Lambrigg Fell is a hill, the highest point of the area of high ground between Kendal and the M6, in south-eastern Cumbria, England. It lies just outside the area normally defined as the Lake District, and certainly the hill is not in the same mould as the nearby Lakeland fells, being a sprawling, grassy moorland. For this reason, it is not nearly as popular as its subsidiary top to the west, Benson Knott, which overlooks Kendal.
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There is a large wind farm owned by Npower renewables just to the east of the summit.