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Name:Stoodley Pike
Hill number:16541
Height:402m / 1319ft
Parent (Ma):2810  Black Hill
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Calderdale (UA)
Catchment:Aire
Class:Tump (400-499m)
(Tu,4)
Grid ref:SD 97361 24108
Summit feature:ground by boulder
Drop:39m
Col:363m  SD968229  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 103
(1:25k) OL21S
Observations:ground 10m W is lower
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 187 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Haworth Hobblepaulcook280914/03/2020
2020 solstice walkAvidSockWearer11/01/2020
Parked at SD964243 for both Edge End Moor and Stoodley Pike.David Evans17/06/2019
Revisit on Todmorden Centenary WayBramley29/04/2019
Haworth HobbleFlipperfeet11/03/2019
Quick walkout with the kidsPaganknight7320/11/2018
From Hebden Bridge station via Edge End Moor.summitsup01/11/2018
Walked from Lobb Mill Picnic area. Brilliant views from the summit.flockwatcher29/10/2018
Pleasant walk up in the warm sunshine today. Views a bit hazy.Walker Dan10/10/2018
Visited monument 55 years earlier.jimbloomer26/09/2018
From Bebble End in Hebden Bridge along bridlewayLongwojo13/09/2018
Marsden Racers 2018 Challengetsar.nathan08/09/2018
Morning runtobyfells20/07/2018
Fell Racessstevesreeves08/06/2018
From west, steep ascent to monument and then to HP in rough grass. When doing the PW we m issued the top by virtue of staying at Mankinholes YH at end of 2nd hard day. Met couple at monument who were doing the PW. Also on to Edge End Moor.PeterD11/05/2018
PW on LejogKatbus 2711/05/2018
With G. Cragg Vale > Stoodley Pike via Withens Clough > Hebden Bridge > Cragg ValeRT197017/04/2018
Sunset with Rosie and Samvegibagger24/02/2018
Good and plentiful parking at end of road to Higher Stoodley Farm. Gives a bit of extra height. Up steeply to impressive tower. Then on to Edge End Moor. Easy going.Campbell Singer30/01/2018
Parked on neale street in hebden bridge after work. Up through woods bagged edge end on way upThe-Z-Man11/01/2018
Parked at Station Road car park in Hebden Bridge. Walked along Pinnacle Lane and up to Edge End Moor. Good footpaths. Up to Stoodley Pike then back along Dick's Lane. I also bagged the summit of Law Hill on the way down. I wonder why this hill is not a Tump? There is a tiny 390m contour ring by the wall on OL21. With Alfie.Dangerous Dave19/12/2017
Climbed from Hebden Bridgeadiosboss12/11/2017
Stoodley Pike, Edge End Moor from Withens Clough Reservoir.RobertP01/10/2017
Stone at summitAdrian23/07/2017
On Pennine way with Alfmick12/07/2017
4/7 (Rishworth Moor/Mansfield End/Blake Moor/Stoodley Pike/Brown Wardle Hill/Boulsworth Hill (Lad Law)/Longridge Fell)Fergalh10/06/2017
On Pennine Waynickywood109/04/2017
4th hill of 5 on a tiring but rewarding route from Mytholmroyd to Hebden Bridge, climbing Crow Hill and Manshead End, dropping down to the Turvin Road and then down to cross Turvin Clough, NE over White Holme Drain, West to explore the Woolpack Stones, North to summit Blake Moor then over to the Little Holder Stones (with Trig) then N NE to cross Warland Drain and then the tough traverse over Withers Moor and Withens Clough, with high tussocky grass and boggy terrain before linking up with the Todmorden Centenary Way to the summit. Somebody has dropped a large stone, on or near the summit. I went on to climb to the gallery area of Stoodley Pike (apparently sheep shelter in the stairwell so Baaaa careful. Descent following ridge NE. Next and final hill: Edge End Moor.Dazingdale11/03/2017
The Spine Challenger 2017Yanndroid16/01/2017
Third re-bag, first tick on hill bagging!Gill12/09/2016
With Pete. And many other times.richardsun12/06/2016
Mankinholes - Stoodley Pike - Warland Resr - Warland - Shore Moor - Freeholds Top - Walsden - Langfield Edge - Mankinholesdavidpettit8422/05/2016
with Emma, Jack, Tom, Chris and Bella (Patterdale!)bobthorp08/04/2016
Pennine Way Standedge to Hebden Bridge.peter4lc27/02/2016
Ran up during Calder Valley ROund. Have visited lots of times previously, incl Pennine Way 1990.stever31/01/2016
Spine Race 2016 - Pennine WayRichCranswick09/01/2016
Summited during Spine Racedc9608/01/2016
Section of the Pennine Way complete - Blackstone Edge Reservoir to Charlestown.Erika14/03/2015
Spine RaceJim T10/01/2015
Most recent of dozens of visits.Mac.Hawk29/11/2014
With Jo, from Hebden Bridge: Edge End Moor, Stoodley Pike. Weather; low cloud, drizzle, cool wind, poor visibility.amblerbob25/10/2014
Wonderful walk in very windy weather.198414/09/2014
Part of Ebden Bridge to Edale runMick299118/07/2014
Up from Lumbutts on circular Hannon walk on grand Spring day.Better views from monument.With Bridget and Oscar.catman18/05/2014
With Catman and Oscar.rosiebridge18/05/2014
With Bridget and Catman.oscarrosie18/05/2014
PWNick Caunt09/09/2013
Parked near SD 96472 24393 then took bridleway NNE towards Edge End Moor, Lower Rough Head Farm, Stoodley Pike and finally on to Blake Moor to bag the trig point which is surrounded by reservoirs and catchment drain that can be tricky to cross twice to return to starting point.Dugswell206/08/2013
From Todmorden, down to Hebden and back along the canal. W/- IG,TM,JM, DH.gary.jones402/12/2012
402mThe Grouse02/12/2012