St Sunday Crag is a fell in the English Lake District, part of the Fairfield group in the Eastern Fells. It is a prominent feature in the Patterdale skyline, with a distinctive rounded shape. Indeed, it figures so finely in views from the upper reach of the lake that it is sometimes referred to as ‘the Ullswater Fell’.For travelers who use our international travel planner, Patterdale holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the St Sunday Crag and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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St Sunday Crag is deceptive as there is a steep climb initially until you come to what looks like the top but it goes a lot further than the first bit but the views are worth the climb. Take lots of.... more »
Saint Dominic, he of the Dominican Friars and Patron Saint of Astronomers, is known in these parts (for unfathomable reasons) as St. Sunday. For reasons equally ineffable, this 841 meter (about 2759..... more »
Beautiful but take it easy if heading onto there from Fairfield! The short climb down from there is full of scree so can be a bit scary!
Loved this No 23 Wainwright fell.
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