Hartsop Above How

Also known as:Gill Crag - Hartsop Above How
Area:Lake District - Eastern Fells
County:Cumbria
Country:England
Classification:Wainwright, Birkett, and sub Dodd
(also Fellranger and Synge)
Height:581m
Maps:OL5(S) Explorer or 90 Landranger
Grid Ref:NY383120         Hills nearby: 5km 10km 20km
Summit:knoll of rock and grass - photo
Notes:local topography fits Wainwright's sketch and knoll is several metres higher than any other top on ridge; embedded rock on knoll 240m away at NY 38540 12105 is probably Wainwright's NE summit
Daylight:dawn 07:12, sunrise 07:53, sunset 16:01, dusk 16:43

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Stand Crags and Hartsop above How
Stand Crags and Hartsop above How


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5.7km (3.5 miles) away
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