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Seathwaite Fell South Top
Subsidary fell of Great End, over looking Seathwaite and the western arm of the Borrowdale valley. One of three summits marked on this mountain, this is the middle one by height, being just three feet short of the true summit. Set with a dramatic backdrop of the high cliffs of Great End, it offers the best outlook of the three tops over the popular Sprinkling Tarn.

Seathwaite Fell holds the dubious distinction of being the wettest place in England.

Height : 2070ft/631m
NY 22776 09415
Lake District - Southern Fells - Cumbria - England
Hill Classification(s) :  Nuttall
OS Explorer Map(s): 4S 6N
OS Landranger Map(s): 89 90

Additional Information from the Database of British Hills
Summit Feature: Small cairn on rock
 

 

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25/02/2012
Glaramara Group
4288 ft. - 10.5 miles
Hard
Fairly windy which made it feel cold. Cloud above our heads for the majority of the walk
Mick
Lake District


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