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Name:Barker Bank
Hill number:16521
Height:426m / 1398ft
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 13889 84619
Summit feature:grassy bank near fence
Drop:34m
Col:392m  SK135845  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 110
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Circular walk from Castleton: Mam Tor, Barker Bank, lose HillDan Baddeley26/07/2020
15 degrees, sunny, calm, from Mam Tor with Bag For Life and about a billion others. On to Lose Hill.Wycombe Wanderer12/07/2020
After bagging Lose Hill from Castleton, Barker Bank was just beyond Back Tor on the way back down. Mam Tor bagged the previous day but excessive wind halted the ridge walk. Temp. 12 Deg.C.Symon1p21/03/2020
Walk with Sal, Sarah and Zoe to repeat these for my Derbyshire trumps. Nice sunny day, cold wind, lots of people getting out before Coronavirus lockdown. Enjoyed tuning up Mam/Back Tor and Lose Hill before meeting them in Hope.davechaffey21/03/2020
From Castleton, up Back Tor, Barker Bank and Mam Tor, back down via Treak Cliff. Beautiful early spring day, ending at Castle Inn.mavero1006/03/2020
Barker Bank, Lose Hill, Mam Tor and Lords Seat from the pass at the bottom of Mam Tor. A lovely walk on a frosty morning.clivevilla17/12/2019
Afternoon walk from NT Mam Tor carpark. Started by walking Rushup to Lords Seat and back; then up Mam Tor and out-and-back to Lose Hill. With Lindsey after morning visit to Whaley Bridge. Overcast, showery, brisk wind.Skip15/11/2019
second peak with Jenna. Ridge walk in the darkSockpan28/08/2019
Bimble with Suzanne from the NT carparkdc9611/08/2019
Part of a superb ridge walkdjaphoto11/08/2019
March for Men Sponsored walk with Sean, Josh and Laura. Hope Station - Lose Hill - Barker Bank - Mam Tor - Edale Station.Dave22/06/2019
Started at NT car park walked to Mam Tor summit from there along path to Barker bank onto Lose hill. We then walked down into Hope picked up the path for Win hill up to the summit. We decided to do the steep path which wasn't as bad as it looks! Rewarded with the view over LadyBower reservoir. From there we walked back into Hope to Castleton up through Winnats pass to the NT car park to finish. Total 14miles.Louiejay09/06/2019
Ran from caravan site to Lose Hill then along the ridge to Barker Bank and Mam Tormadaddo09/04/2019
5 of 6 on 11.8 mile walk including Bradwell moor, slitherstones, lords seat, mam tor, Barker bank and loss hillThe-Z-Man02/03/2019
walk from hope to EdaleCoxswain27/02/2019
Edale Skyline reccescreeleep24/02/2019
Lose Hill to Mam Torgazgib09/02/2019
train from Piccadilly to Hope with Nick and Kris Lose Hill then Mam tor via the great ridge. Very misty and wet, muddy fields. Train back from edaleJames Burrows30/12/2018
Wander from Hope. Ascent 2IWC29/10/2018
21.8 miles, 4463ft Rushup Edge, Mam Tor to Lose Hill walk.stephenbuda08/10/2018
Leading a group on the Edale Skyline challenge for Lost Earth Adventures.Wheelsy08/09/2018
4 out of 5 this day, perfectly pleasant bump along the main path. Back Tor, a rocky crag yonder from Barker Bank is actually more impressive and a great place for a bite to eat if it's not too windyAltheus15/08/2018
On The way from Mam Tor to Lose Hilltumpawumpa01/08/2018
Edale skyline Warriors with Bethany! 33km hike around the Edale skyline. Finished off the day with great pub dinner before driving home. Knees were aching! 9hrs: 33km; 1231mByronHaywood23/06/2018
Hope-Castleton-Hollins Cross-Loose Hill-HopeKate_and_Euan26/05/2018
Out for the day doing a loop from Castleton around to Mam Tor and along the ridge to Lose Hill before dropping back down into Castleton.Pipesy21/05/2018
Circular from Edale to Hollins Cross, Hope and Castleton, back across Mam Tor to Edale.liljonb19/05/2018
Castleton - Lose Hill - Barker Bank - Edale - Mam Tor - CastletonPreCambrianLife21/04/2018
With EmmaPaul_142_uk12/04/2018
From Hope to Chinley via the Great Ridge, Rushup Edge and South Head.RedAndy5408/04/2018
From the SW on the motorway that runs up to Mam Tor and on to Barker Bank and Lose Hill. Lovely spring sunshine most of the day. Returned by same route, though K and M skipped the second ascent of Mam Tor, instead heading down to the abandoned road near the Blue John Caverns where X and I picked them up.Herbert Anchovy25/03/2018
Lose Hill, Back Tor, Hollins Cross and Barker bank.Stestag25/02/2018
Mam Tor, Lose Hill, Castleton, WinnatsWaggaWagg16/12/2017
Peak district hill baggingsimonshrewsbury02/12/2017
Part of ridge run withLiz & Catherine. A few trips and falls and tweaks knee but had a great day!nell158311/11/2017
Part of the full Edale Skyline walkhillexplorer25/10/2017
Part of an autumn 2 day trip to the peak district , staying at Edale youth hostelJoel45123/10/2017
10km Walk with Rachel & dogs. Castleton CP, Losehill Farm, Lose Hill, Barker Bank, Mam Tor, Winnats Pass. Extremely windy on Mam Tor (hardly able to stand on summit).Rotorslap22/10/2017
Slow and steady paceMlamber313/09/2017
From NT car park. Mam Tor, Barker Bank and Lose Hill. Started 8.30 and walked ridge and half way back before seeing anyone else - must be unusual for August. Then on to Lords Seat.Crib Goch31/08/2017
Leading an Edale Skyline challenge walk for Lost Earth Adventures.Wheelsy19/08/2017
From Castletoncharlie58617/08/2017
From Hope taking in Hollins Cross and Lose HillDelta6809/07/2017
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
Parking: Mam Nick NT car park SK12392 83240 for both Mam tor and Barker Bank. Paved path nearly all the way.David Evans01/04/2017
From the public car park in Castleton. Along the lane next to therugby club and then ascend to Hollins Cross and onward to Lose Hill. Very muddy and no. Views from the long ridge. Disappointing. Fog never shifted all day. Onward to Lose Hill. 2 hours for the two.Campbell Singer17/01/2017
Mill Hill, Brown Knoll, Lord's Seat, am Tor, Barker Bank, Lose Hillkeithouk06/11/2016
Edale - ChinleyAlex1759527/10/2016
CUHWC Edale freshers' day trip. Despite being my 7th trip to Edale with CUHWC, this was the 1st time I had visited this hill!AGWilliamson16/10/2016
From Castleton, Lose Hill and onto Man Torejjohnstone23/09/2016