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Wild Boar Fell
Named after the animals that once roamed this area, around 500 years ago. Wild Boar Fell is the fifth highest of the Yorkshire Dales fells, being just a metre shorter than fourth placed High Seat, which sits directly opposite across the Mallerstang valley. It's worth pointing out that although 4th and 5th, neither fell is actually in the Dales, although most people overlook this. Great views from the top, especially of the Howgills and across the Mallerstang valley.

Height : 2323ft/708m
SD 75796 98828
Yorkshire Dales - Northern Fells - Cumbria - England
Hill Classification(s) :  Hewitt,  HuMP,  Marilyn,  Nuttall,  Yorkshire 2000
OS Explorer Map(s): 19S
OS Landranger Map(s): 98

Additional Information from the Database of British Hills
Summit Feature: Trig point
Comment: Alternative summit at SD761985 (hill 5608)


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3333 ft. - 12.8 miles
Mixed - quite warm at times, sunny spells, rain showers
Yorkshire Dales

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