Black Combe is a fell that can be seen for miles around – especially where we live on the Fylde Coast, so it was nice to finally see it up close.
This walk starts off with a challenging ascent but don’t worry, after a good half an hour slog, it gets easier. This was a great introduction to the Outlying Fells of the Lake District.
|Low Point||About 50 metres|
|High Point||600 metres|
|Terrain||Mostly good tracks on the fell|
|Dogs||No dog with us, but other dogs about|
|Estimated Calories burned||2000 cal|
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On this route
Beckside, Swine Cragg, White Hall Knott, White Combe, Whitecombe Moss, Whitecombe Screes, Blackcombe Screes, Black Combe, Sty Knotts, Whitecombe Beck, Whitcham Mill.