|Area:||Lake District - North Western Fells|
|Maps:||OL4(S) Explorer or 89 Landranger|
|Grid Ref:||NY153213 Hills nearby: 5km 10km 20km|
|Notes:||rocky slabs 35m SW at NY 15335 21327 are lower|
|Daylight:||dawn 07:34, sunrise 08:14, sunset 16:36, dusk 17:16|
The panorama from Brackenthwaite Hows was painted by JMW Turner in his 1797 watercolour Crummock Water, Looking Towards Buttermere, and offers splendid 360-degree views across the north-western Lakes. Also known as Lanthwaite Hill, the viewpoint was a popular stop in the Georgian and Victorian era but fell out of fashion. It has now been bought by the National Trust.
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