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Name:Thieveley Pike
Hill number:16506
Height:449m / 1473ft
Parent (Ma):2820  Freeholds Top
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Lancashire (CoU)
Catchment:Mersey, Ribble, Catchment Boundaries
Class:Tump (400-499m), Clem
Grid ref:SD 87177 27125
Summit feature:grass mound 2m N of trig point
Col:393m  SD889243  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 103
(1:25k) OL21S
Survey:Abney level
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3rd of 5 on Walsden to Rose Grove walk. From Carr and Craggs Moor by well-marked paths. By now the weather had closed in, and a heavy rain shower took away the decent views all around.JOHNS10/08/2019
Parked to the SSW in Bacup Old Road SD886264.David Evans22/07/2019
A round taking in the Singing Ringing Tree, Pennine Bridleway, Burnley Way and Thieveley PikeMountainTerrier22/04/2019
From building to SSW that is no longer a pub- shame about the stilesMark Sims08/04/2019
Pesky rainshower on my dusky return soaked my cotton trousers. Cold and car heater on max.vegibagger24/03/2019
Parked opposite the now closed and being renovated into houses former New Deerplay PH. Car park no longer accessible but room for 1 car in the Old Bacup Road lane junction opposite (use the now closed off junction slip lane). Rossendale Way to Carr and Craggs Moor then over Heald Moor with itís mixed herd of Highland and Belted Galloway cows. Visited Deerplay Hill and itís cross on the way back. Irwell Spring is now closed off by a new 5 foot fence. Outstanding views on a crystal clear and mostly sunny day. From Ingleborough to Kinder Scout, most Lancashire Hills, Stoodley Pike and even the Cheshire hills.Nick Caunt11/02/2019
Parked on the minor road to the south. Took the fp over broken and very slippy stiles. Thick hill fog.Campbell Singer30/12/2018
...from White Hill and in off A road. Somehow got turned round in mist and took longer than I should.IanHHill02/12/2017
Climbed from Holme Chapel through buckley wood and over dean scoutadiosboss03/11/2017
Solo. Crown Point. Thieveley Pike and White HillLongwojo05/10/2017
From SSW. Parking by former pub.jimbloomer25/09/2017
From White Hill, used the Mary Townley routebardolph29/06/2017
A great hill with some fantastic views over Cliviger. Walked here with the kids from the Singing Ringing Treehillexplorer06/04/2017
3rd hill of 5 today on a route from the Rosehill House hotel to Walsden, climbing Crown Point, visiting the Ringing Singing tree and over to White hill joining the Pennine Bridleway and over Deerplay moor to the obvious summit next to the trig. I continued on the Burnley Way en-route to Carr & Craggs Moor.Dazingdale19/02/2017
White Hill & Thieveley Pike. From Singing Ringing Tree CP. Solo.ADT29/01/2017
From layby at junction of A671/B6238. Good path to summit with good viewsmart079714/01/2017
from layby at grid ref; SD852278. with Crown Point & White Hill & a look at the singing, ringing tree.joseph mitchell07/09/2016
With Mel. Hazy and warm. Line of least resistance. Tried to look only at the scenery not blocked by wind turbines.Wycombe Wanderer23/07/2016
6/6 Last of Day County Tops and others (Withins Height/Withins (Boundary)/Whernside/High Pike/Great Hambledon/Thievley Pike)Fergalh15/05/2016
with Nicola. Great circuit along Cliviger Gorge and back alongside windfarm.andrew larkins27/02/2016
With Jo, linear walk from Portsmouth along Carr Road, Tower Causeway, Flower Scar Road to Carr & Craggs Moor (a couple of boundary stones marked ĎDí (Deerplay (?)) nearby, then through the squalor of Heald Top Farm, then prow across Heald Moor to Thieveley Pike, descending to Holme Chapel. Weather; sunny, cool breeze, good visibility.amblerbob15/07/2015
Large stoned parking in front of the houses on the large bend on the A671, alternatively there is a layby a short distance south. Good path around the old pits (now fenced off). Don't go through the final access gate up to the brick built structure, instead there is a good summit bound path about 100m east of it.moorsman11/06/2015
From New Deerplay [still closed].ngthack18/03/2015
Done solo. Very wet underfoot. No navigation issues.Aimless Rambler25/02/2014
Fell racerichardsun28/09/2013
Visited on evening walk with Jack. 10.6 miles. Holme Chapel, Deerplay Moor, down to Portsmouth, back up onto Warcock Hill and back to start.meltdiceburg10/09/2013
Parked in lay-by on Crown Point Road, near junction with B6238 and A671. Followed RoW to summit.Sprog30/06/2013
On enjoyable circular walk from Holme Chapel.With Oscarcatman06/05/2013
With Catman.oscarrosie06/05/2013
Used the footpath from the New Deerplay Inn which is currently empty. Photo on Geograph.Dugswell206/02/2012
Visited on a very misty walk from Accrington to Todmorden. No problems with navigation.Jake99431/01/2011
From narrow lay-by on the A681 NE of Bacup at SD 88977 24465. Carr & Craggs Moor - Thieveley Pike.David Gradwell21/11/2008
Followed track from nearby New Deerplay pub. Many mountain bikers passed over summit whilst I was there.Aye Jimmy07/09/2008
Todmorden Circular via Gauxholme-Trough Edge End-Rossendale Way-Heald Moor-Thievely Pike-Heald Moor-Portsmouth-Cornholme-West End-StonesMac.Hawk01/04/2005
as part of Scarlet's Stride from Holmes ChapelBramley17/09/2002
pleasant summit, wide view, pleasant walk. park at Deerplay PH 866264, FPs to top RHW10/03/2002
From Portsmouth bus stop. Then back to Todmorden Rly Stn via Mereclough, Cant Clough Reservoir and Long Causeway.ChrisR19/04/2000
1 of 2: From BurnleyChrisR24/02/1999
Checkpoint at summit on the new (shorter) 32 mile Calderdale Hike challenge walk (race?) I ran/fast walked around wearing KSB mountain boots, breeches and checked woolly shirt!Very sweaty. 7hrs 36m.(20th) A beautiful clear day.Chris Pearson14/04/1984
With: dad; I remember walking up here with my Dad because of the great views back over Burnley. Date is approximate.Ian Baines01/03/1970
andrew brown27/08/2018