Carron Crag facts for kids
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Trig point on Carron Crag
|Elevation||314 m (1,030 ft)|
|Parent range||Lake District Outlying Fells|
|Topo map||OS Outdoor Leisure 7|
Carron Crag is a small fell in Grizedale Forest in the English Lake District with a height of 314 metres (1,030 ft). Adjacent to the trig point is a large panopticon sculpture, one of over 70 in the forest. It is the second highest point in Grizedale Forest after Top o'Selside.
It is the subject of a chapter of Wainwright's book The Outlying Fells of Lakeland. Wainwright describes a circular walk from Grizedale.
Near the trig point is one of a series of hidden letterboxes placed in various locations throughout the Lake District.
- From the trig point go 70 paces 335° to a large standing stone type boulder; the box is 5 paces away under a rock in a small cave behind stones.
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