Great Carr and Swirl How
Key information: Great Carr and Swirl How
- Climb these adjacent peaks for outstanding views of central and southern Lakeland.
- A reasonably easy walk from Wrynose Pass; a longer one from Dunnerdale to the west or Coniston to the east. A wonderful circuit on round over Wether Lam and down to Little Langdale.
- There are no less than 25 inspiring Cicerone guide books on the Lake District (their speciality)! Have a look at their website. Find relevant books by using our Amazon search function:
- See our Lake District page for further photos and general and practical information.
- Walkopedia rating84
- Natural interest15.5
- Human interest6
- Negative points0
- Total rating84
- Length: 8km +
- Maximum Altitude: 802m (Swirl How)
- Level of Difficulty: Moderate
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