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The summit of High Tove

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The summit of High Tove

Caption - The summit of High Tove. This is the summit of the pass from Watendlath to Armboth, which would have been more important in the days before the damming of Thirlmere barred its onward continuation. Unusually, a pass between two valleys goes over the summit of a fell - all the surrounding land is too boggy to be practicable.

Walk 3132 : High Tove & Blea Tarn

Photographer : David Gruar

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