Helvellyn in the Lake District is the third highest and one of the most famous mountains in England. Its 500 meter long summit plateau is particularly striking. In 1926 even a small airplane successfully managed to land on it. On the steep and rocky east face of the Helvellyn, two ridges diverge and enclose the mountain lake Red Tarn. The southern Striding Edge is a popular route for easy climbing and scrambling. Additionally the summit can also be reached by mountain bike.
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Elevation: 950 m
Country and region: United Kingdom, England
Mountain range: Cumbrian Mountains
Prominence: 712 m
Orometric dominance: 75
Coordinates: 54.527232, -3.016054