Name:Wild Boar Fell East Top
Hill number:5608
Height:707m / 2320ft
Parent (Ma):2720  Wild Boar Fell
RHB Section:35A: The Northern Pennines
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Yorkshire Dales - Northern Fells
County/UA:Westmorland and Furness
Catchment:Eden (Carlisle)
Grid ref:SD 76154 98529
Summit feature:no feature 15m NW of shelter
Col:705m  SD761988  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 98
(1:25k) OL19S
Observations:ground 15m W at SD 76147 98516 is lower; summit is 1.5m lower than hill 2720
Survey:Leica NA730
Survey of Wild Boar Fell (final).doc
Comments:Summit of fell is hill 2720
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Walking the Six Peaks Trail. Today from Garsdale station to Kirkby Stephen station. £4.90 for return rail fare. Swarth Fell Pike, Swarth Fell, Wild Boar Fell (both high points) and Little Fell.ijpowell03/06/2024
Swarth Fell - Wild Boar Fell (both tops) - Little Fell from the Thrang. 11 milesGary Heath19/05/2024
Bus 573 from Kendal dropped me at Stennerskeugh road end. Pennine Bridleway to col then easy walk to toptrimarc215/05/2024
From the parking spot at The Thrang up to Wild Boar Fell,across to the east top,along the ridge to Swarth Fell and Swarth Fell Pike and down to Aisgill Moor cottages.Hitched a lift back up the road to my car with a guy from Kirkby which was very welcome indeed in the heat.ARM10/05/2024
8 of 10 from the Thrang.robertphillips04/05/2024
A Peckish26/01/2024
Aisgill Cottages - Hanging Lund - Little Fell - Yoadcomb Scar - Wild Boar Fell trig - Swath Fell- Swarth Fell Pike - Tup Hole - Brunt. Cloudy & breezy but clear. 16.3km 3hrs 46. Mobbed by lapwings, curlew, snipe chicks, excellentJohn Eley07/06/2023
Circuit of Wild Boar Fell tops and Swarth Fell tops from Cotegill Bridge, reasonably dry underfoot, on a cool but not too windy day.milimana11/10/2022
From AisgillThe Playful Pig10/10/2022
Second summit of today for Boo and I. Walking along scar edge from the Nab.Alphaville19928/05/2022
Both summits this time via the Nabconanharrod08/05/2022
Nuttall walk 11.2: Wild Boar Fell, Wild Boar Fell East Top, Swarth Fell, Swarth Fell Pike, Baugh Fell (Tarn Rigg Hill) , Knoutberry Haw. Very hard, often pathless walk on a beautiful March day. Parked on the raod, car surrounded by fell ponies.Lazylizzie26/03/2022
Parking at barn at SD776965. N along B6259 and up farm track to Hazelgill. Then bridleway to High Dolphinsty. Good ATV track out to Little Fell and back. Good path up to Wild Boar Fell summit with good linking path to E top. Poorer path down to col and along to Swarth Fell. At Swarth Fell Pike took small path at Rt angles L (NE) down through Stubbing Rigg to Aisgill Moor Cottages.Isbjorn24/08/2021
Ever Onward07/07/2021
With John Bethelandydgreen105/07/2021
Parked at the Street, followed the Pennine Bridleway to the top, then up the path onto Wild Boar Fell East Top, then across to Wild Boar Fell and back down via Sand Tarn and The Clouds to parking.Chipstertrain18/04/2021
Great viewpoint. With Bryher.jenx19/11/2020
Curly & Shirley12/09/2020
19.3 miles 2889ft walk, start at Cross Hall Farm Caravan Park Cautley, walk along A638 to Beck Side, take right Lane to Bluecaster Side, follow briddleway across moor to Uldale then Nutall route to Flint Howe and Sand Tarn then summit of Wild Boar Fell, cross plateau to view point then follow fence line to Swarth Fell and Swarth Fell Pike, back track and take fence line down across Holmes Moss Hill to A Pennine Journey path and follow west to Foggy Hiil and back to Cautley.stephenbuda10/09/2020
From Aisgill Cottages, walked north along the Lady Anne Highway, then south back along the ridge top visiting Wild Boar Fell, Wild Boar Fell East Top, Swarth Fell and Swarth Fell Pike with Chris, Christine, Eric, Geoff and Steve. 18Km with 700m ascent in 6 hours.silveracorn_alan13/08/2020
The Parkers12/07/2020
Mallerstang roundemily20/06/2020
W/Wright WotHF no.28.Sedge05/06/2020
Start off the road at Grid 743014. Route up to Wild Boar Fell.smocks and denims05/03/2020
On way to END and SwarthLongwojo22/12/2019
Gavin Theobald09/10/2019
From parking spot near The Thrang with Miranda and hill baggers to celebrate RHW's Cumbria compleation. Impressively pointy fell, enjoyed following the rocky edge on descent. On to Little Fell.Wycombe Wanderer08/09/2019
Revisit to see rebuilt trigpillar as part of Robs Cumbria all completion At this point on the escarpment edge.cjo08/09/2019
My final Cumbrian summit, after revisiting the 3rd 708m spot and the newly rebuilt trig. From NE, The Thrang. Thanks to Ronnie Nicola Jez Miranda Chris David Rick and Phil for company, chilly sunny late pmRHW08/09/2019
Bag For Life08/09/2019
From Little Ing via the Pennine Bridleway then along the edge of the ridge before the Marilyn.NormanW27/08/2019