As far as the fells go, I think I have a tendency to back the underdog, and true to form, here I go again. Despite what many other people say about the place, I for one really enjoy walking on Sallows. Probably because the summit itself is never the main attraction on a fell for me, when I say I enjoy walking on a fell, that includes everything from bottom to top.
It makes total sense when you're up here, but Sallows is usually included on a walk with Sour Howes. The walk between the two of them takes you across a nice undulating grassy ridge which is about as close to 'spending time on the tops' as you're going to get up here.
The top section of the fell between Garburn Nook and the summit, is nothing more than a short grassy walk. If you do a quick out and back from the top of the pass, this is a summit easily reached.