TR:Pike O' Blisco

Discussion in 'General Fitness' started by Sean McMahon, Jan 11, 2005.

  1. Sean McMahon

    Sean McMahon Guest

    I had a walk up to Pike O' Blisco today, with a steep ascent from
    Blea Tarn to Blake Rigg and an interesting diversion to Black Crag
    on the way down. The weather started off okay but ended up wet and
    windy, especially on Pike O' Blisco (but not as wet and windy as
    further north in Cumbria, thankfully). Photo's are posted:
    http://www.stridingedge.net

    Regards,
    Sean
     
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  2. "Sean McMahon" <[email protected]> wrote in
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    > I had a walk up to Pike O' Blisco today, with a steep ascent from
    > Blea Tarn to Blake Rigg and an interesting diversion to Black Crag
    > on the way down. The weather started off okay but ended up wet and
    > windy, especially on Pike O' Blisco (but not as wet and windy as
    > further north in Cumbria, thankfully). Photo's are posted:
    > http://www.stridingedge.net


    ISTR Pike O'Blisco as being one of those wonderfully positioned
    summits with views across to other hills and down into the dales.

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    Adrian
     
  3. Darren G

    Darren G Guest

    In article <[email protected]>,
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    where do you get these tags from? love 'em!

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    Darren
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  4. Sean McMahon

    Sean McMahon Guest

    Yes, it's normally a great view from there to the Langdales, Bow Fell
    and The Sca Fells - as long as there are no clouds....

    Sean
     
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