Green Gable, with an elevation of 801 metres, is a fell in the Lake District, Cumbria. This fell is often crossed by walkers on their way to it’s more famous neighbour, Great Gable. It stands to the north east of Great Gable.
Green Gable can be climbed from Honister Pass, Seathwaite in Borrowdale or Ennerdale. The summit of Green Gable, which is marked by a cairn, would be a famous spot in it’s own right if it wasn’t for the huge presence of Great Gable. However, there are good views of Gable Crag and Scafell Pike but the most spectacular view would be the view up the Buttermere valley.