|Area:||Lake District - Far Eastern Fells|
|Classification:||Wainwright Outlying Fell|
|Maps:||OL7(S) Explorer or 96, 97 Landranger|
|Grid Ref:||SD390739 Hills nearby: 5km 10km 20km|
|Summit:||rock 150m N of trig point|
|Notes:||WOF summit is the trig point at SD 39102 73829 and is 30cm lower|
|Daylight:||dawn 04:10, sunrise 04:58, sunset 21:17, dusk 22:05|
Humphrey Head from the south
Humphrey Head, is a limestone headland jutting southwards into Morecambe Bay, is a Cumbria Wildlife Trust Nature Reserve. It is the southernmost of the Lake District fells discussed by Wainwright being mentioned in The Outlying Fells of Lakeland and from the top you get good views out over Morecambe Bay.
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