Notable points on the panorama, from the left: Swirl How, Coniston Old Man, Grey Friar - directly beyond Crinkle Crags, the sharp peak of Dow Crag, White Pike, Caw - with the River Duddon glistening in the foreground, Duddon Sands and Morecambe Bay, Stickle Pike, Harter Fell - with Hard Knott in the foreground, Black Combe, Whitfell on the horizon with the River Esk in the foreground, Eskdale extends across to the right, Slight Side, Long Green, Scafell, the crest of Deep Gill Butress, Mickledore, the south peak and summit of Scafell Pike, Ill Crag, Pillar - peeking through the gap, Great End with Great Gable just to the right, Esk Pike with Green Gable just to its right, then in the distance the Solway Firth, Grasmoor beyond Brandreth, Eel Crag beyond Robinson with Allen Crags in the foreground, Sail, Grisedale Pike, Dale Head, Solway Firth beyond Lord's Seat, Barf and Binsey, Ullock Pike, Long Side, Carl Side beyond Glaramara, Skiddaw, Knott, High Pike, Blencathra beyond Bleaberry Fell and High Seat, the valley bottom of Langstrath has a glimpse of Souther Fell on the horizon beyond and Sergeant's Crag rising from Langstrath on its right, beyond that is Clough Head, Great Dodd, Stybarrow Dodd with Ullscarf in the middle distance, the cleft of Sticks Pass, Raise, Lower Man, Helvellyn, Nethermost Pike beyond High Raise, Dollywagon Pike, St. Sunday Crag through the gap of Grisedale, Seat Sandal with Loadpot Hill on the far horizon, Fairfield, High Raise, Rampsgill Head, the sharp point of Kidsty Pike, and in the foreground, Pike o'Stickle, and Harrison Stickle, and on the horizon, High Street, Harter Fell, Kentmere Pike, Windermere beyond Lingmoor Fell, Pike o'Blisco with Esthwaite Water beyond, Red Tarn with Wetherlam beyond, Black Sails, Swirl Hause and back to Swirl How where this picture started.
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