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David-Guenot: Track 3501 in area near Lang How, Lake District - Central & Western Fells (Britain)
The Langdale Pikes
Length: 22.1km, Creator time taken: 8h32m, Ascent: 1117m,
Descent: 1119m

Places: Start at NY33582 07379, Lang How, Swinescar Pike, Little Castle How, Great Castle How, Castle How [Raw Pike], Blea Rigg, Pavey Ark, Harrison Stickle, Thorn Crag, Loft Crag, Pike of Stickle, Thunacar Knott, Sergeant Man, Codale Head, Tarn Crag (Easedale), end at Start
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This route includes the amazing, scary scramble up Pavey Ark via Jake's Rake. A total of 9 Wainwrights bagged along the way.

Uploaded on: Wed, 28 Jun 2017 (23:45:42)
Trackback: https://mountainviews.ie/track/3501/  
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