Junction 36

You’ll see Farleton Fell as you are coming off the M6 at Junction 36 on your way to Millbrook. Most people know it as the first fell you see when you get to the Lake District, that’s when you know you are officially in the Lakes in our eyes!

Hutton Roof Crags and Newbiggin Crags

Start your walk by parking nearby at Holme Park Farm, passing the horses in the field next to the road, there is the short walk through Hutton Roof Crags, taking in the unique structures of limestone around you whilst you make your way to Newbiggin Crags. On a clear day, you will be able to see Ingleborough in the distance. As you can see from our pictures, it wasn’t as clear as we’d hoped when we went, but we are in the Lake District after all.

Farleton Fell

From Newbiggin Crags make your way to Farleton Fell, here are magnificent views of the Lakes and the Yorkshire Dales on either side. What’s nice about this walk is that whilst it’s not particularly strenuous, the views do not disappoint. In fact, Farleton Fell is one of the most impressive areas of Scientific Significance for limestone in Britain so definitely worth a visit.

Best of Both Worlds

Being in Endmoor, the advantages of having the South Lakes and the Yorkshire Dales on our doorstep is something we don’t take for granted, so make sure you make the most of these views by visiting Farleton Fell and spending the afternoon exploring the magnificent limestone surroundings.