High House Fell

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High House Fell
Lord's Seat - geograph.org.uk - 929888.jpg
Lord's Seat on High House Fell
Range: Lake District Outlying Fells
Summit: 1,719 feet NY518066
54°27’10"N, 2°44’40"W

High House Fell is a mountain of Westmorland, standing a little to the south of the Shap Fells and overlooking Crookdale. It is part of the Crookdale Horseshoe, a walk described by Alfred Wainwright in his 'Outlying Fells of Lakeland'.[1]

The summit of the fell, at 1,613 feet, is known as Lord's Seat.

From High House Fell


  1. Wainwright, Alfred: The Outlying Fells of Lakeland (1974)