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Name:Mill Hill
Hill number:3635
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 06135 90433
Summit feature:no feature: 25m NE of cairn
Col:512m  SK083921  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 110
(1:25k) OL1W
Observations:area surrounding cairn (SK 06115 90415) is eroded leaving arc of higher ground to NE
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 363 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Relatively good summit surrounded by hills. Sat down for a bit and enjoyed the peace.Wycombe Wanderer14/06/2020
12.7 mile circular from layby on A624, followed footpaths onto Cown Edge, walked along the edge then headed for Knarrs (very easy to bag with no walls/fences in the way), descended to road then followed path to Kinder Reservoir, climbed steeply up onto Sandy Hays, then went to the downfall which was completely dry, turned back up to The Edge trig point then across dry moors, descending Kinder and onto Mill Hill (4th time bagged), then headed back to the layby via Mill Hill plane wreck and Harry Hut trig. Clear and sunny but hot, plenty of people about, good views north to the South Pennines, Pendle Hill and you could just make out Ingleborough on the horizon, views west over Manchester and towards the Clwydians in Wales.DanTrig02/06/2020
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.WAYNE ROWLETT23/05/2020
Cairn, path junction, in heather. HP on tussock. Clear views on breezy sunny day. Great to be out- lockdown restrictions eased slightly.Parked in layby to W, continued on Glossop tump circle.Denise 14/05/2020
With Louise from the Snake Inn.Chris Ellis28/12/2019
Solo, on the West Bromwich MC coach day trip to the hills. These outings take place 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
Camped overnight. Paved path running to Snake Pass, but very boggy around due to heavy rain in previous days.SWhitt31/08/2019
Featherbed Top and Mill Hill from Snake Pass, while walking a section of the Pennine Way.rhalstead04/08/2019
on my own on way to the 2 OS trigs on Kindermy-list23/02/2019
17,2 miles, 2638ft Pennine Bridleway and Cown Edge Way walk.stephenbuda10/10/2018
24.5 miles, 3899ft Pennine Way to Bleaklow Head and Glossop walk.stephenbuda09/10/2018
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
With Jo, from lay-by on A624 via Harry Hut Trig. Returned over Burnt Hill. Weather; sunny, with a cooling breeze, good visibility.amblerbob01/07/2018
PW on LEJOGKatbus 2710/05/2018
Parked at the top of snake pass and followed the paved path across the moors to Mill Hill before turning sharp left and heading onto kinder.Waylander04/05/2018
From Snake Pass Inn via Ashop Clough, with Featherbed Moss. Return via Lady Clough. Bog factor = outrageousRedAndy5415/04/2018
From Bowden Bridge car park. Mill Hill, Kinder Scout, Brown Knoll and South Head. Absolutely glorious day :)Alunrees3305/04/2018
A cold and snowy day. Low cloud.Janet Hill26/11/2017
Hayfield Village up William Clough to Mill Hill then to Kinder Downfall and back via Kinder Low Enddavestillravin13/08/2017
Second top of the day as the weather cleared to reveal heather-clad moorland in its glory.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. With Julie, 2h 30 min.David Evans30/04/2017
On Pennine Waynickywood107/04/2017
Continuation of walk from Featherbed Top. Headed down to the Pennine Way, then easy walk on the flagstone path all the way to the summit. To return, took eroded boggy Snake Path down the clough back to the forest and up to the car park. With AT and JT on a fine day.Man of Kernow126/03/2017
From Hope Forest car park, up onto the Kinder Scout northern escarpment at Seal Stones, then along the ridge past Fairbrook Maze onto Mill Hill. Back via the Snake Path by Ashop Clough. Ridge by far the best bit and would recommend this walk even if Mill Hill isn't being bagged!BobHancock25/03/2017
From snake pass up Fair brook to Fairbrook Naze along north edge of plateau and on to Pennine Way. DSFred Windsor11/03/2017
From Snake Pass via Featherbed Top. Excellent flagstone path across desolate moorland in thick fog. Bitterly cold. Fog partially cleared to give a view over to a looming Kinder Scout.Campbell Singer26/01/2017
Plenty of parking at the top of the snake pass. Just under one hour to the top before heading for Featherbed Top.bolton28/12/2016
Climbed Red Brook, round to the DownFall and on to Mill Hill. Ground was frozen but with clear sky and sunshine. An excellent solo walk and scramble. 14k in 3.5 hours.John Eley28/12/2016
Mill Hill, Brown Knoll, Lord's Seat, am Tor, Barker Bank, Lose Hillkeithouk06/11/2016
Many ascents over many yearsShutterlag09/10/2016
WAlk from Glossop via TorsideAlex1759529/09/2016
With Rob. Ashop Clough-Mill Hill (after being knee deep in a bog)-Featherbed Top- through the plateau- Ashop Clough. Epic, boggy and heathery. ;) Broken clouds.dromeas13/08/2016
with Vas from Ashop Cloughrkid8413/08/2016
From summit of Snake Pass on way to Kinder Downfall .Haygalzer13/08/2016
With Alfie. Over Moss Castle (535m) on the way up.Dangerous Dave14/07/2016
From Snake pass on the wat to Kindermart079709/05/2016
Followed Pennine Way from parking area at Snake Pass, before heading to Kinder Low and Pym's Chair.muzza223/04/2016
FRom the snake pass with Andybardolph29/02/2016
4th hill of five today on a traverse from Hadfield station to Edale station via Mouselow castle, skirting Glossop, up Yellowslacks Brook to Bleaklow then Alport Moor over Alport river and then on bearing back onto Pennine Way. Explored area NE of cairn as this was the best place for a picture; this was my penultimate Derbyshire tump. Carried on Pennine Way to Kinder Low trig point.Dazingdale27/02/2016
4/4 Second Double of day combined with Featherbed Top walked from Snake PassFergalh16/01/2016
Beginning of the spine challengerYanndroid16/01/2016
Spine Race 2016RichCranswick09/01/2016
Summited as part of Spine Racedc9609/01/2016
A57 - Pennine Way - Featherbed Moss - Mill Hill - Kinder Scout (Trig S3443 - 624m) - Nether Red brook - Ashop Head - Mill Hill - Featherbed Moss - A57. Snow and ice all the way. A bit too icy on the return but treated to an ariel flypast of Berwick Swans.briandavies21/11/2015
From Edale, finally made a start on the Pennine Way. Camped near River Ashop.mick25/10/2015
On a walk between Edale and Glossop. Sunny, and warm for October.alistairpooler04/10/2015
with Dan and John for a short walk from monks road up harry hut, mill hill taking in the liberator wreck.AvidSockWearer16/09/2015
On Pennine Way.peter4lc07/09/2015