Walla Crag is really no more than the highest point along the north-western shoulder of Bleaberry Fell. It has an elevation of 379 m (1,243 ft) and a prominence of 24 m (79 ft) and the summit is marked by a large cairn. What distinguishes it are the impressive views from here of Keswick, Derwent Water and the surrounding fells. Combined with the ease of reaching the summit from either nearby Keswick or the car park at Great Wood, this makes Walla Crag a popular destination with fell walkers and others too. Walkers intent on bagging Wainwrights will usually combine an ascent of this fell with Bleaberry Fell.