Calf Crag

Calf Crag is a fell in the English Lake District, on the eastern side of the High Raise massif.

Read more about Calf Crag:  Topography, Geology, Summit and View, Ascents

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Calf Crag - Ascents
... direct assault up a grassy strip between Pike of Carrs and Rough Crag, while the Far Easedale route gains the ridge 'behind' the summit ... as part of the 'Greenburn Horseshoe', also taking in Steel Fell, Gibson Knott and Helm Crag ...
Gibson Knott - Topography
... to the east of this apex resolves itself into Calf Crag, a broad-topped ridge featuring a number of rocky tops ... of Greenburn, the southern branch running on to Gibson Knott and Helm Crag ... Between Calf Crag and Helm Crag the ridge narrows to perhaps a hundred yards in width, gradually curving to the south east on its one and a half mile course ...

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