Boat How 337m [Hill]

54.419372, -3.26945 [UK]

Worldwide: 935th= [all time] N/A [last year] N/A [last month]
Country: 935th= [all time] N/A [last year] N/A [last month]

single stone embedded in grass

Source: Database of British and Irish Hills v14

300-399m Tump, Wainwright Outlying Fell, Birkett

Last Bagged on 9th May 2018 2:52pm by Tramplite

First Bagged on 8th Dec 2012 12:06pm by Leerockwell15

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Lake District: The 4 Valleys Walk

Lake District: The 4 Valleys Walk backpackartist

24th - 28th Sep 2014

Walking from Borrowdale over into Eskdale, meeting up with @wellycath and then walking over to Wasdale and finally Langdale.

Beacons: 597 | Distance: 63.3 km | Height Gain: 2,719 m

Eskdale to Langdale adventure

Eskdale to Langdale adventure wellycath

23rd - 29th Sep 2014

Beacons: 332 | Distance: 22.5 miles | Height Gain: 4,262 ft

4 Days Around Eskdale and the Western Fells

4 Days Around Eskdale and the Western Fells Leerockwell15

8th Dec 2012

Beacons: 356 | Distance: 7.5 miles | Height Gain: 2,500 ft

Top Baggers of Boat How


Tramplite [1]

Full-time hiker, cycle tourer and paddler. Occasional designer of lightweight hiking kit.


backpackartist [1]

Backpacker and Outdoors Blogger at Abstract landscape artist at Usually spotted lurking around the Lakes, Wales, Dartmoor the South East, and on the TGO Challenge.


Leerockwell15 [1]

Love the outdoors,spend all of spare time hiking in the Lake District,or any other place that has Mountains to climb,Munro bagger,Backpacker,Wild camper.


munro277 [1]

Out walking, backpacking in Lakes and Scotland most wks just started a blog


wellycath [1]

Geezerbird! Lover of all things spicy, ale, sea, hills, and socialising. Attempts to photograph & blog the above activities. Trainee wild camper & Social Hiker.

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