Newton Fell

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The Outlying Fells Of Lakeland
... The Outlying Fells of Lakeland is a book written by Alfred Wainwright, dealing with hills in and around the Lake District of England ... describes a walk, sometimes taking in several summits, rather than a single fell ... The Outlying Fells do not form part of the 214 hills generally accepted as comprising the Wainwrights, but they are included in Category 2B of the Hill Walkers Register maintained by the Long Distance Walkers ...

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