Wainwright 68 – Book 3 ‘The Central Fells’
Height: 2,415ft – 736m
Grid reference: NY 281 073
Walks Including Harrison Stickle:
Photograph taken from Pike o’Stickle, this photo shows Harrison Stickle on the left and Loft Crag on the right with Lake Windermere in the background.
A close up of Loft Crag taken from Pike o’Stickle.
Looking across the Langdale Valley from Esk Hause you get the spectacular view of the Langdale Pikes with their distinctive outline. There’s the flat-topped Harrison Stickle, then the beautifully rounded Pike o’ Stickle followed by last summit of Loft Crag – the clouds look ominous – let’s hope they’re not coming this way!
The Langdale Pikes on the right of the photograph (photo taken from Loughrigg Fell) with Loughrigg Tarn in the foreground.
Left to right: Lingmoor Fell, behind which is the snow-capped summits of Pike o’ Blisco; Crinkle Crags; Bowfell and Esk Pike. Then the rounded summit of Great End. The Langdale Pikes from the centre of the photo are Loft Crag; Pike o’ Stickle; Harrison Stickle; Pavey Ark and the triangular summit of Sergeant Man just visible.