The third highest Dales mountain Great Shunner Fell is a long broad ridge to the south and Hawes but much steeper as it continues in to Swaledale. On the Pennine Way.
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A short climb from Buttertubs Pass. The mountain is trackless and rarely visited and lies between Wensleydale and Swaledale
A lovely summit with outstanding views down Dentdale and north towards the Howgills and Eastern Lakes. Sometimes called Widdale Fell.
Accessed by landrover tracks with the area the domain of grouse and their management, Rogan's Seat is remote and little loved.
Dodd Fell Hill (strange name) is a rough patch of moorland just off the Pennine Way as it approaches Hawes. It is usually linked with Wether Hill.
Wether Fell (Drumnadrace) has more character than Dodd Fell Hill to the west with the approaches from Hawes making for an attractive walk.