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Name:Booth Hill
Hill number:16538
Height:407m / 1335ft
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 05484 68099
Summit feature:no feature: ground near wall
Drop:30m
Col:377m  SK057680  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 119
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 48 users)ByDate of Ascent
Quick climb up from the path which heads W from Booth Farm.DanMaisieBex31/08/2019
jimbloomer07/08/2019
From 05842 68030 up the track and then over a gate into a field. Summit looked slightly more into the field than the GR noted but, if it was, it was not far and only minor.clivevilla23/07/2019
Parked on grass verge opposite entrance to Booth Farm at 0585 6805. Lots of activity taking place at farm & no problem gaining permission to use track. At top of track, over gate & across to the unmarked summit near wall. (S)gerrybowes17/07/2019
Parked at road side SK0548 68101 then down track and past Thirkelow on obvious fp. Barking dog at Broad End. Then skipped over barbed wire fence but slipped in the process and was stabbed in the backside. Undeterred I went up the short steep slope tjen thru a gate and on to the summit. A quiet, pastoral one.John Eley01/06/2019
Thirkelow Rocks - Booth Hill - Hollins Hill - Chrome Hill. Started from near the main rd at Axe EdgeWayne Mac30/03/2019
Bellesmountains30/03/2019
Pat196730/03/2019
Nick Canute18/03/2019
Hill walking day. I asked permission at Booth Farm.simonshrewsbury30/12/2017
mae05/11/2017
chalky195301/11/2017
BaggerGutt16/08/2017
clique19/06/2017
steve1856613/05/2017
thenomad13/02/2017
You can drive down into the farm as the public road finishes after it, however, I stopped on the bend before it. No problems having asked at the house for permission to access it.moorsman19/01/2017
Parking: For both Thirkelow Rocks and Booth Hill - Tight by fence at about SK 049694. For Booth Hill, permission was graciously given to ascend.David Evans01/01/2017
Sought permission at Booth Farm but nobody at home.Campbell Singer11/10/2016
Permission easily gained to ascend, though without comprehension as to our interest: ' it does not go anywhere, you know.' HP by wall in buttercup and daisy - filled sheep field.Denise 04/07/2016
Permision to visit granted from house at start of track. Grazing field. Dwarfed by surrounding neighboursRichardM04/07/2016
andrew brown07/05/2016
DARRENG07/05/2016
8/8 last of eight (Lees Moor/Durham Edge/Shatton Edge/Bradwell Moor/Hind Low/Chrome Hill/Hollins Hill/Booth Hill)Fergalh24/01/2016
MM20/01/2016
Rubbish hill, but Hollins next .Mark Sims04/12/2015
Neil Haslewood04/12/2015
Alan Caine22/05/2015
RobertP12/04/2015
carole engel12/03/2015
A hill for anyone who has had medical advice to avoid excitement. The booby trap is old scarifier not mattress.Martin R17/02/2015
Route from Grin Low car Park near Buxtondrwroberts08/02/2015
IainT23/11/2014
8th hill of 9 today on hill-bagging circuit from Longnor with brother; High Wheeldon, Aldery Cliff, Dow Low, Hind Low, Upper edge, High Edge ,Thirkelow rocks. Bro was getting a bit fed up of climbing over fences and unfortunately ripped his trousers trying to get past the one fence that then led up to a gate and access to the summit. We took the track down but realised that there might be some explaining to do at buildings so climbed over another gate and descended to another gate to get back onto public fp that goes past the buildings and leads to the access land to climb Hollins hill. There is an old metal spring mattress upside down next to the gate and it looks like some sort of booby trap!Dazingdale04/10/2014
Parked near Booth Farm, which seems to consist of an odd assortment of buildings - a mixture of farm, scrapyard and dwellings. Asked permission from man in barn, a bit reluctant but I said it would only take ten minutes so he concurred. Track up hill past old plant to gate into field and rounded summit near wall.Aye Jimmy11/09/2014
Alex C13/07/2014
GordonAdshead11/06/2014
ianwatson26/03/2014
Anton19/02/2014
Longnor - Nab End - Brand End - Thirkelow Rocks - High Edge - Upper Edge - Parkhouse Hill - Aldery Cliff - Longnordavidpettit8426/10/2013
ngthack06/10/2013
Tammy7229/09/2013
Craig6729/09/2013
Soary0510/10/2010
citygent25/11/2004
In rain ran/ climbed 3 x 400m tops in between supervising D of e group. Snuck over fence for this one once clear of farm. In 2012 we came past here in the dead of night on the Bullock Smithy challenge walk with a dog barking madly at every one of the 500 plus walkers who toiled past throughout the long night.Chris Pearson04/04/2004
pleasant hill,. from road-end to E (Booth Fm) via FP & N slope (fog) RHW21/12/2002
andrew.allum01/01/2000