Casterton Fell overlooks Barbon and the valley of Barbondale and the village of Casterton.
Along with neighbouring Leck Fell the area is famous for its caves and potholes, with the "Three Counties" network including Lancaster Hole and Easegill Caverns being one of the largest cave systems in the country.
A lonely moorland road leads up the fell to Bull Pot Farm - an isolated farmstead which is now used as the headquarters of the Red Rose Cave and Pothole Club.
[N.B. For more information on the area's caves and potholes, please see the section about caving and potholing in the Yorkshire Dales.]
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