I'm not sure why I was surprised to see Pen-y-ghent appear from behind Ingleborough. From this angle, their profiles are remarkably similar, the results of glaciation and, primarily, geology. Counting Whernside, the ridge entering the middle of this image from the left, that's all of the Yorkshire Three Peaks in one photo.
The rectilinear cairn isn't the summit of Gragareth; that's ~500 m further north and marked by a trig. pillar.
The trees behind the cairn are familiar.
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