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Jopplety How on Grange Fell

Skiddaw from Jopplety How on Grange Fell in august

Jopplety How on Grange Fell background

Grange Fell is the highest point on the ridge that separates the Watendlath Valley from Borrowdale in the Lake District and is a confusing jumble of crags and small valleys.

This photograph is from the one of its highest points and has the fantastic name of Jopplety How, worth climbing if only for the name!

Jopplety How on Grange Fell was last modified: December 10th, 2017 by Gavin Dronfield Photography

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