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Seathwaite Fell (Wainwright)
Subsidary fell of Great End. Over looking Seathwaite, this is the one of three summits marked on this mountain, and the one Wainwright chose to feature. Lowest of the three, it still offers the best views north towards Derwent Water.

No definitive paths to the summit, which is dotted all over with rough volcanic rocks. Seathwaite Fell holds the dubious distinction of being the wettest place in England. It is ranked 130th highest Wainwright overall, and is 23rd highest in the list of Southern Fells.

Height : 1970ft/601m
NY 22904 10183
Lake District - Southern Fells - Cumbria - England
Hill Classification(s) :  Birkett,  Wainwright
OS Explorer Map(s): 4S 6N
OS Landranger Map(s): 89 90

Additional Information from the Database of British Hills
Summit Feature: Cairn
Observation: Rock 17m SE of cairn at NY 22915 10168 is 1m higher


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Glaramara Group
4288 ft. - 10.5 miles
Fairly windy which made it feel cold. Cloud above our heads for the majority of the walk
Lake District

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