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Name:Lean Low
Hill number:16555
Height:394m / 1293ft
Parent (Ma):2812  Shining Tor
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Derbyshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (300-399m), Clem
Grid ref:SK 14958 62239
Summit feature:trig point
Col:351m  SK165600  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 119
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Observations:tumulus 4m S may not be on natural summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 29 users)ByDate of Ascent
Field path from the S to farm were permission sort of given to visit the summit as there was some doubt whether it was on their land. Hard to imagine it isn't. Very muddy track through wood to summit pasture with mound and trig to N. Horizontal sleet.RichardM28/01/2020
Parked at Parsley Hay Car Park. Tissington trail - then across fields.David Evans12/01/2019
Here for the trigpoint. TP:UK log: Drove up to farm and asked at farmhouse. Owner doesn’t own farm but informed us farmer wasn’t in but it should be ok and just to be careful with the cows as they had calves.thejackrustles08/07/2018
Parking at the Parsley Hay car park (alt 336m)which gives access to the Pennine Bridleway. Follow this as far as an obvious cutting from where you can cross the fields to the summit. 3.92 km return. 60 minutes, 128m acscent.moorsman08/03/2018
£1.50 to park for one hour at the Parsley Hay car park then down the Tisssington Trail under railway bridge then through undergrowth to get into sheep field via one of two areas where the wall has fallen down. Then just a double fence to negotiate with quiet suckler cattle to gain trig and Tump summit just through open gate.Dugswell202/11/2017
Drove up to farmyard to seek permission. Nobody at home except barking dogs. Slipped round the houses to the left and over a gate and easily up to top. Farmer arrived as I returned to car but wasn't interested in what I was doing.Campbell Singer11/10/2016
From Parsley Hay car park down High Peak Trail and Tisssington Trail then cut off half left up pasture after cutting and bridge to gain trig - one awkward wall and followed by sheep again- think they must have been expecting food !Mark Sims01/01/2016
From road to E at f/p sign, then directly to summit, tricky in places. Visibility barely 100m so no views today.Aye Jimmy10/02/2015
I drove up to the farm and found someone to ask permission from who told me a way up through the wood though on returning I was questioned by another farmer there. Another nice peak near the trig.Father Ted08/02/2015
I left this one 6 months ago because of access doubts. Beautiful day today with snow and sun. Parked at Pasley Hay: No problem reaching the top from just S of the railway cuttingGordonAdshead04/02/2015
Penultimate hill climbed today,accessed by climbing off the Pennine Bridleway from the)West. Started at Hartington and climbed ; Carder low,Pilsbury Castle Hill and Bruntmoort,U.K.Dazingdale19/01/2015
24 trigs in a day in White Peak -the lazy way, driving between them, then dashing up and down. Tut tut - but fun.Chris Pearson27/01/2002
ascent OK (under cover of mist!), good tumulus, pleasant summit, doubtless good view esp to W. from FP/rd jct to E RHW08/12/2001
andrew brown31/01/2018
Alex C02/11/2017
Alan Caine22/05/2015
carole engel12/10/2011
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