Fat Man’s Agony (Side Pike)

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Fat Man’s Agony (Side Pike). The Lake District

Fat Man’s Agony is a squeeze through the rocks on the side of Side Pike. I’m not the biggest guy but I get my shoulders stuck going straight forward, a sideways shimmy will be required to get through.

There is a bit of a drop but it’s easy to avoid.

Difficulty: Easy

OS Map: South West

Best time of the day to go here: In the day

Best time of the year to visit: All year round

Parking: National Trust carpark at Blea Tarn

Places close by: Blea Tarn, Side Pike, Lingmoor Fell

Nearest town/village: Chapel Stile, Elterwater

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