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Name:Lodge Moor
Hill number:16535
Height:409m / 1342ft
Parent (Ma):2807  Kinder Scout
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Sheffield (CoU)
Catchment:Don (Thorne)
Class:Tump (400-499m)
Grid ref:SK 23715 88754
Summit feature:small cairn c 20m from fence
Col:358m  SK232879  
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 72 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Easy stroll from layby to SE on scorching morning. Followed fence round until stile appeared.Bramley25/06/2020
From SE. East top seems higher to me.Wycombe Wanderer24/05/2020
Lodge Moor from GR: SK 24169 88402ronaldo33314/03/2020
Parked to the SE in lay-by. SK241883David Evans14/10/2019
Parking at 394m spot height. Easy walk on Access Land to tiny cairn. Dogs on leads requested. With Alfie.Dangerous Dave16/07/2019
A 61 bus from Hillsborough to Low Bradfield followed by a walk on minor roads and footpaths up to Ughill Moor. First of 3 today on linear walk ending in Hathersage.JOHNS10/07/2019
Dark Peak 15 TrigsFlipperfeet07/07/2019
From SE and large lay-by. Along BW then Went round fence just to north with small stile and easily found small pile of stones.PeterD17/06/2018
From layby on A57, with High Neb.RedAndy5413/05/2018
...from High Neb, then back to roadside CP north of Hathersage. Deep snow.IanHHill20/01/2018
Flat, tussocky moorland at sunrise. Superb sky and peaceful.Campbell Singer13/11/2017
Quick bag from Sugworth Road, followed path and little trails to very featureless summit, retraced steps. Earlier that day bagged Alport Moor in an 11.4 mile walk via Alport Castles.DanTrig31/08/2017
Parked just off byway SK 23972 88433DC11main08/07/2017
With Jo, from Dennis Knoll car park. Then onto High Neb and Stanedge Pole. Weather; sunny, warm, good visibility.amblerbob02/04/2017
Parked off road to the SE the used bi-way to access second gate then accessed moorland via handy sheep gate. Found the stones.Dugswell205/02/2017
Cairn was hard to be find as grass and heather had grown over it. Exposed for pictures.Alan Caine20/09/2016
1st hill of five today with Lexi Rue my partners Labradoodle. We caught a train to Sheffield and then took bus 273 getting off at Moscar lodge. We followed the Sheffield country walk and where it turns Nw we headed up diectly to the summit climbing over two fences in doing so. Nice expansive feel and good views on descent from Slade Hill road.Dazingdale25/06/2016
Out with friends heading for Stannage Edge walk but nipped off to tag this one as their progress was slow.Aimless Rambler01/05/2016
My daughter's first self-propelled hill. Climbed from the road to the East.victimofmathema20/03/2016
From Moscar Lodge on way to Damflask Reservoir.Wheelsy10/01/2016
From road to SERobertP10/01/2016
There and back ascent from layby on A57 opposite Moscar Lodge.BobHancock30/09/2015
2/6 Qucik hop up from road along track before heading to abandoned house ruins, top is just behind....Fergalh02/05/2015
Quick visit on the way home, parked in layby to the eastthe_adam14/03/2015
Small layby alongside road to east (1266ft). Follow the track west. After the gate follow the fence to the right, then, when meeting the second track, continue to follow the wire fence around to the summit. Stiles give access to actual summit.moorsman18/02/2015
Took Strines road off A57, parked in lane to NW of hill at Footpath sign. Soggy walk through grass and reeds up track, then across to summit - rough grass and a couple of stones some 20m from fence. The 'lodge' is a ruin not far from summit.Aye Jimmy23/04/2014
From road corner to the E: Final 200m of Moor was much more pleasant than might be expected.GordonAdshead16/04/2014
Included in 11 mile walk from large car park at minor road junction 1 mile NE of Hathersage at SK 24484 82901. Stanedge Pole - Hallam Moors - Lodge Moor - Stanage End - High Neb - Carhead Rocks.David Gradwell16/05/2010
Fine views over Bradfield Dale. Worth combining with a visit to the Jewish cemetery on Rod Moor - the trees can be seen for miles around.Jake99426/06/2005
with Lesley on run. windy. The lonely clump of trees on nearby Rod Moor give a moorland skyline familiar in the view up the Rivelin Valley from the terraced streets of Crookes. A 'mad professors' house of eccentric gargoyles and wind vane inventions sits among these trees. The better known Lodge Moor is the outer suburb of Sheffield across to the SE , with its old isolation hospital . Newspaper reports from 1955 describe an American fighter jet crashing into the hospital sadly killing one lady, whilst another person walked away with a cut finger and bruising, whilst another was treated for slight shock (slight shock? when a jet fighter crashes through the roof wreaking havoc - unpertable Yorkshire folk obviously)Chris Pearson02/02/2003
OK summit, pleasant view. from tk to SE RHW25/01/2003
Done a million timesHot Beefblank
Bag For Life24/05/2020
Andy West07/04/2019
Nick Canute11/02/2019
carole engel26/04/2018
andrew brown26/06/2017