Uldale Fells

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Great Sca Fall and Little Sca Fell from Meall Fell

The Uldale Fells are a small group of mountains in Cumberland, within the Lake District's Northern Fells. They may be considered an eastern group of the Caldbeck Fells.

This group contains four main fells:

The Uldale fells are a smooth and grassy sheep pasture which rise in three ridges from the low land to the north and culminate at the summit of Great Sca Fell at a height of 2,136 feet.}