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Armboth Fell

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  1. a fell in the English Lake District, believed by Alfred Wainwright to lie in the very centre of LakelandThe fell is a domed plateau, three-quarters of a mile across, jutting out to the east of the Derwentwater-Thirlmere watershed

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  2. To quote Wainwright "walkers of a contrary turn of mind will summarily reject the advice to leave Armboth Fell well alone, and may indeed be strengthened in their determination to climb it." From the public car park at Armboth a track can be followed

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  3. The fell is wet underfoot, with large areas clad in heather

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  4. The eastern slopes above Thirlmere have been planted with conifers

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  5. joins the main ridge via a shallow depression, a little to the south of High Tove and due east of Middle Crag

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