Having investigated Harrison Stickle for rock climbing potential today, this is probably the best route available on the entire cliff and is well worth doing.

Ticklists: Rog Wilko's Neglected Gems in The Lakes.

Allan Winstanley 17/Sep/17 Lead
with Chris
ChrisH.19 17/Sep/17 2nd
with Allan
JEdmunds ?/Mar/17 2nd O/S
Dave Wearing 08/Aug/15 Lead
with Gavin Parker
Gav Parker 08/Aug/15 2nd
Steve Lenartowicz 25/Jul/15 Lead
with Clare
xusa 09/Jun/15 2nd O/S

nice interesting corner, holow rock all the way which made it very interesting. very enjoyable climb but don't fall the rock will ho with u

Elastic Jones 09/Jun/15 Lead O/S
with Spanny
youwillfindjimbo 07/May/15 Solo O/S
Conan 03/Jun/14 Lead
with KMC
James_Kendal 03/Jun/14 2nd
with Conan
Hidden 13/Oct/13 Solo O/S
johnjb 13/Nov/10 2nd O/S

Not the obvious place to climb in a brisk cold westerly November wind with hail showers, but the rock was dry and sound.

with Dave (CMC), Keith (CMC), Ian Moore, Jon
Hidden 02/Aug/09 2nd
RCrockford 22/Jul/09 2nd
with Ste M
stemill 22/Jul/09 Lead O/S

Also did Tweed Wall, "Lost again"(!), and Treasure. Wayfarers meet checking routes for FRCC guidebook.

with Richard
aide 22/Jul/09 Lead O/S
with TED
Hidden 15/Jul/09 -
Hidden 02/Jun/07 2nd
Hidden 02/Jun/07 Lead O/S
Rog Wilko ?/Jun/06 Lead

A bit of route-finding ability is needed - FRCC desription isn't very good. Probably worth severe as it's bold at times (eg on Spillikin ridge) By the way, the route name is Harristickorner

with Debbie Wilkinson
Hidden 21/Jun/03 AltLd
Paul Clarke ??/1972 AltLd
with FMC
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