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The Central Pennines Area   Yorkshire Dales - Southern Fells Subarea
Place count in area: 74,  
Highest place: Whernside, 736m
Maximum height for area: 736 metres,     Maximum prominence for area: 427 metres,

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Gragareth Mountain Lancashire (CoA) Lancashire (CoU) County, in British over 600m List

Height: 628m OS 1:50k Mapsheet: 98 Grid Reference: SD68886 79312
Place visited by 7 members. Recently by: IainT, Fergalh, mountainmike, MichaelE, chalky, jimbloomer, Peter Walker
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Longitude: -2.478541, Latitude: 54.208608 , Easting: 368886, Northing: 479312 Prominence: 32.8m,  Isolation: 3km ,   GPS IDs, 6 char: Grgrth, 10 char: Gragareth
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Picture: Trig at summit
Short steep climb
by Fergalh  5 Jan 2021
Take narrow road North East of Cowan Bridge at bend in road just before wall on right park in grass. Pass through gate and head up hill only a little over 200 metres to the summit. This one of the Yorkshire 'three peaks" is marked by a concrete trig Linkback:
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Picture: Three men of Gragareth
Local landmark
by Fergalh  5 Jan 2021
On the way to the summit you will pass a new local landmark "The three men of Gragareth" built in a cairn Linkback:
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