Farleton Fell showcases spectacular glacier-scarred territory, with great expanses of limestone pavement on show. The deep grikes, made by the force of water running through the great blocks of clint, and the great scars, which are perfect for rock climbing, are all quite something.
The views stretch to Morecambe Bay, the Lake District hills and the Yorkshire Dales, with wonderful panoramic photo opportunities. It’s a wonderful place to watch the sun go down and take in the surrounding scenery.
There are many walks to choose from, and with a road running almost to the top, it’s accessible to most, from a short wander to a full days hike.