|Name of walk||Harrison Stickle|
|Date of walk||2006-04-06|
|Distance walked (miles)||4|
|Duration of walk||4 hours 0 minutes|
|Peaks on walk||Harrison Stickle|
|Walked with||Ged and blind Kas|
|Parking||NT car park.|
Yesterday Tom was on a Church Youth Group trip so Ged and I decided to do a walk that We wouldn`t have been able to do with Tom. We decided on Harrison Stickle, the highest of the Langdale Pikes at 2415 ft (736m).
We started at the New Dungeon Ghyll Hotel and went up via Mill Gill. Harrison Stickle is top, middle-left. The car parking was for four hours only so we would have to watch the clock.
Very uneven walking.
View back down gill.
Ged having a rest, Kas just above.
Stickle Tarn with a view to Harrison Stickle. We had lunch here before we went for the summit.
Me and Kas..
Pavey Ark...Ged suggested we go up Jack`s Rake, a precarious path up Pavey Ark......dream on.
We took the route off to the right, a scramble over boulders.
Blue skies making the Tarn look really inviting.
Finally up high enough to get all the Tarn in a photo. Blea Rigg behind the Tarn, and tucked in behind that is Easedale Tarn where we went on Monday.
Pavey Ark looks very steep from this angle.
Windermere and in front of this is Elterwater, leading in to Great Langdale Valley.
Horizon from left to right...Great Dodd, Stybarrow Dodd, Helvellyn, Nethermost Pike, Dollywagon Pike, St Sunday Crag, Fairfield, Dove Crag.
Top of the world?
Esthwaite Water to the left. Centre is Blea Tarn. Wetherlam is back right.
Horizon....Coniston Old Man, Swirl How, Great Carrs. Grey Friar with Pike o` Blisco in front of it. Cold Pike. Dome of Black Combe. Right is Crinkle Crags.
Bowfell. Top of Scafell Pike in mist, then Great End. Right is Kirk Fell, Great Gable and Green Gable. Sticking up in the far foreground is Pike O` Stickle. We wanted to walk to here but needed to be down by three so couldn`t.