Knott Rigg

Local nameKnott Rigg
LocationNorth West England, UK

Knott Rigg is a fell at the head of the Newlands Valley in the English Lake District. It is situated some 8.5 kilometres south west of Keswick and has a modest height of 556 metres. Its name is derived from the Old English language and means “hill on a knobbly ridge”. Because of its moderate height, the fell fails to be listed on any significant hill lists but it does merit a separate chapter in Alfred Wainwright’s Pictorial Guide to the Lakeland Fells.

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

Address CA13 9, United Kingdom

Coordinates 54°33'31.306" N -3°14'31.813" E

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