Dollywaggon Pike

Area:Lake District - Eastern Fells
County:Westmorland and Furness
Country:England
Classification:Wainwright, Birkett, Hewitt, Nuttall, and High Hill of Britain
(also Fellranger, Synge, Sim, and Tump)
Height:858.5m (with a drop of 50.3m)
Maps:OL5(S) Explorer or 90 Landranger
Grid Ref:NY346130         Hills nearby: 5km 10km 20km
Summit:cairn
Notes:rock 7m W may be as high; cairn 30m SW at NY 34601 13046 is lower
Daylight:dawn 05:29, sunrise 06:08, sunset 20:15, dusk 20:54
External links:Wikipedia

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Falcon Crag and Dollywaggon Pike from Deepdale Hause
Falcon Crag and Dollywaggon Pike from Deepdale Hause


Dollywaggon Pike is the southern most peak in the Helvellyn ridge. Spelt variously Dollywagon on the OS 50K map, and Dollywaggon on the OS 25K map. Pike means a "peaked mountain", which is how it looks from upper Grisedale.

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