THE MOUNTAINS OF CONISTON, LANGDALE, &c. as they appear
from the road between Troutbeck Bridge and Bowness.
Mountains in the view are listed:-
Old Man - Coniston Fell / The Carrs / Wetherlam / Wrynose
Gap / Pike of Bliscow / Crinkle Crags / Scawfell Pike /
Bowfell / Great End / Great Gable / Pike of Stickle /
Harrison Stickle / Paveyark
THE MOUNTAINS OF CRUMMOCK AND BUTTERMERE: as seen on the
Road between Scale-Hill and Loweswater.
Whiteside / Grasmoor / Witeless Pike / Robinson / Fleetworth
Pike / Rannerdale Knot / Hay Stacks and Gable / Cold Keld
Wyke / Kirkfell / High Crag / High Stile / Red Pike /
Melbreak / Hencomb
THE MOUNTAINS OF ENNERDALE: as seen from Kirkland.
Bannow Fell / Herdhouse / Green Gable / Great Gable / The
Pillar / Bowness Knot and Wind Yate / Black Crag / Steeple /
Matlin Cove / Hay Cock / Iron Crag / Revelin / Crag Fell /
THE MOUNTAINS OF WAST WATER: as seen from Nether Wasdale.
Buckbarrow Pike / Middlefell / Yewbarrow / Great Gable / Sty
Head Pass / Lingmell / Great-end Crag / Scawfell Pike /
Scawfell / Screes
A GROUP OF MOUNTAINS, Seen from Helvellyn, looking to the
Holm Fell / Old Man - Coniston Fell / Wetherlam / Carrs, or
Scars / Gray Friar / Black Combe / Harrison Stickle /
Crinkle Crags / Bowfell / Hanging Knot / Scawfell Pike /
Hindside / Great-end Crag / Glaramara / Great Gable / Green
Gable / Kirkfell / Pillar Fell / Honister, and High Crag /
High Stile / Dalehead, and Red Pike / Hindscarth, and
Robinson / Blake Fell / Witeless Pike / Grasmoor / Ill Crags
/ Causey Pike / Grisedale Pike
Otley 1823 (5th edn 1834)
Guidebook, Concise Description of the English Lakes,
later A Description of the English Lakes, by Jonathan Otley,
published by the author, Keswick, Cumberland, by J
Richardson, London, and by Arthur Foster, Kirky Lonsdale,
Cumbria, 1823 onwards.
© Martin and Jean Norgate: 2012
Geography Department, Portsmouth University