Harrison Stickle and Langdale Pikes Loop is a 6.3 kilometer loop trail located near Ambleside, England, United Kingdom that features a lake. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips.

DISTANCE
6.3 km
ELEVATION GAIN
618 m
ROUTE TYPE
Loop

hiking

nature trips

walking

lake

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19 days ago

A nice day out. Can be overcrowded and dull at times as a result. Drones are becoming an issue at the Tarn.

To avoid the crowds a scramble up the Ghyll next to the path goes with little difficulty but a good day in a dry spell is a must on top of the usual need for good scrambling experience. A nip up Jack’s Rake will bring you back to the crowds but is relatively simple for the amount of exposure it brings (Note: this is also a rock climbing location. Climbers can drop/knock down rocks as the climb. They will also get very angry if you crowd them doing their rope work or if you cross their ropes - this is rather dangerous and really shouldn’t need saying...sadly it does).

3 months ago

Great climb, wall falls! View!