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Pavey Ark & Harrison Stickle

Pavey Ark & Harrison Stickle


Postby ChrisG » Sun Jun 22, 2014 6:46 pm

Wainwrights included on this walk: Harrison Stickle, Pavey Ark

Hewitts included on this walk: Harrison Stickle

Date walked: 21/06/2014

Time taken: 4.5

Distance: 8 km

Ascent: 735m

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Nice little evening stroll up Stickle Gill


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Can anyone name this little flower looks like a violet


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ChrisG
Munro compleatist
 
Posts: 361
Munros:27   Corbetts:4
Grahams:2   Donalds:2
Sub 2000:2   Hewitts:141
Wainwrights:214   Islands:5
Joined: Jun 8, 2010
Location: Colne, Lancashire

Re: Pavey Ark & Harrison Stickle

Postby john923 » Wed Jul 02, 2014 1:15 pm

Nice to fit a whole walk like that into an evening. The flower is butterwort, by the way. It's supposed to be carnivorous, though I've never seen it actively digesting any insect trapped on its sticky leaves.
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Posts: 196
Munros:16   Corbetts:9
Grahams:6   Donalds:11
Sub 2000:12   Hewitts:219
Wainwrights:168   
Joined: Apr 20, 2009
Location: Worcestershire

Re: Pavey Ark & Harrison Stickle

Postby ChrisG » Mon Jul 28, 2014 11:55 pm

john923 wrote:Nice to fit a whole walk like that into an evening. The flower is butterwort, by the way. It's supposed to be carnivorous, though I've never seen it actively digesting any insect trapped on its sticky leaves.


butterwort mmmm interesting thanks for that John
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Posts: 361
Munros:27   Corbetts:4
Grahams:2   Donalds:2
Sub 2000:2   Hewitts:141
Wainwrights:214   Islands:5
Joined: Jun 8, 2010
Location: Colne, Lancashire

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