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Round How 631m (2070ft)

Summit Feature: Rock by remains of cairn (Survey: obvious summit)
Classification: LaMP, Simpson, Synge.
OS Grid Ref: NY407165 (10 figure Grid Ref: NY4076716562).
Lake District Area: Far Eastern Fells (OS Maps 1:50k 90. 1:25k OL5S.)
Latitude: 54.540846, Longitude: -2.917047, Height: 631 metres (2070 feet)
Prominence: 6 metres (20 feet)
Unique Waypoint POI Name: 0631.s (DoBIH Hill ID: 7994)

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

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Data courtesy of the Database of British and Irish Hills

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Member's Comments on Round How...

  • Chris Pearson says...
  • 17/12/14 Large cairn at end of level section on main path before the steep descent on zig zag path -a fast run in past in Walshes but a slow walk today in big boots. Noisy School groups (Year 9 ?)plodding up mid week in December !- great to see (if not hear). A Christmas extra curricular treat / tradition in last week of term accompanied by press ganged teachers?
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