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Name:Margery Hill
Hill number:19131
Height:546m / 1791ft
Parent (Ma):2807  Kinder Scout
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Sheffield (CoU)
Catchment:Don (Thorne), Trent
Class:Other lists
(O)
Grid ref:SK 18911 95702
Summit feature:trig point
Drop:19m
Col:527m  SK190952  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 110
(1:25k) OL1E
Observations:boulder to the south maybe as high
Comments:included in the Clems
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Woodhead pass to Margery,high stones, bull stones,crow stones , horse stone, shepherds stones, lady cross. 15+miles. with gregAvidSockWearer23/09/2018
With High Stones, via Cut Gate. Rather wet underfoot.RedAndy5422/04/2018
From parking on A616. BW to Margery Hill, High Stones, Upper Hey, Outer Edge, Hoar Stones, Horse Stone Naze and back via Outer Edge.PeterD04/09/2017
A pleasant spot. A57 - Back Tor- High Stones - Margery Hill - Outer Edge.John Eley13/08/2017
3rd of a 6 top 15 mile round from FairhomesMark Sims07/05/2017
From Windle Edge Road. Then onto the Tump Howden Edge to make 5 for the day.Alan Caine04/05/2017
As part of a long 23 mile walk around the Derwent Valley skylinehillexplorer28/04/2017
Cold and clear November day with the two Spoons. Great views.RichieRambler26/11/2016
3rd hill of 7 today on a hot day with heather evidrnt in All Its purple glory. Climbed Upper Hey and Howden edge before following the edge to this top. I Walked around the Trig area and Climbed the Rocky tor about 30m away too.Dazingdale23/08/2016
Back after three years. The highest point of today's walk. Nice long circular walk with Rob. Langsett Reservoir-Howden Edge-Horse Stone-Rocking Stones-Outer Edge-Margery Hill-Langsett reservoir. A few showers.dromeas09/08/2016
Start at Langsett and head in a circle taking in Outside Edge summit and along to Margery Hill trig point. Return to Langsett via Cut Gate path.Peter_wth04/06/2016
From Fairholmes car park up by Nether Hey to summit cairn. Along to trig on Margery Hill then down row to Cranberry Clough then down track back to car park. Absolutely glorious and very dry underfoot.SS08/05/2016
Came up from Fairholmes car park (£4.70 for the day) over Upper Hey (446m). With Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave07/05/2016
Solo as part of high ground loop.Aimless Rambler30/04/2016
Continuation of walk from Howden Edge. Took path north along edge of the escarpment, diverting onto a boggy path to the summit. Walk continued to Upper Hey. Solo.marktrengove20/04/2016
Parked below the Derwent Dam - Hollin Clough - Lost Lad - Back Torr (& Trig) - Cartledge Stones Ridge - Howden Featherbed Moss - Howden Edge High Stones - Margery Hill (& Trig) - Cut Gate End - Cranberry Clough - Cold Side - Howden & Derwent Reservoirs both with their white water cascades flowing (glorious in the failing light)and in the company of birds.briandavies13/03/2016
Circular walk from Fairholmes, walking along the reservoirs then up onto High Stones, along to Margery Hill and even further along to Outer Edge (done both before) then continuing onto Horse Stones Naze, then followed the river Derwent and the reservoirs back to Fairholmes. 16.4 mile walk, we were thankful it was frozen if not this would be a hideous walk.DanTrig26/02/2016
Part of a circular starting at the top of Ladybower and taking in Back Tor, Howden Edge and Margrey Hill.BobHancock20/09/2015
Beautiful late summer day. Walked up from the carpark at Upper Derwent Reservoir, passing Upper Howden Reservoir and crossing to Margery Hill, walked along Howden edge to the highest point at High stones. Circular walk, returning across the flanks of Nether Hey. 12 miles.Lazylizzie11/09/2015
With Jo, from Langsett: paths to Cut Gate Head, then onto Margery Hill (and Margery Stones), then across to Outer Edge before visiting the fascinating Rocking Stones and returning via Cut Gate Head. Weather; sunny, light breeze, warm, good visibility.amblerbob06/09/2015
With Jo, from Fairholmes cp: Howden Clough onto Upper Hey, then onto Margery Hill and Howden Edge (High Stones), returning along track below Nether Hey. Weather; sunny, warm, good visibility.amblerbob08/08/2015
On way to Crow StonesMypoorblisters07/06/2015
Did as part of eastern trek of reservoir....forgot to write up beforeFergalh02/06/2015
Parked by end of the Windle Edge road, then walk to Lady Cross -> Round Hill -> Hoar Stones -> Horse Stone Naze -> Outer Edge -> Margery Hill -> High Stones, then attempted to find Upper Hey (proved quite hard from above!) before going back the way I came. Back to the car then a quick trip up to Dead Edge End too before coming home (thanks moorsman for the suggested route :) )the_adam28/05/2015
As part of Derwent watershed walk.Wheelsy30/03/2015
With GB from the car Park at 167939. Up to Howden Edge and then south to High Stones. Windy!bolton02/01/2015
Roadside parking at King’s Tree (167939) – N. along track & then ENE up bridleway to Cut Gate End – Summit – Continued to Howden Edge before returning via Cranberry Clough. In RHB (1992) Alan Dawson lists Margery Hill as the county top of South Yorkshire; hence the reason we did it - Glad we did! (PM)gerrybowes02/01/2015
Parking by the reservoir ( you can park a few hundred meters along the road and save the £4.70) along the Western side of the reservoirs then up to Howden Moor, over Nether Hey, Row Top, High Stones, Wilfrey Edge, Margery Hill, Howden Edge, Broadhead Clough Head, Outer Edge, then back via Cut Gate End, to the northern edge of Howden reservoir, 22km and 1050m of accents. Great walk. Both pillars in good condition, Outer Edge looking very exposed at the base. Amazing views in all directions. Boggy old walk over to Outer Edge even in the summer.griefmiester05/09/2014
From the end of Howden up and round the east side of the lake.MarkGD09/08/2014
Up from King's Tree parking area via Howden Clough and Howden Edge(High Stones).Long-distance views all round on partially sunny warm afternoon.With Oscar.catman16/05/2014
With Catman.oscarrosie16/05/2014
With Alan. Very good weather conditions.dromeas20/04/2013
With Josh on a nine mile circuit including Margery Hillsimon and co01/08/2012
Visited this obvious summit on a walk around all the local tops..... listed or not! Glad now that I included this one!moorsman21/03/2012
KJF On the way down from the Edge to Slippery Stones via Cut Gatecrazy30/07/2011
From Langsett, and the heather was in full glory. Summit area had trig, boulders and a lot of bog. Even more so on continuation to Outer Edge. Previous visit 03/09/06 from King's Tree on wet miserable day.Aye Jimmy24/08/2008
As part of Dark Peak Summits list, after a night in the bothy on Bleaklow.DanHolme02/03/2007
One of many visits, today here for the trig. A few Derwent Watershed runs and the Dark Peak 16 Trigs route were others.RHW11/03/2006
Derwent Edge, Back Tor, High Stones and Margery Hill from Derwent dam car park 18 miles.DanTrig18/02/2006
At same time as Howden Edgewheresthepath17/04/2005
King's Tree - Cut Gate- MARGERY HILL - Howden Edge - Nether Hey - Upper Heycitygent13/04/2005
Parked at Ashopton, walk up onto Derwent Edge, Wheel Stones, Back Tor, down Howden Clough back onto High Stones and Margery Hill, back down to Derwent Reservoir and back to Ashopton. 17 MilesDanTrig04/12/2004
With Jo, circular walk from Ladybower Reservoir: Upper Hey - Margery Hill - Back Tor – Dovestone Tor. Weather sunny , warm with good visibility.amblerbob23/03/2003
Up from King's Tree and also from Bradfield Dale. Threaded the eye of Wilfrey's Needle many times.Jake99420/02/2003
Dark Peak Fell Race 12 miles. rough. Lesley & Mike Fairmanner also. then met alan for ascent of Lose Hill - his first hill since his Alpine accident.Chris Pearson01/02/2003
From Fairholmes.Richard Gunn20/08/1999
Dry, overcast, mild, low fog on hill. Steady walk interesting light. from Flouch Hoteljoseph mitchell30/01/1999
Outer Edge and Margery Hill from Fairhomes With Les and Enidmountainmunki12/06/1994
Several ascents. This was from Fairholmes, but also from Langsett.JohnW12/08/1990
The Eastern Edges Of The Peak, Classic Walk 41mountainmunki07/04/1990