Mrs VR on the summit of Bowfell in the English Lake District taking in the views.Looking back to Esk Pike where we had just been (centre right) and beyond to Scafell,Scafell Pike and ill Crag.(The former two the highest mountains in England.)
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Bowfell (named Bow Fell on Ordnance Survey maps) is a pyramid-shaped mountain lying at the heart of the English Lake District, in the Southern Fells area. It is the sixth highest mountain in the lakes and one of the most popular of the Lake District fells. It is 902 m (2,959 ft) high.
Scafell’s height of 964 metres (3,162 ft) makes it the second-highest mountain in England after Scafell Pike, from which it is separated by the col of Mickledore.
It was once believed that Scafell was the highest mountain in this part of the Lake District — it is much more prominent in views from many directions than its higher neighbour — with the three apparently inferior peaks to the north (those now known as Scafell Pike, Ill Crag and Broad Crag) being known collectively as the “Pikes of Scafell”.
Scafell is the highest mountain in England at 978 metres (3,209 ft).
Ill Crag is 935 m (3,068 ft)Source Wikipedia