Hallin Fell is an ideal option for novice hikers due to its straightforward path and favourable terrain.
Hallin Fell walking down from Bonscale Pike
It is also situated at the southern end of Ullswater, making it one of the less crowded peaks, offering the chance to enjoy solitude at the summit.
From the top, you’ll be treated to breathtaking views of Ullswater below and the Martindale hills in the background.
Moreover, you can make the most of your trip by combining the hike with a scenic ride on the Ullswater Steamers.
The Hallin Fell route is relatively straightforward.
You can park your vehicle across from St. Peter’s Church and follow the broad, grassy trail directly to the top of the fell.
The summit is marked by a large cairn, although its height has been reduced over the years from its original 12 feet.
Another option for those seeking a more extended excursion is to take the steamer ferry from Glenridding or Pooley Bridge and disembark at Howtown Pier (Grid Ref NY 443 198).
From there, take the path that branches off to the right from the pier and runs along the lake shore towards the boat house.
At NY 440 198, turn left and follow the trail that runs along the base of Hallin Fell before finally connecting with the lane from Howtown to St. Peter’s Church.
Estimated Total Time: 4 hours (for ascent and descent)
Ideal for: Adults with moderate fitness levels and older and younger children can handle this route. The two adults pushing all-terrain pushchairs are also suitable for families with small children.
This guide should help you plan a safe, enjoyable, easy fell walk on Hallin Fell.
Remember to respect the environment and always put safety first. Happy hiking!
Disclaimer: Please note that every attempt has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information provided at the time of writing.However, it is essential to verify the information carefully before making any decisions based on the contents of this article.