Crag Fell is a hill in the English Lake District. It is part of the Lank Rigg group, standing above Ennerdale Water in the Western Fells. The craggy northern face above the lake gives the fell its name, prominent in views from the car park at Bowness Knott. Ascents are commonly made from the foot of Ennerdale Water.
There's a trail leading to the summit.
By prominence Crag Fell is
# 91 out of 864 in Lake District National Park # 90 out of 838 in The English Lake District WHS
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