Scafell Pike

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Sca·fell Pike

 (skô′fĕl′)
A mountain in the Cumbrian Mountains of northwest England. At 978 m (3,210 ft), it is the highest peak in the range and the highest elevation in England.

Scafell Pike

(skɔːˈfɛl)
n
(Placename) a mountain in NW England, in Cumbria in the Lake District: the highest peak in England. Height: 977 m (3206 ft)

Sca′fell Pike′

(ˈskɔˌfɛl)
n.
a mountain in NW England, in Cumberland: highest peak in England. 3210 ft. (978 m).