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Hallin Fell, Penrith

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Hiking Trail · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Hallin Fell is a hill in the English Lake District surrounded on three sides by Ullswater.

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  • Brilliant views and an easy climb to see all of Ullswater. Easy parking, but the lane down is very tight - takes some time as you have to keep stopping  more »
  • Hallin Fell is popular as it’s a quick hike, a bit steep but anyone with a minimal level of fitness would manage it. A nice way to reach it is via the Ullswater Steamers from Pooley Bridge getting...  more »
  • Short and steep for a great view. On a clear day you can see for miles. Can we windy on top. Parking ok but road and hairpins very narrow and not suitable for motorhomes. A lot of traffic at peak...  more »
  • The view is great. Good for younger kids.
  • Short walk from the ferry. nice views, what more to say? I would get the boat there. Take your teddy for the summit photo...
  • Outstanding views over Ullswater easy walk up to the cairn nice spot to stop and take in the views
  • Great view and great for families
  • Gorgeous view from the summit, short walk from Martindale church or a longer one through the bracken from the bottom.

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