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Sale Fell

Sale Fell, measuring only 359 meters in height, is a minor peak among the hills in the Lake District.


Coniferous plantation on north-east slope of Sale Fell - geograph.org.uk - 3299118Coniferous plantation on north-east slope of Sale Fell


Yet, despite its tiny stature, it offers stunning panoramic views of Bassenthwaite Lake and the northern mountains from its summit.


As a result, it is a favoured destination for locals seeking a leisurely Sunday hike, with a simple and well-defined trail that can be easily navigated.


To begin, enter through the gate located at Grid Ref NY 191 302 and take the trail that runs behind and above St Margaret’s Church.


The trail continues through an ancient gate along a wall. At Grid Ref NY 186 265, the path splits and taking the left option will guide you to the peak.


Estimated Total Time: 1 ½ hours – 2 hours (for ascent and descent)


Ideal for: Individuals with moderate physical fitness, All-terrain strollers, and Young children.


This guide should help you plan a safe, enjoyable, easy fell walk on Sale 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.

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