Saturday, 1 July 2000

Bleaberry Fell

Bleaberry Fell over Low Moss
Height: 590m (1,936ft)
Prominence: 42m (2,992ft)
Region: Central Fells
Classifications: Dewey, Wainwright, Birkett
Summit feature: Cairn & windshelter
Times climbed: 1
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Bleaberry Fell's impressive cairn and view
What Wainwright said:

"Bleaberry Fell terminates the central ridge to the north, appearing as a lofty dome overlooking the Keswick to Penrith gap. Bleaberry Fell is a superb viewpoint, ideally situated long and lazy contemplation of a beautiful panorama"

Bleaberry Fell stands on the main watershed between Borrowdale and Thirlmere. It is the northernmost top on the ridge that separates the valleys containing the lakes of Derwentwater and Thirlmere.

Bleaberry Fell's central position is rewarded by a fine all-round view, all of the major fell groups being visible.

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