3 - 5 hours
Terrain: Good paths, rocky in places and with some steep sections.
Summary: Starting from the historic 3 counties boundary of the Three Shire Stone at the top of the Wrynose Pass. We meet a variety of landscape features along our chosen route, and given clear weather will be justly rewarded for the climb, with stunning views to the Langdale Pikes from this most commanding of vantage points. It’s easy to find peace & quiet on this mountain, come along and we’ll show you how, it's a real favourite of ours.
The twin summit can confuse should it be at all misty, which is the highest? The view from either is jaw-droppingly gorgeous, standing proud as it does above the Langdale valley.
Our return route includes a brief visit to Red Tarn. We are sure to let you know where the name originates from whilst we're there, although you may well guess it anyway.