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Birk Fell (Bleaberry Knott - Birk Fell) 512m (1680ft)

Summit Feature: Cairn note: drop measured as 29.4m (Survey: Leica NA730)
Classification: Birkett, LaMP, Sub-dodd, Synge.
OS Grid Ref: NY402182 (10 figure Grid Ref: NY4027318260).
Lake District Area: Far Eastern Fells (OS Maps 1:50k 90. 1:25k OL5S.)
Latitude: 54.556045, Longitude: -2.925026, Height: 512 metres (1680 feet)
Prominence: 29.4 metres (96 feet)
Unique Waypoint POI Name: 0512.b (DoBIH Hill ID: 3680)

Associated Parent Hill:
   Place Fell (657m, p262)

External Links for Birk Fell (Bleaberry Knott-Birk Fell):
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Data courtesy of the Database of British and Irish Hills

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Data courtesy of the Database of British and Irish Hills