A quintessential lake district valley, picture perfect in almost every way, Great Langdale is home to some of the finest fell walking England has to offer, and this walk takes in some of the best of the best.
Once we have all gathered in the National Trust car park near the Stickle Ghyll, we will start to make our way up the path next to the stream, offering great views of the cascades and waterfalls right out of the gate. It does this at a price however, as it is a steep path with some uneven steps up to Stickle Tarn. Once at the Tarn we will take in the cliff face of Pavey Ark, and maybe spot some brave climbers making their ascents, before heading around the back up to the first peak of the day, Harrisons Stickle. After this is a short descent down, before reascending up to Pike of Stickle, and then again to Loft Crag. We will then return down to the valley floor for a much needed refreshment.
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