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Name:Whitwell Moor
Hill number:16604
Height:359m / 1178ft
Parent (Ma):2807  Kinder Scout
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Sheffield (CoU)
Catchment:Don (Thorne)
Class:Tump (300-399m)
(Tu,3)
Grid ref:SK 24928 97276
Summit feature:grass mound 60m NW of trig point
Drop:32m
Col:327m  SK244974  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 110
(1:25k) OL1E
Observations:grass mound is 1m higher than ground by trig point
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 69 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
A nice approach along path from NW.jenx13/02/2019
Parking on the roadside. Lovely nr 1km stroll though heath and woods to summit with a trig and great viewsnordicstar13/02/2019
Good lay-by to NW (5 or 6 cars) SK244979David Evans10/02/2019
18.10 another darkness hill n trig. From road end to the east. Bit of a chill wind now.vegibagger05/01/2019
Long Lane car park - main track along woodland edge to the summit of Whitwell Moor (friendly lady jogger takes our photo at the summit) - Heads laner - Walderhaigh - Broomfield Reservoir (full circuit anticlockwise) - Broomfield Wood - Whitwell Moor (The Height). Return to car. A far prettier place than I expected.briandavies09/06/2018
Train, tram and bus to Deepcar, then walked up to Bolsterstone and along the ridge to the trig point. After, down to valley and up to Briery Busk.IanHHill11/01/2018
With Grandma,Ali and Oscar.lilyrosieives26/11/2017
Enjoyable circular walk from Underbank reservoir dam on cool,showery day.Good views from top.With Lily,Oscar and Bridget.catman26/11/2017
With Lily,Catman and Bridget.oscarrosie26/11/2017
With Lily,Catman and Oscar.rosiebridge26/11/2017
From the nw. Delightful beech woods and then pines to the west. Open heathland to the west with big views. Very pleasant.Campbell Singer13/11/2017
From parking to NW. HP then trig.PeterD04/09/2017
From NW with Avril and Effievictimofmathema14/05/2016
Nice views from this hillTigger424213/05/2016
Parked on layby to NW then walked along the wood edge to bag the grassy high point and then the trig with Smudge.Dugswell202/04/2016
With Dugswell. Popular dog walking spot.Smudge02/04/2016
a walk around Briery Busk, Whitwell Moor and a look at Walders Lowjoseph mitchell22/02/2016
Simple walk from car park to NW.RobertP10/01/2016
Really pleasant stroll up path alongside wood, as with others providing nice shelter from cold wind most of the way.Mark Sims08/01/2016
Good dedicated parking space to north west (alt 1089 ft) from where an excellent stoned path leads almost to the summit. 1.14 miles return. A comfortable 20 minutes return walk,moorsman15/12/2015
On way to Pike Low.Wheelsy28/07/2015
grass area.Adrian05/07/2015
fell run after workrkid8401/07/2015
4th and penultimate hill of the day with Lexi Rue my partners' Labradoodle . We started at Moscar Lodge and climbed Lodge Moor, Edgemount and after sheltering in Wharncliffe woods we climbed Wharncliffe chase and the dropped down into Stocksbridge and walked upto Bolsterstone where i had some soup and a coffee. Took Heads lane but had to shelter from storm next to A fir tree. After 25mins i pulled Lexi out and we went up the trig and the high ground before running back down to West side of Stocksbridge using paths laden with water.Dazingdale25/05/2015
From Long Lane - easy walk to summit and trigBramley06/03/2015
From lane to NW. Alongside wood, which sheltered me from a very strong wind.ngthack18/12/2014
Parked in lane to NW. Delightful walk (even in the rain) across heathery moor with good tracks to trig with plaque. Highest point short way to N, slight grassy rise.Aye Jimmy21/04/2014
Parked on layby to NW at SK 24470 97950. Good path to summit. Highest point is slight grass mound 65m NW of trig (Abney).David Gradwell02/02/2014
Broomhead Fell RaceAndySwift01/07/2011
Trigbagging: Emlin, Whitwell Moor, Ox Stones, Sir William Hill, Little Bumper Piece.DanTrig05/08/2010
Broomhead FRdickiewren12/07/2009
As part of the Dark Peak Summits, on a lovely day that also included Pike Low (which still hasn't made it onto any other lists, alas) and Wharncliffe Chase.DanHolme01/07/2007
As part of a long walk over the Ewden watershed. A lovely ridge walk and contrasting views of the moors and dale.Jake99430/05/2005
RHW07/02/2004
Trig bagging. I helped at the British Orienteering Champs below at Ewden in the days of still using pin punches. I dutifully disqualified a lot of the elite runners for a wrong pin pattern until the organiser agreed something was awry with the codes and all reinstated and a riot avoided.Chris Pearson01/07/1994
MM09/04/2019
JFRM09/04/2019
KM09/04/2019
Nick Canute11/02/2019
RichardM19/12/2018
Ben Rinnes04/12/2018
ad-lib25/12/2017
Andy West20/09/2017
andrew brown26/06/2017
holtsd29/04/2017
thenomad20/02/2017
JFRM06/10/2016
MM06/10/2016
KM06/10/2016
Alan Caine21/05/2016