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Summit cairn looking NW towards Yewbarrow
|Elevation||522 m (1,713 ft)|
|Prominence||52 m (171 ft)|
|Parent peak||Scafell Pike|
|Listing||Dodd, Dewey, Birkett, Synge, Fellranger|
|Topo map||OS Outdoor Leisure 6|
Great How or Great Howe is a hill of 522 metres (1,713 ft) in the north west of the Lake District, England, lying south of Scafell Pike and east of Burnmoor Tarn. It lies in the Borough of Copeland in Cumbria.
It is classed as a Fellranger, being described by Richards in the Wasdale volume of his book series. It is among the 21 such summits (originally 18 before the extension of the Lake District) which are not included in Wainwright's list of 214. It is also classed as a Dodd, Dewey, Birkett and Synge.
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