Langdale Pikes - Loft Crag, Pike of Stickle, Thunacar Knott, Harrison Stickle and Pavey Ark

Tuesday 29th November 2022

One of the most iconic walks in Lakeland. The Langdale Pikes are some of the most recognisable peaks in the Lake District. They are rugged, steep and offer stunning views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. I've always enjoyed this part of the Central Lakes so much - It's possibly my favourite place, although there are so many that could offer competition for that accolade. But it's safe to say - the Langdales are amazing.

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Distance: 6.9 miles
Duration: 5:30 hours
Ascent: 3084 ft
Difficulty: Hard
Accompanied By: On my Own
Weather: Low mist & fog but warm and sunny at height

3D outline of route