Add marker to map:              help
Marker Notes X

To add your own marker to the map, click on the appropriate symbol below the map, then click again at the location required on the map (using the crosshairs).

Logged-in registered users only...
When you add a marker, a pop-up box should then appear on the map - fill in the elevation (if known) and a brief description of your marker, then click [save].

To view previously saved markers which fall within the bounds of the map, click the show link (you may need to repeat this if you zoom or pan away from the current position on the map).

Loading...
Name:Canklow Bank
Hill number:16831
Height:123m / 404ft
Parent (Ma):2807  Kinder Scout
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Rotherham (UA)
Catchment:Don (Thorne)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:SK 43357 90880
Summit feature:not recorded
Drop:37m
Col:86m  SK447914  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 111
(1:25k) 278S
Observations:summit is in a large (15-20 hectares) area within 1.0m of summit height in woodland
Change log:show changes for this hill entry
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

Show Map
(Please be considerate with your usage of the OS map pages, as there are daily limits)

View on: Geograph  OS Maps  Streetmap  Magic  NLS  OSM

Full screen map
Switch to Bing Maps view
(Please be considerate with your usage of the Full Screen/Bing Maps pages, as there are monthly limits)

Resize map: portrait / landscape / reset

Map Help, This page uses the Ordnance Survey OpenSpace API
which does not include Explorer (1:25000 scale) mapping.

Show/hide GPS File for mountains/markers shown

Show/hide GPX File for mountains shown

Photos
No summit photo available
Hill summit
No portrait photo available
Hill portrait

To contribute a summit or portrait photo for a hill
please contact the hillsummits website

N.B. Some hill summits are on private property or on land where there is no public right of way.  Permission should be sought from the landowner where access to a hill summit is through private land.
Please report via the contact page any logs you see below which describe or encourage acts of trespass, and mention the hill number and hill name.

Logged Descriptions  (logged by 42 users)ByDate of Ascent
High point not obvious. Nice stroll through the woods though.victimofmathema11/05/2019
From Boston Castle car park (free). Good path then last short section into open woodland. Some rocky protruberences on the forest floor at SK 43353 90927 seemed to be as high as anywhere.jonglew11/04/2019
Parked at Boston Castle car park to the NNW. Not sure of summit, so tramped around a lot.David Evans10/02/2019
From Bolton Castle car park.Went to advertised high point but impossible to say if that's the highest point.Then did full circuit of woods.With Oscar.catman20/01/2019
With Catman.oscarrosie20/01/2019
Woodland paths from the SW reach extensive levellish summit area with woods on W and S sides, college playing field on NE side, all easily accessible. Deciding on the high point is more challenging. Playing field fence and derelict wall feel to follow the high ground and the SW corner of the playing field seems a good contender (SK 43376 91012)RichardM22/11/2018
1 of 5 on 28.7 mile bike ride including canklow bank, backmoor, parkwood springs, wincobank and keppels columnThe-Z-Man04/09/2018
Walk south from the castlevegibagger15/01/2018
Walked from Rotherham bus station. Top is very flat; I covered all the most likely summit contenders.IanHHill30/12/2017
Parked on lane to S of A631 near roundabout then followed Rotherham Round Walk to what appeared to be the summit. Walked with Libby and Toby.Wheelsy11/11/2017
With my dad and big sister.TLBW11/11/2017
Parked at Boston Castle and walked into woods.Ramblingpaul24/10/2017
Parking quite difficult mid week owing to restriction for residents. The option I chose was to use the hospital car park, however, if you wish to chance it you can drive down Lawton Lane to a large (hidden) staff car park. There is a squeezer gate at the end of the lane giving access to the woods. From here, 5 minutes to the top, wherever it is!moorsman19/09/2017
Used car park to NNW, pleasant woods, not too overgrown at this time of yearRobertP22/01/2017
Made the most of a couple of spare hours to go through the woods, couldn't really tell where the high point was, but wandered in the general area. Overgrown, little to no views.muzza229/12/2016
Parked in Woodfoot Road near junction with Mortain road, making sure to avoid parking permit area which applies on weekdays. Followed path into woods and then followed upwards. Visited a number of possible HP's all about same height in close vicinity of each other. My Rotherham UA completion.PeterD26/10/2016
Done on the way home, parking on Boston Castle Drive. Park gates fortunately still open long after the closing time on the sign, but I didn't want to risk getting the car locked in! High point impossible to make out under trees in the dark, but it seems others have had similar trouble in daytimethe_adam29/09/2016
As for Aye Jimmy.arranc30/08/2016
My final hill of three today on an 18 mi + walk from Conisbrough to Rotherham station on the hottest day so far this year with Lexi Rue, my partner's Labradoodle. We climbed to Foredoles head and Beacon hall before making a long traverse using the Rotherham round walk ( via Whiston for a coffee stop-off) eventually climbing into Canklow wood; a pleasant place for a Rotherham tump completion. I veered off the path to visit likely high spots but as other tumpers have stated, nowhere seems distinctive. My gps reading was 128m. We headed down a sloping traverse to Rotherham briefly following the Trans-pennine trail, veering off to head over the River Don, over the railway, past New York stadium, heading back onto the TP trail to finish at Rotherham station.Dazingdale21/04/2016
Parked in Cranklow next to KFC and walked up using several fps. Indeterminate hp in pleasant woods. Might have been easier from east or north.Campbell Singer25/03/2016
walked into the woods from Boston castle, followed all the tracks not sure which ground was the highest...good views from Boston castle.steven ruffles04/02/2016
One of the vaguest Tump high points I've visited. Anyway, stood at GR given, so ticking it.ngthack07/10/2015
Quiet woods behind the busy Rotherham Hospital and College. A SSSI and and also a Heritage Woodland which means that the area has been woodland for at least four hundred years. There was a Bronze Age settlement and also an Iron Age fort and farmstead. On the hillsides here a sandstone rock called Mexborough Red Rock was quarried -used for the the restoration of the impressive Rotherham Minster. One of the rock faces is now recognised as a RIGS or regionally important geological site.Chris Pearson27/07/2015
A round walk from Meadowhall interchange - Canklow, New Hill, Hoober and Keppel (revisit). Ascended all the likely lumps around the GR of the summit.Moorponder24/07/2015
You say that is the top, I say that is the top. Let's call the whole thing off. With the infamous Dugswell.Martin R22/11/2014
Used the lane passed Oakwood School towards the football pitches and onto footpaths in the wood. Had a good walk around the lovely wood with Martin Richardson.Dugswell222/11/2014
From NE drove up Lawton Lane, lots of 'Oakwood' signs about. Staff carpark being used by all, it was Sunday and football match going on nearby. Track led into woodland. Wandered end to end, paths everywhere, several possible 'high points'. Virtually impossible to tell highest, GPS not accurate enough for altitude.Aye Jimmy26/10/2014
Along path by hospital, many wooded paths, highest point difficult to identifyBramley27/06/2014
deciduous wdld near path, 119g/124s. Easy access from SE: last culdesac on R, path onto ridge RHW11/02/2012
remnants of collapsed cairn in woodland.Adrian30/10/2011
Alan Caine24/02/2018
ad-lib24/12/2017
carole engel26/10/2017
Roxytammy17/07/2017
duggs01/05/2017
andrew brown09/08/2016
Mark Sims10/03/2016
stevent080910/08/2015
ianwatson27/03/2015
Richard Gunn14/03/2015
GordonAdshead27/08/2014
holtsd04/05/2014