Crinkle Crags and Pike o'Blisco

Fri 16 Sep 2005

Route: Old Dungeon Ghyll Hotel, Great Langdale - Stool End Farm - Oxendale - Whorneyside Force - Hell Gill - Buscoe Sike - Three Tarns - Crinkle Crags (Long Top) - Great Knott - Red Tarn - Pike O'Blisco - Wall End - Old Dungeon Ghyll Hotel

Distance: 7.75 miles

Ascent: 3,300ft

Time: 7 hours 15 minutes

With: Members of the OFC



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Looking up Oxendale to Great Knott and Crinkle Crags

Stool End Farm

Whorneyside Force (Waterfall)

Hell Gill

Heading up by the side of Hell Gill with Pike o' Blisco behind

Pike o' Blisco from Buscoe

The Langdale Pikes seen over The Band

The Langdale Pikes, The Band, Lingmoor Fell, Pike o' Blisco

The Scafells

Looking over the Langdale Pikes to the south end of the Helvellyn ridge, Saint Sunday Crag and Fairfield from Crinkle Crags

Looking down into Great Langdale from Crinkle Crags

Great Langdale and Pike o' Blisco with Windermere in the distance from Crinkle Crags

Pike o' Blisco with Windermere beyond from Crinkle Crags

Looking back north to Bowfell with Skiddaw on the skyline (right)

The Scafells, Great End, Esk Pike, Bowfell, Skiddaw, Blencathra and the Helvellyn ridge behind High Raise and the Langdale Pikes from Crinkle Crags

Looking south down the Duddon Valley to Morecambe Bay from Long Top (the highest Crinkle)

360 Panorama from Long Top (Crinkle Crags) summit

Little Stand from the most southerly Crinkle

Crinkle Crags from Great Knott

Cold Pike with the Coniston Fells behind from Great Knott

John Patterson celebrates his last Wainwright with a beaker (or two) of Pink Champagne on Pike o' Blisco

Summit Party, Pike o' Blisco

Crinkle Crags and Bowfell from Pike o' Blisco's summit

Northwest to southeast panorama from Pike o' Blisco's summit

The Langdale Pikes from above Wall End Farm

Previous Walk: The Scafells (Sun 11 Sep 2005)

Next Walk: Catbells (Sun 18 Sep 2005)

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