Elevation 200 metres
Location Cumbria, England
Its main claim to fame is that its name is a tautology; "Tor", "pen", and "how" all mean "hill" in different languages; the first two being Brythonic and the last being Anglo-Saxon. Therefore "Torpenhow Hill" means "Hillhillhill Hill". The theory is that successive residents took the previous residents' name for the hill and added their own word for hill.
The local pronunciation of "Torpenhow" is Trup-en-ah.