Loughrigg Fell is a hill in the central part of the English Lake District. It stands on the end of the long ridge coming down from High Raise over Silver How towards Ambleside, and is separated from its neighbours by the depression of Red Bank.By using our Ambleside online tour itinerary planner, you can arrange your visit to Loughrigg Fell and other attractions in Ambleside.
Loughrigg Fell reviews
There is a good path most of the way up from Ambleside and the rest is well trodden. There are some steep areas so you need to be reasonably fit and if it’s raining or snowy it will get quite... more »
Not that difficult to walk. Allow about 4 hours so you can take your time. Make sure you have good footwear. Well worth it. Amazing views. Such a awarding walk. more »
Stunning walk up from Rydal cave. Excellent views and we'll deserved beer in Grasmere on this fantastic circular hike 😁
Lovely Fell with great views on a good day. Not too tough a climb compared to some of its near relatives. Great views of the water from the terrace and some interesting caves to find on the way up or down.
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