Whilst undertaking a recent group of activations in the Lake District I became aware of an anomaly. The Old Man of Coniston, 803m is the listed summit in the group of peaks in that area. However Swirl How some 3kms due N of the Old Man is 804m high and should be the recognised summit of the group. The lowest point between the two is Levens Hause, a col around 700m asl.
All the maps clearly give Swirl How as the higher summit. Perhaps the man made cairn is being taken into account?
Best wishes Gordon G0EWN