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Name:Weaver Hills
Hill number:16587
Height:372m / 1220ft
Parent (Ma):2812  Shining Tor
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Staffordshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (300-399m)
Grid ref:SK 09452 46399
Summit feature:ground 5m NW of trig point
Col:330m  SK 0722 4773  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 119 128
(1:25k) 259W
Observations:ground 15m NNW at SK 09449 46413 may be as high
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 61 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Path over wet pasture from Wooton cricket ground.RichardM11/11/2019
Convenient village CP at SK 10386 45194, then ROW up Gidacre Lane. Warm sunny day with great views including Long Mynd and Brown Clee. Shame about the quarries. With Tol and Felix. 153m ascentRoguePulsar27/09/2018
as Aye Jimmy.arranc18/06/2018
1st of 5 tumps (plus a potential new one) on a route from Middle Mayfield (Swift bus from Derby) to Leek, 28km with 986m cum. ascent/descent. Conditions, mild with drizzle. I climbed in and out of Stanton wood to Stanton village continuing on fp N of Hobble Wood, S of Softlow wood to then intercept footpath near 365m spot height and from there to access land and the summit- misty, starting to clear. Nice feel. Walked all bumps nearby then descended Wnw curving around perimeter of crop field, to climb over wall to gain permissive path on flanks of Wardlow Quarry en-route to Cauldon Lowe, now in glorious sunshine.Dazingdale17/02/2018
Grey morning again, walked up after parking on the minor road to the ESE.Dugswell214/01/2018
Quick run up to check the area.Jack Richards30/12/2017
Parked at cattle gate on road to east and nice pleasant walk to trig and summit.Alan Caine04/11/2017
Walked up from the bus at Ellastone, via the delightfully named 'Raddlepits'. From the E on RoW, make for the stile to enter access land at SK 09554 46453. Driving drizzle and cloudbasewell below the hilltop, not a great view but very atmospheric today !Moorponder23/10/2017
From road S. No issues. Short grass,stiles and gates. Sheep, goats,cows and horses. Trig pillar is in good nick. A very very fine view. Power station out Derby way as well as the Rugely one. Not even that clear an evening. Came back over the tumulii tops.stig_nest19/05/2017
Walked West from parking spot on Back Lane. Wonderful quiet countryside and great views apart from the usual quarry in limestone country.John Eley06/04/2017
Parking: Near start of p/f, grass verge on very minor road SK 10440 46299.David Evans13/02/2017
Easy parking to the east where the path starts (alt 1102 ft). All the open access is pasture land which appears rather confusing!. Follow the footpath across several fields until the right angled bend in the fenceline NE of the summit. A gate here gives easy access to the summit near the trig. 1.46 miles return. 30 minutes, 187 ft ascent.moorsman20/01/2017
From just south of Weaver Farm. Pleasant walk over pasture. Superb views over Trent Valley shrouded in early morning mist.Campbell Singer03/11/2016
Via footpath through Wardlow QuarryTony J29/08/2016
Followed the path and track around the edge of Wardlow Quarry and then slogged up from North Wood. Followed the footpath to the N of the hill back towards Wardlow.Wheelsy11/08/2016
Great views across to East Midlands.Ramblingpaul15/05/2016
Took Back Lane out of Wootton till ESE of hill then f/p signs. New fence being erected. Nice summit.Aye Jimmy15/03/2016
3 mile circular from Wootton, followed footpaths to summit and trig then along ridge to minor road back into Wootton, pouring with rain most of the time, bagged Birchenough Hill next that day.DanTrig10/12/2015
Last hill of day: 13x tumps anticlockwise round StoneGordonAdshead20/08/2014
Circular walk from Wootton. This is a superb viewpoint and one of my local TUMPS.simon and co30/03/2014
On a circular walk through Wootton Lodge Park, Wootton and Ramshorn.summitsup23/08/2013
A delightful walk up from Ellastone, via Wootton and the access land. To be able to see from the Wrekin to Kinder and from Charnwood Forest to the Welsh mountains, all from one spot, is a hell of a view!DanHolme06/08/2013
From small grassy lay-by just south of Wootton village centre at SK 10583 44855.David Gradwell27/11/2005
Circular walk from Alton Towers.Richard Gunn30/06/2001
w/e to Shropshire. Slept in car at Church Stretton then with sore recovering achillies tendon drove (too much on narrow lanes) and walked up and down Ragleth Hill, Clee Burf, Sunny Hill, Stiperstones N Top (Landranger Map Top) and Weaver Hill (Map Top)Chris Pearson11/06/2000
This was a control point on the Octavian Droobers Churnet Valley Night Race.JohnW07/12/1974
Martin R04/12/2019
andrew brown27/02/2017
Nick Caunt24/04/2015
George Gradwell28/03/2015
Edwin Gradwell28/03/2015
carole engel29/01/2012
Neil Haslewood03/12/2011