Scafell

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Sca Fell - Topography
... Scafell stands between Wasdale in the west and upper Eskdale to the east ... beyond it to the south west as a part of Scafell ... The opposing flanks of Scafell are entirely different in character ...
Wasdale Head
... The village claims to be home of the highest mountain (Scafell Pike), deepest lake (Wastwater), smallest church and biggest liar in England ... and is surrounded by some of England's highest mountains Scafell Pike, Sca Fell, Great Gable, Kirk Fell and Pillar ... Today, it is the recognised starting point for the ascent of Scafell Pike as part of the National Three Peaks Challenge, a vehicle supported walk of ...
Lingmell - Ascents
... Lingmell is often bypassed by walkers aiming for Scafell Pike and Scafell, but it's a rewarding ascent in its own right, or as part of a circuit of the Scafell range ...
Mickledore
... is a narrow ridge, 840 metres (2755 ft) high, connecting the mountains of Sca Fell and Scafell Pike in the English Lake District ... The ridge is easily reached and traversed from Scafell Pike to the north, or from the valleys to the east and west ... West Wall Traverse, offer alternative ways to reach Scafell Pike ...
Scafells
... Scafells is a collective term for the Scafell range of fells in the western English Lake District, including Scafell, Scafell Pike, Broad Crag and Ill Crag ... Geologically, the Scafells is what remains of an ancient supervolcano that erupted in the Ordovician period over 400 million years ago with VEI-8 force ... Scafells from Bowfell ...