Faulds Brow is a small rise in the English Lake District, northwest of the village of Caldbeck in Cumbria. It is the subject of a chapter of Wainwright's book The Outlying Fells of Lakeland., but its summit, at 344 metres (1,129 ft), is only slightly raised above the surrounding land. From a major road just to the south, the summit can be reached in minutes, with minimal effort. Nevertheless, the summit has wide views to High Pike to the south, and to the Solway Firth and beyond to Scotland to the north. Wainwright's recommended route, "to make a worthwhile walk", is an anticlockwise circuit from Caldbeck, mostly on minor roads.
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