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Name:Luzley Brows
Hill number:16677
Height:273.1m / 896ft
Parent (Ma):2810  Black Hill
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Tameside (UA)
Grid ref:SD 96896 01575
Summit feature:grassy mound near fence
Col:244.1m  SD 9668 0195  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 109
(1:25k) OL1W 277
Observations:mound is also a few metres N of shallow pits
Comments:Tump deleted June 2020
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 31 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked to the west at the end of Barngate Drive in Mossley. A track leaves the road along a good access route before passing through a gate and heading directly uphill alongside the fence. Over one easy fence to reach the summit area. Head slightly left along the fenceline to a summit silightly behind an old pit. 84m return, 15 minutes.moorsman04/03/2020
Mossley circular. NNW to SSE traverse of the summit area.Smudge16/11/2019
From road to west, up by fence to HPPeterD25/09/2019
Very easy from minor road to the west. Good parking.Campbell Singer11/11/2018
From gateway as others.Easier to get through bwf a few yards downhill.Bramley20/10/2018
Across field from nearby road. Picked way thru cows+calves to the summit then ran back to car!John Eley06/10/2018
As carole engel.David Evans04/03/2018
easy access from gateway SD 9676 0183carole engel18/11/2017
Last and 9th hill of the day on a 17 mile walk from Marsden station to Mossley, climbing Pule hill, Ox Hey top, Harrop Edge, Delph Hill, Badger Edge, Wharmton, Quick Edge and now with head-torch, Holly Bank to Mossley road. I took track South but veered off to climb direct over one fence to obvious summit. Checked both sides of the fence. Impressive pits, even in the dark. This hill may have been a hill-fort. Dropped down East to then head NE on fp into estate and then track to the station. This hill completes Tameside!Dazingdale29/10/2016
from Lydgate church, Quick Edge, Holly Bank, Luzley Brows, canal towpath then up Wharmton, back to start.joseph mitchell30/05/2016
A 3 Tump circular walk / jog -Quick Edge - Luzley Brows -Holly Bank. Good dog walkers path all along grassy ridge to top.Chris Pearson05/08/2015
Nice wee wander up through pasture on windy Sunday... weaving through eastern Manchester en route to meet son Jamie.vegibagger17/05/2015
Did after Holly Bank and before Quick Edge.Dugswell201/05/2015
From Mossley, took the path sw from the end of Barngate Drive until it crosses a fence halfway up the hillside then went straight up to the top. Met a local dog walker on the brow and there's a reasonable path along going northwards, despite the odd barbed wire fence. Continued on to Hartshed Pike and Quick Edge for a pleasant short circuit.Jake99420/02/2015
From WRHW01/11/2014
From Luzley Road which runs SSE out of Mossley Cross. Parked near f/p sign 'Mossley Brow 3/4 mile'. Followed edge around to barbed wire fence, over this, up to summit near fence and shallow pits.Aye Jimmy11/05/2014
Wycombe Wanderer13/05/2020
Bag For Life13/05/2020
Mark Sims20/09/2016
andrew brown12/07/2016
Alan Caine17/01/2015
Martin R31/12/1999