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Name:Bagslate Moor
Hill number:16752
Height:204m / 669ft
Parent (Ma):2817  Hail Storm Hill
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Rochdale (UA)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:SD864141 (est)
Col:167m  SD860144  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 109
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 31 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked up and got out of car for a brief wander. Nice views.John Eley06/08/2019
Bagged while cycling from Heywood to Rochdale. Straight ride pastThe-Z-Man19/07/2019
Did get out of the car to take a photo!moorsman07/03/2019
Nos. 97/99. Out of car and back in.Campbell Singer02/09/2018
Drive byDavid Evans19/02/2018
Think it's a good idea to be satisfied with the road outside 97/99.I knocked on the door of 99 and the guy there said, 'I know what you're here for' before I'd been able to ask him the question. He said a woman had been round just a few weeks before and it wasn't convenient as he was busy.vegibagger08/01/2018
As the top is supposed to be in the garden of no.99 Shelfield Lane, I asked permission to visit and the friendly owner agreed. Apparently I am the first in the 30 years he has lived there. Securely fenced off, so permission would be neededcarole engel27/12/2017
1st of 7 hills today on a route from Rochdale to Littleborough Starting via golf course fp and then i got to the crux outside 97&99. I checked the back garden of 97 but 99 higher so knocked on their door and asked permission to visit their garden which i believed to be the summit. The owners were curious & confused but granted my wish. I Continued onwards to Gandy Brow.Dazingdale08/01/2017
Toiled up the relentless slopes from no.93 with Mel.Wycombe Wanderer11/09/2016
Another impressive addition to my c.v.!With Bridget.catman01/05/2016
With Catman.rosiebridge01/05/2016
O dear-a residential street-Shelfield LaneMark Sims11/08/2015
a drive by on the way to do some proper hills!joseph mitchell27/02/2015
Visited frontage of 97 & 99, just to be sure.ngthack25/02/2015
Tram to Bury, bus to Jericho then walked Birtle Hill, Deeply Hill, Windy Hill and Bagslate Moor. Bus to Rochdale and tram back to Manchester. Nice views between the houses up here!Jake99413/01/2015
Highest point seemed to me to be gate at top of No 93 driveway. Could be slightly higher in back garden.RHW02/11/2014
Shelfield Lane either 97 or 99. Thankfully a window clearer left a ladder beside a lamp post so that I could make sure my head was well above this TuMP summit.Dugswell210/07/2014
On Shelfield Lane, somewhere outside Nos. 97-99 I'd say.Aye Jimmy14/06/2014
Take your pick which house the highest point is on!Alan Caine26/10/2013
On Shelfield Lane - my guessBramley11/10/2013
in housing estateAdrian04/11/2011
Alex C24/08/2019
andrew brown14/10/2015
Martin R31/12/1999