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Name:Parkhouse Hill North Top
Hill number:16599
Height:362m / 1188ft
Parent (Ma):2812  Shining Tor
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Derbyshire (CoU)
Catchment:Trent
Class:Tump (300-399m)
(Tu,3)
Grid ref:SK 08103 67258
Summit feature:rock
Drop:36m
Col:326m  SK080670  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 119
(1:25k) OL24W
Observations:top of tumulus 35m SW at SK 08073 67245 is lower
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 84 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
After the main top, from the roadside.DanMaisieBex31/08/2019
Parked on the grass as it was a dry day at 07729 67017 and did a circuit of Parkhouse Hill, Parkhouse Hill N.Top and Chrome Hill.clivevilla23/07/2019
Ascended from Chrome Hill on the way back to Earl Sterndale with this being the fifth Tump of the day.JohnW05/09/2018
Hill walking day.simonshrewsbury30/12/2017
Part of a circuit of hills south of Buxton Lime Quarry. Starting and finishing at Brandside Parish Hall.BobHancock20/11/2017
Earl Sterndale circular with Steve G.Smudge04/11/2017
Parked on verge on minor road then Chrome Hill and Parkhouse Hill - both tops. The first two summits are real gems - spectacular steep little craggy hills.Crib Goch28/08/2017
Parked in Earl Sterndale. Chrome Hill, Parkhouse Hill & Parkhouse Hill North Top. The Quiet Woman Pub must be the most old fashioned pub in the UK.David Evans28/08/2017
A post lunch bag from the footpath south of Harley Grange (easy parking) to Glutton Grange, up the hill, down the NW ridge, and across a wall/barbed wire, and E to the outbound path. Easy bagging.Gill20/08/2017
with Gill S.Adrian20/08/2017
From southvegibagger24/04/2017
part of the cloudy, February walk over chrome and parkhouse hill, very dramatic hills!Joel45105/02/2017
Ample parking to the south west by the cattle grid at the end of the open access land,(alt 928ft). Good path from here leads to the summit.0.9 miles return, 40 minutes 458 ft ascent for both hills.moorsman19/01/2017
Parked at side of road- Thirkelow Rocks, High Edge, Hollins Hill, Chrome Hill, Nab End, Parkhouse Hill, North Top, Aldery Cliff, High Wheeldon, Dow Low, Hind Low, Upper Edge. On overcast day with Mart & DaisyJohn Eley03/12/2016
21km/13 mile walk with John & Daisy. Thirkelow Rocks, High Edge, Hollins Hill, Chrome Hill, Nab End, Parkhouse Hill, Parkhouse Hill North Top, Alderley Cliff, High Wheeldon, Dow Low [Brier Low], Hind Low, Upper Edge. Missed Booth Hill. Parked on roadside grass approx SK 0496 6939. 6°C AVG, 7 km/h AVG, overcast. Entered concrete bunker on High Edge which provided 3 great framed views. I was unaware of the water res. underneath Upper Edge, John boldly started to walk across fibreglass roof & hurriedly ran off with at the loud sound of cracking.Rotorslap03/12/2016
Number two of six summits on this walk. Mostly sunny, some cloud, one shower. High Wheeldon (422m), Parkhouse Hill North Top (362m), Parkhouse Hill (375m), Chrome Hill (443m), High Edge (462m) and Hollins Hill (450m) from Longnor. Distance = 19.57km. Average moving speed = 3.7km/h. Time moving = 5:13. Ascent = 768m.paulnewby8122/10/2016
Easy climb from Parkhouse Hill. More nettles.Campbell Singer11/10/2016
Nettles and tumulusDenise 04/07/2016
Fine views of Parkhouse Hill and Chrome Hill. High point grass /rocky lump 30m NE of vague square of low limestone rocks (Tumulus?)RichardM04/07/2016
Part of a hill bagging session around Earl Sterndale in cold & clear weather.Dan Unwin28/02/2016
Parkhouse Hill, Chrome Hill, and High Wheeldon starting from Longnor and tackling East to West anticlockwisehillexplorer04/10/2015
Along with Chrome Hill the shapely Parkhouse Hills are geologically the remains of an atoll (a 'reef knoll') which is believed to have existed during the Carboniferous period (300 million years ago)when what is now the Peak District was covered by a tropical sea. The surrounding rocks are much softer and so can be preferentially eroded. Chrome and Parkhouse lie at the divide between limestone and the much softer shale. On access land which I gained from Glutton Grange Farm (aka the Etihad Stadium as a proud sign announced confirmed by a large Man City flag flying from a flag pole)Chris Pearson10/08/2015
2nd hill of 8 today starting on A5270 (Transpeak bus from Derby) via Chelmorton, Nether Low, fp skirting Brier Low quarry, fp towards Hind Low and then South on descrnding ridgeline, meeting minor road Nw of Harley Grange then fp into Hatch a way, over 2 gates two gates to enter access land and climbing West to Summit. Apart from Tumulus there is another high spot about 15 m south. Great views of Chrome and Parkhouse hills.Dazingdale11/06/2015
Excellent walk from Earl Sterndale to Chrome Hill,Parkhouse Hill North Top and Parkhouse Hill.Lots of walkers about today.With Oscar and Catman.rosiebridge10/05/2015
With Catman and Bridget.oscarrosie10/05/2015
With Oscar and Bridget.catman10/05/2015
Glorious Easter Monday. Not much to write home about this one. Descended off Parkhouse Hill to the north and a gate in the wall gives you access. Circle of stones marks the summit. An over protective sheep stood up on hind legs to protect her lambs so we made a sharp exit.W111KYB06/04/2015
On the Hollinsclough Hills circuit with JulesMypoorblisters06/04/2015
From Glutton Grange. Glad I did this before the main top, would have been a drag to backtrack.Martin R17/02/2015
From SK075678 then up W ridge of Parkhouse Hill before descending E ridge to reach N Top via the col.summitsup20/07/2014
After Parkhouse Hill. Circle of stones at top (but not a stone circle).Aye Jimmy25/06/2014
After a drink in the Quiet Woman, down the dale and through the farm, where the recent rain had supercharged all the springs and created foot-deep rivers along all the paths. Up to the saddle between the two hills, and then lunch in the ring of stones at the top.DanHolme16/02/2014
Walked via Hitter Hill from Earl Sterndale.Wheelsy24/11/2012
from NE, tk then beeline, crossing P15m top, 1 wall. Then on to ParkhouseRHW18/11/2012
Parked in Earl Sterndale opposite the Quiet Woman at SK 09046 66992. A fabulous Peak District walk taking in some fine shapely hills. Hitter Hill - Parkhouse Hill - Chrome Hill - Parkhouse Hill N Top - Brier Low - High Wheeldon.David Gradwell26/06/2011
With Mum. A great P30 circuit in a surprising corner of the Peak District; Glutton Bridge - Parkhouse Hill - Parkhouse Hill N Top - Chrome Hill - High Edge - Hollins Hill - valley to Glutton Bridge.Mark Jackson13/12/2009
Not as good as Parkhouse Hill, by a very long way, but still a pleasant place to be.Jake99418/12/2004
petey01/01/1990
jimbloomer07/06/2019
Andy West08/04/2019
Nick Canute18/03/2019
BaggerGutt24/11/2018
Mike Backler07/09/2018
mae03/08/2018
steve1856619/06/2018
karlhaywood01/02/2018
SteveG04/11/2017
chalky195301/11/2017
stevedixon18/09/2017
Archie30/07/2017