Grange Fell - Brund Fell

Grange Fell - Brund Fell Summit
Grange Fell - Brund Fell Summit

Walks By Keyword / Analysis: Brund Fell, Cumbria, Lake District

A Few Facts About Grange Fell - Brund Fell

Location -
Grange Fell is a small fell situated in the Borrowdale valley overlooking the villages of Grange in Borrowdale and Rosthwaite. The fell has a summit plateau which consist of many heather-covered hummocks drystone walls and clumps of trees. Alfred Wainwright credits Grange Fell as a single fell with three main summits namely Brund Fell, King's How and Ether Knott. Brund Fell has a rocky top and it's elevation is 415 metres (1,362 feet). Bill Birkett lists Brund Fell and King's How as separate fells in his “Complete Lakeland Fells” while Mark Richards includes all three.

Summit -
The main summit bears a number of rock tors protruding sharply from the heathery plateau. The view from the top of the fell is lovely.
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Hill / Mountain Class(s)
400-499 Metre Hill, Birkett, Central Fell, Fellranger, Synge, Tump, Wainwright

Hill / Mountain Details