Dunnerdale Fells and Great Stickle from Stonestar

Sat 26 Nov 2005

Route: Stonestar - Dunnerdale Fells - Great Stickle - Stonestar

Distance: 2.75 miles

Ascent: 850ft

Time: 1 hour 20 minutes

With: Anne

Notes:

Some blue sky.

The plan was to follow A. Wainwright's 'Dunnerdale Fells' walk in his book 'The Outyling Fells of Lakeland' [page 132]. However we failed to visit Wainwright's [[Itm:345|top]] being distracted by a very prominent cairn on a top to the south east, we only discovered this on looking at the book on returning home. The red dot next to 'Tarn Hill' on the map marks the top we should have visited. To extend the walk we visited Great Stickle on our return to the car.

I managed to visit Wainwright's top of Dunnerdale Fells in [[Jnl:337|July 2008]]

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The Pike from near Stonestar

The path up from Stonestar

The Pike with Whitfell on the left from the rocky ravine above Stonestar

The Pike from above Stonestar

The Dunnerdale Fells to the north with Great Stickle on the right

The Dunnerdale Fells

Looking over Wainwright's bouldery Tarn (dry) to Buck Barrow and Whitfell

Dunnerdale Fell's south eastern top with prominent cairn

The Dunnerdale Fells ahead with the top we visited in the middle. Great Stickle on the right

Duddon Sands from Dunnerdale Fell's south eastern top

Whitfell on the left and The Pike with Hesk Fell behind right of centre

360 Panorama from Dunnerdale Fell's south eastern summit

Great Stickle

Stickle Pike and Caw

Looking over the top we visited to Buck Barrow and Whitfell

Tarn Hill and Stickle Pike from Great Stickle

Caw and Walna Scar from Great Stickle's summit

Northerly panorama from Great Stickle's summit

Heading back up the road to Stonestar

The Pike

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