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Cape Wrath

Cape Wrath is a cape in the Durness parish of the county of Sutherland in the Highlands of Scotland. It is the most north-westerly point in mainland Britain. The cape is separated from the rest of the mainland by the Kyle of Durness and consists ...

                                               

Uninhabited islands of Wales

                                               

Islands of Snowdonia

                                               

Anchor, Shropshire

Anchor lies only 400 metres away from the border with Wales. The B4368 road runs through the hamlet on its way between the towns of Clun in England to Newtown in Wales. The road reaches an elevation of 389 metres 1.276 ft, making it the highest c ...

                                               

Newby Head

Newby Head, Newby Head Farm or Newby Head Inn is part of the Beresford Estate and was a popular drovers inn in North Yorkshire, England. Now a farmhouse, it stands at the top of Newby Head Pass on the B6255 road between Ingleton and Hawes. Newby ...

                                               

Wyche, Worcestershire

Wyche, often referred to locally as The Wyche, is a village and a suburb of the town of Malvern, Worcestershire, England, and part of the civil parish of Malvern Wells. It is situated approximately 1 mile south of Great Malvern, the towns centre, ...

                                               

Cairn O Mounth

Cairn O Mounth / Cairn O Mount is a high mountain pass in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. The place name is a survival of the ancient name for what are now the Grampian Mountains, earlier called "the Mounth". The name change happened from circa 1520 AD. ...

                                               

Dukes Pass

Dukes Pass or Dukes Pass is a pass on the A821 road between Aberfoyle and Brig o Turk in the glen of the Trossachs in the Scottish Highlands. It climbs to a height of 240 metres above sea level. The name only appears on modern Ordnance Survey map ...

                                               

Pass of Killiecrankie

Three miles north of Pitlochry by the A9 road, the Pass of Killiecrankie, is a gorge lying between 2757 ft Ben Vrackie and Tenandry Hill in Perth and Kinross on the River Garry. The river-gorge traverses the pass over the course of a mile, and ab ...

                                               

Mountain passes of the Brecon Beacons National Park

                                               

Mountain passes of Conwy County Borough

                                               

Mountain passes of Denbighshire

                                               

Mountain passes of Gwynedd

                                               

Mountain passes of Powys

                                               

Mountain passes of Snowdonia

                                               

Mountains and hills of England

The mountains and hills of England comprise very different kinds of terrain, from a mountain range which reaches almost 1.000 metres high, to several smaller areas of lower mountains, foothills and sea cliffs. Most of the major upland areas have ...

                                               

Lippitts Hill

Lippitts Hill is a hill located at High Beach, Epping Forest, Essex, south east England. The Lippitts Hill camp has played several historic roles in the defence of London, and is currently home to the National Police Air Service which took contro ...

                                               

Reefs of Ceredigion

                                               

Reefs of Gwynedd

                                               

Reefs of Pembrokeshire

                                               

Valleys of Snowdonia

                                               

Golitha Falls

                                               

Hollow Brook Waterfall

                                               

Hollowbrook Waterfall

                                               

Kinder Downfall

                                               

Waterfalls of Cumbria

                                               

Waterfalls of North Yorkshire

                                               

Culligran Falls

                                               

Falls of Measach

                                               

Pistyll Cain

Pistyll Cain, also written as Pistill Cain and Pistill Y Caen, is a renowned waterfall in Merionethshire, a county in north Wales. It lies north-east of Ganllwyd off the A470 trunk road between Dolgellau and Trawsfynydd.

                                               

Waterfalls of the Brecon Beacons National Park

                                               

Waterfalls of Snowdonia

                                               

Hogs Back

Compared with the main part of the Downs to the east of it, it is a narrow elongated ridge, hence its name. Jane Austen, in a letter to her sister Cassandra dated Thursday 20 May 1813 from her brothers house in Sloane Street, wrote of her journey ...

                                               

Striding Edge

                                               

Mountains and hills of the Brecon Beacons National Park

                                               

Bays of Alaska

                                               

Bays of Connecticut

                                               

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Bays of Michigan

                                               

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Bays of Nevada

                                               

Bays of New York (state)

                                               

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Bays of Wisconsin

                                               

Estuaries of Alabama

                                               

Estuaries of Alaska

                                               

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