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Brown Pike
Brown Pike is a fell in the Coniston range. It is a subsiduary summit of Dow Crag, and and along with Dow Crag and Buck Pike further up helps to form the southern Coniston ridge running from Goat's Hawse to Walna Scar Road.

As with Dow Crag, Brown Pike is best seen from the Coniston side, where it is steep and craggy, as the western side is more of a gentle slope down towards the Duddon valley. The summit is rocky, with a low circular shelter and cairn.

Height : 2238ft/682m
SD 26090 96599
Lake District - Southern Fells - Cumbria - England
Hill Classification(s) :  Birkett
OS Explorer Map(s): 6N
OS Landranger Map(s): 96 97

Additional Information from the Database of British Hills
Summit Feature: Cairn
 

 

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13/06/2009
Seven Fells around Coniston
4000 ft. - 14 miles
Hard
Cool, grey, overcast - heavy mist early on but eventually turned to sun at the end of the walk
Ali
Lake District


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30/05/2009
The Coniston Fells on a sunny day
3500 ft. - 12 miles
Hard
Sunny, hot - my painful introduction to sunburn on the fells ..
Ali
Lake District


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