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Name:Axe Edge Moor
Hill number:3629
Height:551m / 1808ft
Parent (Ma):2812  Shining Tor
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
Nuttall/Wainwright area:The Peak District
County/UA:Derbyshire (CoU)
Catchment:Trent
Class:Dodd (500-599m), Dewey
(Tu,5,Dew)
Grid ref:SK 03503 70618
Summit feature:trig point
Drop:84m
Col:467m  SK018709  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 119
(1:25k) OL24W
Observations:trig point is built on mound of rocks that is constructed
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 228 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
DocHoliday27/05/2020
andy6313/05/2020
Parked in small pull in (space for two cars at a push) on the minor road due south of the hill and then followed well used path to the summit. Around a mile in 25 minutes.WAYNE ROWLETT22/02/2020
With HelenChris Ellis08/12/2019
Nick Caunt15/10/2019
First hill of the day, from Dane Head.DanMaisieBex31/08/2019
TD & CThis Dog26/08/2019
With Minnie from Dale Head roadside parking, plod accross grassy heath to Axe Edge Moor trig, then easy to follow path to Axe Edge-vague top but good views, back to go down minor road a bit then easy track to Cheeks Hill wall/sheep pen, mostly cloudy but warm, some Sun, wet in places but not squelchy bogginess.apricorum21/08/2019
PM11/08/2019
BrianMatthews14/05/2019
AdyGray06/04/2019
raymondwilkes28/03/2019
Axe Edge Moor from GR: SK 02987 70206ronaldo33317/03/2019
Ben Rinnes27/02/2019
With Jenx and Bryher from minor road to SW. Easy trail through heather to trig, bonus top on way home from Peaks Hump bagging tripnordicstar15/02/2019
Bleak moorland but quite beautiful in the sunshine.jenx15/02/2019
Clachaig26/01/2019
Dropped off at the foot of the hill. Walked up in strong wind. Back to Buxton for refreshment.Jack Richards29/12/2018
Parked in Flash and climbed Oliver Hill, Axe Edge,Axe Edge Moor and Cheeks Hill. With JT.Sprog10/11/2018
beckybags22/10/2018
A Peckish22/10/2018
From parking to south Good path all the way to Trig. Also went up Axe Edge and Cheeks Hill.PeterD05/10/2018
Whetstone Ridge, Birchenough Hill, Oliver Hill, Axe Edge, Cheeks Hill, Axe Edge Moor, Burbage Edgekeithouk30/09/2018
From Flash. Oliver Hill, Axe Edge, Axe Edge Moor. Set off in clear, fine weather, but the rain closed in we got completely soaked.Lazylizzie11/08/2018
Here for the trigpoint. TP:UK log: Very dry bog today, easy walk from lay-by (N53° 13.738' W1° 57.394').thejackrustles08/07/2018
Gill08/07/2018
holtsd02/07/2018
With CPgarth8724/06/2018
Parked on minor road also bagging Axe Edge and Cheeks HillRamblingpaul17/06/2018
mags8716/04/2018
Three Shires Head with Karl, Dale and GazNottsOutdoorLad08/04/2018
karlhaywood01/04/2018
Silver NNAS Assessing with GarethJK17/02/2018
From parking on minor road to S at SK026704 walked to Cheeks Hill, Axe Edge and Axe Edge Moorclimbingkershaw05/11/2017
From minor Rd to SW, which entailed a crossing of the bog. There is a path up the S ridge, so better to park further east.Minto04/11/2017
chalky195301/11/2017
From S - there's a path.jimbloomer06/10/2017
steve1856618/08/2017
Parked on the A53 at the entrance to the old loop which is now a tarmac dump. A 40 minute return stroll to this summit with Marli.bolton04/08/2017
Adrian09/07/2017
A sunny walk, swimming in three shires head afterJoel45118/06/2017
thenomad13/02/2017
kitp31/12/2016
Parked at Cat & Fiddle, Whetstone Ridge, Cheeks Hill, Axe Edge with Mart & Daisy in strong winds.John Eley26/12/2016
Whetstone Ridge, Cheeks Hill, Axe Edge Moor, Axe Edge, Five Stones. With John & Daisy. Parked opposite Cat & Fiddle. Strong winds 30 km/h & gusts 50 km/hRotorslap26/12/2016
Parked: SK 03279 69875 in single space and slightly banked. Followed good path northwards towards summit. Very windy, but clear skies for good views.David Evans25/12/2016
Parked at bend on minor road where there is a gate and a fine moorland path to the trig. 20 mins up and down. no views due to early morning mist.Campbell Singer14/12/2016
Solo. Parked at Dane Head. Dense Fog.Dangerous Dave01/12/2016
abbo000104/11/2016
Another hill bagging expedition. Derbyshire Bridge car park-Axe Edge Moor-Axe Edge-Oliver Hill-Three Shires Head-Cat&Fiddle-Derbyshire Bridge car park. 19km walk with Alan and Vlad. Not the best weather conditions; quite a bit of rain.dromeas21/08/2016