Name:Cross Fell
Hill number:2707
Height:893.1m / 2930ft
Section:35A: The Northern Pennines
Classification:Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,Hew,N,HHB,BL,Bg,Cm,
T100,P600,P500
Drop:649.9m
Col:243.3m  NY 7112 0567  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
2668312/03/2019NY 68720 34337  F: Enormous cairn/shelterDSM
Subpoint
1Jim
2668412/03/2019NY 68736 34322  F: Trig pointDSM
Summit
Jim
3176523/07/2020NY 68718 34336  F: summit shelterPeter_W_Mitchell
Subpoint
1Jim
3690210/10/2021NY 68722 34335  F: Centre of summit shelterK&AD
Subpoint
1Jim
4239427/04/2014NY 68734 34321  F: ground by trig
S: 1m LIDAR
jimbloomer
Summit
Jim
-1268806/04/2004NY 68717 34331  F: centre of summit shelter
O: trig point is 20m SE at NY 68735 34320; main cairn is 15m N of windshelter at NY 68714 34349
JB
Subpoint
Jim
-1268915/04/2007NY 68719 34335  F: centre of summit shelter
O: trig point is 20m SE at NY 68735 34320; main cairn is 15m N of windshelter at NY 68714 34349
DW
Subpoint
1Jim
-1269009/05/2010NY 68718 34340  F: centre of summit shelter
O: trig point is 20m SE at NY 68735 34320; main cairn is 15m N of windshelter at NY 68714 34349
K&AD
Subpoint
1Jim
-1269128/03/2009NY 68736 34319  F: trig point
O: summit shelter is 20m NW at NY 68720 34335
LR
Summit
Jim
-1269228/03/2009NY 68733 34318  F: trig point
O: summit shelter is 20m NW at NY 68720 34335
P&EH
Summit
Jim
-1269328/03/2009NY 68734 34319  F: trig point
O: summit shelter is 20m NW at NY 68720 34335
PDC
Summit
Jim
-1269414/06/2008NY 68735 34322  F: trig point
O: summit shelter is 20m NW at NY 68720 34335
George Gradwell
Summit
Jim
-1269517/02/2010NY 68735 34324  F: trig point
O: summit shelter is 20m NW at NY 68720 34335
K&AD
Summit
Jim
-1269628/03/2009NY 68714 34349  F: cairn
O: trig point is 20m SE at NY 68735 34320
LR
Subpoint
2
-1269728/03/2009NY 68711 34350  F: cairn
O: trig point is 20m SE at NY 68735 34320
P&EH
Subpoint
2
-1269809/05/2010NY 68717 34354  F: cairn
O: trig point is 20m SE at NY 68735 34320
K&AD
Subpoint
2



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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 816 users)ByDate of Ascent
Revisit with Matt whilst nabbing other Nuttalls in the area. Big walk and a tough one at 22 miles.simocity14/04/2024
Biked up to 1 km from the top from end of the public road 4 of 4robertphillips09/10/2023
From holiday cottage in Knock. Pennine Way up to Knock Fell, Great Dun Fell, Little Dun Fell and Cross Fell. Had lunch at wind shelter on Little Dun Fell with nigelcmason2. Back over Little Dun Fell and descended to Silverband Mine, crossed Knock Ore Gill without too much difficulty and then roads back to Knock. Starting off cloudy, windy and cold but cleared during lunch.Herbert Anchovy17/08/2023
Knock Pike, Flagdaw, Great Dun Fell, Little Dun Fell, Cross Fellkeithouk28/05/2023
With Val. Good weather. From Kirkland. Pennine Journey then Pennine Way to summit. Returned same route.mike.hoult17/05/2023
Garrigill - Cross Fell - Little Dun Fell - Great Dun Fell - GarrigillJHes30/04/2023
Dufton-Knock Fell-Great Dun Fell-Little Dun Fell-Cross Fell-Wythwaite-Duftoncampagvelocet11/10/2022
From Kirkland. NB Gregs Hut closed for renovation until October.BaggerGutt22/08/2022
17.7 miles 3216ft walk. Cross Fell, Little Dun Fell and Great Dun Fell from Ousby.stephenbuda07/07/2022
Cross Fell, Little Dun Fell (twice) and Great Dun Fell.quadbarrel30/06/2022
Solo from Dufton village car park. Followed the Pennine Way out then back. Knock Fell, Great Dun Fell, Little Dun Fell, Cross Fell, Little Dun Fell, Great Dun Fell, Knock Fell. About 16 miles, 6h48m. At Great Dun Fell, on the return leg, I visited the highest point outside the radar station perimeter fence.ADT20/06/2022
very pleasant walk from kirkland church. 13km in just over 2.5 hrs. good path most of the way, but a few gaps and very wet bog!Nicky C18/06/2022
Sue,Boo,Tash,Alex,Mike & I all spent a warm June afternoon avoiding the advancing Roma nation by going up from Kirkland at the bridleway and coming down from Teeshead via Grumply Hill back to Kirkland. Stunning views all around.Alphaville19904/06/2022
Cloudy as we arrived, then very clearnevillehargreaves11/05/2022
With John - parked at the church in Kirkland, then up the 'Pennine Journey' path, onto the ridge, along to Knock Old Man, then down the path to Milburn and back across fields to the car. 16 miles in all, but it would be a brave walker to set off on the direct route from Great Dun Fell back to Kirkland. Magnificent views from the summit - the best I've seen from any hill in England, so make sure it's a clear day if you're planning to do this.Richard18/04/2022
On Pennine Way. Visited summit, trig and cairn.PGCE17/04/2022
Circuit from Kirkland. Winter had returned to the high fells!Rockdoctor02/04/2022
Two degrees C at Kirkland before bagging church cut mark then up bridleway to Cross Fell then revisit to Tees Head concrete ring. Very cool on summit.Dugswell221/11/2021
From Garrigill via Long Man Hill and Bullman Hills 17.8 milesJulieB14/11/2021
Revisit in fog with R & CJO after Catterpallot Hill. Stone windshelter at summit , trig nearby. Onto the (exposed) buried concrete ring 300m SE by 2m cairn before return to Hartside pass, latterly in darkness.Denise 14/11/2021
Revisit: Hartside On way to Cross Fell with Richard and Denise, ticking a couple of Tumps and Elmsie on the way. Still needs a revist to complete Elmsie.cjo14/11/2021
Revisit on a trig & BM outing from the Close House road. Tees Head Concrete Ring ESE of summit next to large cairnRHW14/11/2021
OMM replacementMisterTim30/10/2021
From Kirkland Hall. Up via Grumply Hill, return skirting High Cap. Unpleasant conditions with very limited visibility until it opened up at about 450m on the descent.squeegs24/09/2021
Parked by Kirkland church (there's also parking a bit higher up at Kirkland Hall). Cloud base was around 680m on my way up, but had cleared by the time I got down.paulhilder12/08/2021
Revisitedneilmcoward24/07/2021
Diversion from A Pennine Journey walk. Up from Garrigill, down via Kirkland to Dufton. Very hot, sunny and clear. Though a bit hazy in the distance due to air pollution.Nick Caunt17/07/2021
Great Dun Fell, Little Dun Fell, Cross Fell and Knock Pike from the limit of access on Knock Lane by the gravel pit. Followed the radar station road on ascent and cut the corner over easy terrain returning from Knock Pike. The gate to the golf ball station compound was open so I was able to visit the true summit. Gloriously spacious walking.Nick Down107/07/2021
Blencarn ROW to Cross Fell. After revelling in the glorious wind shelter we took the Pennine pavement across Little Dun Fell to its big golf-balled brother. Over to Knock Fell before doubling back to the derelict Silverband Mine and from there the indistinct footpath to Milburn. Before tackling Burney Hill we had to roll two fat sheep back on to their staggering feet .. a kick in the shins being my sole good-deed reward .. perhaps making up for the many years of chops, shanks and kebabs.summitter18/06/2021
From Kirkland. Winter conditions and mist from about 550m. Nice to revisit after all these years. With R and B.jenx25/01/2021
Left Kirkland Hall car park at 08.00. Took the suggested clockwise circular route but detoured to Greg's Hut which was well worth the visit. Back tracked and hit the trig point at about 11.00. Had a brief lunch as it was only 2.8C with high winds and low cloud. Were going to carry on and do the Dun Fells but weather had set in so abandoned the idea. Weather lifted as we descended Kirkland Fell. Arrived back at the car at around 2.30pm.TractorBoy26/10/2020
From Knock, long walk along service road to Great Dun Fell, onto Little Dun Fell and Cross Fell back along PW to Knock Fell and then meandered down PW and bagged Knock Pike before getting back to Car.Longwojo20/08/2020
Pennine WayTaz3811/08/2020
Circular walk from Milburn via Knock Fell, Great Dun Fell and Little Dun Fell. Back to the path at NY 697 339 and down the path towards Blencarn. Path becomes better defined and less boggy as you descend. Back via A Pennine Journey to Milburn. Path ill-defined after the river crossing near High Slack, but better further on.Peter_W_Mitchell 23/07/2020
Loop from Blencarn up the bridleway past Grumply Hill up to join the PW and onto the the top. Very wet!Eggletina27/06/2020
From Milburn take Pennine Journey path to Wythwaite, Kirkland, and Bank Hill. Ascent using footpath to Man at Edge and Megs Cairn to Melmerby Fell (Dun Edge). Return to Megs Cairn, follow mountain wall to Brown Hill, cross Gregorys Sike, follow track to Pennine Journey path. Follow the path to Cross Fell. On to Pennine Way to Little Dun Fell, Great Dun Fell, and on to Knock Fell. Return to road, descend via road and take the track to Silverband Mine. Descent using footpath to Red Carle and return to Milburn.raymooremanx20/06/2020
A Pennine Journey Day 12. Garrigill to Kirkland via Cross Fell. A perfect winters day with stunning views. Bits of ice and snow on the tops. Good inversion. With Christine, Eric, Geoff and Steve. 18.5km with 620m ascent in 5h40m.silveracorn_alan06/02/2020
Snow covered top, dry cold day from Kirkland, parked near church FOC. with Kris, Nick, Dina, Zoe and LolaJames Burrows18/01/2020
From Kirkland; along Pennine way via Great Dun Fell to Dufton. A long walk back on the roads avoided by a kind local who drove me all the way back to the startgettingonabit18/01/2020
Cross fell in the snow With Simon Hutchinson & Shaun Chilton2510chris10/01/2020
0800 start. 1. Cross Fell, Little Dun Fell, Great Dun Fell from Kirkland.lindslow03/01/2020
Very short notice day trip up from North Wales to get this one, but it turned out to be an absolute classic!Alex C31/12/2019
Up the tarmac road from the sheepfolds to the SW and along the PW over Great/Little Dun Fells and Cross Fell. Cold crispy morning with good views. With Gillian, Harriet and Mike.richard6931/12/2019
Started in light rain turned into snow, wind picked up higher up before turning into full on blizzard at the summit.DJWan14/12/2019
From Milburn via Burney Hill, Great Dun Fell and Little Dun Fell.Wheelsy28/10/2019
A great mountain with great views. I was on my pennine way journey when I went over Cross fell. The route from garrigill is long and boring. I suggest come up from the village of KirklandAristotle Chip21/09/2019
Circular walk from Kirkland with Euan & Robert, in fine conditions (except misty on summit), taking in Great Dun Fellbarnz4813/09/2019
Kirkland > Greg's Hut > Cross Fell > Little Dun Fell > Great Dun Fell > Knock Old Man > Meldon Hill > Viewing Hill > Round Hill > Greg's Hut > Kirkland. One of the hardest and most ambitious walk I have ever done. Hardest bag was the walk to Meldon Hill from Knock Old Man due the the terrain. Otherwise the hardest parts were the river crossings required for the route I took. Drizzly rain for pretty much all the time and had to walk to Greg's hut and back from/to Kirkland in dark with head torch. Solo. Don't know how far I walked but my watch said 64,000 steps / 6,000 kcal for the day mostly 'off-piste'.axoree14/08/2019
From Garrigill road end. Great Dun Fell, Little Dun Fell, Cross Fell, Long Man Hill, Round Hill. As per Nuttall book skipping Bullman Hills.lenman23/06/2019
Our 50th Marilyn! 14.2m circular from Kirkland church, Cross Fell, Little Dun Fell and Great Dun Fell.Jephcote8322/06/2019
Summit pillar used as clipper point on LDWA Hadrian 100.Desperate crossing in middle of night in high wind driven rain and thick mist with around 350 walkers crossing over during the night from Garrigill to Duftonrichardrosser26/05/2019
On the LDWA Hadrian's 100PhilipChaston25/05/2019
Parked at Garrigill, outside church/chapel then followed track near enough to summit. Long walk, sunny but peaceful with loads of larks/ Lapwings and curlews. Great view to Lakes from magnificent cairn. Company: Soloiandesbottes13/05/2019
Great Dun Fell > Little Dun Fell > Cross Fell > Grey Scar [Elmslie] > Little Dun Fell > Iron Howe [Elmslie] from GR: NY 71463 30934ronaldo33331/03/2019
Great Dun Fell > Little Dun Fell > Cross Fell > Grey Scar [Elmslie] > Little Dun Fell > Iron Howe [Elmslie] from GR: NY 71463 30934Hippster31/03/2019
Grey day, cold, windy (wind chill), low cloud. Loop from Kirkland, after driving from Edinb. Rounsfell26/03/2019
From Kirkland via Maiden Way to pick up Elmslies on the way up. Took a direct route off the top to pick up the Grey Scar Elmslie, descending through Wildboar Nook.jonglew16/02/2019
From Kirkland up the bridleway then over moor and through boulderfield to summit.NormanW15/10/2018
Started from Kirkland and followed path to Curricks where we then followed the Pennine Way to the Summit. Came off via Tees Head to Wild Boar Scar and the track back to Kirkland.Wayne Mac31/08/2018
From Blencarn, with Little Dun Fell and Great Dun Fell. Return via bridleway to Kirkland.RedAndy5425/08/2018
Nav4 Pennine 39mickdavidson07/07/2018
Cross Fell, fell racepsycho bub30/06/2018
From Milburn: Cross Fell, Little Dunn Fell and Great Dunn Fell. Long 14 mile walk on a very close summer's day. Stiil windy and cold on the tops, so much so that we needed our gloves.Lazylizzie23/06/2018
From KnockSlash322/06/2018
Crossed Knock Fell, Great Dun Fell, Little Dun Fell and Cross Fell on Day 13 of the Pennine Way from Dufton to Garrigill. With Eric, Geoff and Steve. 26km with 1000m ascent 7h50m.silveracorn_alan21/06/2018
Pikeman Hill > Rake End Anon pt. 2026 > Rake End > Lambgreen Hills (2300ft contour) > Fallow Hill > Black Dub > Cross Fell pt. 2799 > Cross Fell pt. 2893 > Cross Fell from GR: NY 74561 41313ronaldo33310/06/2018
A linear walk from Kirkland to Dufton taking in Cross Fell, Little Dun Fell, Geat Dun Fell and Knock Fell. A wet miserble day with Frank, Martin, and Alan R.Lou02/06/2018
Out to Cross Fell from Dufton on the Pennine Way, returning over Little Dun Fell, Great Dunn Fell, Knock Fell, Backstone Edge, Brownber Hill and Dufton Pike.rhalstead27/05/2018
LejogKatbus 2723/05/2018
Ascent From KirklandThe Playful Pig19/05/2018
From Kirkland - inc out and back of Dun fellsIainPeeks19/05/2018
From MilburnWinterfloodian06/05/2018
With K and RM from Kirkland, lunch at Greg's Hut. Great weather: sun and snow (and mist) on Good Friday.Ashley30/03/2018
With: hb sb rt; From Kirkland church, followed bridle way to join Penine Way path at Yad Stone, then followed latter over Cross Fell, where we met Ronald Turnbull, then Little Dun Fell to Great Dun Fell. Returned by bridleway S of Cross Fell to Kirkland.Ian Baines02/11/2017
With: ib sb rt; From Kirkland church, followed bridle way to join Penine Way path at Yad Stone, then followed latter over Cross Fell, where we met Ronald Turnbull, then Little Dun Fell to Great Dun Fell. Returned by bridleway S of Cross Fell to Kirkland. Helen Baines02/11/2017
Parked at Milburn school. Burney Hill, Great Dun Fell, Little Dun Fell and Cross Fell. Long walk back. Arrived in Milburn after dark. With Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave29/10/2017
Nuttall walkRuth30/09/2017
Despite the perfect forecast, cloud rolled over the summit. I lunched at the large windshelter and looked across at the stunning north-south panorama of the Lakeland Fells when the cloud allowed me to.peter4lc19/09/2017
Circular walk from Kirkland with Ian W.jonesthesteam13/08/2017
GMnIdris05/08/2017
From Dufton car park along Pennine Way.dgresty18/07/2017
a liner walk leading a group doing the North West way, had champagne summit as it was Birthdayjmistry8611/07/2017
Pennine Way with Jacqui and Hilary. Top in full fog but fabulous views on descent to Garrigill, past Greg's Hut.patriciagill09/07/2017
From Garrigill a long the Pennine Way in order to explore the lead mining history on the way to the summit. Constant 30mph wind. There and back same route. Long drag back to Garrigill with a rucksack full of rock samples.NorthernWayfarer25/06/2017
From 685288 - up radar road to 706300 then cut across moorland to Knock Pike - reasonably dry for the time of year! On to Great/Little Dun Fell and Cross Fell and back the same way, picking up Flagdaw on the way pastthe_adam29/04/2017
As part of Pennine 39 race and other occasions.dickscroop08/04/2017
With Louise, ascended from Kirkland returning via Wildboar Scar. Very boggy in places. Weather stayed dry but bitterly cold wind.steve_a04/04/2017
Nuttall Walk EN 9.1 Cross Fell from South of Garrigill, visiting Great Dun Fell, Little Dun Fell, Cross Fell, Bullman Hills, Bullman Hills- South Top, Long Man Hill and Round Hill. 27.6km with 980m ascent in 8h50m. (S)silveracorn_alan26/03/2017
From Kirkland (NY 65066 32573). Followed clear track past disused workings to Skirwith Fell then headed south to Cross Fell summit. Descent via Tees Head then initially vague soon becoming a clear path skirting Wildboar Scar then back to start point via Wythwaite, Hanging Walls of Mark Anthony and Ranbeck.david23020104/03/2017
With Richard Walsh(comma) James Rowe(comma) Nat Wilson(comma) Caroline McCann. 31.2km(comma) 9:40. Fidget07/01/2017
Kirkland Church (201m) - Kirkland Hall - Old Workings - Skirwith Fell (into the snow & ice)- Cross Fell - Crowdundle Head (we slide down the snow bank)- Kirkland Fell - Grey Scar - Wild Boar Nook - (beautiful view of a snowy nook in the gathering darkness) - Kirkland Hall - Kirkland Churchbriandavies04/12/2016
3/5 Mixed weather day but classic linear walk (Great Dun Fell/Little Dun Fell/Cross Fell/Knock Fell/Flagdaw)Fergalh25/09/2016
With Aron and Daniel.Ribble Cragger18/08/2016
From col between Knock Fell and Great Dun Fell, headed over Great Dun Fell, Little Dun Fell to Cross Fell and then returned the same way.JK13/08/2016
#595 - From Kirkland Hall then PW to Duftontim74720/06/2016
Very enjoyable circular walk from Kirkland on overcast day.With Oscar and Catman.rosiebridge29/05/2016
With Bridget and Catman.oscarrosie29/05/2016
With Oscar and Bridget.catman29/05/2016
following nuttalls walk 9.1 solo poor visibilitycolinfielding13/05/2016
On a three day backpack around the North Pennines. Sunny, dry and cold.alistairpooler22/04/2016
From Blencarn, out and back to Little Dun Fell then descent to Kirkland. Light snow covering from yesterday's showers.milimana17/04/2016
Ascent with Andrew, Julian and Darren on leg of Pennine Way from Dufton to Garrigill. Low cloud so no view from summit.pwhitaker_196614/04/2016
2mFM radio activation. NP-001.Petem0hqo25/03/2016
With Mart from Kirkland to High Cap and on to Great Dun Fell and back across Kirkland Fell. Tops in Arctic conditions with snow, ice, wind and cloud. Two roe deer spotted in Crowdundle Beck - great.John Eley28/02/2016
Awful weather, 20m vis most of the day, boggy ascent from Kirkland. With G.Tom D24/10/2015
Ascended from Kirkland. A really enjoyable walk. However, poor visibility high up and very boggy.TamsinB1318/10/2015
From radar road, still foggy, heading for Hard Hill trig next.agentmancuso13/10/2015
SECOND OF 10 BEAUTIFUL AUTUMN DAYS WHILE CAMPED AT ALSTON. ENCOUNTERED GROUSE SHOOTING PARTY NEAR SOUTH TYNE HEAD BUT NO PROBLEM. CIRCUIT FROM GARRIGILL FOLLOWING NUTTALLS ROUTE 9.1 OVER GREAT DUN FELL, LITTLE DUN FELL, CROSS FELL, BULLMAN HILLS, LONG MAN HILL AND ROUND HILL. VERY TIRING BUT MADE IT BEFORE DARK.BURGESS26/09/2015
Big circular walk, parked in Millburn, Walked across fields to Ranbeck and Kirkland, climbing onto Cross Fell on a good path which disappears into a swamp, found the Pennine Way across Cross Fell to Tees Head then bagged Little Dun Fell, Great Dun Fell and out and back to Knock Fell, followed lane to Silverband Mines then followed the very unused and overgrown path back to Millburn. Perfect weather, great Lakeland mountain view to the West and great Pennine moorland View to the East.DanTrig05/09/2015
Alone from Kirkland. 1hr 30 up. 1hr 10 down.Martin6611/08/2015
Circular walk from Kirkland taking in Little and Great Dunn fells. Fantastic summit shelter recently re-built...great piece of work !Havenchris08/08/2015
Overnighted just over the watershed from the source of the s.tyne. walked up past Moor house and out and back to Knock Fell. Then over the Duns to Cross Fell and then out to Round Hill via Gregs Hut. The one I have been itching to do for some time, a bit windy but not too bad. the views a little muted but still able to see for miles. summit cairns are impressive. at the southern end there's an o.s. triangulation ring as well as a trig at the summit. fair play to those who built the summit shelter/ cairn. it's a real work of art.stig_nest08/08/2015
From Kirkland, adequate parking at road end. Partial cloud cover well above summit. Track well graded to about 500 metres, then becomes soft, wet and indistinct. It is safest to follow the cairns to a larger cairn at 684352, then turn right. Nice dry short grass on summit, where four walls radiate in four directions from the cairn, providing welcome shelter from all four winds.Topographer5701/08/2015
Dufton- Knock - Knock Pike - Flagdaw - access road - Great Dun Fell - Little Dun Fell - Cross Fell - back along PW to Knock Fell - down P Way to Dufton - Appleby. Nothing much to see on top when the cloud is down and it's a long way from anywhere!Mark Jackson28/07/2015
Visited this as part of a 30k circular from Milburn, taking in Hard Hill, Great Dun Fell, Little Dun Fell and Cross Fell - Weather perfect today, views amazing.griefmiester15/07/2015
From Kirkland, good parking. Clear day. Did the round with Great and Little Dun FellsNorthender09/07/2015
Solo. There and back from Hartside Cafe.Aimless Rambler26/05/2015
One of the Hikes I did to get me prepared for Ben Nevis in June. Started in Garrigill and followed the path to the top of the hill then back to Garrigill.SKV199018/04/2015
From Kirkland via Gregs hut then on to Little Dun Fellbardolph16/04/2015
2mFM Radio Activation NP-001. Parked below radar stn. Cold.Petem0hqo27/03/2015
From Little Dun Fellrb15/02/2015
Parked by the school on the village green in Milburn. Followed tracks and footpaths across farmland to Wythwaite across the newly extended bridge. On to access land over Grumply Hill to Wildboar Scar where we started walking on snow. At Tees Head we were in the cloud and complete snow cover making it whiteout conditions to Cross Fell 893m. Returned to Tees Head to little Dun Fell 842m Great Dun Fell all on compass bearings to Silverband Mine (dis) to Milburn. 23km 900m ascent.axe.stephen14/02/2015
R Trev full winter conds Richard Tait06/02/2015
Not to be underestimated, one bulky fell.DannyboyXL01/01/2015
eyenose11/10/2014
Nice shelter on top newly built by the look of it.steven ruffles12/07/2014
From Kirkland. Great walk. On good form and great view of lakes Lakesgirl29/06/2014
Misty on top, three guys building new stone 'cross' shelter as part of Pennine Way 50th anniversarygeoffreybbb24/06/2014
Linear walk - Dufton to Kirkland along Pennine WayOwain G22/06/2014
Long Man Hill - Bullman Hills - Bullman Hills South Top - Cross Fell - Little Dun Fell - Great Dun Fell - Knock Fellronaldo33308/06/2014
Ascended with four co-walkers in a walk that went from Kirkland-Cross Fell-Little Dun Fell-Great Dun Fell-Tees Head-Skirting by Grumply Hill-Kirkland.FatGoatWalks01/06/2014
on Pennine Wayemily24/05/2014
Windy at the top. Cloudy, but with some views all around...dromeas26/10/2013
up from Kirkland in high winds then back down and around to gregs hut.AvidSockWearer13/10/2013
PW Foul Day. Gale, rain, 20m visibility and -7C windchill.Nick Caunt19/09/2013
From Kirkland.Richard Gunn18/08/2013
Walked on my own from Kirkland.Lovely walking weather with fantastic views.flockwatcher30/07/2013
Trek up to Greg's Hut for the night, Summited next morning whilst getting water for coffees from crossfell well. weather mid 20's, cracking evening and day,Poosticks13/07/2013
With G. Nuttalls' alt. route from end of road S. of Garrigill > Tyne Head > Great Dun Fell via Tyne Beck > Little Dun Fell > Cross Fell > Greg's Hut > Bullman Hills > Long Man Hill > Round Hill > Start.RT197003/07/2013
Went up from Kirkland - very boggy and wandered a bit off the path but found our way. Weather was good and clear so had good view at the top.leateach26/05/2013
With JO andJMgarth8727/04/2013
Climbed in a White Out, great fun. Loz & Biblozinworcester12/04/2013
Alex Blisco03/04/2013
Poor conditions, essentially no visibility, heavy snowfall. Dufton > Knock Fell > Trout Beck/Tyne Head > Garrigill > Cross Fell > Little Dun Fell > Great Dun Fell > DuftonEdgemaster16/03/2013
CJM18/10/2012
Milburn>Knock Fell, Great Dun Fell, Little Dun Fell, Cross Fell>Kirlland>Blencarn>Milburn. Great walk over 25km taking in Silverband Mine, NATS station and the 4 felltops with Spoons and JC. Very boggy in places especially over the lower ground from Milburn. Tops not too bad. Fantastic cloud free views of the Northern and Eastern Lakes and over Milburn Forest eastwards (note, no trees).RichieRambler13/10/2012
From just outside Knock up the metalled road then along to Silverband mine before cutting up to the Pennine Way. The tops were in mist on the way up but cleared as I was on Cross Fell. Could have got the car up to about 400m but enjoyed the walk!SS15/09/2012
From the sheep pens on the road out of Knock, and over Great Dun and Little Dun FellsFisky Boy03/09/2012
With Fisky BoyBrenda Cloke03/09/2012
From Great Dun Fell in the mist. Pretty diappointing for such a high mountain.clivevilla01/09/2012
Rather long and boring walk-in along Pennine Way (land-rover track) from Garrigill.Vanessa Simmons28/08/2012
A bright and early start from CP by gate NY716316. Then over Great Dun Fell, Little Dun Fell adn eventually Cross Fell. Quite slippery on the damp stone footpath. Then I drove to Dufton to do Dufton Pike in the afternoon.G4OOE20/08/2012
DALESRAIL WALK WITH LEADER PETER AND GROUP OF C.10. VIA LITTLE AND GREAT DUN FELLS. EXCELLENT WEATHER, LOTS OF ASCENT IN TIMED WALK; VERY TIRED AT END. UNDER FOOT CONDITIONS VERY GOOD. 10 MINUTES FOR PINT IN THE MIDLAND AT APPLEBY BEFORE TRAIN BACK TO BLACKPOOL.JOHNS15/07/2012
Kirkland > CROSS FELL large dome area summit has a cairn/shelter and trig point (2979) > Little Dun Fell > Great Dun Fell > Knock Fell > Knock > Milburn > Blencarn > KirklandTony Hartry II12/07/2012
Second ascent - this time from the south on round of the range, from above Knock. Clear enough to just make out the Solway Firth and North Sea. Great views!Man of Kernow112/07/2012
Bagged with my father, terry Marsh.3fatties20/06/2012
From Kirkland. Ran.dougylove20/06/2012
1dads05/11/2011
Long walk in from Dufton.bolton26/10/2011
Park at 670m in parking area on service road (By snow pole 197) Great Dun Fell Little Dun Fell Cross Fell Gregs Hut Bullman Hills (both of them) Cashwell mine workings Long Man Hill Round Hill Tyne Head Bridge over R. Tees Trout Beck Dunfell Hush Down road to car. (Solo)gerrybowes28/09/2011
From Kirkland back via Wildboar scar and Littledale.mart079728/07/2011
Winter walk in 4th year at university with James Mingay, James Neilson and Rhys Evans. Very cold!!Arran2826/11/2010
Parked at Knock on the road to the radar station. Route - Great Dun Fell - Little Dun Fell - Cross Fell and return. Clear day, warm at the start but very cold and icy on the tops. Some areas boggy underfoot.Cicatrice25/10/2010
PENNINE WAY DAY13 <BR> First climbed 18/05/2010mntainman05/10/2010
Start ~ 648325, Kirkland. Followed the good track / path all the way to the summit. Rather cold and windy on the top, clear though. With Wombourne.steve hudson04/10/2010
Pennine WayCatch19/07/2010
From Little Dun Fell with Billymick12/05/2010
With Billy via source of the TeesBillyP12/05/2010
Climb from Kirkland onto little and great dun fellnevans8414/04/2010
From Dufton over Dufton Pike and the Dun FellsGeoff Briggs16/02/2010
3rd ascent.With Andy from Kirkland in deep snow.Crib Goch13/02/2010
From grid ref. NY696295.Marshsand05/10/2009
Alan and OtisGlenford04/10/2009
A long circular route from Garrigill. Great views from the top. Took in the nearby geocache too.Father Ted13/09/2009
Bit of an epic from Kirkland. Up from N side then down over S side where I lost the path. Did some Geocaching on the summit.robphys22/08/2009
Climbed with little dunn fell and great dunn fell from Kirland.dianepick13/08/2009
A big flat top with a nice shelter stone on top in a shape of a cross so you can shelter from the wind!! When on top some tent demo was going on!! So we had unexpected cup of tea from the hosts.Mc Tango13/07/2009
With Jo, circular walk from Kirkland Hall: bridleway to Cross Fell, PW to Little Dun Fell and Great Dun Fell, bridleway to Silverband Mine (easy to follow), then Milburn (difficult to follow), then footpaths to Kirkland. Weather; high intermittent cloud with sunny intervals, warm, good visibility.amblerbob29/06/2009
Absolutely magnificent mountain.Jake99425/05/2009
from the end of the public road from knock via great and little dun fell.asbown23/04/2009
Graham & Janet Jackson's last Nuttall. With John & Anne Nuttall and 20 othersGalltywenallt28/03/2009
With Ian Soulsby.Dangerous Dave03/01/2009
RH v cold excellent Richard Tait28/12/2008
Activated ham radio for SOTA making 82 contacts on the short wave. Walked up along the Pennine Way route from Great Dun Fell Radar Road (parked at NY716316) and Little Dun Fell. Round trip of 5.8 miles and 1305 feet of ascent.G4OBK (Phil)27/12/2008
Would have been better off with ski's today.Flipperfeet07/12/2008
Very deep snow from 1000ft onwards.Some nice Cairns, and was glad of the four sided summit shelter.simocity07/12/2008
with Trout.robba_wag18/10/2008
up from Kirkland Fm via Pits/bothy. Lovely day but top in thick thick mist so some routefinding problems coming off via Tees Hd. solo. 4.5 hrsniallp20/09/2008
Revisit date. First date not recorded. see log on TrigpointingUK.com. RHW13/07/2008
Good path from Great Dun Felldestaylor24/06/2008
SRFrank18/06/2008
Start: Kirkland. Solo.Baggerdaz12/06/2008
Sadly the signs of damage to summit area, and the area around Crossfell Well from off-road motorbikes were evident. Great to re-visit this summit - last here on Pennine Way 20+ years ago.andrew larkins04/06/2008
Pennine Way/LeJoG. Beautiful day but must be pretty hostile in bad weather.ruthatlast22/05/2008
Started from Kirkland, bagged Cross Fell(plastered in snow and ice) Summit marked by trig point, wind shelter and cairn. Headed over to Little Dun Fell and Great Dun Fell. about 13 milesisabelle20/04/2008
Full snow cover down to 550m - summit white-out. Great day out!Hammy27/03/2008
Starting at Kirkland and up the track to the col to the North of Cross Fell. This winter did not have a lot of snow - and the bogs on the col were treacherous.chinnock11/02/2008
Legend states that a vanquished giant was banished to Cross Fell, his opponents directing that the worst of British weather should forever torment his stay. A February day certainly proved the truth in this. Icy winds driving needle sharp hail and a summit temperature of -10C were not conducive to enjoyment. Yet, in a strange sort of way, I did enjoy it!moorsman01/02/2008
Assent 14/05 from milburn through kirkland, beautiful clear day and wind chill to make it interesting!Loz_mck14/05/2007
Started the Nuttall walk from the alternative start near Garrigill. Croos Fell has two false summits.johnjennison30/04/2007
R superb day Pete from Milburn Richard Tait03/02/2007
climbed from Garrigill on the pennine way part of the Helm wind walkrobert30/09/2006
Parked by Kirkland Hall > CROSS FELL summit cairn/shelter and trig pillar (2979) at NY 68734 34322 893.368m > Little Dun Fell > Great Dun Fell >Knock Fell then retraced my steps back to the car (16miles)Tony Hartry07/06/2006
Warm-up walk for Ben Nevis with Steve Dixon.jackfowler25/05/2006
SOTA activation, bike all wayIan G7KXV24/04/2006
Snow on ground but sunny. With Andy D & Steve Dalwaysinshorts09/04/2006
with Jamie and group from YAC, covered in snow,vegibagger05/03/2006
Long walk in from Garrigill. Conditions on top V.Windy, Extremely Cold, Good covering of snow. An Excellent dayken.johnson27/02/2006
With Nick, from Kirkland richardsun03/12/2005
From Alston via Greg's Hut, during Pennine Way walk. Got some lovely fluorspar from the path on the way!DanHolme17/10/2005
With Matt,Greta and Maggie plus dogs. Up via Ranbeck and WIldboar Scar. A Good route of ascent. Down via Greg's hut and High Cap. One of about six ascents since 1980!iredale17/09/2005
From Dufton car Park, followed route up to Knock Fell - Great Dun Fell - Cross Fell - Dufton Pike. I underestimated the length of the route, but it was a nice day and I enjoyed the walk.Jhimmy21/08/2005
Walked upm from the NATS Radar Station and back down via Garrigal. An excellent morningM0ZZO07/08/2005
Small circular onto Cross Fell from Blencarn, couldn't see any of the views, covered in mist.DanTrig18/06/2005
Garrigill-Gregs Hut-Cross Fell-Tees Head-Garrigill. Hill and lots of caches. Windy on top just for a change.Walker Dan13/05/2005
Whilst doing Pennine way. Wind and hail but as I was walking south this was on my back. Met one chap heading north who only had shorts on and was putting on a brave face. 'Good Show' - I thought, that's what made Britain great. Walking the PW N to S means you get to meet everyone doing it by the book. I often met people who hadn't met anyone and I would meet about 10 people a day.mindlessflogger08/05/2005
With Claire and Jaz from Garigill as recce for BBWs walk the following weekend. Also walked 7/5/05 - me and six BBW members.Crib Goch01/05/2005
Night ascent from Greggs HutHikerPunk18/04/2005
R snow Pete Richard Tait17/04/2005
Office walk. Poor weather with no views.Man of Kernow118/03/2005
Third ascent.thenomad08/12/2004
topjohnfwoolley31/08/2004
http://tomread.co.ukm1eyp21/08/2004
Whilst walking the Pennine Way in 2004Chriså±±01/08/2004
There's a barrel of Jennings in that hut nearby! (Ruse by couple of old chaps to trick two young adventurous types to detour via Greg's hut. Alcohol found, sadly not said Jennings)PeteF17/04/2004
With Harry Matthews, from Kirkland up path past High Cap, traversed summit from NW to SE. Plenty of water (bogs, streams etc) above 700m, none below. Returned from Tees Head via Ranbeck. 5h 50min, no hurry. Lovely sunny day, but hazy. dbb02/10/2003
From Little Dun Fell, on Pennine Way. I had been here previously but not sure when.rfoster14/06/2003
R Richard Tait13/04/2003
Second ascent.thenomad18/12/2002
Walk: 9.1 With: Richard, Denise McLellan, Arthur, Sarah McGraw, Notes: Brollies, Dufton, fine weather dchill0124/11/2002
With Richard Denise McLellan Arthur Sarah McGraw : Brollies Dufton fine weather dchill24/11/2002
4thAlaric05/08/2000
From Kirkland. Track and path. Cairn, Trig and cross shaped stone wall shelter. With M.The Captain29/04/2000
With Si and Ed, whilst camping in Dent.Grinner24/04/2000
Continued along the 'Pennine Way' from Little Dun Fell, a very popular spot. yorkie13/02/2000
Summit shelterwebmaster08/11/1999
Started near Alston. With Steve. 14 1/2 milesVictor03/04/1999
First ascent.thenomad15/10/1998
With SB.Dugswell220/09/1998
Gsoftsquare11/07/1998
With CW.meugher11/10/1997
3rdAlaric25/08/1997
Pennine WayOne F in Foreig31/07/1997
Solo. Third of eight peaks on a 21-mile day.mikejacobs26/01/1997
1 of 4: From Kirklands.ChrisR03/08/1996
Over Gt and Little Dun Fell from near road top at aerials. Up since from Alston side on PW.nordicstar18/06/1996
R Richard Tait12/06/1995
Self and TaffyInvicta1413/04/1995
KeithByTheC01/01/1995
2ndAlaric23/04/1994
PW walk - cold on topBob Aldred26/08/1993
Climbed in the days you could get much higher up the station road. Glad becase the Nutall walk is long and hard later on in the dayRhayader_wander01/07/1993
done as a umist hike; shaun came along tomike killick31/01/1993
Highest in Pennines, fresh snow covering, gloriously sunny day. No snow goggles or sunglasses, next day touch of snow-blindness: eyes very painful, all sorts of weird colours on everyday objects etc.Aye Jimmy15/03/1992
snowBag200001/02/1991
topgigglejon15/09/1990
Pennine Way Pubcrawl with Duncanstever01/07/1990
petey01/01/1990
Date unknown RHW01/01/1990
And again on :- 31-01-1998, 14-11-2021, with Denise and Chris O.RichardM27/12/1989
Windy but clear, nice lunch in Gregs hut out of the windJimearl614/09/1989
4 of 4: From Little Dun Fell. During 3 day backpacking trip on part of Pennine Way.ChrisR05/08/1989
KD Pennine Waycrazy20/07/1989
Also Great Dun Fell. Little Dun Fell.smocks and denims27/02/1989
On the Pennine Waylozinworcester01/01/1987
Pennine WayTonyandsue17/08/1986
From Dufton, along Pennine Way. This is a good section of the PW, over Knock Fell and the Dun Fells,so keeping high over summits enlivener=d with rocky areas- little cliffs and scars and pavements. Typical good summer day, 20 degC at start, sunny with a little cloud, views as far as Grisedale Pike and Ingleborough. Descent to Kirkland, 14 miles. Ran back to Dufton (6 miles). More recent walk based on Nuttalls, with brother,Pete.pwheeler09/08/1986
Unsure date - Pennine Way Aug 1986N.Morters06/08/1986
With India. 2 subsequent visits.beorwulf27/07/1986
With Simon on MTB from Garrigill via Greg's HutJohn Lee15/05/1985
In cloud so no hope of views of Lake District as hoped. PW with Mark. Dufton to Alston YH. 22 miles. lunch in lee of summit shelter. Then to Greg's hut -signed visitor book.Chris Pearson24/09/1984
Date is an estimate; I did it again on Pennine Way on 12/05/2015IanHHill01/08/1983
PW S to N with son, CD, and DH.Eddie09/07/1983
Wirh CA192105/04/1983
Walking PW section from Dufton to Haltwhistlebutteryhaugh01/01/1983
with DL Climbing & Fell Walking Club (date est.)batrigg01/08/1982
While doing Pennine Waydavechaffey01/08/1982
12th day of Pennine Way (Knock Fell Hush-Alston)abbo000131/07/1981
PENNINE WAYEVERTON30/07/1981
Misty day on Pennine Way with Hugh, Pete and Grahamdchill0106/08/1980
Pennine WayBungee01/08/1980
On Pennine Way trip.douglas_easton08/07/1979
On Pennine WayPeterD28/05/1979
On the Pennine WayBLACKHILL14/05/1979
With Keith when doing the Pennine WayAlan Moore08/05/1978
Pennine Waykdbennett06/04/1978
from Little D F. More buffeting from gale force wind. 15.30. Picked up fluorspar chips to make a cairn at home (AW). Greg's hut being done up. Onto Corpse Road and car. Lager and lime in George and Dragon. 16 miles; 7 hours.arranc28/09/1977
Day 9 of Pennine Wayijpowell09/08/1977
 yorkielad08/04/1977
pwThearlaichdubh05/07/1976
SoloVin09/01/1976
Ascended whilst walking the Pennine Way leg from Dufton to Garrigill. Cloud for most of the way but a big inversion on the summit with the top of the masts on Great Dunn Fell shining in the sun. Four other ascents with the best route being the one from Kirkland in August 2011.JohnW25/10/1974
Done on Pennine Way.ngthack19/09/1972
PeteN01/01/1970
Pennine way walk. Several subsequent ascents including supporting Mike Hartley's Pennine way Recordpetesimpson06/08/1968
Date default for unknown. With Pete Mansbridge on trig point campaign. Also on Pennine Way.Conrad06/12/1950
The date recorded is approximate.pwbellarbyblank
?th Aug 2002 - saved it to be my last Nuttall.summitsupblank
With Simon from GarigillChainsnapperblank
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From Kirkland up the path to a snowy and boggy pass. The top is flatfish with some potential small tops vying for the top spotChinnockCblank
Lukimotakablank
Water Box Shelter challenge with the Rotary and also camped at the top of Cross Fell.outlyingfells20blank
Three ascents, last 2012Flatfieldblank
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