Wild Boar Fell is a mountain in the parrish of Mallerstang, on the eastern side of the county of Cumbria, England. It is high about 708 metres (2323 feet). It is a scenic sight and a milestone for many miles around. It gives the confusing reaction that it is a ridge if it is approached from the north, but from the south its true shape can be seen, with rocky sides and a flat summit. The fell offers stunning views of the Howgills, Pennines, the Lake District fells, and on nice days, a glimpse of the sea at Morecambe Bay.