The peak on the left, shaded by cloud, is Pike O'Stickle; Loft Crag is sunlit in the middle, with the larger peak of Harrison Stickle in shade to the right.
At the head of the pale scree slope between Pike O'Stickle and Loft Crag, stone was quarried for Neolithic axes traded across the whole of Europe. This is a site of considerable significance to archaeologists.
The white building at the extreme right, below Raven Crag, is the Old Dungeon Ghyll Hotel. Out of view just over the ridge in the foreground, midway between the camera and the hotel, is the National Trust's Great Langdale campsite, where I've stayed a few times.
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