Altitude 430m a.s.l
An esoteric series of short outcrops, of often immaculately rough rock (Biker Fell andesite mostly), dotted around the Crook Crag fellside.
Multiple options exist, depending on your prediliction for gradient, bog and parking spot. Quickest approach likely to be from Doctor Bridge/Low Birker in Eskdale (steep). Other possibilities: from Jubilee Bridge, following the path up the flank of Harter Fell before striking out across the moor (graceful, steady); from the Ulpha moor road (trackless, boggy); up the long and winding forestry track from the Birk's Bridge forestry car-park (Duddon), before cutting over the moor (long but steady, boggy moor to cross).
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