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Hill number:16678
Height:273m / 896ft
Parent (Ma):2819  Winter Hill
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Bury (UA)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:SD 75432 13682
Summit feature:ground by seat
Col:187m  SD752149  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 109
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 57 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
A few steps from one of my old haunts.... The Pack Horse in the 60's.bolton16/06/2020
Done several times on 2 crosses. LDWA.Mountain Goat09/10/2019
Jumbles to affetside, eagley brook,eagley, cheetham close, turton tower, jumblesLancylass20/03/2019
Parking by the memorial area then a 30 second walk across to the seat.moorsman08/03/2019
Parked on the side of the road and walked up to the Millenium Green. Worth the visit- good views.John Eley03/03/2019
Started from Walves and set off on a path through the woods to the end of the track and a quick detour left to the top of Top of Quarlton, on a glorious day with views to Winter Hill, Peel Tower and the Clwydian Hills, then through Turton Bottoms to Jumbles Reservoir and onto the Tump of AffetsideWayne Mac28/09/2018
How sweet!Wycombe Wanderer19/08/2018
Solo. Parked where the road widens, opposite The Pack Horse. About 90 secs to summit!ADT19/04/2018
Parked opposite Packhorse pubDavid Evans19/02/2018
On the millennium green.jonglew18/02/2018
6th and final tump of the day, this one completing Bury! I climbed Turton Heights as an out and back then a drop off by my Airbnb hosts at Pick-up Bank continue my main route, climbing Rushy Hill, Rushton's Height, Scholes Hill Boundary (Bury Current Co. top) Bull Hill and Top of Quarlton, taking track South to A676. I changed my route as I was running out of time to get back from Bromley so took main road (instead of footpaths up and over steep ground) to Walves Reservoir then the Roman road, Watling Stret to Affetside. The summit is so benign it is easy to miss, what a contrast with Bull Hill! A nice area of contemplation and relaxation. After checking either side of the bench and Anvil I continued, now running at times, West to A676 then via fp through fishing lakes to reach Bromley Cross, just in time to take Rail replacement bus to Bolton, where I caught a train to Stockport and then back to Nottingham.Dazingdale26/11/2017
With RosieLongwojo26/08/2017
Dad's first TuMP ! To celebrate we shared a hot-cross bun sitting in the lovely warm sunshine on the summit seat by the anvil. A delightful village green -maintained by volunteers.Chris Pearson27/03/2017
A few steps to the top, followed by a leisurely wander around the delightful millennium green.Nick Down120/03/2017
Grey, dank day. Very easy to find and not much of a challenge.fencehugger13/03/2017
A summit on a millenium green, watch where you park, it's a bit narrowbardolph12/02/2017
West Lancs Way Clough Head to JumblesNorthender03/02/2017
15.00. The exact time I got married....Standing at the anvil. I feel like this ought to be at Gretna and I ought to have a new lovely woman next to me and about to exchange our vows! But no.... Solo at a little hill top.village in northwest Bury.vegibagger30/12/2016
HP just behind hedge next to anvil.Campbell Singer03/06/2016
Nice friendly hill in middle of village.arranc01/04/2016
A short walk.Play2End03/03/2016
With Jo, from lay-by opposite pub: Affetside. Weather; cloudy, good visibility.amblerbob04/12/2015
Very short walk to unusual summit.RobertP25/10/2015
Small park by the road, top is anvil on far right hand sideTor worth it11/10/2015
On Millennium Green by the anvil.PeterD10/10/2015
Pleasant spot transformed from former bus turning circle!With Oscar.catman18/08/2015
With Catman.oscarrosie18/08/2015
Quick bag in the dark.RHW01/11/2014
Highest point seems to be at back of charming little 'Millenium Green' near seat and gateway.Aye Jimmy14/06/2014
By lanes from Walshaw. Delightful public green on the summit area and the pub isn't bad too.Jake99408/04/2014
Parked above the village pub and then went for a good walk around taking in the cross, village pond and green plus a few other spots just in case.Dugswell206/07/2013
Circular walk from Jumbles - actually had lunch sitting on the benches by the cross!CreakingHiker25/05/2006
on Spanner's Round LDWA, FOGGY!. Walk o.k. but thick fog ruined it for the day. The only clear view all day was on top of Low Hog Pike for about 10 minutes and then the fog came in again!!!!.joseph mitchell03/12/1989
James Burrows02/05/2017
andrew brown08/03/2017
Mark Sims12/01/2015
Alan Caine29/04/2011