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Parking spaces, Cold Fell, junction for Wilton and Hale
This is another out of the way spot, in this case found on the far western edge of the Lake District. Some of the most secluded and peaceful walking in the Lake District can be had from this spot. The most well known fell in this area is Lank Rigg, although those of an adventurous disposition could make their way up to the Caw Fell ridge.

The number of walks to choose from is 6

30th April 2016
  4 fells in the far west - Caw Fell to Grike 13.5 mile about 3100 ft
Cold Fell Road - Monks Bridge - Tongue How - Intake Works - Caw Fell - below Iron Crag - Whoap - Lank Rigg - Whoap - Black Pots - Crag Fell - Grike - Blakeley Moss - Cold Fell Road
 

14th July 2015
  An evening around the side of Lank Rigg 5.3 mile 500 ft
Cold Fell Road - River Calder - Tongue How - around the southern side of Lank Rigg - and back via Monks Bridge
 

21st May 2012
  Lank Rigg and Latter Barrow after work 6.2 mile 1400 ft
Cold Fell Road - Friar Well - River Calder - Tongue How - Boat How - Lank Rigg - Lankrigg Tarn - Poukes Moss - Latter Barrow - River Calder - Monks Bridge - Friar Well - Cold Fell Road
 

28th May 2010
  In the middle of nowhere behind Lank Rigg 8.3 mile 1960 ft
Cold Fell Road - River Calder - Tongue How - Worm Gill - Intake Works - Red Gill - Lank Rigg - Beck Grains - Caplecrag Beck - River Calder - Cold Fell Road
 

3rd October 2008
  Lank Rigg and Latter Barrow 6.2 mile 1600 ft
Cold Fell Road - Friar Gill - Tongue How - Boat How - Lank Rigg - Poukes Moss - Latter Barrow - Monks Bridge - Friar Gill - Cold Fell Road
 

4th July 2004
  Lank Rigg, Latter Barrow, River Calder and a forgotten bridge. 5.9 mile 1526 ft
Friar Gill - River Calder - Tongue How - Boat How - Lank Rigg - Poukes Moss - Latter Barrow - River Calder - Monks Bridge - Friar Gill
 

 



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