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All reviews easy walk hill walk family walk worth the climb steamers coming down well worth the effort trig point ullswater steamer views are spectacular bit steep in places car park great walk short climb half mile walking boots st peters church
Great place for a family walk, beautiful scenery and you can make it an easy or hard walk depending on the route you take. Lovely to finish your walk at Howtown Cafe for a delicious lunch or afternoon tea.
Hallin Fell is known as the motorists fell and it’s easy to see why. A good amount of parking at St Peters Church and a steep, wide, grassy but short path to the top.
Great views from the top. Although it’s only a baby fell,...More
Great short walk park beside church about 15 spaces walk take approx. 25 to 30 mins to get to summit good path all the way from the top you get great views over Ullswater and surrounding fells well worth the effort.
The walk up is hard work, for me anyway, although you are rewarded by the best views in Ullswater. We did the walk late afternoon / evening and were the only walkers. Take care walking down when it has been raining. We loved it!!!
Great option for a hill walk when in the Ullswater Lake area. Steep ascent but well worth the effort for wonderful views north and south over the Lake.
We climbed Hallin as part of our walk from Glenridding to Howtown (Ullswater Way)........excellent walk and finished...More
Take the narrow and often busy Howtown road from Pooley Bridge and cross the final cattle grid by the steamer pier to climb the twisty and exciting narrow road up to Howtown Church.
Even on a busy bank holiday there is ample parking and from...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.