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Haweswater Reservoir from the summit of Harter Fell

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Haweswater Reservoir from the summit of Harter Fell

Caption - The summit cairn of many mountains although the highest point does not always provide the best view. Harter Fell which rises at the western end of Mardale proves this point with the best view obtained from a cairn some distance from the summit. Haweswater reservoir despite being man-made seems to fit the landscape.

Walk 1109 : Harter Fell & Nan Bield Pass

Photographer : Lou Johnson

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