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Name:High Edge
Hill number:16499
Height:462m / 1516ft
Parent (Ma):2812  Shining Tor
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Derbyshire (CoU)
Catchment:Trent
Class:Tump (400-499m)
(Tu,4)
Grid ref:SK 06296 68781
Summit feature:ground by bunker
Drop:54m
Col:408m  SK052688  
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 70 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Walked here from Hollinsclough over Hollins Hill. Weather turned cloudy with a strong cold north wind - not what I was expecting.JohnW05/09/2019
Quick climb up from the road junction ( parking ) to the summit alongside an old MOD pill box. RAF Harpur Hill munitions store in the valley to the W.DanMaisieBex31/08/2019
Parked on the road junction to the south and went up to the right of the wall. I cannot imagine why it was thought the Germans might attack through the Peak District although nobody expected them to attack through the Ardennes in 1940.clivevilla23/07/2019
Parked on grass verge by junction at 062687 - Across cattle grid, over gate & up on right side of wall before heading across through long grass to unmarked summit by bunker. (S)gerrybowes17/07/2019
Part of a circuit of hills south of Buxton Lime Quarry. Starting and finishing at Brandside Parish Hall.BobHancock20/11/2017
Earl Sterndale circular with Steve G.Smudge04/11/2017
Easy bagging from the footpath starting to the E of High Edge raceway. Both tops bagged, and pill boxes inspected. Great views.Gill20/08/2017
with Gill S.Adrian20/08/2017
Easy parking at roadside (alt 1446ft). 500m 10 minutes return.moorsman19/01/2017
Parking: At T junction SK 06165 68701, for High Edge and Hollins Hill.David Evans31/12/2016
Parked at side of road- Thirkelow Rocks, High Edge, Hollins Hill, Chrome Hill, Nab End, Parkhouse Hill, North Top, Aldery Cliff, High Wheeldon, Dow Low, Hind Low, Upper Edge. On overcast day with Mart & Daisy. Great pill box at the summit of High EdgeJohn Eley03/12/2016
21km/13 mile walk with John & Daisy. Thirkelow Rocks, High Edge, Hollins Hill, Chrome Hill, Nab End, Parkhouse Hill, Parkhouse Hill North Top, Alderley Cliff, High Wheeldon, Dow Low [Brier Low], Hind Low, Upper Edge. Missed Booth Hill. Parked on roadside grass approx SK 0496 6939. 6°C AVG, 7 km/h AVG, overcast. Entered concrete bunker on High Edge which provided 3 great framed views. I was unaware of the water res. underneath Upper Edge, John boldly started to walk across fibreglass roof & hurriedly ran off with at the loud sound of cracking.Rotorslap03/12/2016
Number five of six summits on this walk. Mostly sunny, some cloud, one shower. High Wheeldon (422m), Parkhouse Hill North Top (362m), Parkhouse Hill (375m), Chrome Hill (443m), High Edge (462m) and Hollins Hill (450m) from Longnor. Distance = 19.57km. Average moving speed = 3.7km/h. Time moving = 5:13. Ascent = 768m.paulnewby8122/10/2016
Easy walk up from cattle grid to summit bunker.Campbell Singer11/10/2016
8.9 mile walk from parking at old piece of road at Cisterns Clough. Walked SE down single track road following paths to Fairthorn farm, up to Thirkelow Rocks, then along single track roads to High Edge, down lane to Booth farm up onto Hollins Hill (good view of Chrome Hill), along lanes to Tenterhill farm and along small roads through Hillend farm down Manifold Trail (fairly unused)to Black Bank farm, across main road to Northfield farm and Flash, up to Oliver Hill and across to Axe Edge (small path) back to car. Sunny for most of the time until we got to Oliver Hill then we thought we'd get soaked (no coats) but the rain was pathetic in the end. Then drove to Grin Low to bag and Combs Head to bag. 12 miles all together, nice day.DanTrig23/09/2016
Near line of ww 2 pill boxes defending wartime RAF munitions dump for bombs and chemical weapons, protected within in a series of tunnels served by railway lines. Then part sold in 1960s to be a mushroom farm! Now part houses HSE test labs for rolling stock, including London Underground. Hillend quarry is a venue for live exhibitions of mining, quarrying and recycling plant, The eastern end appear to be an active quarry. All surpringly interesting. Limestone pavement.Denise 04/07/2016
Appropriately the high point of the day. Hard to drag Denise away from the war time relics.RichardM04/07/2016
Part of a hill bagging session around Earl Sterndale in cold & clear weather.Dan Unwin28/02/2016
Path from road to north takes you nearly to top. Sandwiches on lee side of summit pill box !Mark Sims04/12/2015
12/15 Twelvth of fifteen on a wet and very windy day (Fir Hill/Foredales Head/Bee Low/Chelmorton Low/Nether Low/Dow Low (Brier Low)/High Wheeldon/Revidge/Merryton Low/Wolfscote Hill/Wetton Hill/High Edge/Upper Edge/Thirkelow Rocks/Sir William Hill)Fergalh29/11/2015
On the Hollingsclough Hills circuit with JulesMypoorblisters06/04/2015
Line of bunkers. The Luftwaffe must have often passed this way.Now, where is the nearest bus-stop?Martin R17/02/2015
Route from Grin Low car Park near Buxtondrwroberts08/02/2015
6TH hill of 9 on a hillbagging circular from Longnor with my brother. Cut across from Track to gain access land then Followed fenceline up to summit bear bunker. GReat views although Was starting to spit with rain. We had lunch next to the bunker. Highest point seems to be close to the S e bunker. We Climbed past the fence to the lower bunker and theb Followed fp out to Track and close to next hill; Thirkelow rocks.Dazingdale04/10/2014
Parked to SW, short walk to fine situation on ridge, spoilt by bunker. High point may be at bunker or 10m NNW along ridge.Aye Jimmy22/06/2014
From junction to South of hill, up right side of wall to corner over makeshift gate and easiest route to top.Anton19/02/2014
First hill of a great bagging day, walked up from Harpur Hill and around the back of the Frith via Staker Hill. From the stile on the road, to both of the concrete buildings at the summit(s) - presumably part of the wartime defences?DanHolme16/02/2014
After Hollins Hill.Wheelsy24/11/2012
With Hollins Hill and five other Peak District peaks that aren't on any lists!David Gradwell27/11/2011
With Mum. A great P30 circuit in a surprising corner of the Peak District; Glutton Bridge - Parkhouse Hill - Parkhouse Hill N Top - Chrome Hill - High Edge - Hollins Hill - valley to Glutton Bridge.Mark Jackson13/12/2009
From Hind Low in the snow.Wheelsy07/02/2009
This is the highest limestone hill in the Peak District south of the River Wye. Quite a fine hill with grand, bleak views. Such a great area for walking with hills included as one desires.Jake99405/10/2005
D of E supervising. Bagged 4 x 400m tops around Buxton.Chris Pearson03/04/2004
from road to S/W RHW21/12/2002
petey01/01/1990
jimbloomer07/08/2019
BrianMatthews14/05/2019
Andy West08/04/2019
Nick Canute18/03/2019
Archie25/03/2018
KathW25/03/2018
mae05/11/2017
SteveG04/11/2017
chalky195301/11/2017
clique09/07/2017
steve1856613/05/2017
holtsd01/05/2017
thenomad13/02/2017
andrew brown07/05/2016
DARRENG07/05/2016