Swarth Fell Pike – Most Westerly Point – North Riding

After my night sleeping on the rock of Filey Brigg Island, the most Easterly point of the North Riding, I drove over one hundred miles to Swarth Fell Pike the most Westerly point of the North Riding to spend a night in my bivy bag there.

North Riding - West - Swarth Fell Pike 2

North of Sedbergh, Swarth Fell Pike marks the point where the West Riding, North Riding and Westmorland join. The post marks the actual spot.

North Riding - West - Swarth Fell Pike 1

Swarth Fell Pike is south of Kirby Stephen and marks the northern edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

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