Langdale Pikes - Harrison Stickle & Pike of Stickle
Harrison Stickle & Pike of Stickle, two mountains which adorn many views of the Lakes, easily recognised by their iconic shape in many landscape views. They tower above Great Langdale Valley
A fabulous day out to explore the Mickleden Valley and a steep ascent up Stake Pass, before turning sharply south to work towards Pike of Stickle and onto Harrison Stickle.
Down to stickle Tarn is quite technical for some, but time can be taken to take care down these steps. Stickle Tarn can be a rewarding time for a dip in Summer, or a paddle maybe before our return to the valley floor down a grass track a little off the beaten track (if the beck is impassable to cross due to excess water, then we return down the main stepped route).
We can offer a half day option up onto Harrison Stickle which towers above Stickle Tarn (10km, 450, 4hrs)
Â£150 for one walker + Â£30 each additional walker
Half day also available
Nicola was really approachable, she listened and very enthusiastic. The walks allowed us to put a lot into practice.
We have done several walks with Nic. She is very quick to see and adapt walks to peoples abilities. Also very knowledgeable about the area and would recommend walks with the company.