Old Man of Coniston has an elevation of 803 m (2,634 ft) and was the highest point in the historic county of Lancashire, until it was controversy changed and is now located in Cumbria. It is located in the English Lake District and is sometimes known as The Old Man.
It is a very popular mountain drawing many tourists each year. A number of well-marked paths lead to the summit with the most favoured route starting from Coniston village. At the summit a unique slate platform with cairn can be found.
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|803 m (2,634 ft)
|TQ 4330 5640
|147: Sevenoaks & Tonbridge