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Name:Hallin Fell
Hill number:2623
Height:388m / 1273ft
RHB Section:34C: Lake District - Eastern Fells
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Lake District - Far Eastern Fells
County/UA:Cumbria (CoU)
Catchment:Eden (Carlisle)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (300-399m), Wainwright, Birkett,
Synge, Fellranger, Clem
Grid ref:NY 43303 19819
Summit feature:SW side of obelisk
Col:225m  NY435192  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 90
(1:25k) OL5S
Survey:obvious summit
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On the way home from Preston with Sam, swung by Hallin Fell - parked at the church half way up, took half an hour round trip. Nice summit!Mozzer05/07/2020
Park at the church quick walk up to top, good viewsNozzer24/01/2020
From church. 10 min ascent. Admired views up and down Ullswater. Section 34c, OS sheet OL5, Penrith to Lancaster and Wainwrights compleat.Wycombe Wanderer27/11/2019
Bus from Penrith to Pooley Bridge then walked round Ullswater to climb Hallin and Place.Stevooo11/10/2019
The Fusedale Circuit. Hallin Fell - Steel Knott’s (Pikeawassa) - Wetherhill - Loadpot Hill - Arthurs Pike - Bonscale Pike.sms.3724/08/2019
Parked near the church in Martindale for the walk up to the obelisk. Fantastic views of Ullswater on a sunny morning with no wind.Delta6824/08/2019
Parked at the little church of St. Peter's in Martindale. The access road is very tricky at busy times so beware to dare if driving. Accent was a steep but grassy hike, the sticks help here as it was slippery in places. The weather was overcast with a little drizzly rain. Temperature was approx. 18 Degrees C. Quite blustery at the summit but fantastic views of Ullswater were recorded on camera.Symon1p23/08/2019
Sam's first solo summit @ 27 months oldIbby23/08/2019
Picnic lunch from our hotel at Haweswater, then up the steep but level grass path straight to the top of Hallin Fell. Mama’s turn to carry Anna! Fantastic panoramic view of Ullswater, before bouncing back down amongst the Herdwicks.AmyYoung30/07/2019
Nicola, Spot and GusAbiD21/07/2019
How Town, HALLIN FELL, Beda Head, Angle Tarn, Brock Crags, Hartsop.eviljeff917/07/2019
Yen and I. Hallin fell and place fell from glennridding.Mountainhikes06/06/2019
Stayed awake for the summit. Saw a sheep that looked like Papa Lazarou. Carried.Fred Averill05/06/2019
from Garth Head, up and down Hallin Fell and then to Beda Head via a visit to St Martin's Churches (old and new).welshyboyo02/06/2019
During Hallin Fell Orienteering Event.christine9911/05/2019
Touched cairn during orienteering event!Keith9911/05/2019
With Olwyn from St Peters church. Great views but very windy! Otherwise good weather.Trevolw15/04/2019
Windy on the summit, busy (as expected).Tom D13/04/2019
From church car park at NY435191webmaster07/04/2019
Parked by church in Martindale so less height to climb! Very popular with young families. Bright, sunny but cold dayPeak Rambler02/04/2019
Parked to the SE near chapel NY436192.David Evans09/03/2019
Drive to Martindale Church for a quick sprint up and down. Then home to Scotland having bagged 45 Marilyns in this amazing month of weather.NormanW28/02/2019
Second round of Wainwrights. Drove in from Pooley Bridge with Lindsey, parked at St Peters. Straightforward loop to the summit obelisk and back. Cloudy but bright, mild, very light breeze. Snow on the high tops, breeze.Skip219/01/2019
Parked at St Peters, quick walk up to summit and back with Lindsey. Cloudy-bright, light breeze.Skip19/01/2019
With Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave31/10/2018
A quick trot up from the HauseMountainTerrier19/10/2018
Late afternoon wainwright baggingjmistry8608/10/2018
Start~ Martindale Church. Direct, with Wombourne.Very windy.steve hudson25/09/2018
Short walk from the churchCyclistno115/09/2018
Quick run up and down from chapel car park. Nice views!twg2715/09/2018
Solo. from parking area to the south. A very pleasant easy hill with good views.mike.hoult14/09/2018
Up and over before returning to Patterdale beside Ullswater.Arbie11/08/2018
From St Peter's Church. Left the rucksack in the car for this one and decided to do some impromptu fell running on the last section. 10 minutes to the top. Great views over Ullswater and across to Helvellyn. Five minutes to run back to the car and pick the rucksack up - then it was on to Steel Knotts.James McKnight15/07/2018
Parked by Martindale Church - Steel End /- Fusedale - over Groove Beck to long ruined homestead on the slopes of Gowk Hill - climbed to the Roman road on the Wether Hill ridge - Load Pot Hill summit & trig - steep descent to Groove Beck - Fusedale - Steel End - Martindale Church then to the summit of Hallin Fell with its Obelisk to finish the day. Then a treat, coffee cake and marmalade at Dalemain.briandavies18/06/2018
Parked at Martindale church and headed up to the summit of Hallin. Easy path. Lovely wee hikeZoe Little07/06/2018
We got the ferry to Howtown, to start our walk and ended up in the gillside campsite, after going over Hallin and Place Fell and thenstopping off at a pub in Patterdale. (this was the weekend where we did the Ulswater open water swim)Joel45102/06/2018
Did from Martindale along with Bonscale Pike, Arthurs Pike, Swarth Fell, Loadpot Hill, Wether Hill(2), Gowk Hill, Brownthwaite Crag and Steel KnottsWayne Mac19/05/2018
The Knott, Rampsgill Head, High Raise, Low Raise, Raven Howe, Red Crag, High Kop, Wether Hill, Gowk Hill, Brownthwaite Crag, Steel Knotts, Hallin Fellkeithouk29/04/2018
Walked upto the Obelisk from Sharrow Bay Hotel then back via Howtown Hotelrossdrummond28/04/2018
With K. Sun shining as we began, stinging rain and blow-you-over wind at the summit.Ashley23/04/2018
Starting point at howton church. Samuel Logan Natalie, Mollie, Mark. first wainwiright....MASH23/04/2018
Parked at Martindale church straight up the fell side to Steel Knotts, dropped down to the Old church of St Martins, then up to Bed Fell (Bed Head) dropped straight down over Winter Crag over Howegrain beck and up to Hallin Fell.Stu Percival18/04/2018
Evening run from highpoint on road parking near Church. Great viewsN.Morters16/04/2018
Up from Martindale then descended towards Ullswater.longwayround 05/04/2018
Another one knocked off with Mr. Beardstephenhughes23/03/2018
me and StePaul Beard22/03/2018
After a lovely long winter walk taking in Winter Crag, Beda Fell, Angletarn Pikes (North Top), Round How, Place Fell and High Dodd. Quick up and down of this one at dusk from St Peter's church. Headtorches required on the way down.Lazylizzie12/02/2018
Started at church car park. Sunny, windy, cold but good views.iangalbraith29/10/2017
Quick up and back from church car park before checking into hotel. Lovely spot.squeegs28/09/2017