Sharp Haw seen from the south-eastern approach from Skipton.
|Elevation||357 m (1,171 ft)|
|Prominence||168 m (551 ft)|
|Parent peak||Thorpe Fell Top|
|Topo map||OS Landranger 103|
Sharp Haw is a hill on the southern edge of the Yorkshire Dales, located just within the National Park. Being the last outpost of the hills before the broad Aire valley, and with a sharp summit from many angles, it is prominent and easily recognisable from much of the area to the south. The hill has an elevation of 357 metres (1,171 ft).
- Blackburn & Burnley (Map) (C2 ed.). 1 : 50,000. Landranger Map. Ordnance Survey. 2006. ISBN 0-319-22829-0.
- Dawson, Alan (1992). The Relative Hills of Britain. Milnthorpe, Cumbria: Cicerone Press. ISBN 1-85284-068-4. Archived from the original on 2010-09-21.
- Clark Hall, John R. (1916). A Concise Anglo-Saxon Dictionary (2nd ed.). University Press.
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