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Name:Nab End
Hill number:16600
Height:361m / 1184ft
Parent (Ma):2812  Shining Tor
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Staffordshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (300-399m)
Grid ref:SK 07855 66180
Summit feature:no feature
Col:296m  SK100643  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 119
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 41 users)ByDate of Ascent
Day walk with Peter. Met at Etwall then in P's car to park in Hollingsclough at SK 065664. Route was Booth Farm, Booth Hill, High Edge summit, access land to Chrome Hill, Parkhouse Hill, Parkhouse North Top, Glutton Bridge, Nabend summit. Light cloud with sunny intervals, dry, chilly breeze. walked approx 3:30. Fish n chips in Ashbourne on way home.Skip05/03/2020
Straightforward from the south except care needed with the walls - excellent viewpoint.JohnW05/09/2019
Hill number six, easy approach from the road to the S. Good views of Parkhouse & Chrome Hills.DanMaisieBex31/08/2019
Nick Canute18/03/2019
As for Aye Jimmy.arranc27/09/2017
From lane/gate. Quick up and back through longish grass. A fairly decent spot if an undistinguished summit but you wish you were on one of the tops just over the way..stig_nest19/05/2017
Grassy field from southvegibagger24/04/2017
Parking: To the South SK 07839 65826. Route as Aye Jimmy.David Evans20/03/2017
andrew brown16/02/2017
By a stroke of luck the farmer was just entering his field in a tractor. I asked if he would mind me following in his tracks and photographing the distant hills from the highest point at the end. No problems as there was no crops or animals in it.moorsman19/01/2017
Just one gate from minor road to south and follow wall on leftMark Sims02/01/2017
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
Started from barn to south. Easy access via gates or gaps.Campbell Singer30/11/2016
Part of a hill bagging session around Earl Sterndale in cold & clear weather.Dan Unwin28/02/2016
From S near brow of hill, as othersRobertP15/08/2015
Pastoral peacefulness far from the madding crowd. Gates from lane top to a good viewpoint. Below at Glutton Bridge hamlet is the unlikely location of the British Caving Library (visitors welcome by appointment)They have over 12,000 items including books, journals, maps, surveys and DVDs with complete runs of The British Caver and Descent and 328 non-UK journal titles including titles such as the wonderfully named Spelunca & Speleologia.Chris Pearson10/08/2015
3rd hill of 8 today. Starting from the bus stop on A5270 then Chelmorton, Nether Low, Parkhouse hill North top, descending to col dividing Parkhouse hill and then path to minor road (after lunch near a large pinnacle). Took fp over Dove and then veered off to climb steep hill to fence, over this and summit a few metres away.Dazingdale11/06/2015
Alan Caine22/05/2015
carole engel12/03/2015
From S, parked by gate near brow of hill. Walked W for 25m to second gate, through this and followed wall to near summit. Over fence into field with rounded summit.Aye Jimmy13/09/2014
Stan The Man19/01/2014
Longnor - Nab End - Brand End - Thirkelow Rocks - High Edge - Upper Edge - Parkhouse Hill - Aldery Cliff - Longnordavidpettit8426/10/2013
from S, gate, easy fence crossing to highest ptRHW18/11/2012
Easy stroll from the road to the south. Great views over the Upper Dove valley.Jake99420/05/2006