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Southern Cumbria Area   Lake District - Southern Fells Subarea
Place count in area: 84,  
Highest place: The Old Man of Coniston [Coniston Old Ma, 803m
Maximum height for area: 803 metres,     Maximum prominence for area: 416 metres,

Places in area Southern Cumbria:
Benson Knott 319mLambrigg Fell 339.6mScout Hill 285m
Lake District - Far Eastern Fells:   Arnside Knott 159.1mCrook Knott 256mGrassgarth Heights 205mGummer's How 321mHampsfell 222mScout Scar 235mWhitbarrow - Lord's Seat 215m
Lake District - Southern Fells:   Beacon Fell 255mBirk Fell Man - Birk Fell 529mBirker Fell - White How 444mBlack Brows 268mBlack Combe 600mBlack Combe South Top 587mBlack Fell 323mBlack Sails 745mBlake Rigg (Tilberthwaite) 423mBrim Fell 796mBrown Pike 682mBuck Barrow 549mBuck Pike - Seathwaite Fell 744mBurn Moor 543mBurney 298mCaw 529mClaife Heights 270mCrook Crag 469mDemming Crag 525mDow Crag 778mDow Crag 404mErin Crag 551mGreat Carrs 785mGreat How (Swirl Band) 770mGreat Intake - Low Fell 408mGreat Paddy Crag 532mGreat Whinscale 427mGreat Worm Crag 427mGreen Crag 489mGreen Pikes 420mGrey Friar 773mHarter Fell (Eskdale) 654mHawk Rigg 441mHaystacks (Tilberthwaite) 423mHell Gill Pike 662mHesk Fell 477mHigh Fell 428mHigh Wythow 410mHolme Fell 317mHorsehow Crags 433mHutton Roof Crags 275mIron Crag 408mKennel Crag 412mKinmont Buck Barrow 535mKirkby Moor [Lowick High Common] 334mKitty Crag 435mLad Stones 616mLag Bank [Broughton Moor] 412mLittle Carrs 692mLittle How Crags 730mLong Crag - Yewdale Fells 421mLowscales Hill 189mMuncaster Fell - Hooker Crag 231mPeathill Crag 400mPeathill Crag South Top 404mPikes 469mPlough Fell 448mRowantree How 402mStainton Pike 498mStickle Pike 375mStoneside Hill 422mStoupdale Head 472mSwirl How 802mThe Old Man of Coniston [Coniston Old Man] 803mTop o'Selside 335mWalna Scar 621mWetherlam 763mWhite Combe 417mWhite Maiden 610mWhite Pike (Birkby Fell) 442mWhite Pike (Seathwaite) 598mWhitfell 573mWoodend Height 489mYoadcastle 494m

Note: this list of places includes island features such as summits, but not islands as such.
Stickle Pike Hill

Height: 375m OS 1:50k Mapsheet: 96 Grid Reference: SD21200 92796
Place visited by 5 members. Recently by: rhw, IainT, Fergalh, jimbloomer, chalky
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Longitude: -3.213082, Latitude: 54.324643 , Easting: 321200, Northing: 492796 Prominence: 116m,  Isolation: 2.5km ,   GPS IDs, 6 char: StckPk, 10 char: StcklPike
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Picture: Cairn at summit
Long trek to summit
by Fergalh  3 May 2021
Parked to the south of this hill at Broughton Mills and started a circuit of Wainwright Outlying fells (6) and 2 other small hills. Only Stickle Pike is on Mountainviews. The circuit was Great Stickle, Dunnerdale Fells, Tarn Hill, Stickle Pike, Parkhead Road Top, Ravens Crag (Wainwright). Ravens Crag and The Knott. Linkback:
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Picture: Crag on way up Hill
First wainwright on the circuit is Great Stickle
by Fergalh  3 May 2021
We went over bridge from Broughton Mills and followed the permissive track by Hesket hall and headed in a north westerly direction. The Hills crags very impressive on the way up with the summit marked by a trig pillar Linkback:
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Picture: The final ascent of Stickle Pike
Wainwright Outlying Tops on way to the summit
by Fergalh  3 May 2021
From Great Stickle we headed North west to Tarn Hill (unmarked summit) and than North east to Dunnerdale Fell marked with a small cairn and from thyere headed north from there to Stickle pike. There are many small tops here navigation can be tricky in the fog Linkback:
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Picture: Cairn at summit of the Knott
Final part of horseshoe down the east side of valley
by Fergalh  3 May 2021
After Stickle Pike we headed down to the Stickle Tarn for lunch. From there we headed north to Parkehead road Top and than south east to the track and the head of the valley than south down the far side. We took in Ravens Crag and Ravens Crag (Wainwright) before finishing at The Knott. From here it was south to the narrow lane which lead back to Broughton Mills the starting point. Small hills but a great horseshoe . Although with numerous false summits and ups and downs one to do on a clear day ! Linkback:
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