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Name:Priestcliffe Low
Hill number:16567
Height:384m / 1260ft
Parent (Ma):2812  Shining Tor
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Derbyshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (300-399m)
Grid ref:SK 13507 71914
Summit feature:grassy mound
Col:353m  SK134717  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 119
(1:25k) OL24W
Observations:there are several mounds in the vicinity
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 28 users)ByDate of Ascent
Short walk from cottage in Miller's Dale.Mark Jackson08/09/2019
Sunny walk by the tourist route and the old tyres are still there.Dugswell210/01/2018
Easy access through three open gates to the SW.Moorponder07/09/2017
Bumped into Andrew Brown for the first time.Adrian09/07/2017
Parked at bend in road by track SK 13350 71767. Route as Aye Jimmy.David Evans21/05/2017
Fourth and final tump of the day as part of a 20k tab with Mart. Very tranquil though overlooking some busy roads.John Eley12/03/2017
As other users. No access problems at all.moorsman21/01/2017
Parked on the bend at entrance to Long Lane. Steep and short. 15 minutes up and down.Campbell Singer14/12/2016
L stroked the cows and calves whilst I made a short dash for the top through two gates just down the Limestone Way. We had passed by along this track 3 years ago as darkness fell doing the 56 mile Bullock Smithy hike. Another long walk now back to the car at Ashford via Taddington with a 20 minute spell with a search and rescue sea king helicopter going around and around overhead (training?)Chris Pearson11/07/2015
1st hill of 5 today. Alighted from Transpeak bus at the Waterloo pub,on to the Limestone way and as 'Aye Jimmy',over one gate and two open ones to reach summit. Descent over fence following dry stone wall down but veering off south to go over gate onto Priestcliffe road.Dazingdale25/03/2015
Parked at bend in road to SW of hill. North along Limestone Way for about 80m to gate, through this and two more open ones onto hill. Summit mounds almost overtopped by a huge pile of old tyres!Aye Jimmy26/09/2014
from W, fence, gate.RHW17/03/2013
carole engel25/10/2017
andrew brown09/07/2017
Neil Haslewood24/09/2016
Mark Sims21/02/2016
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