WALKING - Walks -
Langdales - Harrison Stickle & Pike of Stickle
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It is recommended that you console your map of the area
you intend to walk in for the correct route as the walks
mentioned are an overview.
A walk with defined paths to Harrison
Stickle, Pike O'Stickle and Loft Crag.
There are steep ascents and descents with rewarding
views of the area and beyond.
The car park at New Dungeon
Ghyll/Sticklebarn - LANGDALES
LANGDALES - Starting point and Finish
the car park take the path that leads past the toilets
and goes behind Sticklebarn to a stony path that runs
alongside Stickle Ghyll.
Take this path with Stickle Ghyll being on your right
all the time has you ascend upwards to Stickle Tarn
passing the waterfalls on route.
On reaching Stickle Tarn follow the path to the right
that will take you around the Tarn to Bright Beck. Take
the left path and cross over the Beck this will now
take you along the Beck with Bright Beck being on your
right and on the left the rocky formation of Pavey Ark
and it's buttresses.
you will arrive at the top to a grassy plateau near
Thunacar Knott. Keeping to the path and heading in a
southern direction you will arrive at Harrison Stickle
with Stickle Tarn down below to your left.
From here you will begin too descent in a westerly direction
down too a Beck to cross and only to ascend once again
to arrive at Pike O'Stickle where there will be a small
scramble to the top [you will
have to scramble down the same section to come off the
descending the summit you will go right in south direction
for Loft Crag. On reaching Loft Crag you will continue
along the path where the descent will become steep,
eventually leveling off for a time before coming steep
again has you past Mark Gate and Dungeon Ghyll Force
on your left.
Shortly you will arrive back at the point off start
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