By LenBageDigital

Mickle Fell

Mickle Fell is the next 'top' to Cross Fell, it's taller brother. Cross Fell is the highest mountain in the Pennine Hills of Northern England and the highest point in England outside the Lake District at 2930 ft above sea level. It's flanks, seen here from the road to Langdon Beck, are distinguishable by the long line of cliffs which run along its northern flank. The farmhouses seem dwarfed by the scenery in this part of the Pennines. There is also a tiny church called St James the Less at Forest with Frith which dates back to 1845. I've included a couple of pics taken from there in the "extra" photos.

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