|Walk:||Rossett Pike, Martcrag Moor, Pike o' Stickle, Harrison Stickle, Pavey Ark and Stickle Tarn|
|Start Point:||New Dungeon Ghyll||Grid Reference:||NY 294 064|
|Distance:||10.5 miles||Ascent:||2,600 feet|
|Weather:||Breezy on the tops but good amounts of sunshine and warm|
|Comments:||Taking a clockwise route we followed the Cumbria Way along Mickleden before branching off up Rossett Gill for Rossett Pike. After a brief stop for a snack we then headed for Pike o' Stickle, Harrison Stickle and Pavey Ark. Our return route took us along the shore of Stickle Tarn (below Pavey Ark) for a final descent via Pike Howe. An excellent walk spoilt only by the hazy views.|
This looks like an eaasy walk in the park
How much more climbing is there?
Rossett Pike at last, Pike o' Stickle next
The top of Pike o' Stickle, a pity about the misty view
Who said we had finished climbin? Harrison Stickle doesn't look too bad from here
Made it to the top, Korser obviously thinks it's cold up here
The final climb of the day took us to Pavey Ark with Harrison Stickle in the distance
The Langdale Valley from above Pike Howe . . .
but are we looking at mist or is it air pollution?