Fairfield, the (relatively!) easy way - i.e., via Alcock Tarn, Stone Arthur, Great Rigg, thence to the top, and thereafter back down from between Great Rigg and Heron Pike to Alcock Tarn again. Lovely views all the way till the summit, when not so bright. But definitely a less arduous route than the whole of the Fairfield 'Horseshoe', plus first visit to Stone Arthur.
(Highest point - Fairfield: 2863 ft./873 m. Distance: 8.5 miles/ 13.6 km. Ascent: 3365 ft./ 865 m. Time: 8 hours.)
For further details of this walk, see the following:
Richards, M. (2008) Lakeland Fellranger series - The Near Eastern Fells. Cicerone. Stone Arthur and Fairfield Sections.
Wainwright, A. (1966) A Pictorial Guide to the Lakeland Fells, Book 1: The Eastern Fells. Westmorland Gazette. Sections on Stone Arthur and Fairfield.
Ordnance Survey Explorer Map OL7 (1: 25 000) The Lake District: SE Area [or equivalent].

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