|Area:||Lake District - Southern Fells|
|Classification:||Wainwright, Birkett, Marilyn, Hewitt, Nuttall, and HuMP|
(also Fellranger, Synge, Sim, and Tump)
|Maps:||OL6(N) Explorer or 89, 90 Landranger|
|Grid Ref:||NY271042 Hills nearby: 5km 10km 20km|
|Summit:||cairn - photo|
|Notes:||North cairn is higher than South cairn|
|Daylight:||dawn 03:40, sunrise 04:36, sunset 21:49, dusk 22:45|
Pike of Blisco, or according to Wainwright: Pike O'Blisco, lies between the summit of Wrynose Pass and the Oxendale branch of Great Langdale. The northwest end of the summit ridge was graced by a large conical cairn in Wainwright's time but was apparently vandalised, a much lesser cairn now stands in its place. Another cairn at the southwest end marks the lower end of the rocky ridge.
The easiest route of ascent is from the top of Wrynose pass at Three Shire Stone, alternatively the Old Dungeon Ghyll is a popular starting point for a round including Pike of Blisco, Crinkle Crags, and Bowfell and if very keen the Langdale Pikes: Rosset Pike, Harrison Stickle and Pike of Stickle.
Why not try walking up this hill using one of our walks:
Other walkers registered on our site who have already walked up this hill include: adgl, AGJ64, Andy Duff, anthbowles, Becky28, beth, budgie, CarlandHay, CARLOS (twice), CEW, chipshot, Chris the rambler, chrisandbex, chrisfry35 (x4), digby, domusmantell, drsylvester68, dsutton101, DukeNukem, DuncanG22, fellwalker68, fizzerfox, frothyraptor, gallowshill (twice), gbh (twice), gerard.hurst, Ginty, goth_angel, JamieL, jegger, JMCM, john09cw, kierandol, Lancashire Lad (x3), Lenny0018, McLeish, mikedowsett, Mikew92, motley 55, On The Rivet, pah800, peterb, Peterfishwick, RuslandRambler, samross, ScoutScarShuffler (twice), SheepFarmer (twice), email@example.com, Shortnick, Smoo1610 (twice), spookyfish, springfishblue (twice), steve71, StevetheRover, Stewart Sanderson (twice), Stoney, Strangerclur, Stuchlik, Susanna, Sylwia J Kociemba (twice), ThinArthur, ThrowerBell, tiamaria, TONYL31, walsh581, and wolfgangb.
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