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Name:The Cloud
Hill number:2825
Height:343m / 1125ft
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Cheshire East (CoU), Staffordshire (CoU)
Catchment:Mersey
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (300-399m), Clem
(Ma,Hu,Tu,3,Cm)
Grid ref:SJ 90425 63707
Summit feature:rock
Drop:177m
Col:166m  SJ937615  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 118
(1:25k) 268S
Observations:rocks probably higher than trig point 60m SE at SJ 90469 63661
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 457 users)ByDate of Ascent
from Timbersbrook. Lovely day, very popular hill. Good views all round. 1 hour up & downIanHHill10/11/2019
With Jo, from Timbersbrook car park on a lovely sunny, warm morning. Good views all round.amblerbob20/10/2019
Awesome views at summit and pleasant enough walk.ironwolf25/07/2019
The Cloud, Gun, Hillswood Hillkeithouk21/07/2019
2.6m Loop from Timbersbrook CP. Lovely Sunny Day and decent views. Visit to Buddulph Gardens AfterwardsJephcote8311/05/2019
from Timbersbrook Car park, Great views across Cheshire plain. A bit windy thoughM6KIO23/04/2019
From Tunstall Road around SJ 89614 62913Danmawr22/04/2019
After The Three Shires.MichaelF07/04/2019
Good walk to the top from Timbersbrook Car park, great views across Cheshire plain.Kniverbee24/03/2019
Plenty of parking on Tunstall Road, well it was pouring with rain. Up Gosberryhole Lane along the Gritstone Trail to the top.Newton Maximus07/03/2019
Circular walk from Timbersbrook car parkprwild23/02/2019
Lovely circular walk from free NT car park in Timbersbrook. SoloDangerous Dave05/11/2018
Parking for a few cars to SE, followed FP to top and Trig. Good views.PeterD05/10/2018
with GeraldRob Pen y Garn03/10/2018
G RIdris03/10/2018
From Timbersbrook. Very clear sunny day. Great views west to welsh mountains and north to Manchester.Slash328/09/2018
With the family plus Jenson. Start from Timbersbrook CP. 183m ascentRoguePulsar17/02/2018
Parked at timbersbrook. 45 minute round trip in cloud from half way upLongwojo11/01/2018
Congleton - The Cloud - Long Edge - The Bent - Gun - Hillswood Hill - Leek. Snow most of the day, 2-3 inches lying everywhere and hills in thick cloud.Mark Jackson09/12/2017
With TJB from main car park in Timbersbrook.trimarc209/11/2017
3/4M Park 907 636 track steps then path to the top quick bag, sun out now great views.robertphillips04/11/2017
First hill of the day for the 2017 Bagger Rambles meet. Roadside parking a bit N of Timbersbrook. Good path all the way. On The Cloud and in the cloud at same time - quirky.jonglew04/11/2017
Ascended from Timbersbrook. Good but hazy views.Wayne Mac31/10/2017
With Rosemary and Penda, directly up and back by way of the Bridestones. Clear at first, rain on way back.beorwulf20/09/2017
With the Network of Ley Hunters, from road to the North then on to the Bridestones.beorwulf10/09/2017
Along Gritstone trail from Timbersbrook. Lovely path and excellent views.twg2730/07/2017
A quick trot up the footpath from the S.E. Had a chat near the trig with a guy with a dog. Natives friendly.Play2End13/06/2017
Houses at 908634. 3 spaces off road here, not apparently attached to the houses as the locals also use them. Track to summit up past the side of the houses. Overcast, mild, windy and good views.iangalbraith11/06/2017
From the public carpark in Timbersbrook. A footpath leads through the picnic site onto the road. Short section on the road and then followed the Gritstone Trail. Really pretty path and fantastic views. With baby Ross.islamidget05/04/2017
Short walk from The Cloud road up the 68 steps, great views to Jodrell Bank dish and the rolling Pennines. Sunny day.N.Morters07/02/2017
Walked up from Timbersbrook car park. Very foggy, so no view today. Also bagged trig and cache.Chingwakabungya08/01/2017
Walked up in thick mist with Suzie and Lucky, then did a circular walk that included the Bridestones. Been up the Cloud years ago to check out the rock climbing.John Eley07/01/2017
no view fogcjo07/01/2017
Midnight ascent for New Years celebrations. Panoramic views of the North West & fireworks. With Osian. Parked in lay-by approx SJ907633Rotorslap01/01/2017
Glorious day to re-visit The Cloud with Lisa Mountain. 13.40vegibagger29/12/2016
Very pleasant walk up from Timbersbrook car park. Easy route to follow. Even though it was after 3pm there we quite a few families about. The weather was cloudy but the local hills were all visible. The summit was I believe the rocky outcrop a short distance from the trig point and direction indicator. I heard plenty of birds but only saw a few Meadow Pipits. Time was 50 minutes for about 2.25 miles.isabelle13/11/2016
lovely Autumnal day walk with Sal and Sarah from Rudyard Reservoir.Denise 13/10/2016
On Gritstone Trailnickywood110/09/2016
Runner to the topdentalchimp09/07/2016
Delightful view point.dal28/06/2016
With son, little cloudy but good views across Cheshire plain.steve_a01/06/2016
From railway station, along the canal then along footpaths; easy navigation on a beautiful spring day. Views north twds Cat and Fiddle good, but hazy westwards over the Cheshire plain. Returned via Timbersbrook. A very pleasant walk from a hill oft seen from the train, well worth the efort.JOHNS28/05/2016
Walked 3 timesStephen12/05/2016
Popular.mike.hartley03/04/2016
Day of five summits. With K. Unexpected landscapes and views.Ashley20/03/2016
Parked at side of rd to east SJ 908634. Short walk to trig and rocks. Great views.mart079720/03/2016
Easy walk with my dog from from Timbersbrook village to one of my local humps. Sunny day with lots of visitors on the hill. Rather muddy paths. Great views from the escarpment higher up once you get past the woods, with Shropshire Hills and Clwydian range visible. Jodrell Bank prominent. Time 1.5 hours.jamessteel10014/02/2016
Nice cold sunny day when we left home but misty when we go to the top. Popular place for families and dog walkers. Great views all around.W111KYB27/12/2015
Figure 8 walk from Timbersbrook car park. With Frankie.BobHancock16/11/2015
Pleasant walk from Timbersbrook picnic area. Great views from the summit.Tony J09/11/2015
Left Sonja at Biddulph garden, parked by a gate on lane immediately north of hill. Followed distinct well-trodden path up through bracken to trig point. Bit hazy but great views.Skip20/10/2015
Completed this hill towards the end of the day. Although overcast the views from the summit across the Cheshire Plain were great. Walked up from Timbersbrook.Neil Haslewood17/10/2015
Last of three SOTA activations on 145-fm.G4OOE12/10/2015
2/8 Second of long day again old Man of Moy/The Cloud/Croker Hill/Gun/Burbage Hill/Combs Head/Black Edge/Bole HillFergalh20/09/2015
eyenose05/09/2015
J and OMartin6601/09/2015
Rushton Spencer - Rushton Bank - Church - Woodhouse Green - Bridestones Burial chamber - Gooseberry Hole Lane - The Cloud - Staffordshire way to the A523 - Gritstone trail / Dane Vally way - Thompson - Rushton Spencerbriandavies09/08/2015
Area big enough for 3/4 cars at circa SJ 907636. Farm track leads up beside house before footpath/right of way to top. This is probably the shortest route for those looking for a quick bag.bowlesy16/05/2015
Followed Staffordshire Way from Rushton Spencer and returned via Woodhouse Green.SteveSmith11/04/2015
With SteveGinaSmith11/04/2015
Out-and-back from the car park in Rushton Spencer. Route and write-up at: http://gayleybird.blogspot.co.uk/2014/11/the-cloud-and-rudyard-reservoir.htmlGayle24/11/2014
First Marilyn climbed! Woo hoo!choz2508/08/2014
Path from the SEAndrewFinnimore20/07/2014
A very pleasant walk through the woods. Fine views.Gill01/07/2014
Done solo in excellent weather. Good wildlife area.Aimless Rambler19/06/2014
A lovely walk from Timbersbrook along the Macclesfield canal then the serious business of the climb up to the cloud.steven ruffles25/05/2014
Parked at picnic area and car park in Timbersbrook Followed Gritstone Trail and then track up ridge through woods to trig point and nearby summit Descended the Gritstone Trail. (Solo)gerrybowes24/02/2014
Visited on a walk from Macc to Congleton and I got my first proper soaking of the year.Alex C31/01/2014
With Maggie. Set off from T. Up steps and along wooded ridge to top. A good route but at present a bit muddy. Views superb. Cold wind at top.iredale04/01/2014
Walked from car park at Timbersbrook.Back via Goooseberry Hole Lane and The Bridestones ancient burial site.Lazylizzie02/01/2014
More recent adventure, with Jenx. Up the 68 steps! Feel I was up here in mid seventies but didn't have exact date so replaced with this one.nordicstar17/11/2013
Up from Timbersbrook car park on glorious sunny warm autumn day. Superb vantage point. With Bridget and Oscar.catman29/09/2013
With Catman and Oscar.rosiebridge29/09/2013
With Catman and Bridget.oscarrosie29/09/2013
Climbed up from Dial Lane via the Cycle path. Amazing views of Lancashire and Cheshire to be had from the summit.b2dan03/08/2013
Spectacular views over Cheshire after a very steep ascent.Mako V12V03/08/2013
Very quick up and back from small parking area to E.squeegs29/06/2013
Included in walk from Congleton to Sutton Lane Ends nr. Langley. Pleasantly warm day with good views from summit.dubmill04/05/2013
From car park in Timbersbrook following Gritstone trail, 40 mins each way. Dull,overcast & cold. Would be a fantastic view on a clearer day.ianandbarbara24/02/2013
Rhododendrons are taking over!mindlessflogger02/02/2013
Simple 10 minute ascent from small parking place near a house just below summit.sotabagger25/01/2013
A lovely little hill with extensive, interesting views from the summit. If it was closer to home I would be climbing this one frequently.JohnStoneham06/01/2013
Mist cleared on short walk to the top.bolton18/12/2012
With Minnie. From the car park in Timbersbrook, along Gritstone Trail then track at S edge of Cloud Plantation to Cloud Side, up to trig-great views, back down via Gritstone Trail, warm in the sun, frosty in the shade.apricorum05/11/2012
A very easy ascent (10 minutes) from the small parking area on the minor road due east of the summitmoorsman19/09/2012
quick ascent from the E and v.quick descent. Parked at small parking space where footpath meets road.gav77706/08/2012
Climbed on the second day walking the Gritstone trail, starting at the village of Bottom of the Oven I made my way through a moody Macclesfield forest and then navigated through fields to get to Teggs nose country park where I rejoined the trail. The Cloud is on the Gritstone trail and there was a diversion in place from where the map indicated the line of ascent began. It was raining but I could still see the railway viaduct and the slopes were covered in bilberry with the outcrops gleaming. This day I covered around 29 miles, probably the longest walk I have ever done. When I eventually got to Congleton and found the accommodation i was so tired I didnt even eat. The next day the sun came out!Dazingdale03/06/2012
Ascent from Timbersbrook - great views but a bit hazy.The Playful Pig20/05/2012
Walked the first part of the Staffordshire Way. Started on the Macclesfield Canal and walked to the Cloud and followed the Staffordshire Way back to where it starts at Mow Cop.astokes15/04/2012
Walked up from the east up a steep path and took an easier decent down to the Stffordshire Way.simon and co16/03/2012
On an easy stroll from Rushton Spencer.Phreerunner14/03/2012
Great little walk along the moorland of Black Edge from Buxton, Drove to and bagged The Cloud and Mow Cop on way back home.DanTrig23/07/2011
Timbersbrook - Macclesfield Canal - Flight of locks at Bosley - The Cloud - Timbersbrook.homebuilt19/06/2011
2.3 up and downmikependergast09/05/2011
From Timersbrook. West to canal on outskirts of Congleton, round to aqueduct then up to the top of the Cloud. Down through NT woods back to Timersbrook.PaulH03/04/2011
climbed with Alli, followed route in AA walking book starting at Timbersbrook.Lovely warm clear day.rickybalboa01/03/2011
Great walk up from Tunstall Road.oneplusdog21/01/2011
Train to Congleton (68 minutes late, thanks Virgin) then walk to summit via canal towpath and lanes via Timbersbrook village. A straightforward ascent and an absolutely delightful summit.johnabutler215/11/2010
From Rudyard Reservoir.Wheelsy06/11/2010
Wonderful walk with outstanding views from the trig point. Seems to be a popular climbhmt100020/06/2010
A rather hot and sticky day - doing the southern bit of the Gritstone trail.SS22/05/2010
Cloud Nine Fell Raceemma702707/03/2010
Great viewsTigger424207/03/2010
Winter wonderland with dogSmeggers09/01/2010
On way down to motorhome show and stopped off here on the way for a walk with a cache, hill and trig.Walker Dan13/10/2009
Alan and DagmaraGlenford15/09/2009
Visiting today with the whole family including grandad.simocity15/08/2009
Walked up with Grandad Tom,Dad,Jake,Mum and my soon to be brother/sister.Great views from the trig.Jessica Simpson15/08/2009
Parked at SJ 89678 62999 Do Not try and drive up Gosberry Lane, No Parking and hard going even in a 4x4 ! Great views off the top. http://www.heavyhorses.co.uk/humpsheavyhorses13/08/2009
Climbed from Timbersbrook picnic area, a little misty on the way up but still great views from the summit. Carried on to the 'Bridestones' prehistoric burial chamber then back via Overton Hall in a seven mile circular walk.WELSHHATTER200011/07/2009
With Tony and DevonStuart Hyde11/07/2009
Visited with my walking group - The Irregulars, LDWA - whilst walking the Head in the Clouds route.wrose07/06/2009
From Congleton via Timbersbrook then on to Biddulph Moor, Trent Head, Mow Cop and Congleton Edge. Nice airy top and fun crags to explore.Jake99425/04/2009
Parked on road running NE out of Timbersbrook. Really nice walk up through woods then over heathland to the pleasant summit with stunning views. Recommended (hurrah for marilyns!)wheresthepath20/04/2009
Easy stroll up from east with son and dog. Great views today.Flipperfeet14/04/2009
Short climb from Timbersbrook up through woodland on wide track. Returned along edge in SW direction. Extensive views.Grasmoor12/04/2009
Parked on the road at the west of the area. nice stroll through woodland.The Team30/12/2008
Easy ascent from parking area (4 cars) to EastRhayader_wander16/09/2008
TBCsteveh74uk01/08/2008
We did this on the Friday before the 1000 engine rallyG6MZX20/06/2008
Nice hill to climb. pleasant wooded area at the bottom then beatuiful views at the topmr_pearson26/04/2008
Walked from Congleton through Timbersbrook and then to the summit via the plantation. Gorgeous day and some great views into Wales!DanHolme07/02/2008
Came up to bag a geocache/waymark.nolan19/01/2008
Revisit. #27 of 29 Marilyns in 22h52, self drivenRHW20/10/2007
Easy ascent from road up east side of hill. Head up path and then steps to path to summit with Trig Point. Beautiful views. Look out for the graffitti on the rocks!Nick30/09/2007
trigpointingasbown09/07/2007
Solo. Repeated with Lynsey on the Gritstone Trail on 13/01/08alistairpooler30/04/2007
Climbed solo from nearby road.dhbond20/04/2007
Lovely stroll.destaylor15/04/2007
Pleasant walk up from Congleton station, wooded area before summit. Viewpoint indicator at top.Buteobuteo04/11/2006
a lovely evening stroll following a drive out from manc. paths up through the bilberries and shrubs, rocky outcrops.stig_nest15/09/2006
Walked up from the NT carpark, fairly short up and down the same way. Pleasent afternoon stroll.rhalstead17/06/2006
parked at approx: SJ895628 in main car park. Nice little walk up to top. on top spoilt by youths drinking beer in the sun shouting and fooling around.Jhimmy07/06/2006
for SOTAIan G7KXV24/05/2006
Good views from top. Easy walk from car ParkSJ24/04/2006
From Timbersbrook. Nice spot.Aye Jimmy23/04/2006
Operated ham radio from summit making 39 contacts.G4OBK (Phil)31/01/2006
With Phil (G4OBK)judy55cat31/01/2006
First top of the year - mist and drizzle but an easy stroll. Must come back in summer one year.signyred03/01/2006
Trig revisit. Attractive popular summit, lovely viewRHW10/04/2005
3rd of day. Parked to N and straight up. Came down to E and round on road. Much easier from E with CP not far from summit. Good views but cold.robphys13/11/2004
With: hb sb ab; This was a lovely short walk up from the SE. Parked on minor road around SJ908633. Lovely summit with trig and rocks to sit on and admire the view.Ian Baines06/06/2004
With: ib sb ab; Helen Baines06/06/2004
SOTA Rref G/SP-015M1FHM09/09/2003
with Jamievegibagger08/09/2003
http://tomread.co.ukm1eyp16/10/2002
Noises of tractors below but hills of Wales visible.Eddie21/08/2001
With Ami and Stephen Boff.Dugswell230/09/2000
Parked at Timbersbrook and started the climb from the picnic site. Ascended via the SW - NE path to the summit.garyhoney15/07/2000
Approached the summit from Rushton along the 'Shropshire Way'. yorkie24/04/2000
exact date unknown but I've been heregigglejon01/01/2000
UnknownSidath1601/01/2000
Ascended during and after an orienteering event.JohnW05/12/1999
KeithByTheC05/09/1999
From Timbersbrook followed path to top. Fantastic viewpoint northwardsChinnockC29/08/1999
Galltywenallt08/08/1999
Earliest date unknownjimmy6609/01/1999
Date is first visit. Notes from later...lovely little hill & view, popular. orienteering event: access from FP to SW, TP visited 4x in 95 mins! RHW21/11/1998
Solo bagging trip.meugher12/06/1998
Local hill. Must have been to the top over 100 times (dog walking, with family, running etc).David Evans01/01/1994
Walked up on new years day with the family back when I lived in fairly close.Neolith01/01/1994
Cloud 9 Hill Race. 11th in 57:52.stever23/02/1992
On Staffordshire Way.arranc22/09/1991
petey01/01/1990
From Rushton Spencer, on Mow Cop Trailrfoster28/12/1988
Cold windy walk up The Cloud from Chris & Kathys' at Congleton after climbing some green slimy cold V Diffs at Mow Cop & Knypersley Rocks (where?) the previous day with Phil Rheinberg.Chris Pearson18/12/1988
First ascent this evening after being met off train by Steve, with whom I stayed for weekend in Congleton. The hill was just possible in sandals and the light was very beautiful.pwheeler13/08/1982
Date very approx. With Ramblers. dbb01/04/1970
live near here so my dad used to take me up as a childgreendave01/01/1955
Whilst orienteering. 200?summitsupblank
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