Walk in Britain, Hell Gill Pike Little Carrs Great Carrs Swirl How Great How (Swirl Band) Little How Crags Brim Fell The Old Man of Coniston [Coniston Old Man], ascent 979m, length 18.5km
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tonelagee: Track 2611 in area near Hell Gill Pike, Southern Cumbria (Britain)
Old Man of Coniston
Length: 18.5km, Creator time taken: 7h22m, Ascent: 979m,
Descent: 1021m

Places: Start at NY28877 06114, Hell Gill Pike, Little Carrs, Great Carrs, Swirl How, Great How (Swirl Band), Little How Crags, Brim Fell, The Old Man of Coniston [Coniston Old Man], end at SD30032 97594 8.6km S from Start
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Uploaded on: Wed, 2 Jul 2014 (14:18:46)
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