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Name:Lord's Seat [Rushup Edge]
Hill number:3632
Height:550m / 1804ft
Parent (Ma):2807  Kinder Scout
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
Nuttall/Wainwright area:The Peak District
County/UA:Derbyshire (CoU)
Class:Dodd (500-599m), Dewey
Grid ref:SK 11191 83475
Summit feature:no feature: 55m W of tumulus
Col:488m  SK097833  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 110
(1:25k) OL1E OL1W
Observations:tumulus is at SK 11245 83465
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 430 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
3 of 6 on 11.8 mile walk including Bradwell moor, slitherstones, lords seat, mam tor, Barker bank and loss hillThe-Z-Man02/03/2019
Edale Skyline reccescreeleep24/02/2019
Clear when we set off then fog descended. Much quieter than Mam Tor.Kermit28/12/2018
Leading a group on the Edale Skyline challenge for Lost Earth Adventures.Wheelsy08/09/2018
With Jo, from Rushup Edge NT cp: Lord’s Seat (Rushup Edge) and Brown Knoll. Weather; cloudy, warm, good visibility.amblerbob21/08/2018
After Brown Gnoll, which felt more like a traditional peak's peak, Lord's Seat is a bit weird. For starters the path feels more like a road and in fact just down the far side you can see car's driving by! Not exactly getting away from it allAltheus15/08/2018
First Dewey of three on a 14.5 mile walk from a lay by on the A625 where the Pennine bridleway cross's taking six hours. Route Rush up edge, Mam Tor, Edale then Pennine way to Kinder low to take in county high point on Kinder scout finishing south over Brown Knoll and back to the car.WAYNE ROWLETT29/04/2018
From the Mam Tor car park, along Rushup Edge. The start of a long day in the hills.DanMaisieBex21/04/2018
From Hope to Chinley via the Great Ridge, Rushup Edge and South Head. Since I was last here, HP has been fenced off, but poorly.RedAndy5408/04/2018
From the National Trust car park. Did the full ridge walk then nipped up Lord's Seat(Rushup Edge) afterwards. Surprisingly pleasant day considering heavy rain was forecast. Stunning views :)Alunrees3307/04/2018
A Peat of a Classic.ianwkitson30/03/2018
With Mam on MamTorNottsOutdoorLad01/03/2018
Cheeky final bag of the day, in the dark, before landing at YHA Edale for couple of nights. Squeezed the car off the road at SK 1250 8339. Very wet slushy and muddy track.jonglew23/01/2018
Peak walksimonshrewsbury21/12/2017
easy top following path from brown knoll solo great views all roundcolinfielding08/11/2017
Parked at National Trust Car Park SK 12392 83240. Followed ridge to summit. Fantastic views North and South. Counted 17 hang gliders in the sky.David Evans29/10/2017
Part of the full Edale Skyline walkhillexplorer25/10/2017
Part of an autumn 2 day trip to the peak district , staying at Edale youth hostelJoel45124/10/2017
From Edale with Manchester Weekend Walkers: Rushup Edge and Lord's Seat, Brown Knowl, Grindslow KnowlLazylizzie30/09/2017
Edale,Kinder Scout, Brown Knoll, Lord's Seat with Jill.ijpowell28/09/2017
From NT car park. Mam Tor, Barker Bank and Lose Hill. Started 8.30 and walked ridge and half way back before seeing anyone else - must be unusual for August. Then on to Lords Seat.Crib Goch31/08/2017
Leading an Edale Skyline challenge walk for Lost Earth Adventures.Wheelsy19/08/2017
Mountain Bike Ride!MarkGD05/08/2017
From Mam Tor Car Park (parked free as I am a NT member) then walked the Rushup Edge ridge to the summit of Lord's Seat. Fantastic views along the ridge to Mam Tor and Lose Hill and also down into the Edale valley. It was a hot and 'blue sky' day.Neil Haslewood17/07/2017
Overcast and cold wind, but good walk.TheWanderer2724/06/2017
K Walk up from Edale to the Nick on the old pack horse trail and then a circuit around the head of the Noe Valley, descending via Jacobs Ladder back to Edale on the Pennine Way. Edale Country Day and Fell Race today so place was bustling. Extensive views dotted with summy patches along the ridge.crazy11/06/2017
With Effie from Mam Nickvictimofmathema04/06/2017
Easy stroll up from the very limited roadside parking on the Mam Tor pass after visiting the lovely little Chestnut Centre zoo (highly recommended for young families!). Nice views from the little ridge on the way up - the wife approved!wheresthepath02/06/2017
Up to Kinder alongside Crowden Brook. Woolpacks, Pym Chair, Kinder summit, Kinder Low, Edale Rocks, Brown Knoll, then Rushup Edge, Lords Seat, Mam Tor trig point. D, L, sunny, stiff breeze.Skip06/05/2017
Done along with Mam TorWayne Mac11/03/2017
Ascent as part of the Kinder LoopLavvaf7607/03/2017
From theMam Tor car park. Excellent ridge walk with superb views on a glorious morning.Campbell Singer05/01/2017
Mill Hill, Brown Knoll, Lord's Seat, am Tor, Barker Bank, Lose Hillkeithouk06/11/2016
Edale - ChinleyAlex1759527/10/2016
Walk on sunny afternoon from Edaleejjohnstone18/09/2016
Great ViewsTigger424217/08/2016
With Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave23/07/2016
Half-day walk along Great Ridge with Dave. Sunny with intermittent cloud. Left one car at Hope then drove in other car to Mam Tor NT carpark. Walked Rushup Edge to Lord's Seat and back. Up Mam Tor and on to Barker Bank and along the ridge to Lose Hill. Descended to cross river at Townhead Bridge then up onto Hope Brink, along track to Lose Hill summit then down to Hope village.Skip03/07/2016
MTB ride from Edale up and over lords seatMarkGD03/07/2016
First of a few peaks on solo walk Edale to Hope. Great views along Hope Valley, sunny weather at this point.JOHNS01/07/2016
Then onto Mam Torclique19/06/2016
Continuing from Brown Knoll (anticlockwise route from Edale) Boggy fields to cross, concrete path under construction.muzza210/04/2016
After Mam Tor with GB. One hour walk from car park and return.bolton01/04/2016
Mam Nick NT car park at SK12392 83240 (Card only payments for non-members) – A short walk up Mam Tor & then west along ridge to the unmarked summit. (PM)gerrybowes01/04/2016
Continuation of walk from Brown Knoll. Continued SSE on the flagstone path over the moor and then east along the track on Rushup Edge to the summit. Walk continued to Mam Tor. Solo.marktrengove28/03/2016
Lovely ridge walk from Edale hostel over Lose Hill, Barker Bank, Mam Tor & Lord's Seat.Tony J28/10/2015
I have been meaning to do this for a while. Great walk across the ridge. Sat and had lunch looking down on Barber Booth. Great views of the back side of Kinder.W111KYB16/08/2015
16/08/15 start of a 4hr OMM sunday training run with Rob & L from Mam Nick. In 2014 a big protest was stirred up among walkers, mountain bikers, runners when the council tried to resurface the old bridleway up Chapel Gate. The edge is popular take off spot when a southerly wind is blowing for paragliders. The training costs £750 + and then £2000 - £4000 you would pay for a hangglider or paraglider canopy, and £400 for personal equipment. The loose shales have led to slumping on the north slope.Chris Pearson16/08/2015
8/10 Final part of ridge section of today's walk fine views againFergalh04/07/2015