deer on Seat Robert, walk 102.

Second round walks

Walk 103 was the last one to bag fells on my first round. However, as I will complete a second round, on we go. All walks listed from this point don’t include any first round bags. Beyond this point, note that all figures for mileage and ascent are approximate.

Walk 104A: Silver How and Loughrigg Terrace (17th August 2015, 5.5 miles, 1400 feet, 1 summit).

Walk 104B: Loughrigg Fell from Rydal (5th September 2015, 4 miles, 1000 feet, 1 summit).

Walk 105: Around Greenhead Gill (15th January 2016, 6.5 miles, 2450 feet, 4 summits).

Walk 106: Wythop revisited (18th February 2016, 7 miles, 1800 feet, 2 summits).

Towards Buttermere

Looking towards the Buttermere fells (High Stile and Red Pike are the two in snow) — walk 107

Walk 107 (pictured): Hindscarth and Dale Head (7th March 2016, 10.75 miles, 2600 feet, 2 summits)

Walk 108: Gillercomb horseshoe (28th March 2016, 8.25 miles, 2770 feet, 4 summits)

Walk 109: Staveley, revisited (12th April 2016, 10.5 miles, 2500 feet, 6 summits).

Walk 110: Blencathra via Hall’s Fell (23rd May 2016, 4.75 miles, 2550 feet, 1 summit).

Walk 111: The Buck Barrows and Black Combe (4th June 2016, 14 miles, 3250 feet, 5 summits).

Walk 112: Langdale Pikes, revisited (21st June 2016, 5.1 miles, 2600 feet, 5 summits)

Walk 113: Grisedale (13th July 2016, 9 miles, 3050 feet, 2 summits)

Troutbeck Valley

View of the Troutbeck valley, from the Garburn Road. Walk 115 comes down the ridge on the right hand side of the picture.

Walk 114: Tarn Hows to Far Sawrey (23rd July 2016, 9.5 miles, 1500 feet, 3 summits)

Walk 115 [pictured]: High Street and Ill Bell (5th August 2016, 15.25 miles, 3950 feet, 7 summits).

Walk 116: Hopegill Head and Whiteside (15th August 2016, 7.75 miles, 2740 feet, 2 summits)

Walk 117: Mosedale Cottage marathon (7th and 8th September 2016, 21 miles [over two days], 3500 feet, 11 summits).

Walk 118: Carl Side and Dodd Wood (29th September 2016, 8.25 miles, 2600 feet, 2 summits).

Walk 119: Whitbarrow and Newton Fell (25th October 2016, 8.5 miles, 1600 feet, 2 summits).

Mickleden in frost

Looking up Mickleden: Pike o’Stickle prominent. Taken on walk 121.

Walk 120: Dove Crag — the first Wainwright walk (5th November 2016, 11 miles, 2500 feet, 3 summits).

Walk 121 [pictured]: Bowfell, via the Band (25th November 2016, 6.25 miles, 2700 feet, 1 summit).

Walk 122: Hampsfell and Humphrey Head (17th December 2016, 8.5 miles, 1050 feet, 2 summits).

Walk 123: Mountain View to Dungeon Ghyll (2nd January 2017, 9.5 miles, 3000 feet, 3 summits).

Walk 124: Pooley Bridge to the Mell Fells (6th February 2017, 8 miles, 2750 feet, 3 summits).

Walk 125: Derwentwater, west shore (18th March 2017, 8 miles, 900 feet, 1 summit).

Walk 126: A Braithwaite round (7th April 2017, 8.5 miles, 3150 feet, 5 summits).

Seathwaite valley

Spring in the Seathwaite valley, looking up Grains Gill (walk 128)

Walk 127: Dent and Grike (17th April 2017, 12.75 miles, 2900 feet, 3 summits).

Walk 128 [pictured]: Great Gable and Sty Head (2nd May 2017, 9 miles, 2800 feet, 1 summit).

Walk 129: Easdale (26th May 2017, 9.75 miles, 2500 feet, 3 summits).

Walk 130: Scout Scar revisited (24th June 2017, 6.75 miles, 1000 feet, 2 summits).

Walk 131: Hard Knott and Cold Pike (25th July 2017, 10.2 miles, 3000 feet, 2 summits).

Walk 132: A Coniston round (26th July 2017, 6.75 miles, 2550 feet, 2 summits).

Walk 133: Coniston to Eskdale (28th July 2017, 13.25 miles, 3600 feet, 4 summits).

Joe and the Old Man

Joe and the Old Man (of Coniston), picture taken on walk 135.

Walk 134: Blake Fell, from the west (31st July 2017, 15.2 miles, 2900 feet, 2 summits).

Walk 135 (pictured): Coniston Water (9th August 2017, 10.6 miles, 2000 feet, 3 summits).

3 Responses to “A list of the walks”

  1. Neil Dyson said

    on the summaries on the home page you list the start and finish distance and ascent total but it would be great if you listed the total of summits bagged on each walk. Great site

    Neil dyson

    • Drew Whitworth said

      Dear Neil, thanks for the comment. I have been thinking for a while the various indices are all a bit untidy and I should reconcile them into one, or at most 2. I will try to find time to do this soon.

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