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Sale Fell and Ling Fell.

Sale Fell and Ling Fell.


Postby A Drunken Taffer » Mon Mar 05, 2018 3:50 pm

Wainwrights included on this walk: Ling Fell, Sale Fell

Date walked: 05/03/2018

Time taken: 1.5

Distance: 7 km

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Sale Fell and Ling Fell

Decided to do a shorter walk today and pick up two of the smaller Wainwrights left on the list.

I parked up by Brumston Bridge and followed the path along to the farmhourse before cutting up and onto Sale Fell. I followed the path up along the fence line until nearing the summit when I cut left and up to the summit proper. I then carried on straight across the summit following the path leading around and down to the road again.

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From here I decided to walk the short distance on the road to the start of Ling Fell's Corpse Road. I followed this along the side of the fell, before following the path cutting up to the summit. After this I again followed the path leading straight off the summit and descended to the track leading back to the Corpse Road entrance. From here it was a simple walk back along the road to the car.

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A nice easy walk this morning with warm sunny weather which helped greatly.

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