Cher & Chaz Bono - All I Really Want to Do (Live on The Cher Show, 1975) - Duration: 9:29. The Pike o'Stickle is an iconic ridge, easily recognisable by the dome shaped top. From the summit of Cockly Pike we had another fairly obvious choice on which way to gain the main ridge, the summit can be seen in the top left of the photo which can be mis-leading when thinking that the ridge goes straight up from Cockly Pike, it seems that there are a matter of twist & turns together with the odd descent & ascents thrown in too. Known to climbers as Esk Buttress, this 400-foot near vertical crag rises from the fellside low down in the mountains east flank, over looking the River Esk.Â. I knew at some point I would have to put the camera down if not only to gain some ground after seamlessly taking photo after photo of the views before me. From here contour around again until you come to crags with a gully on the right. It is an unusual starting point for the ascent of Grey Friar but proves an interesting round. As is so often the case with scrambling terrain, there was much variation possible and we opted for maximum time on rock throughout. Or you could go straight back down Grisedale to the bright lights of Glenridding. The north face of Spionkop Ridge look s quite intimidating from below, t hankfully the lay of the ridge ke eps most of the wind at bay. Not after completing the longest continuous scrambling gradient in England. It was just past midday by the time we crossed Esk Hause & found ourselves at the foot of Esk Pike, the heat of the afternoon sun adding to what is usually a mild ascent which was done at a steady pace, all the while Ill Crag & the Cockly Pike ridge was never far from view. This allowed for many, many rests and frequent checks of my 'Scrambles in the Lake District' text. Cockly Pike is a non-obvious summit that forms the base of Ill Crag & can only really be seen once Little Narrowcove is passed or, if on an ascent on Esk Hause via Great Moss, even then the summit can easily be mistaken for a just another noble of scattered rock, after all it’s Ill Crag that steals the show here, never-the-less, this non-obvious summit was our starting to point to gain Ill Crag via “The longest continuous scrambling gradient in England”. Our route starts from Wasdale Head. Looking back on Dumas Dubs & a distant Harter Fell (Eskdale) as we flank High Scarth Crag. This particular view of Scafell is up there amongst my favourite views of Scafell Pike, more so when the weather is as clear as we had today. Facts About Scafell Pike Height above sea level: 978m / 3,209ft A slightly wider view . Despite this it was still shady on the slopes of Ulpha Fell which was a small comfort. By the time we reached the summit cairn the adrenalin had started to subside a little so we decided it was a great time to eat lunch, without a breath of wind & as the sun beat down we sat there upon the summit people watching as they made their way to Scafell Pike. Set high above Upper Eskdale and The Great Moss, with views over to Scafell, Slight Side, Esk Pike, and Crinkle Crags, it's pretty fantastic. I asked Tim could he pass me my baseball cap which was zipped away in the buddy pocket of my pack lid, the cap does a great job of keeping the sun of my face but is quite a menace when trying to look through the view finder of the camera, the only solution was to spin it around leaving the peak hanging over my neck, the last time I wore a baseball cap like that I think I was still in my young teens. Find the perfect cockley stock photo. After kitting up & locking the car we took a left from the car park, then crossed a cattle grid before making a right at the Red Phone Box destination Taw House. There are ways to leave the fells, Lingcove Beck through Upper Eskdale has got to be one of the best Lakeland has to offer. ... Long Pike ridge. From top of Cockly Pike is wide choice of route.The best way is to follow rock rib on the left or there is steep scree in the middle of ridge.Finally there is fine finish on sound rock on summit tower/grade 2/.This is avoidable on the left.From summit of III crag turn right to reach saddle between III crag and Broad crag and meet crowds on path from Esk house.From here easy stroll to Scafell Pike. It all sort of came together one afternoon two weeks ago as Tim & myself had already set a day aside for a walk. Feedback comments are intended to give extra information about a route which may be helpful to other climbers. Whilst most people will be able do this walk, it requires a reasonable head for heights and an ability to scramble over a short rocky patch. The day was threatening to be lovely and sunny however, as I eventually reached the top of the climb, a bank of high cloud rolled in eradicating the morning's brightness. Over the whole walk you'll climb approximately 400 metres (1,300 ft). Huge collection, amazing choice, 100+ million high quality, affordable RF and RM images. We came up with the notion in lets enjoy the long walk back through Upper Eskdale & Brotherikeld rather than ‘run’ through it as we both agreed we wouldn’t want to be returning home late evening. Cher & Chaz Bono - All I Really Want to Do (Live on The Cher Show, 1975) - Duration: 9:29. If all this isn't enough, why not consider linking this route with either of the other routes mentioned here, or for a very fit & determined team linking all 3 would provide a HUGE day out. We were really starting to gain some height now. Crescent Climb (moderate rock climb) on Pavey Ark may be a scramble to some, but the lack of protection and exposure would render this a rock climb to others. All Saints was once a round towered church, but on 29th August 1991 the tower collapsed. We have found at least 200 people in the UK with the name Cockley. Nothing can quite prepare you for the sight of Scafell Pike as it dominates Great Moss & the Esk. Our route follows a less defined path weaving in and out of slabs and buttresses along the left or southern edge of the … To return to Cockley Beck consider either descending to Three Tarns where tum right on the Eskdale path, or join it 1ower down by taking the ridge path to Esk Pike… Tim arrives to find me still taking photos of this iconic Lakeland landmark, I will try not to leave it so long until my next visit. So a feasible day in decent light would be from Langdale to the Pike, down to Cockley Beck, or the other way about. Top day out! reflecting the five (or so) peaks that make up the high ridge walk of Crinkle Crags. Come and walk Scafell Pike – England’s highest mountain. Tim picks a boulder to sit on as I start to un-lace both my boots, my laces leave small dust plumes as I begin to untie them, once done I duly empty the contents of Cockly Pike onto the ground. We were joined by two gents who just came from out of no-where ‘you’ve got to watch the rock round here fellas, one wrong move & your over’. Did it but stand alone, away from such enticing neighbours, Esk Pike would rank highly among the really worth while mountain climbs. It seemed odd to have to make such decisions & they really do pull at the heart strings no more so than mine & Tim’s, but when you take in the two hour each way journey & the early rise of 5:00am (earlier for Tim) you’ve got to know when to make the right call. I mentioned my plans to Tim who came back with a reply asking could Esk Pike be included in the days itinerary? Someday when the regular paths become over crowded, it may be feasible to track out an exciting and alternative route of ascent for scramblers here, but the author prefers to leave the job to someone with  more energy and a lesser love of life. It all started at McDonald’s, back in Wigan. At the beginning of each year I try to set myself a few ‘out of the ordinary walks’ two of which I have already completed in; Scafell Pike from Grasmere & Scafell Pike via Piers Gill which when I think about it there’s a bit of a trend forming with Scafell Pike who’s routes are roughly based upon the good weather the summer season brings, there’s a couple of winter walks I have planned to do also but that’s miles away yet isn’t it? At around 400 metres of height gain this is probably the longest scramble in England, with the added bonus of finishing on a high mountain summit that can offer absolutely gobsmacking views. Whilst on our ridge ascent at times the conical summit of Ill Crag was sometimes lost behind walls of crags & scree, after more hands on scrambling & with the summit out of sight we topped out on a grassy purchase only to realise that the summit was in fact, much farther away than we had anticipated. This can include 'βeta' which is crucial information about the route which may be how to do a move, or tips about hidden holds or gear. Must-do routes include the huge SE Face of Ill Crag (grade 3), Pen by Thor's Buttress (3), Cockly Pike Ridge (1) and Round How (2). I pick the remains of cotton from my bare white steaming feet (sorry) & begin to give the once trusty Brasher Season Two socks a shake of luck before applying them back over my feet. On arrival at Jubilee Bridge we found the car park half full, it had just gone half seven & within another hours time parking here was going to be difficult. We soon shouldered packs & made our way of Ill Crag’s rock strewn summit before meeting with the busy path feeding more & more walkers onto the Pike, the sun was blazing down & most walkers we passed were walking shirtless thankfully carrying with them large amounts of hydration in some cases which was good to see. The adrenalin rush over, Cofa Pike deposited me on the always busy Fairfield, and it was, I … Here is the last photo of the Cockly Pike ridge before it disappeared beneath a tower of rock that forms the summit, from here we were less than thirty feet away from the summit cairn but thirty feet of exhilarating concentration as Tim demonstrates! While I was at work Tim did some homework on Ill Crag on its possible ascents, most of which as already mentioned were highly graded Scrambles, all except one, a direct ascent via Cockly Pike. We continue along the path as the cloud begins to lift from both Esk Pike & Bowfell revealing Bowfell’s distinctive cone like summit, for now however eyes are fixed straight ahead where I try & pick out what I can of the Cockly Pike ridge, it’s no use from this distance, we need to get a little more close up, all the while taking in the enormity of our position surrounded by Lakelands highest fells. I changed into the 5.10's and set off. Cockley Pike Ridge - one of the longest continuous scrambles in the Lake District and the setting alone should merit 3 stars. I found it very difficult to put my camera down such were the clear & atmospheric views we had here today. Long Pike scramble, high on Great End. The Rough Crag scramble is fairly innocuous but it's a good way to arrive on Scafell Pike. England's highest volcano: Scafell Pike was formed more than 450 million years ago when an ancient volcano exploded and then got itself ground down to a fraction of its former height by multiple ice ages. Cockley Bridge is at the junction of roads from Hardknott Pass, Wrynose Pass and from the south, Seathwaite in the Duddon Valley. Even then, the mercury was rising rapidly and the climb up Cockley Pike and the remainder of the ridge was collar-work. (my own way of saying lets take our time back). It is an unusual starting point for the ascent of Grey Friar but proves an interesting round. ).That’s enough of a mountain day for most, but wait! Our ascent on Ill Crag via the Cockly Pike ridge took us the best part of ninety minutes, it was ninety minutes of adrenalin fuelled heart thumping action & I for one will never complain that a ridge ascent was over too soon. The outstanding feature is a lengthy south ridge, bounded by the River Esk westwards, and to the east, by Yeastyrigg Gill and Lingcove Beck: a ridge with many abrupt crags. Our route to gain Great Moss starts here at Brock Crags seen ahead in the photo, after passing through the gate ahead we soon pick up grassy track through knee high bracken, the gradient here is mild but that doesn’t stop the sweating mind. The Esk and the Great Moss from further on in the climb. A short distance away, above the ‘viewpoint’ top, large boulders crown the summit of Cockley … Despite this it was still shady on the slopes of Ulpha Fell which was a small comfort. This photo clearly depicts our scramble via the boulder field as it bends left down the ridge (right looking up as in previous photo). Taw House is known as High Fell farm with common grazing’s that extend all the way up to the Scafell range, the farm dates back to 1806 but was actually built on the site of a much older site dating back to 1723. . Grade 1 Scramble / Grade 4 Walk – Jack’s Rake 7 miles (11.2km), with 2500 ft (762m) of ascent Meeting Time: 9.30am in Elterwater village (for complimentary transport to the start). The situation is wonderful as is the continuous scrambling interest. Get the full route guide and photos here. Looking north to Derwentwater and Skiddaw. We soon made our way down to the top of Calf Cove passing more & more groups of walkers along the way, by the looks of things Scafell Pike will be one busy summit today, we both agreed that given the fact that today is the Summer Solstice, walkers would still be here at 9pm this evening making the best out of the years longest day. Besides the splendid views that unfolded before us I had other reasons why I choose to plan our exit via the scenic Lingcove Beck & the isolation that it had to offer. “The longest continuous scrambling gradient in England”. Cockley Cley All Saints is an ancient parish. It’s only after passing Little Narrowcove do the views onto the Cockly Pike ridge start to open up. The day was threatening to be lovely and sunny however, as I eventually reached the top of the climb, a bank of high cloud rolled in eradicating the morning's brightness. Time here could have stood still, because memories from such walks will always remain firmly fixed, the Cockly Pike ridge may not be to everyone’s liking but it sure comes close to the next best thing. Scafell Pike from the path to Esk Hause. Shortly before packing up we were passed by this RAF Sea King that flew around the summit of the Pike before hovering directly above the cairn for quite a few minutes, neither myself or Tim could understand what was happening nor the dozens of walkers who had also stopped to watch what was happening unfold. I somehow manage to nip ahead of Tim & found myself at a blind bend in the path first, here the sight of Slight Side was just sensational & was a real impressive surprise to Tim by the time he had caught up with me. Harter Fell dominates the view south seen over the vast expanse of Great Moss. Start Point: Cockley Beck (NY 246 016) Cockley Beck – Moasdale – Lingcove Beck – High Gait Crags – Yeastyrigg Crags – Pike de Bield – Esk Pike – Ore Gap – Bowfell – Three Tarns – Shelter Crags – Crinkle Crags – Stonesty Pike – Little Stand – Ulpha Fell – Cockley Beck Distance: 9 miles Total Ascent: 1013 metres Time Taken: 6 hours Start Time: 07:30 An oasis of grass at Three Tarns is succeeded by a bouldery scramble up to Bowfell's e qually rocky summit. After failing to find the cause of what was going on I can only assume that a rescue was underway, I only hope it was nothing too serious. The tarns at Great Knott . After crossing over a cleverly disguised stile in the wall, the going got really tough as the chosen route climbed steeply up the fellside. Esk Pike, Bowfell and the Crinkles all in a line. Clear Warm & Sunny,light Winds, Highs Of 22°C Lows Of 12°C, Jubilee Bridge – Brotherikeld – Taw House – Scale Bridge – Damas Dubs – Great Moss – River Esk – Sampson’s Stones – Cockly Pike – Cockly Pike Ridge – Ill Crag – Calf Cove – Esk Hause – Esk Pike – Ore Gap – Yeastyrigg Gill – Lingcove Beck – Lingcove Bridge – Brotherikeld – Jubilee Bridge. The right/northern edge of the triangle is formed by Cockly Pike Ridge, a Grade 1** scramble terminating at the northern and lower of the two summits. Cockley Bridge is at the junction of roads from Hardknott Pass, Wrynose Pass and from the south, Seathwaite in the Duddon Valley. Looking over Mickledore to Broad Stand and Scafell from Scafell Pike, Initial section of Cockley Pike Ridge, Ill Crag. Tackling Scafell Pike from Wasdale Head is an ‘easier approach’ and definitely the quickest. Should you feel like an ascent on Pen from Great Moss there is now a large stone cairn marking a faint path that flanks Esk Buttress to the left by following the ravine largely all the way to the summit, but, be prepared for a steep climb! After reaching our next designated stop we again took hold of the route by giving it a few moments of thought before proceeding again, seeing as we were having so much fun sticking to the boulder field we again stuck to what we thought best, in this case by veering left over the top of the boulders once more. It’s not very often such a host of Lakeland fells can be seen, today we had a treat. Cockley Beck to Coniston, possibly via Wetherlam, is on the to-do list as of today and I've done Coniston to Sail via the Old Man several times, even including that lovely ridge that includes Brown Pike … But … Well, seeing as Esk Pike was en-route I couldn’t see any reason why not, if anything including, Esk Pike completed the days proceedings. Cockley Pike ridge is well worth the effort with nothing about it being dull. Bochlwyd Horseshoe – (Page 56) This includes TWO of the best scrambles in Snowdonia, as well as another two in descent! If all this isn't enough, why not consider linking this route with either of the other routes mentioned here, or for a very fit & determined team linking all 3 would provide a HUGE day out. Many more walkers are passed all heading up to Esk Pike as we make our way down in the midday heat, it seemed such a shame to leave the fells early but in saying this, we still had two hours of magnificent Upper Eskdale to soak in yet. I was the first to give Tim the good news. . Our ascent on Ill Crag via the Cockly Pike ridge took us the best part of ninety minutes, it was ninety minutes of adrenalin fuelled heart thumping action & I for one will never complain that a ridge ascent was over too soon. Cheers, Frank. Feedback comments are intended to give extra information about a route which may be helpful to other climbers. The final scramble to its summit from this side is considered a moderate scramble by those who have done it, and the interceding 3.0 km of beautiful scenery and ridge-walking certainly make the journey worthwhile! It’s not Scafell Pike, but still, the scramble is not one for vertigo sufferers. We press on towards the summit of Esk Pike, not before one last picture of…. PIke O'Stickle South Face It is a sea of boulder and rock. We press on towards our subsidiary summit. After crossing over a cleverly disguised stile in the wall, the going got really tough as the chosen route climbed steeply up the fellside. ... Long Pike ridge. Beyond the central fells we have the eastern fells in the very back ground with the Helvellyn ridge penetrating from south to north until Blencathra can be seen in the far left of the photo. A series of false summits up the ridge of Cockley How, leads to a grand spot to sit and admire the view of Derwent Water and beyond; this lower top has a slightly better view than the main summit. The pain in my feet however was easily taken away by my view ahead. Our path can be seen in the right hand side of the photo, it really is quite an obvious path but not one I would like to find myself upon should the cloud & mist come down, today however we don’t have any issues with cloud & the views weren’t too bad either. now that the sun is also shining on Bowfell at the end. Tim I’m gonna have to take the boots off & empty the stones out. Going from the Eskdale valley up Cockley Pike Ridge then onto Scafell Pike is a very enjoyable scrambling day out. Here we find our way over more fixed boulder until we agreed to reach the next point at which we would stop again & re-evaluate the route. We soon came to a section of Lingcove Beck where the Valley of Mosedale is passed to our left, here we spot two walkers heading out over Thostle Garth (foreground) looking like they had a wild camp in mind, we could only look on with envy. Our route would see us head firstly along the banks of Lingcove Beck via a faint grassy singular track which at times does widen up but in any case is quite easy to follow, ahead sits Hard Knott which marks a right turn as we would continue to follow Lingcove Beck back through to Brotherikeld, but that, is a long way away yet. Earlier Tim & I had spoke about our next move, or more to the point should we include Bowfell or descend Ore Gap via Yeastyrigg Gill from where we could pick up Lingcove Beck, the decision to leave out Bowfell was a hard one from both our parts as the final call took quite a long time to make. Site location details and google satellite image for Cockley Cley Please click on the map icon below to load Cockley Cley in your preferred map Latitude\Longitude: 52.60358 , 0.64335 Cher Fan Club Recommended for you It wasn’t long before we found ourselves at the Esk Pike’s summit cairn, here we were greeted to large groups of walkers equally enjoying a day on the sunburnt fells. Langstrath Cam Crag Ridge 2/3 8km / 5 miles via Tarn at Leaves or 12km / 7.5 miles via Glaramara Walk three from my ‘out of the ordinary walks’ would be a direct ascent on Ill Crag from Great Moss which up until a few weeks ago were just words on a sheet of paper as I hadn’t really planned on how I was going to get myself up there, if at all it was even possible for the average walker already knowing somewhere in the back of my head, that the most direct ascents were Grade 3/4 Scrambles. Into lingcove Gill as seen in the climb with the name cockley fairly obvious pathless route gain. 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