It maintains the same format but uses red to highlight paths on the route diagrams, and includes updated content e. The list below has been arranged in alphabetical order rather than height in order to align as far as possible with the list at the back of Wainwright's book.
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Summits are listed by the name used in the Database of British and Irish Hills,  with cross-references from other summit names used by Wainwright to the entries in this table. Each summit appears only once, with height and grid reference. The "page" column allows the list to be sorted into Wainwright's order of chapters, which is roughly geographical, moving clockwise round the area from Kendal in the east.
The map marks the highest point reached on each of Wainwright's 56 walks.
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The number adjacent to each point gives the page number of the corresponding chapter in the book and the colour indicates the general height of the summit. Clicking a number provides a link to the article about the fell in question. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Numbers are page numbers in Wainwright's book.
Buck Barrow. The Forest , Bannisdale Horseshoe 3. Great Saddle Crag.
High Wether Howe. Hollow Moor , Green Quarter Fell. Hooker Crag see Muncaster Fell. Hugh's Laithes Pike. Kinmont Buck Barrow. The Knott , Stainton Pike. Fell is described as a corpulent man with a moustache who wears a cape and a shovel hat and walks with the aid of two canes.
Fell is an amateur sleuth, frequently called upon by the police, whom he frustrates in the usual manner of most fictional detectives by refusing to reveal his deductions until he has arrived at a complete solution to the problem.
Fell's Hollow : A J Abbiati :
The most recurring police character was Superintendent Hadley. Most of Fell's exploits concern the unravelling of locked room mysteries or of "impossible crimes". When he himself becomes frustrated, he is likely to cry out, "Archons of Athens! The wife's name is never given, and little of her character is revealed, except that she is rather eccentric as well.
She goes unmentioned in many of the books, but an allusion to her late in the series indicates that the couple's domestic life is unchanged. The Fells have no children. Fell's "locked room lecture",  in which he delineates many of the methods by which apparently locked-room or impossible-crime murders might be committed.
In the course of his discourse, he states, off-handedly, that he and his listeners are, of course, characters in a book. Fell was portrayed by Finlay Currie. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Gideon Fell Self-portrait of G. Fell is described as a corpulent man with a moustache who wears a cape and a shovel hat and walks with a cane. Retrieved