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The Glaramarra as seen from the north across Borrowdale

The Glaramarra from the north via Borrowdale seen across

height 783  m ASL
location Cumbria , England
Mountains Cumbrian Mountains
Coordinates 54 ° 28 '58 "  N , 3 ° 9' 53"  W Coordinates: 54 ° 28 '58 "  N , 3 ° 9' 53"  W.
Glaramara (England)
Type Wainwright

The Glaramara is a mountain in the Lake District , Cumbria , England . The Glaramara is one of the 214 mountains of the Lake District described by Alfred Wainwright . The Glaramara is 783 m high, but only has a notch height of 121 m.

The Glaramara sits on a ridge that stretches north across Rosthwaite Fell to Borrowdale Valley and extends south along a group of small lakes known as Lincomb Tarns and the High House Tarn to Allen Crags and then Esk Home Pass. East of the Glarmara, separated by the Langstrath Beck valley, is the High Raise . To the west of Glaramara is Seathwaite Fell .

The Combe Gill hanging valley is located on the north side of Glaramara .

A direct ascent to the summit is possible from the hamlet of Seathwaite in Borrowdale at the end of the road .


Alfred Wainwright, Pictorial Guide to the Lakeland Fells, Vol. 4 The Southern Fells , Frances Lincoln, 2nd revised edition 2007, ISBN 978-0711226586