Whitbarrow is a hill located in the county of Cumbria, England. It is also a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest and makes part of the Morecambe Bay Pavements Special Area of Conservation, due to its limestone habitats. It is a mix between grassland, woodland and limestone pavement. The principal cliffs are formed of rocks known as Dalton Beds, above which are Urswick Limestone. The reserve reveals many signs of the last ice age, containing glacial erratics. The main peak of this hill is known as Lord's Seat. Characteristisc of the reserve include a small traditional orchard, apples trees and pretty bluebell woodland.