Notable points on the panorama, from the left:
In the foreground Stile End and Barrow are separated by the gap of Barrow Door through which the village of Braithwaite is clearly seen. On the extreme right there is a glimpse of Bassenthwaite Lake (the only one of The Lakes which has Lake in its name) from which there is a rise to Ullock Pike, Long Side and Carl Side. Beyond is Skiddaw, then Skiddaw Little Man, then the ground slopes away via Jenkin Hill to Lonscale Fell. Bowscale Fell appears in the gap between Lonscale Fell and Blencathra (which has Latrigg in front of it and the heavily wooded Swinside in the foreground). Beyond Derwentwater, Keswick and the Vale of Eden, the Pennines can be seen on the horizon with Crossfell the highest point. Great Mell Fell is in the middle distance then Clough Head, Great Dodd, Watson's Dodd and Stybarrow Dodd are on the horizon before the gap of Sticks Pass. Walla Crag lies in front of the col between Clough Head and Great Dodd and Bleaberry Fell in front of Stybarrow. Rowling End is way down in the foreground. Then again on the horizon are Raise, White Side, Catstye Cam, Nethermost Pike, Dollywagon Pike, Fairfield and Seat Sandal. High Seat is in the middle distance in front of Catstye Cam and Cat Bells in the foreground across the Newlands Valley. The white buildings of the hamlet of Little Town can be seen down in the valley, too. Behind it the bulk of Maiden Moor spreads to the right and on the horizon, Ullscarf, High Raise, Harrison Stickle and Pike o'Stickle, Wetherlam beyond High Spy, then Comb Head. Glaramara, Bowfell and Esk Pike fill the gap to Dale Head. Ill Crag can just be seen over the right shoulder of Dale Head then Broad Crag and Scafell Pike. Great Gable appears in the distance largely masked by Hindscarth, and in the gap between it and Robinson lies Fleetwith Pike, just visible in front of Kirkfell. Pillar and Scoat Fell are seen beyond High Crag, then High Stile and Red Pike (beyond Ard Crags), Starling Dodd and Gale Fell. Coming closer we see Whiteless Pike, Wandope, Sail, Eel Crag (a.k.a. Crag Hill) then Scar Craggs in the foreground. The real Eel Crag overlooks the gap of Coledale Hause and beyond the undulating ridge of Causey Pike itself can be seen Whiteside, Sand Hill, Hopegill Head, an unnamed summit and Grisedale Pike with Outerside in front of it. Whinlatter, Broom Fell, Lord's Seat and Barf complete the Northwestern Fells. Binsey is visible beyond Bassenthwaite Lake. Return to smaller picture.
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