– Lat/Long: 54.46° N 3.11° W

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Harrison Stickle mountain guide

Harrison Stickle illuminated, viewed from Side Pike photo

Harrison Stickle

Photo credit: Steve Dunn

  • Elevation: 736 m
  • Difficulty: Walk up
  • Best months to climb: March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November
  • Convenient center: Ambleside

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1. Thunacar Knott (723 m) 0.5 km
2. Loft Crag (682 m) 0.5 km
3. Pavey Ark (700 m) 0.6 km
4. Pike of Stickle (709 m) 0.8 km
5. Sergeant Man (736 m) 1.5 km
6. High Raise (Langdale) (762 m) 2.1 km
7. Blea Rigg (541 m) 2.2 km
8. Tarn Crag (Easedale) (551 m) 2.9 km
9. Lingmoor Fell (469 m) 3.2 km
10. Rossett Pike (651 m) 3.2 km