ChallengesPeak Bagging: The Wainwrights Lakeland Fells
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Peak Bagging: The Wainwrights Lakeland Fells
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The Wainwrights Lakeland Fells appear in the series of seven guidebooks created by Alfred Wainwright. They are not all hills or summits; some are just prominent points at the end of a ridge or spur from a higher mountain. This list does not include the Outlying Fells as (Class=WO).
Peak bagging or hill bagging is a fantastic pastime for walkers, hikers and climbers. It is a leisurely sport and not recommended to be rushed! Enjoy the journey to reach each summit climbed - it is not a race!
It should be noted that some of these peaks require a good technical ability, so care should be taken when preparing for these summit attempts. Additionally, the inclusion of a summit on our site may not always mean the hill is accessible. Some summits may be on private land with no public right of way or open access. Landowner permission must be sought before accessing a hill on private land. Access rights in Scotland are separate from the rest of the UK.