Tarn Crag (Easdale) Wainwright summit: GR: NY30371 09302 1801′ True height: 1801′ 549m
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Topographical features: The Wainwright summit of Tarn Crag (Easdale) is the small cairn perched on a small rocky peak. The true summit will also be the Wainwright summit.
Points of interest: Deer Bield Crags forms the north face of Tarn Crag and is a recognised area for climbing. In the summer of 1997 a huge rockfall changed the character of this crag.
Tarns: Easedale Tarn is the large tarn to the south of the fell. Codale Tarn is a good sized tarn to the south west of the summit. There are other minor unnamed tarns on the ridge to the west of Tarn Crag’s top.
Waterfalls: Cascades in Sour Milk Gill, the beck which emanates from Easedale Tarn.
Adjoining Fells: Sergeant Man
Nearest facilities: Car parking: various pay and display car parks in Grasmere village where you will also find a great choice of pubs, tearooms and accommodation facilities.
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