The Yorkshire Three Peaks as seen from the ‘stone men’ of Wild Boar Fell above the upper reaches of the Eden Valley.
The peak of Pen-y-ghent can just be seen on the left on the horizon and Whernside is the triangular peak to the right. Finally Ingleborough, the third of the peaks, is the flat-topped peak to the left of Whernside.
This photo was taken during a wild camp on Wild Boar Fell.
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