Fairfield is a fell of split character, its gentle and heavily trodden southern flank a striking contrast to the wild and craggy north side. Here the ground is bitten into two dramatic coves, Sleet and Link, divided by the gnarled spur of Greenhow End. This is the double-headed Deepdale, one of the more quietly inspiring locations in the Lake District. Providing a connoisseur's alternative to the ever-popular Fairfield Horseshoe, this walk takes you into Link Cove, from where Greenhow End is climbed via a rough route with some optional scrambling. Return to the valley via Hart Crag and the long interesting arm of Hartsop Above How.