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Name:Bridge-end Pasture
Hill number:16558
Height:392m / 1286ft
Parent (Ma):2807  Kinder Scout
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Derbyshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (300-399m)
Grid ref:SK176879 (est)
Col:355m  SK170885  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 110
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 104 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
As part of a Fairholmes to Bamford linear walk with James. Easy footpaths hereabouts, view restricted by low cloud.JOHNS30/11/2019
With Alexjthomson6nr930/07/2019
Sunny, snowy and indistinct HP in undulating sheep pasture with good views. By Abney we thought the HP was not the reservoir but a tussock a little way NE. From Crook Hill and on to Alport castle.Denise 30/01/2019
2 of 4 on 21 mile epic walk including crook hill, bridge end pasture, the tower and Alport moor with JordanThe-Z-Man10/11/2018
Ladybower circular: Bridge-end Pasture, Hagg Farm, Hope Cross, Win HillRedAndy5420/05/2018
Parked to the SSE for free then back east along road to use footpath to Crookhill Farm, then Crook Hill and Bridge-end Pasture. Bagged the rough pasture, green pasture and reservoir HPs. Return by the same route.Dugswell211/01/2018
Crook Hill and Bridge-End Pasture: Parking at Ladybower aqueduct car park SK 187 876. Gentle 2 hour stroll - lovely sunny morning.David Evans24/09/2017
Pleasant walk from Ladybower Reservoir-Hagg Farm path-Bridge-end Pasture-Crook Hill.With Bridget and Oscar.catman20/08/2017
With Catman and Oscar.rosiebridge20/08/2017
With Catman and Bridget.oscarrosie20/08/2017
On a 5 mile circular walk taking in Bridge-end Pasture and Crook HillDelta6802/07/2017
Found the reservoir hatches on the grassy mound next to the path!! Continued to Alport Castles and The Tower.John Eley10/06/2017
As part of a long 23 mile walk around the Derwent Valley skylinehillexplorer28/04/2017
In conjunction with Crook Hill. Featureless in the fog. Thought about an illicit short cut straight back down to Ladybower but the walls are high and solid and I couldn't see any gates in the gloom. The farmer was also around in the mist so I decided that route of return was the way I had arrived. Not very exciting.Campbell Singer17/01/2017
On a linear walk from Bamford to Glossopalistairpooler04/12/2016
From LadybowerMrChris198017/11/2016
As part of a walk around Upper Derwent Valleyhillexplorer20/10/2016
High point appeared to be by the path not the water tank but both points visited.Alan Caine20/09/2016
Lovely route from won hillejjohnstone20/09/2016
With Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel, Alfie, Ralph & Louis.Dangerous Dave11/09/2016
Mountain Bike Ride from Ladybower up to Alport castlesMarkGD04/09/2016
From bridge on A57 by row on west side then down Hagg Side to Fairholmes. Followed by walk along reservoir and then up Howden Dean to Lost Lad and Back Tor. Then along Derwent Edge and down to pub.SS14/08/2016
With Effievictimofmathema10/06/2016
Solo from Back Tor. Crossed valley below the dam. On to Crook Hill.Aimless Rambler16/05/2016
Ascent from layby at Derwent Viaduct with Julian Brooksbank via Crook Hill Farm and Crook Hill en route to Alport Castles. Land to west of path between path and underground tanks which are covered by manhole chambers give higher GPS readings than any land to east of path. Summit at N53 23.220 W1 43.689. Total 14.82 mile walk with return from Alport Castles via Alport Dale, crossing A57 then path alongside River Ashop Diversion Channel to follow bridleway to south of River Ashop/Ladybower Reservoir, crossing Ladybower Dam Wall to return to car via Ashop Viaduct.pwhitaker_196629/02/2016
very easy walk from Crook hill..good view of the Edale valley and back to Crook hill.steven ruffles22/02/2016
From the Forestry car park due north (alt 708ft). A straightforward walk that offers no real difficulty at all. Initial path starts actually from the car park and is mostly a stoned surface. 3.88 miles to include Crook Hill.moorsman27/01/2016
Circuit of reservoirsMypoorblisters05/07/2015
14 mile walk from car park north of Crookhill farm, Walked along Ladybower, Derwent and Howden Reservoirs, bagged Westend Moor trig, along the ridge past Alport Castles all the way down to Bridge End Pasture and Crook Hill back to the car park.DanTrig24/06/2015
Second ascent. After doing the superior Crook HillAdrian26/04/2015
Not much of a summit rather than a walk up a field. Did as a part of a small circular taking in Crook Hill. Good little walk all the same.W111KYB05/04/2015
From parking area at east end of Snake Pass. Walked up the hill straight behind the car park - not recommended, steep, slippery and you then have two high dry stone walls to contend with, the first of them one topped with barbed wire. Took the longer route back past the farm to Ladybower which was much more pleasant!the_adam14/03/2015
From Lockerbrook Farm with school group.Wheelsy21/02/2015
Snowy walk around Upper Derwent Reservoirhillexplorer31/01/2015
With Jo, from Ladybower Reservoir (Fairholmes): Bridge–end Pasture, Crook Hill. Weather; cloudy, windy, mild, good visibility.amblerbob26/10/2014
Shire Hill, Bleaklow Head, Alport Moor, Bridge-end Pasture, Crook Hillkeithouk20/07/2014
From second carpark N from viaduct by Ladybower. Gravel track then directly up wood, over fence to pasture. Highest point seemed to be next to path, not the 'official' summit, nor the nearby reservoir.Aye Jimmy17/07/2014
Started at Ladybower carpark, up Win Hill and down again, then on to Bridge-End Pasture followed by Crook Hill before dropping back down to the carpark. Nice 8.5 mile circular.BobHancock11/07/2014
From NE by Ladybower Reservoir. Very flat top.RobertP11/06/2014
Last hill climbed as part of Derwent Edge circular from Fairholmes. Agree with RHW that water tank seems to be the highest point.If so then the location given for the summit is not correct.Dazingdale13/04/2014
Water tank in pasture. With Crook Knoll. From NE prob best as farmer doesn't like shortcutting.RHW17/03/2013
Car park above Ladybower Reservoir at SK 18703 87638. Crook Hill S Top - Crook Hill - Bridge-end PastureDavid Gradwell06/01/2013
From Heatherdene. With Amanda & Joanna.Richard Gunn25/08/2012
I believe so....Flipperfeet30/07/2011
Tony & BrendaBAPPA130/05/2010
On a nice stroll from the Visitor Centre, which later took me up the Crook Hills and back home via Bamford.DanHolme15/10/2007
Date approx - university walking clubAshley01/01/2006
On way to Alport Castles.Wheelsy23/07/2005
With Crook Hill as a kid. Quite a nice viewpoint but the best bit is the delectable col above Lockerbrook Farm.Jake99423/02/2003
25K run around Ladybower - Rob Small, John Bagge, Jeff, Simon Fairmaner -training for KIMM. I was -my 1st run for 'ages' strong wind. Hard and wet underfoot 4 and half hours.Chris Pearson29/09/1996