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Stewart Smith

Lakeland icons Sphinx Rock (left) said to resemble a carved face from one direction, and a crouched cat from another, with Wast Water beyond; and Napes Needle, which became an early lightning rod for sport climbing, when W P Haskett-Smith free-soloed to its top in 1886.


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