Helm Crag

Local nameHelm Crag
LocationNorth West England, UK

Helm Crag is a fell in the English Lake District situated in the Central Fells to the north of Grasmere. Despite its low height it sits prominently at the end of a ridge, easily seen from the village. This, combined with the distinctive summit rocks which provide the alternative name 'The Lion and the Lamb', makes it one of the most recognised hills in the District.

Alfred Wainwright wrote of Helm Crag that "The virtues of Helm Crag have not been lauded enough. It gives an exhilarating little climb, a brief essay in real mountaineering, and, in a region where all is beautiful, it makes a notable contribution to the natural charms and attractions of Grasmere."

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helm_Crag

Address LA22 9, United Kingdom

Coordinates 54°28'28.588" N -3°2'26.117" E

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