Gragareth is a mountain on the border of Lancashire and Cumbria, whilst sitting The Yorkshire Dales. Its summit is 628m and is claimed to be the highest point in Lancashire, although there is some debate about this, as Green Hill (1km north) is allegedly slightly higher.
On a warm August day Tim and Matt park up on Leck Fell and head straight up to the cairns known as the Three Men of Gragareth, and then head up to the trig point which is close by. This circular walk then takes you along the popular Turbary Road track, taking in a number of pots and caves.
8.65km – 5.4miles
Some restrictions on access land
Along the way (things to look out for on your OS map)
Leck Fell, Short Drop Cave, Leck Fell House, Three Men of Gragareth, Gragareth, Dodson’s Hill, Marble Steps Pot, Ireby Fell Cavern, Lost John’s Cave