Wainwright - Outlying Fells

Latterbarrow Summit
Latterbarrow Summit
Stoneside Hill Summit
Stoneside Hill Summit
Great Stickle Trig Point
Great Stickle Trig Point
The Outlying Wainwrights are the hills in and around the Lake District National Park as described in Alfred Wainwrights book "The Outlying Fells of Lakeland".

This book differs from Wainwrights other Pictorial Guides in that each of its 56 chapters describes a walk sometimes taking in several summits rather than a single fell. The Outlying Fells do not form part of the 214 hills generally accepted as comprising the Wainwrights.

The highest three summits in "The Outlying Fells" listed by Wainwright are ...
  • Walna Scar 2,035 feet (620 m)
  • Black Combe 1,970 feet (600 m)
  • Great Yarlside 1,986 feet (605 m)
The lowest three summits in "The Outlying Fells" listed by Wainwright are ...
  • Humphrey Head 172 feet (52 m), of which Wainwright says "A fell it certainly is not, being a meagre 172 feet above the sea..."
  • Cartmel Fell/Raven's Barrow 500 feet (150 m)
  • Newton Fell South 585 feet (178 m)

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