Stickle Pike

Sun 19 May 2002

Route: Broughton Mills - Great Stickle - Tarn Hill - Stickle Pike - Stickle Tarn - Kiln Bank Cross - Stainton Ground Quarries - a nameless summit (1,183ft) - Raven's Crag - The Knott - Holy Innocents Church, Dunnerdale - Broughton Mills

Distance: 5.25 miles

Ascent: 1,700ft

Time: 2 hours 40 minutes

With: Anne


Dry first half, rain showers second half, overcast, cloud base approx. 2,000ft.

A. Wainwright's 'Stickle Pike' walk in his book 'The Outlying Fells of Lakeland' [page 126].

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Hovel Knott and Great Stickle

Duddon Sands in the distance from Great Stickle's summit

Stickle Pike from one of the many tarns on Tarn Hill

Buck Barrow and Whitfell from Tarn Hill summit

Caw from Stickle Pike summit

360 Panorama from Stickle Pike summit

Descending back down to Stickle Tarn from Stickle Pike's summit

Part of Stainton Ground Quarries

Caw with Walna Scar in the distance from the 1,183ft / 361m spot height

From the 1,183ft / 361m spot height, left to right - Buck Barrow, Stickle Pike, Whitfell, The Pike and Hesk Fell

The Knott from the top of Raven's Crag

Stickle Pike from The Knott's summit

Holy Innocents Church, Dunnerdale

Previous Walk: Scafell Pike from Seathwaite (Sun 12 May 2002)

Next Walk: Green Quarter Fell (Sat 25 May 2002)

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