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Aye Gill Pike

Aye Gill Pike
Aye Gill Pike Summit
Elevation 556 m (1,824 ft)
Listing Marilyn
Aye Gill Pike
Cumbria, England
Range Southern Yorkshire Dales
OS grid Coordinates

54°17′33″N 2°25′50″W / 54.2924°N 2.4306°W / 54.2924; -2.4306Coordinates: 54°17′33″N 2°25′50″W / 54.2924°N 2.4306°W / 54.2924; -2.4306

Aye Gill Pike is a Marilyn in the Yorkshire Dales, the highest point of the hills that rise between Dentdale and Garsdale in Cumbria, England.

The eastern part of the summit ridge is known as Rise Hill.

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