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Arnside Knott

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Arnside Knott

Arnside Knott
Arnside Knott Trig Point
Elevation 159 m (522 ft)
Prominence 150
Parent peak Hutton Roof Crags
Listing Marilyn
Location Cumbria, England
Range Lake District Far Eastern Fells
OS grid Coordinates

54°11′25″N 2°50′06″W / 54.1902°N 2.8351°W / 54.1902; -2.8351Coordinates: 54°11′25″N 2°50′06″W / 54.1902°N 2.8351°W / 54.1902; -2.8351

Arnside Knott is a hill with a summit elevation of 159 metres (522 ft), near Arnside, Cumbria, England. Although it is in South Lakeland district it is not in the Lake District National Park, lying south of the River Kent which forms the south eastern boundary of the national park. It is within the Arnside and Silverdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and is National Trust property.[1]

Arnside Knott is the lowest

The National Trust grazes Highland cattle on Arnside Knott.[3]


External links

  • Wildlife Walk: Arnside Knott National Trust leaflet with description of wildlife

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