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Name:Featherbed Top
Hill number:3634
Height:544m / 1785ft
Parent (Ma):2807  Kinder Scout
Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
Area:The Peak District
County/UA:Derbyshire (CoU)
Catchment:Doubles, Mersey, Trent
Watershed:Cardiff to Cape Wrath, Dover to Cape Wrath, Lowestoft to Duncansby Head, Land's End to John o'Groats, Ardnamurchan Point to Lowestoft, The Lizard to Dunnet Head
Class:Dewey
(Tu,5)
Grid ref:SK 09053 92089
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:32m
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 166 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
holtsd28/08/2017
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
bwm23/04/2017
KathW09/04/2017
Archie09/04/2017
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.marktrengove26/03/2017
Sprog26/03/2017
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
amcvey07/01/2017
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
Chad17/04/2016
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
chriswatson13/10/2015
On a walk between Edale and Glossop. Sunny, and warm for October.alistairpooler04/10/2015
With Jo, from Snake Pass: PW and QBTs onto Featherbed Top. Weather; generally cloudy with sunny intervals, cool wind, and good visibility.amblerbob17/07/2015
Parked at the top of the Snake Pass SW along stone flags on Pennine Way to Mill Hill On return left path at 084922 & crossed moor to unmarked summit NNW down faint 4x4 track back to car. (S)gerrybowes02/07/2015
From road, featureless. Did as a child years ago.Adrian26/04/2015
Various visits on exercise heading to Ashop CabinPepandJen02/04/2015
Nice windy afternoon out on the paved path from Snake Pass - left the path for Featherbed Top then down to Mill Hill, before turning back over the road and heading off across the peat to Higher Shelf Stones. Decided to leave Bleaklow Head for a day when I have time to get across to Alport Moor too :) Caution needed when leaving toward the west - it's on a bit of a blind crest and the layby is angled away from the road, anyone going much above the limit (and there are a few!) will struggle to slow down for youthe_adam30/03/2015
chrissiedixie07/03/2015
Diverted to Featherbed Top on the way to Kinder from the A57 Snake Pass summit. With Dave and Helen.Skip15/02/2015
davechick15/02/2015
Left Paul to tick off this hill on my own in deep snow very difficult walking conditions couldn't even see snake passcolinfielding09/02/2015
from Moorfield, with Harry Hut & Mill Hilljoseph mitchell08/01/2015
daddybond25/07/2014
First of three, on to Higher Shelf Stones then Bleaklow Head.BobHancock24/06/2014
Tammy7221/04/2014
Craig6721/04/2014
My Third summit of almost Five hills visited on a 19 mile cicular from the Snake pass, visiting The Tower at Alport Castles, Alport Moor (bypassing summit) Grains in the water, Bleaklow stones, Bleaklow hill (although missed summit)Wain stones, Hern stones, Higher Shelf stones and then after dropping down and up to gain Doctors gate path to take me onto the PW, it was an easy walk up,Summit area is pretty large but I walked to where spot height is recorded,a short distance from Grouse butt. Exited by taking route across Salvin Ridge (much more wet)down a very steep embankment to gain forestry track, over Lady clough and then over the Ashop to walk parallel to the Snake pass before rejoining it. A fantastic day of Blue sky, Buzzards, Grouse and Scrambling!!Dazingdale18/04/2014
Late start through mist all the way to Mill Hill in case I missed it over 30 years ago, returning via Featherbed Top which was not as wet as I had feared.SS03/04/2014
Circular walk from Birchin Clough Bridge car park (SK 109914). Saukin Ridge, Featherbed Top, Snake Pass, Higher Shelf Stones, Hern Stones, Bleaklow Head, Pennine Way, Doctor,s Gate & Lady Clough. Low cloud & strong wind. Small wooden stake presumed to mark summit, otherwise featureless. Navigation essential. Not a day to linger.Richard Gunn16/03/2014
mae21/02/2014
MikeM25/01/2014
ChrisC05/01/2014
ngthack04/12/2013
Ascent on return to A57 layby at Doctor's Gate culvert after visiting Higher Shelf Stones, Hern Stones, Wain Stones and Bleaklow Head returning via Pennine Way. No cairn but there is a small wooden stake sticking out of the ground within the general area which appears to be the top.pwhitaker_196610/08/2013
With Cabe and Bev from the Snake Road on a blazing hot day.simon and co13/07/2013
Parked easily just off A57. Through the stile then immediately east. Wide fairly faint path/track all the way to the top.destaylor30/05/2013
psychocrawler04/05/2013