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Harrison Stickle


Photo ©Peter Smyly
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Region: Central Fells

Wainright altitude: 2403 feet


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Panoramic summit view (click to open)




Summary

Harrison Stickle is the highest and best known of the Langdale Pikes. The Pikes are a justifiably famed group of sharp rocky peaks rising to the north of Great Langdale, though beyond their impressive southern front they are found to be merely small summits on the southern fringes of a spacious upland.

There are 1909 Walkhighlanders who have climbed Harrison Stickle. They have contributed 26 public walk reports including this summit. These are ordered below with the most popular ones first. The rightmost column shows how many summits were included in their report, which may help you to find the most relevant reports.

Title AuthorDate walked LikesHills
  08/08/2015  10
  13/01/2017  8
  19/09/2012  6
  27/10/2018  4
  11/10/2015  4
  14/04/2012  4
  10/01/2016  3
  02/12/2011  3
  08/01/2010  3
  13/01/2017  2
  14/05/2013  2
  15/11/2017  1
  22/04/2017  1
  17/04/2015  1
  21/06/2014  1
  02/03/2014  1
  15/09/2011  1
  14/08/2011  1
  09/04/2010  1
  09/04/2015  0
  07/10/2012  0
  04/08/2012  0
  12/05/2012  0
  31/10/2011  0
  15/04/2011  0
  08/03/2009  0

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