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Name:Bradwell Moor
Hill number:16495
Height:471m / 1545ft
Parent (Ma):2807  Kinder Scout
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
Nuttall/Wainwright area:The Peak District
County/UA:Derbyshire (CoU)
Catchment:Trent
Class:Tump (400-499m)
(Tu,4)
Grid ref:SK 13190 80143
Summit feature:grassy mound 8m NE of trig point
Drop:50m
Col:421m  SK135813  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 110
(1:25k) OL1E OL1W
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 71 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From Slitherstone Hill. Surprising number of walkers around. Strange, giant thistle that looks as if it had been planted on a grave near the summit.Wycombe Wanderer20/06/2020
Exhausting walk, glad to rest on memorial seat around trig point.Bag For Life20/06/2020
HP is adjacent to trig with bench in sheep pasture strewn with wildflowers. great views. grassed over mine workings.Denise 31/05/2020
From the N on track via Old Moor. Access land. Rough pasture covered mounds and hollows from old mine workings. Highest ground is on W side of square of posts - once fenced off mine shaft? Skylarks in full song.RichardM31/05/2020
1 of 6 on 11.8 mile walk including Bradwell moor, slitherstones, lords seat, mam tor, Barker bank and loss hillThe-Z-Man02/03/2019
With Ed, part of 15k circular walk from Sparrowpit.John Eley04/01/2019
Misty walk to pillar after parking at the end of Old Dam Lane.Dugswell210/01/2018
As Aye Jimmy. Parked at end of lane after Old Dam on the Limestone Way. Walked past Cop Farm then through gates and narrow walled lane. Once at Access Land walked up by side of wall to the Trig Point.Neil Haslewood17/07/2017
9.9 mile walk from Castleton, up Hollowford Rd climbing onto Mam Tor (5th time bagged),descended and headed on path south leaving the crowds behind and onto Slitherstone Hill (had to climb over drystone wall with barbed wire atop from footpath east), bagged the very featureless summit, then walked south through gateways joined path south across access land onto Eldon Hill (28m prominence), then back onto main path towards and bagged, Bradwell Moor, down lovely Cavedale back to Castleton. Drove to Abney later to bag Durham Edge and Shatton Edge. Dull cloudy showery weather.DanTrig27/04/2017
Parking: Grass verge, (room for two cars), 50 yards past Brecktor. Route: Follow well made road then walled track NNE onto access land. Finally NE to summit. With Julie.David Evans10/04/2017
Enjoyable circular walk from Peak Forest ,including Eldon Hill,on balmy spring day.With Oscar and Catman.rosiebridge09/04/2017
With Bridget and Oscar.catman09/04/2017
With Catman and Bridget.oscarrosie09/04/2017
With Jo, circular walk from Castleton: Limestone Way to Bradwell Moor, then track past Rowter Farm to Mam Tor, along ridge to Barker Bank, then returning down paths from Backtor Nook. Weather; sunny, warm, good visibility.amblerbob08/04/2017
Parked just past Brecknor.. Walked up Limestone Trail and followed wall over old mine workings. Wide vistas on a glorious morning.Campbell Singer05/01/2017
Up the Limestone Way from the main road to the south- then on to Slitherstone HillMark Sims22/05/2016
Parked at the bend before The Cop (alt 1246) just as Storm Gertrude was showing her colours. Walked in a torrential wind-driven downpour along a newly created river, reaching the top at a horizontal angle due to the wind.moorsman29/01/2016
4/8 Fourth of eight (Lees Moor/Durham Edge/Shatton Edge/Bradwell Moor/Hind Low/Chrome Hill/Hollins Hill/Booth Hill)Fergalh24/01/2016
3rd hill of four on a beautiful sunny day's walk from Doveholes to Hope via Bee Low and Gautries Hill using fp to drop down onto Pennine Bridleway where i climbed up slope near bend, over one wall and then tracked west through a copse and over hillock to then follow quarry edge, the combination of light and shade was fantastic. I walked to Eldon Hole and explored that, crossing lower slopes of Eldon Hill,crossed top of Conies Dale and over a tricky wall to reach a bridleway. I decided to follow this down to the jct with the Limestone way and at the corner of access land took a bearing to the summit of Bradwell Moor, visiting all high points before retracing bearing to jct.Dazingdale19/09/2015
3/12 Parked at 127794 then up footpaths onto access landthe_adam30/07/2015
Part of a bus-pass day's walk from Sparrowpit. Deep snow - meaning that it was possible to just step over the fences. Easier to walk in the fields than in the drift-filled green lanes.Martin R06/02/2015
Peak Forest circular with Powsers MC.Smudge04/01/2015
a good day, partly in snow, from Peak Forest with Gautries Hill & Slitherstone Hill.joseph mitchell12/12/2014
on a Walkers forum walk, lovely day.Lou05/10/2014
Drove through Perry Dale and Old Dam to limited parking down lane from The Cop Farm, on the Limestone Way. Past farm, sheep, lambs and guinea fowl, through small gates and narrow, walled lane to access land. Trig on top and a few old bell-pits.Aye Jimmy27/04/2014
Parked SK124787 road junction across from farm.Anton19/02/2014
From Castleton.Wheelsy08/09/2013
Lay-by near minor road junction at SK 12732 82799. Ox Low [Bradwell Moor] - Eldon Hill.David Gradwell09/01/2011
Date guessed. Two ascentsAshley01/01/2008
Personally I'd have called this Bradwell Moor rather than Ox Low - Oxlow is the hillock opposite. Whatever it's called, it's a great spot, very bleak and lovely and surrounded by rakes and mines.DanHolme19/10/2007
Grand, sprawling hill and a great view. Second highest limestone hill in the Peak District. Did a circular walk from Peak Forest taking in Conies Dale, Bradwell Moor, Slitherstone Hill and Eldon Hill.Jake99429/04/2006
limestone summit, nice view, exclosure of some kind near trig. b/w from SW RHW26/03/2006
Southport - Sheffield -after 4 days at hospital with Mum. 4 x 400m tops around Buxton.Chris Pearson11/05/2003
PaulineC18/11/2019
IWC17/11/2019
Andy West25/02/2019
mae03/08/2018
stevedixon23/12/2017
Alex C22/12/2017
andrew brown10/12/2017
flakeyw19/02/2017
Archie31/07/2016
KathW31/07/2016
steve1856619/06/2016
Adrian29/05/2016
Lucky11/05/2016
maknipe11/05/2016
Alan Caine16/01/2016
BaggerGutt30/10/2015
MM29/04/2015