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Wainwright Fells Map & Tick List

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Receive 50% off a Wainwright Fells Folded Map when bought with a Lake District Hill Chart. Discounts are applied during the checkout process.

From Scafell Pike to Castle Crag the Lake District Hill Chart shows the locations of all 214 Wainwright fells and includes a complete fell tick-list to record your peak bagging progress.

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Wainwright Fells Map & Tick List (formerly the Lake District Hill Chart)

214 Wainwright Fells Map with Tick List

A beautifully illustrated map of the Wainwright Fells.

From Scafell Pike to Castle Crag the Lake District Hill Chart shows the locations of all 214 Wainwright fells and includes a complete fell tick-list to record your peak bagging progress.

Each hill is drawn to scale and is clearly named and numbered in altitude order. The chart is both a functional and informative piece of artwork for the home and the perfect poster for any Lakeland walker.

Wainwright Map Features

  • Hill names
  • Wainwright fell number
  • Wainwright area colours defined
  • Altitudes in metres
  • Altitudes in feet
  • Altitudes in feet (Wainwright's Values)
  • Full list of hills in table format
  • Tick box for each hill
  • Lakes
  • Lake names
  • Valley names
  • Major roads

Map Specification

  • Available in 2 sizes:
    A2-size (594 × 420mm) OR A1-size (841 x 594mm)
  • Flat poster format
  • Heavyweight 170gsm paper
  • High quality litho printed

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Customer Reviews 32 item(s)

A 'must-have' for Wainwright baggers
A simple, but effective chart that allows the user to easily identify and record those fells described in the Wainwright series of books as they are visited. Keeping it on display will give you the incentive to visit and re-visit as your 'collection' grows. A 'must-have' for Wainwright baggers; a fantastic guide for the casual visitor.
Review by Antony Smith / (Posted on 21/08/2011)
A very clear, easy to read representation of the fells
It takes a special skill to make something simple and effective. This chart really works for us - a very clear, easy to read representation of the fells, showing relative location plus a chart of the key details. Great on the study wall as a souvenir and as a planner - and if you're not so familiar, as an orientation. We saw this on the wall in a favourite pub - liked it so much we wrote down the supplier name and bought one for ourselves...
Review by Geoff Beeson / (Posted on 19/08/2011)
Easy to use, visual representation of all the Wainwrights
The guide provides an easy to use, visual representation of all the Wainwrights making it easy to see at a glance what you've done and the peaks left to conquer!
Review by Kevin Downsworth / (Posted on 18/08/2011)
Fantastic - laminated it, put it on the wall and now starting to tick bits off as I bag them!
Review by Rebecca O'Hara / (Posted on 10/08/2011)
Clear and concise
Liked this a lot - we actually got it for our dog, who was just a year old. Its up on the wall and we are using it as a 'tick-list' as and when they are done.

Its clear and concise.

Only addition I would suggest is to add some subdued dotted lines to divide the map into the 7 Wainwright book areas.
Review by Clive Shelley / (Posted on 10/08/2011)
Great for keeping a record
We find the map great for keeping a record of all our walks over the years.
Review by colin mair / (Posted on 09/08/2011)
I look at it every day
Chart is very good,its pinned on my wall in the extension, just got back from Keswick today having spent 5 days on the fells, I now have 48 fells ticked off.
I look at it every day and it gives me an incentive to complete all of the fells on the list.
Review by Glenn Philpott / (Posted on 09/08/2011)
Really like the layout and detail of information
I bought this as a present for my husband. We really like the layout and detail of information and immediately started using it. Also very good service from the company.
Review by Ruth Lilliott / (Posted on 09/08/2011)
The layout is very good for planning routes when walking a number of fells in one go.
The layout is very good for planning routes when walking a number of fells in one go.
Review by Fern Bell / (Posted on 08/08/2011)
A much appreciated present
A much appreciated present for a London-dwelling lover of the Cumbrian hills. An invaluable aid to happy hours of plotting and planning how to complete that Wainwright list.
Review by Katherine McQuail / (Posted on 08/08/2011)
A great inspiration
A great inspiration; having it on the wall reminds me how many more of those hills I've got to drag myself up!
Review by Andrew Macpherson / (Posted on 08/08/2011)
Full marks!
A great product! The chart is a perfect way to see how many Wainwrights I've got left to tick off, with extra details about their heights too. You can see which hills are grouped together - a great way to plan which part of the Lakes to head to for the weekend. Full marks!
Review by Katherine Craig / (Posted on 08/08/2011)
This chart does exactly what it says on the tin
This chart does exactly what it says on the tin. It gives the walker the chance to tick off and / or colour-in the fells they have completed to date. Our chart already has the 64 Wainwrights highlighted, that we have conquered so far.
As far as we know, there are no other products which allow you to specifically view the 214 Wainwright fells like this and be able to see the clusters and grouping of summits you still have to climb. Not even the Wainwright guides allow you to do this!
Review by Martin Hamilton / (Posted on 08/08/2011)
I love this map - it's absolutely brilliant
I love this map - it's absolutely brilliant. Whilst being wonderfully simplistic, it contains all necessary information. I like the way the hills are shown in order of size/height - both in the list and pictorially. My only small criticism is that some of the heights differ very slightly to those quoted in the latest Wainwright books (The Pictorial Guides to the Lakeland Fells). *** Thanks for your feedback Ian - Edition 2 of this map now has current altitude info. ***
Review by Ian Hedley / (Posted on 08/08/2011)
A great aid
A great aid for anyone wanting to do all the 'Wainwrights' It makes planning routes to bag the most peaks in one walk a lot easier.
Review by simon austwick / (Posted on 08/08/2011)
This map is great!
This map is great! My husband bought it for me when I decided I would try to complete all 214 Wainwright Hills in the Lake District. As this is a slow process, I use a different coloured pen for each year - i.e. hills climbed in 2008 are coloured in green, 2009 are coloured blue, 2010 coloured red etc. I recently passed the half way mark (currently 109) so I suspect my chart will be multi-coloured by the time I complete my challenge! The chart is also great for seeing which hills still need to be conquered, and where they fit in with surrounding hills, making route planning much easier. At the end of a day on the fells, one of the first things I do when I get home is to colour in the hills on the chart and the corresponding tick box too!
Review by Paul Coward / (Posted on 07/08/2011)
A must for all A.W. footstep followers!
A very useful and large reference guide, clearly labels the fells. A must for all A.W. footstep followers!
Review by Eugene Hanna / (Posted on 07/08/2011)
I love this map
I love this map it helps me plan which peaks to do collectively, it is also easy check how many wainwrights you have climbed, more important how many still to go !!!!
Review by janet carr / (Posted on 07/08/2011)
Excellent map
Excellent map for those ticking off the Wainwright summits
Review by Alan Edwards / (Posted on 07/08/2011)
5 Stars
I first saw this map in a pub in The Lakes and resolved to get one for my son. The map is of a large size and printed on high qulaity glossy paper. My son uses it to tick off and colour in his Wainwrights - he's on 45 and counting!
Review by Robert Barklamb / (Posted on 07/08/2011)
I have really enjoyed this map
I have really enjoyed this map because i have been able to literally tick off the fells I have walked. I would have liked the lakes and tarns to have to have been included too.
I have found a large frame to display the map but of course each time you want to update your ticklist you have to take it out of the frame.
Review by Nicky Godridge / (Posted on 07/08/2011)
A very well received present
This was purchased as a Christmas Present for my husband who is a keen walker and is particularly fond of the Lake District. He is enjoying being able to record his walking achievements. A very well received present.
Review by Judith Richardson / (Posted on 07/08/2011)
The motivation for the many that I've yet to do
The Wainright Fells Tick List has pride of place on my bedroom wall. It's a very simple and effective way to show off and keep track of my Lake District exploits. It's a reminder of all the great walks that I've done (35) and is the motivation for the many that I've yet to do.
Review by Essop Hajat / (Posted on 07/08/2011)
5 Stars
I saw the hill chart in the ODG and thought I've got to have one, so I bought it. It came quickly and is now on the wall in our spare room.
Review by Bridget Wedderburn / (Posted on 07/08/2011)
5 Stars
My map is framed in our hallway . we put gold stars on it when we complete each mountain. Our friends and family always look to see how we are going on.
Now need to buy a couple more maps for friends.
Review by peter porter / (Posted on 07/08/2011)
Great value
Never tire of looking at it - either brings back memories or motivates for the next trip. Great value.
Review by Anthony Thomas / (Posted on 07/08/2011)
A great way of planning the next trip
I bought the map for my Dad who has it up in his study. He was already at 160, which he ticked off on the map. It's a great way of planning the next trip and which fells to tackle next. Thoroughly recommend it.
Review by Christopher Mounsey / (Posted on 07/08/2011)
I love it
I love it. First saw it in old dungeon ghyll. Mines facing my toilet. I can sit for hours looking where I've been when I go!
Review by Mike Wilkinson / (Posted on 07/08/2011)
A great motivational tool
This is a great chart showing approx locations of each hill and having a tick list makes it a great motivational tool. My partner has put his on the bedroom wall which i admit i was dubious about at first but actually it looks great!
Review by Sian Burnell / (Posted on 07/08/2011)
A great piece of art for the dedicated walker
This map made a great gift for my friend who's walked many times through the Lake District and is a huge fan of Wainwright and his walking guides. The map itself is made of sturdy, shiny stock, and we both love that he can mark off all the peaks he's summitted. Great attention to detail and makes a great piece of art for the dedicated walker.
Review by Allison Landman / (Posted on 07/08/2011)
Ideal for planning your next walk!
The Chart Map provides a comprehensive overview of the Wainwrights, allowing you to stand back and see how the different peaks fit together. Ideal for planning your next walk!
Review by Peter Thwaites / (Posted on 06/08/2011)
Delighted with it
A great asset, acting both as an aide-memoire to summits already achieved, and as an effective way to group summits and plan ahead. It would have been even better if had been in the "Wainwright" style of handwriting, but nevertheless we are delighted with it
Review by Rosemary Webster / (Posted on 06/08/2011)

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