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Name:Featherbed Top
Hill number:3634
Height:544m / 1785ft
Parent (Ma):2807  Kinder Scout
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
Nuttall/Wainwright area:The Peak District
County/UA:Derbyshire (CoU)
Catchment:Catchment Boundaries, Mersey, Trent
Watershed:Humber Estuary, Ardnamurchan Point to Lowestoft, Cardiff to Cape Wrath, Dover to Cape Wrath, Lowestoft to Duncansby Head, Land's End to John o' Groats, Liverpool Bay, The Lizard to Dunnet Head
Class:Dodd (500-599m), Dewey
Grid ref:SK 09053 92089
Summit feature:no feature
Col:512m  SK088931  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 110
(1:25k) OL1W
Observations:large flat summit area
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 205 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From roadside parking on snake pass to the North East, just under Six miles in Two hours using the Pennine way and a little diversion to pick up Featherbed top, continued onto Mill hill.WAYNE ROWLETT23/05/2020
Nick Canute02/03/2020
Solo, on the West Bromwich MC coach day trip to the hills. These outings once a month, great value. Long may they continue!JtwoUD08/12/2019
A figure of eight walk from A57 taking in High Shelf Stones, Bleaklow Head, Featherbed Top and Mill Hill on a beautiful September day.Ramblingpaul19/09/2019
Featherbed Top and Mill Hill from Snake Pass, while walking a section of the Pennine Way.rhalstead04/08/2019
Featherbed Top from GR: SK 08815 92912ronaldo33309/06/2019
Debs and Talisker from top of Snake PassMountain Goat09/11/2018
16.9 miles, 2159ft Pennine Way and Kinder Scout walk.stephenbuda11/10/2018
From top of Snake Pass on sunny afternoon to top of Mill Hill,then back along Pennine Way to easy ascent of very dry Featherbed Top.With Oscar.catman31/08/2018
With Catman.oscarrosie31/08/2018
Ben Rinnes02/07/2018
From Snake Pass Inn via Ashop Clough, with Mill Hill. Return via Lady Clough. Bog factor = outrageousRedAndy5415/04/2018
From Snake pass. Featherbed Top, Higher Shelf Stones, Bleaklow Head and Alport Moor. Grey and Windy.Alunrees3306/04/2018
Followed the Pennine Way from the Snake Pass for a short while and then broke off up to the summit. Descended down into Ashop Clough and then followed the path in Lady Clough back to the car.Wheelsy03/12/2017
Easy bag from top of Snake Pass. No path.ijpowell29/09/2017
Circular from Glossop, up via Doctor's Gate and PW. Real bog-trot this and with low cloud quickly moved onto Mill Hill.JOHNS11/08/2017
Parking for Featherbed Top and Mill Hill SK 08761 92930 on A57. Featherbed Top first, then down to paved path all the way to Mill Hill.David Evans30/04/2017
From the Birchin Clough car park on the A57. Took the track through Lady Clough forest into Ashop Clough, then track up the dale. Left it at its highest point for a heather slog up to the summit. Walk continued to Mill Hill. With AT and JT on a fine day.Man of Kernow126/03/2017
From roadside parking on A57. Not very far but rain, thick fog and driving wind meant navigation by compass and GPS hard as we quickly got wet trousers. Should have put on waterproofs earlier. With MartJohn Eley19/02/2017
Fog and frost. Indeterminate summit but at least the bog was frozen solid. Then along Pennine Way to Mill Hill.Campbell Singer26/01/2017
Indistinct summit but wandered around the area on return from Mill Hill to car park on A57 Snake road. Solo.bolton28/12/2016
Just a bogAlex1759529/09/2016
With Rob. Ashop Clough-Mill Hill (after being knee deep in a bog)-Featherbed Top- through the plateau- Ashop Clough. Epic, boggy and heathery. ;)dromeas13/08/2016
with Vas from Ashop Cloughrkid8413/08/2016
With Alfie.Dangerous Dave14/07/2016
Quick up & down from Snake pass.Featureless hill.mart079710/04/2016
Mark Sims01/04/2016
From Snake pass summit with Alf. On day 2 of my Pennine Way walk.mick31/03/2016
an extra days walking, result, with Andybardolph29/02/2016
3/4 Second Double of day combined with Mill Hill walked from Snake PassFergalh16/01/2016
Spine Race 2016 - Pennine WayRichCranswick09/01/2016