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Steep walk up totally worth it for the view across Ullswater. A nice short loop for a taste of walking starting from the car parking opposite Martindale Church. Good trainers or similar sufficient footwear when the weather/ground is good.
We reached there by 5pm [parked at the church]. We have a 4 year old and 8 year old. It took us 30 minutes to reach to the Top of the Mountain. It was worth the Hype as it has probably the best view of...More
We parked in the church car park and climbed Hallin Fell with a four year old and a six year old. Their first 'mountain'! It was just the right length of climb to feel like you've achieved something when you get to the top without...More
My husband has been hiking for a while but this mine and our 4 year olds son 1st hill walk
I wasn’t sure he would make it all the way but he did, kept him interested by getting to see the “secret chair” at the...More
The new 'Ullswater Way' runs around the base of Hallin Fell, by the lake of Ullswater. To get to the top you have to go inland, from the road on the south side of Ullswater (or the steamer on the lake to Howtown) and climb...More
Ultimate happy feeling reaching the top on a sunny day, seeing little sailing boats on the lake, Pooley bridge on one end and Glenridding on the other. We climbed down and walked to Howtown where you can get a steamer, so perfectly located mountain. Who...More
Absolutly beautiful walk with picturesque views. We parked opposite st Peters church on the gravel and walked straight up! We had lovely weather but I recommend grippy comfy shoes as it is very steep in places. We walked with our dog and 10 month old...More
Parked on the left beside the Church before starting the walk opposite. It is a fairly steep climb to the top but the surface is even on well trodden grass. It took me just over 20 minutes to go up but obviously quicker coming down....More
You can park by Martindale church (free but not a huge car park) or in Pooley/Glenridding/Aira force and then take one of the steamers to Howtown to walk up Hallin Fell - it's practically a 360 panorama from the top, well... More
You can park by Martindale church (free but not a huge car park) or in Pooley/Glenridding/Aira force and then take one of the steamers to Howtown to walk up Hallin Fell - it's practically a 360 panorama from the top, well worth the climb on a clear day. Enjoy.