Highest Mountain in England?

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The highest mountain in England is Mount Scafell Pike that is located in the Lake District, South West. It has a height of 3209 feet or 978 meters. There is also Mt. Scafell (not to be confused with Scafell Pike) that is 3163 feet/ 964 meters tall and is also located in the Lake District, South West.
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In England there are over 200 mountains which reach over (2,000 feet) 610 metres in height. The highest mountains are mainly located in the north western corner of the country. Some of them include Scaffell pike at 3,209 feet, Scaffel at3, 163 feet and Helvellyn at 3,117 feet high.
The highest mountain in England is Scafell Pike in the Lake District, Cumbria. It is 978 metres (3 210 feet) high.
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The highest mountain in England is Scafell Pike (978m/3210ft) in the Lake District. The highest mountain in the UK is Ben Nevis (1344m/4409ft) in Scotland.
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