Great Dun Fell is a peak in the Pennines, which has Britain's highest tarmac road, a road which is open to cyclists but not motor traffic. | map
These pictures accompany chapter 44 of the cycling guidebook 50 Quirky Bike Rides in England and Wales (Rob Ainsley, Eye Books 2008).
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Left, top to bottom: Road to summit of Great Dun Fell (x2); summit on fine day (picture: Andy Stephenson, Wikipedia)
Right, top to bottom: road to summit of Great Dun Fell; summit on very, very foggy day