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Angletarn Pikes
Angletarn Pikes is a twin summitted fell sitting high above the Patterdale valley, and is part of the the long ridge running northwest from High Street down to Ullswater. It is adorned by one of the most gorgeous tarns in the Lake District, namely Angle Tarn, from which it obviously derives its name.

Angletarn Pikes comes in a modest 26th highest Wainwright in his Far Eastern Fells region, and 143rd overall.

Height : 1860ft/567m
NY 41331 14826
Lake District - Far Eastern Fells - Cumbria - England
Hill Classification(s) :  Birkett,  Dewey,  Wainwright
OS Explorer Map(s): 5S
OS Landranger Map(s): 90

Additional Information from the Database of British Hills
Summit Feature: Tiny cairn
 

 

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13/01/2013
Around the head of Bannerdale - The Nab to Beda Fell
3569 ft. - 11.8 miles
Hard
Cold and clear to start, then the clouds came in and brought snow
Ali
Lake District


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30/03/2012
Place Fell and High Raise Round
5104 ft. - 15.3 miles
Very hard
Full sun and hot for most of the day, ideal for a 15 mile walk with over 5k ft of ascent!!!
Mick
Lake District


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