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Location type: Mountain
Location address: United Kingdom, Lancaster
Number of texts: 1
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Gragareth is a mountain in Lancashire, England. At 627 metres (2,057 ft) it is claimed to be the highest point in Lancashire, although Green Hill (628 metres (2,060 ft)), 2 km north and on the Lancashire-Cumbria border, takes this title in List of English counties by highest point. The summit of Gragareth lies about 200m west of the boundary between Lancashire and North Yorkshire, and thus lies just outside the Yorkshire Dales National Park (whose boundary follows the county boundary at this point). The south eastern slopes are known as Leck Fell and the southern slopes form Ireby Fell.

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