Notable points on the panorama, from the left:
High Raise; Thunacar Knott, with Rosthwaite Cam in front; Harrison Stickle; Pike o'Stickle; Combe Head; Glaramara; Swirl How; Bowfell; Esk Pike; the gap of Esk Hause with Base Brown in front; Great End; Ill Crag; Broad Crag; Scafell Pike and Scafell. In front of these last two are Grey Knotts, Brandreth and Green Gable, which leads up to Great Gable. Through the gap of Beck Head lies the western slope of Lingmell; then Kirk Fell; Stirrup Crag on Yewbarrow; Middle Fell; Red Pike (Wasdale); Pillar; Steeple; Little Gowder Crag; Iron Fell; High Crag; High Stile; Red Pike (Buttermere); a glimpse of Starling Dodd; Great Borne; Gavel Fell (Hen Combe in front), Blake Fell and Mellbreak; Robinson; Grasmoor with Wandope in front; Eel Crag (a.k.a. Crag Hill) with Hindscarth in front; Hopegill Head (just visible through the gap); Sail; Grisedale Pike; Scar Crags; Lord's Seat and Cusey Pike. Binsey appears in the distance beyond Bassenthwaite Lake and Barrow beyond Rowling End. Then there are Ullock Pike; Long Side; Carl Side; Skiddaw; Skiddaw Little Man; Lonscale Fell beyond Bull Crag; Carrock Fell and Blencathra beyond Blea Crag on Maiden Moor. Continuing after the gap which has High Spy in the foreground are Clough Head with Bleaberry Fell in front; Great Dodd with High Seat in front; the slight mound of Watson's Dodd; Stybarrow Dodd; Raise; White Side; Catstye Cam just visible; Helvellyn; Nethermost Pike; Dollywagon Pike; Cofa Pike and Fairfield; Dove Crag; Ullscarf; and back to the beginning with High Raise; Thunacar Knott, with Rosthwaite Cam in front; Harrison Stickle; Pike o'Stickle; Combe Head; Glaramara; Swirl How; Bowfell; Esk Pike; the gap of Esk Hause with Base Brown in front; Great End; Ill Crag; Broad Crag; Scafell Pike and Scafell. This panorama is also available as a larger picture.
Robinson and Dale Head from Little Town - walk details
Dale Head and Robinson from Honister- walk details