Stony Cove Pike (alternatively known as Caudale Moor /kʊərdeɪl mʊər/ or John Bell's Banner) is a fell in the Far Eastern part of the English Lake District. It stands on the other side of the Kirkstone Pass from Red Screes, and is on the end of a ridge coming down from High Street. It is separated from its neighbours by the deep col of Threshthwaite Mouth, so is a Marilyn (a hill with topographic prominence of at least 150m) – the sixteenth highest in the Lake District.
There's a trail leading to the summit.
By elevation Caudale Moor is
# 95 out of 12948 in the England Hills # 84 out of 864 in Lake District National Park # 95 out of 13057 in England # 92 out of 1704 in Cumbria # 84 out of 838 in The English Lake District WHS
By prominence Caudale Moor is
# 39 out of 864 in Lake District National Park # 53 out of 1704 in Cumbria # 38 out of 838 in The English Lake District WHS
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