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Pike of Stickle

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Location type: Mountain
Location address: United Kingdom, South Lakeland
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Pike of Stickle, also known as Pike O’ Stickle, is a fell in the English Lake District. It reaches a height of 709 metres (2,326 feet) and is situated in the central part of the national park in the valley of Great Langdale. The fell is one of three fells which make up the picturesque Langdale Pikes (the others being Harrison Stickle and Loft Crag), one of the best known areas in Lakeland. A “stickle” is a hill with a steep prominent rocky top, while a “pike” is a hill with a peaked summit, the name is therefore partly tautological.

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