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Name:Gautries Hill
Hill number:16534
Height:410m / 1345ft
Parent (Ma):2807  Kinder Scout
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
Nuttall/Wainwright area:The Peak District
County/UA:Derbyshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (400-499m)
Grid ref:SK 09874 80988
Summit feature:knoll
Col:373m  SK094803  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 110
(1:25k) OL1W
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 46 users)ByDate of Ascent
On way to Lake District running the gauntlet of lambsdavechaffey12/04/2019
15k walk with Ed. Sparrowpit community centre - Gautries Hill - Perry Dale - Slitherstone Hill - Bradwell Moor - Bee Low. A great tour of the White PeakJohn Eley04/01/2019
On way to collect Nathaniel from Sheffield. Parked in the Community Centre Car Park, followed path from Car Park to Woods then cut through woods and straight up to summit. Returned via the road to avoid the inquisitive young bulls in the first field. Solo.Dave24/06/2018
Clear and mild walk via the tourist route after parking in the village hall car park.Dugswell211/01/2018
Parked at West of Village SK 08839 80707 - should have parked in Village Hall car park SK090807. Followed f/p Eastwards into wood, then easy walk over fallen down wall to summit.David Evans29/10/2017
From ESE via RoW.jimbloomer06/10/2017
Parked in Sparrowpit Community Hall Car Park. Through gate out of Car Park and then across fields following footpath to wood. Walked through wood to other side and then up grassy field to summit. Good views from the top.Neil Haslewood17/07/2017
Parked in Sparrowpit community hall CP. F/path leads out the rear of cp across fields to wood.mart079701/05/2017
From Sparrowpit village hall. Easy walk up over fields and into wood with old pits. Awkward bwf resulting in a bloodied hand, distraction and a dropped pole which required me to retrace my steps to recover it.Campbell Singer05/01/2017
From Sparrowpit I followed the path east into the woods and then from there up past old capped shafts onto the hillside.Wheelsy29/12/2016
Parking available in the grounds of Sparrowpit Village Hall (as you enter the village from the Castleton direction) ... alt 1213 ft. After crossing the first two fields the legal line of the path has been diverted. Instead of taking you diagonally across the third field into the trees, the path follows the edge of the field without entering into it, and straight into the wood. This serves us well, for, after entering the wood via a stile, it is possible to make a direct line for the summit. 1.14 miles return.moorsman27/01/2016
From Sparrowpit, pleasant easy walk to grassy summit via footpath. No walls/fences.RobertP27/09/2015
2nd hill of four on a lovely sunny walk from Doveholes to Hope via Eldon Hole. Climbed Bee Low and then onto Sparrowpit where a fp traverses the lower slopes and into woodland where i branched off to climb easily to the grassy knoll at the summit. I stayed on the grassy hillside before reaching fences where i regained the fp that drops down onto the Pennine Bridleway.Dazingdale19/09/2015
2/12, parked in Sparrowpit and walked up footpath from 090807. Good accesss, no walls/fences to crossthe_adam30/07/2015
4/10 Walk from road through woods along path to topFergalh04/07/2015
Walked over from Sparrowpit. Tumulus at summit in sheep pasture.Adrian14/06/2015
Part of a bus-pass day's walk from Sparrowpit. Deep snow, desperate hungry sheep. Enough snow to disguise sink-holes as flat patches of snow. Sunshine.Martin R06/02/2015
a good day, partly in snow, from Peak Forest with Slitherstone Hill & Bradwell Moorjoseph mitchell12/12/2014
Parked at side of road N out of Sparrowpit near pub. Footpath across fields, over stiles and through small wood (with mineshafts, some open) to meadow. Summit a small tumulus with pleasant views.Aye Jimmy27/04/2014
Parked SK090807 small pull in on minor road next to footpath.Anton19/02/2014
Southport - Sheffield -after 4 days at hospital with Mum. 4 x 400m tops around Buxton.Chris Pearson11/05/2003
pleasant summti & view. FP from village hall car pk 091807 RHW25/01/2003
Chris Ellis01/09/2019
Andy West25/02/2019
Nick Canute09/02/2019
carole engel26/10/2017
andrew brown01/08/2017
Mark Sims01/03/2016
Alan Caine16/01/2016