A challenging Lake District walk and scramble in upper Borrowdale. Great End is usually climbed as a diversion en-route to Scafell Pike by walkers starting from Langdale or Seathwaite. It is, however, an impressive mountain and this route, which has a real mountaineering "feel" to it, is well worth doing when time does not allow an attempt on Englandís highest peak. This is a serious route and should not be attempted by inexperienced walkers.
It is recommended you take a map with you when following a walk route. The preferred scale is 1:25000 used by the Explorer series.
Note : If two maps are listed at the same scale then either (a) both are required for full coverage of the route or (b) the route is covered on both maps.
Walks from the same start
Other walks nearby
Walk 1065 - 1.1 miles / 1.7 km away
Walk 1112 - 1.1 miles / 1.7 km away
Walk 1245 - 1.2 miles / 1.9 km away
Walk 1175 - 1.3 miles / 2.1 km away
Walk 3328 - 2.0 miles / 3.1 km away
Walk 1444 - 2.3 miles / 3.6 km away
Walk 1153 - 3.1 miles / 5.0 km away
Walk 1289 - 3.1 miles / 5.0 km away
Walk 1268 - 3.5 miles / 5.6 km away
Walk 2525 - 3.7 miles / 5.9 km away
Note : The distances quoted to other walks in the vicinity are measured in a straight line. The distance by road may be further.
Lake District NP
How are the walks graded?
Please Note - These walks have been published for use by site visitors on the understanding that Walking Britain is not held responsible for the safety or well being of those following the routes as described.
Peat Howe Barn
Stoneygill & Stoneyacre
Fell Foot Farm
Lake District Cottages
Self Catering Directory
NOTE - all distances are "as the crow flies"
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