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Name:Grange Fell [Brund Fell]
Hill number:2496
Height:417.2m / 1369ft
Parent (Ma):2396  High Raise [High White Stones]
RHB Section:34B: Lake District - Central & Western Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Central Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Derwent (Workington)
Class:Tump (400-499m), Wainwright, Birkett, Synge, Fellranger
Grid ref:NY 26468 16276
Summit feature:cairn on rock tor
Col:375m  NY 2677 1707  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 89 90
(1:25k) OL4S
Observations:rock tor 70m SW at NY 26412 16240 is 1m - 2m lower
Survey:Abney level
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Ascent from Bowder Stone Car Park with Jayne Whitaker on circuit of Grange Fell and Great Crag with return via tea room in Rosthwaite and B5289. 10.25 miles in 6hrs:08mins (4hrs:30mins moving) with 723m of ascent during 3 night winter break at Lane Head Farm, Troutbeck.pwhitaker_196612/02/2020
along bridleway and path from Great Crag KeithByTheC21/01/2020
Parked at Watenlath and walked south to Great Crag then north to Grange Fell then east back to Watenlath. With LP.wombourne31/12/2019
No obvious marker could be found on the rocky outcrop at the summit, beautiful views down to derwentwater and across to the big fellsJACKD1319/12/2019
Parked at Watendlath Tarn and headed up the path to Black Waugh and Brund Fell. Boggy in places and a style lead to a dead end now with new dear fencing..Easy route nothing technical. Solo hikeZoe Little10/11/2019
From Ether Knott via interesting knobbly terrain. On to King's How.Wycombe Wanderer09/11/2019
With the Mrs from Watendalth Tarn. A short but very picturesque walk. Took a fairly direct line up, return via the Bridle Way to the south.Butty20/08/2019
Ascent from Watendlath, with Mike.jd1631/07/2019
with Trout. Then Great Crag.robba_wag23/06/2019
Parked at Watendlath and walked up Grange Fell in pure cloud! I promised Sam there'd be sun before 6 (pm) and by the time we got up Great Crag the sun was out - much better! 6kms 2.5hrsMozzer20/05/2019
Climbed with Andrew as part of a walk including Grange Fell and Ullscarf to all but finish central fells. Stayed in a pod at Borrowdale YHA.jackfowler17/05/2019
Climbed with Zoe & Lulu.neilblair35323/04/2019
YHA Borrowdale to Jopplety How, Brund Fell, Watendlath Tarn, Dock Tarn then back towards Rosthwaite.tsar.nathan21/04/2019
Great Crag & Grange Fell from Stonethwaitesms.3720/04/2019
From parking spot beneath Grange Crags and steeply up well-made stepped path through the woods to King's How and on to Brund Fell in a mix of sun and wintry showers.milimana02/04/2019
Staying at YHA Borrowdale, walked up great crag, down to Watendlath and up to grange fell(2 summits) Nice weather all day, clear views however paths hard to find on great crag.Joel45119/02/2019
parked at stonewaite, passed dock tarn, Great crag then across to Brunt then Kings Howe. saw a deer and a red squirrel! Mostly Dry, bit windy and overcast but clearJames Burrows16/02/2019
Parking in the hanging valley at the national trust car park at Watendlath. Over the Pack horse bridge and followed the simple path then the wall to the summit. Great views over Derwentwater, Skiddaw, Bassenthwaite and over to Scotland. Myla had a hot chocolate at the top and took a few pictures before retracing our roots to the cross road in the path.Scotty 2 Hotty16/02/2019
Nic & Bob, Ian & Veronica, Nigel & LibbyNicola & Stuart02/02/2019
With Nigel CunliffeMooseWire20/01/2019
With Sue and Duncan M, from Bowderstone, plan B due to high winds and poor weather,via Kings How, Brund Fell and Ether Knott. Return via Watendlath Beck and Lodore to CP.Frank12/01/2019
Castle Crag, Brund Fell, Great Crag. With Toby, Richard, Jim, Tamsin, from Glaramara Hotelrichardsun29/12/2018
from Rosthwaitedavidsharpe2327/10/2018
With G. From Manesty campsite > Grange Crags > King's How > Brund Fell > Castle Crag via Rosthwaite > ManestyRT197023/10/2018
lovely Autumn DayJephcote8319/10/2018
ste and CarolPaul Beard14/10/2018
From King's How, with DB and JdF. Descended to the Watendlath track and west down through Frith Wood and the road back to the Boulderstone car park.Man of Kernow109/09/2018
With MT and DB.Topographer5709/09/2018
Injury to my walking partner(my wife!!) has limited our walks to the lower peaks . . . What a blessing! This was a lovely walk from Rosthwaite and the views towards Scafell Pike were glorious and then the views over Derwentwater (only revealed at the final moment) were lovely.apshepherd06/09/2018
Ascent from the roadside in Borrowdale near Bowder Stone. Wet. Disappointed to find Wattendlath tea shop closed.deurgar22/08/2018
ascent via Kings How from behind leathes head hotel. short walk to Brund Fell (both tops)keenwalker28/07/2018
Grange fell and Great crag from watendlath with des, 3 stitches and Jacko. Lovely weather.JHerbert19/07/2018
Parked in Rosthwaite, Stonethwaite Beck, Dock Tarn, Great Crag, Grange Fell, Kings How. Sunny, warm and excellent views.Fell_wanderer17/05/2018
Solo walk at Amy Holliman's 40th birthday camp at Stonethwaite. Beautiful sunny weekend.jonesj212/05/2018
With JGCW08/05/2018
Circular from Rosthwaite via Great CragNeilb29/04/2018
Parked at Watendlath, Brund Fell, Kings How then back via Puddingstone Bank.Stu Percival20/04/2018
From Great CragCyclistno106/04/2018
Middle How, Ullscarf, Coldbarrow Fell, Low Saddle, High Crag, Knotts, Great Crag, Grange Fell, King's Howkeithouk01/04/2018
Walked in from Seatoller with Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave30/03/2018
Climb from Ashness Bridge via Falcon Crag to Wall Cragg. Retraced steps to Cats Gill and followed footpath to Bleaberry Fell and on to High Seat, via bog land path. Followed fence line to Eddy Grave Strake and then to High Tove. Descended High Tove and crossed Fisher Gill to Armboth Fell. Return to fence line path to Shivery Man and Knott and down to Blea Tarn. Climbed High Saddle via Coldbarrow Fell, side stepping Low Saddle. On to Ullscarf. Descended following fence line via Green Combe to Dock Tarn where joined marked footpath and on to Great Crag. Problems locating fell. Following footpath to Puddingstone Bank and ascended Brund Fell. Re-joined marked footpath and down to Watendlath. Getting dark, so followed road back to Ashness Bridge.raymooremanx24/03/2018
With NB from Watendlath via Kings How and LodoreFrank31/01/2018
A wintry day out with FRBheinn31/01/2018
Solo (81/133). From NTCP in Rosthwaite, to Puddingstone Bank, then NW following wall to ladder stile, across, then track to summit.ADT30/01/2018
With Martin, Howard and BanksyHowellsey25/01/2018
From Rosthwaite before the blizzard really kicked in...!twg2721/01/2018
Rocky outcrop above rough snowy ground. In lowering cloud with brief icy shower.Denise 29/12/2017
Summit topped by mossy rock outcrop. Misty views, a few cm of snow, cold and damp.RichardM29/12/2017