Base Brown

Base Brown is a fell in England's Lake District, near the head of the Borrowdale Valley. It forms one side of the Seathwaite Valley, and on the western side it is flanked by the hanging valley of Gillercomb.

Read more about Base Brown:  Topography, Geology, Summit and View, Ascents

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Base Brown - Ascents
... Base Brown is often passed on the way to Sty Head and Esk Hause, along the popular paths which start at Seathwaite ... Base Brown is itself almost exclusively climbed from this hamlet, via the cascades of Sour Milk Gill ... Base Brown can be used as the first step to climbing Green and Great Gable ...
Green Gable - Topography
... secondary ridge to the north east, culminating in the separate fell of Base Brown ... At the northern corner is the ridge to Base Brown, the flat topped depression of Blackmoor Pots ... The dale between the Base Brown and Brandreth ridges is Gillercomb, a classic hanging valley ...

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