|It was a nice quiet walk up Stickle Gill I only saw 2 other people. The sun was catching Pavey Ark as I reached the head of the gill...I had other hills to climb first before I summited Pavey Ark.|
|I walked round the South side of Stickle Tarn and up on to the ridge. Sergeant Crag soon seemed quite close.|
|First top of the day, Sergeant Crag. It was blowing a hoolie although you can't tell on the photo.|
|After a wild walk/jog across the damp plateau i arrived at High Raise...it was actually throwing a light hail shower at this point.|
|A great smooth and easy run down to the col below Thurnacar Knott and as I looked back the shower had passed and the sun was trying to make an appearance.|
|Thurnacar Knott with Harrison Stickle in the distance.|
|Again an easy run down from Thurnacar Knott this time followed by a short scramble brought me to the top of Pavey Ark. Harrison Stickle my next top is prominent in this view.|
|It's a bouldery scramble across the slope and I was able to look back at Pavey Ark from Harrison Stickle.|
|Another easy run down from Harrison Stickle then the steep pull to the summit of Pike O'Stickle.|
Just Loft Crag to go...seen here on the right of the photo.
|Looking back to Harrison Stickle and the head of Dungeon Gill. The threat of shower had disappeared, all that remained was the run down to the valley floor...|
7 more 2000'ers ticked, things are going well...so far!
The Strava track and stats of the trip can be found here