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Name:Hazelton Clump
Hill number:16624
Height:335m / 1099ft
Parent (Ma):2812  Shining Tor
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Staffordshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (300-399m)
Grid ref:SK 12512 49866
Summit feature:base of large sycamore
Col:299m  SK122499  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 119
(1:25k) 259W
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 39 users)ByDate of Ascent
Made it up before darkness fellJack Richards28/12/2018
1.7 mile there-and-back walk from parking place on road west of Blore, followed footpath around side of Hazelton Clump then across fields and up to Musden Low trig, came back the same way with divert to Hazelton Clump, had to cross fence under barbed wire to access summit, dull and cloudy. Earlier that day re-bagged Thorpe Cloud in a 9.9 mile walk.DanTrig26/12/2018
as for Moorponderarranc11/03/2018
Initially paths over sheep pasture from Blore Pasture car park (free) then up over derelict limestone walls to summit hill fort ringed by fine Beech trees. Hazy views, cold.RichardM22/02/2018
2nd hill of two today, incorporated into a 6.5 mile circular walk from Ilam park with Lesley. We took a route through Musden wood to Calton Green, Upper Green House to Musden Low then by a series of fences but only one climb over a barbed wire fence. I spotted a break in the series of boundary fences guarding the summit. The inside area of trees have been harvested leaving the perimeter trees including the Summit close to the sycamore tree. We had some snacks sitting on one of the fallen branches before braving the cold wind on a beautifully sunny day, descending East to follow track then onto lane before heading NE on fp to another minor lane taking fp down to St. Bertram's bridge and back to the start in Ilam park.Dazingdale07/01/2018
Musden Low followed by Hazelton Clump after parking to the SSE of Hazelton Clump with Martin.Dugswell204/11/2017
As others, from the SE. Along BW, through gate, northwards up side of wall. Over hurdle at the top to get round the wall and BWF that forms the S boundary of the copse. Lovely atmospheric summit,Moorponder23/10/2017
1/10 Having finished work early and with another sunny day warming up I reasoned I could get stuck in to the tops around The Manifold valley. I had planned on doing the ten tops as a continuous round but with the weather being so hot I felt I'd not be able to carry enough fluids. So split them up into bite size walks. This top along with Musden Low became the first ones of the day. Parked at start of footpath to South of top. Straightforward enough. No views from the top of course..stig_nest26/05/2017
Afternoon ascent after a nearby orienteering event.JohnW01/03/2017
Parking for Hazelton Clump and Musden Low small layby SK 12628 49486. Route as per David Gradwell.David Evans13/02/2017
Parking at the start of the footpath to the SE. Follow this alongside the fenceline until the first gate. From here head upwards across a broken wall. Easy walk with no obstaclesmoorsman20/01/2017
Musden Low and Hazelton Clump from SE.RobertP27/11/2016
On return from Musden Low. Cattle in summit copse.Campbell Singer03/11/2016
Late Sunday pass out to get out to 2 local hills just over the border in Staffs. Easy from ROW starting just above Blore . Nice views of Dovedale and Manifold ValleysMark Sims31/07/2016
F/p from SE then field leading to large open copse. Summit at W end 5m from hollow tree, fence lying on ground.Aye Jimmy15/03/2016
Parked easily at the brow of the hill at 131 494. Path then pasture - probably numerous cows in the season.destaylor04/01/2016
Easy open grass pasture from SE to large tree clump.Good views of Thorpe Cloud whose summit can be seen to be same level as the surrounding high valley edges.Chris Pearson26/07/2015
Small layby to south at SK 12628 49486. Public footpath to first wall then followed this north up to wooded summit enclosure. Highest point at base of large sycamore at SK 12514 49865. Returned to footpath same way then carried on to Musden Low.David Gradwell29/03/2015
From east side, across mined ground and through the trees to hummock. Lovely hill, would have liked to have had time to have a look at the cave on the north side.DanHolme02/01/2015
Easy access from FP to east.Tree clump ringed by tenuous two strand fence. Summit obvious hummock at far side of wood.ngthack26/11/2014
333M, 3M, fence in beech copse, nice summit. from S, parking, up bank, 1 fence.RHW18/03/2012
Easy access from path around the sout side of the hill with one fence to climb. Typical round limestone hill with a coppice and earthworks atop. Gorgeous pastureland walking down to Blore and Ilam.Jake99404/04/2010
Nick Canute15/04/2019
Alan Caine20/10/2018
carole engel28/01/2018
Martin R04/11/2017
andrew brown18/03/2017
Neil Haslewood17/08/2016
Edwin Gradwell29/03/2015
Alex C14/07/2014