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Girdle Fell [White Crags]

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Girdle Fell [White Crags]

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About Girdle Fell [White Crags]

Girdle Fell [White Crags] is a mountain summit in the Jedburgh to Bellingham region in the county of Northumberland, England. Girdle Fell [White Crags] is 536 metres high with a prominence of 27 metres. The summit can be identified by: trig point Additional Notes: very flat summit areaLost Dewey status on 21/08/12, having been added to the list in 2001 All the walks up Girdle Fell [White Crags] on Mud and Routes can be seen above.

Walks up Girdle Fell [White Crags]

Ordnance Survey Summit Map for Girdle Fell [White Crags]

Girdle Fell [White Crags] Summit Stats

Height in Metres: 536 metres

Height in Feet: 1759 feet

Range: The Cheviots

Prominence: 27 metres

Parent Summit: Peel Fell

Grid Reference: NT697017

Col Height: 509

Col Grid Reference: NT688022

Summit Classification: s5

National Park, County or Country: England’s Highest Mountains, Hills in Northumberland, The Cheviots

Recommended Maps: Landranger Map 80   Explorer Map OL16W  

Data with AcknowledgementDatabase of British and Irish Hills

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