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Name:Blake Low
Hill number:16628
Height:330m / 1083ft
Parent (Ma):2812  Shining Tor
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Derbyshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (300-399m)
Grid ref:SK 22070 60228
Summit feature:ground by trig point
Col:300m  SK204593  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 119
(1:25k) OL24E
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 47 users)ByDate of Ascent
Elton circular. NW to E traverse.Smudge18/01/2020
On bike from Belper. Grey, but clear.davechaffey31/05/2019
An easy and very short walk from the gate on the road. Interesting mining history, and a great panoramic view.jenx14/02/2019
Short stroll with Jenx and Bryher, no vegetation issues, short grass and pathsnordicstar14/02/2019
Horribly overgrown. Made it still but was tough going. Faint track from the main road over the metal gate. Full day running from Cromford to Matlock (35k) with hill tops inc Harboro Rocks, Longcliffe Hill, Slipper Low, Minninglow Hill, Blake Low, Blakelow Hill, Masson Hill. With L1bby.Fionalevey14/08/2018
Here for the trigpoint Elton Common, TP:UK log: Wasn't on the list for today but expert bagger and local expert on hand equals extra bonus trigsthejackrustles05/07/2018
As Moorsman.There is a faint track most of the way,but if not deep grass,thistles and nettles.catman01/07/2018
Short walk on a grey morning after parking on the minor road to the SE. Former lead mining area so do not eat the grass.Dugswell212/01/2018
Parking on the road to the east from where the trig is visible. Over a wooden gate then direct walk to the trig. Only 10 minutes return (If that)moorsman28/11/2017
As David Gradwell.David Evans15/10/2017
From Elton, on a blisteringly hot day. Up the footpath running up the west side, then off piste to the top, and back down the road. Shorts not recommended, lots of stinging nettles. Route not recommended either, too much barbed wire and mine spoil to negotiate. No point being purist, just bag it from the road. Carried on to Anthony Hill, which is much, much better.Gill25/05/2017
As CS. A circular walk from Elton. Gratton Moor first then anti clockwise finishing on Blake Low. Great view on a sunny day like today.Moorponder04/05/2017
Solosimon and co01/02/2017
Parked next to information board. Over gate straight to trig. Very easy.Campbell Singer28/09/2016
Bus to Elton and walk up road and quick hop over fence to trig.trimarc207/09/2016
Parked on road next to common and very close the hill summit - good information board about areas past then through gate and wade through the long grass to attain the summit and (trig 3 of 3).briandavies12/06/2016
First of four today. From the gate by the display board to the east.Wheelsy07/02/2016
A wildlife haven around trig with very long grass and thistles among the hollows with brashings placed to encourage insects and wildlife. A display board on the roadside explains lead mining sites close by.Chris Pearson10/08/2015
3rd hill of 6 today, starting 2miles from Newhaven then climbing Aleck Low, Gratton moor and then Gratton Moor, climbing back: Gratton dale and back on a bearing over two fields and visit the trig pillar before continuing onto a minor road that leads into Elton~Dazingdale04/06/2015
Parked on minor road to east at SK 22192 60199. Easy there and back bag.David Gradwell30/03/2015
Very short walk from info board and layby to trig.Aye Jimmy07/02/2015
A quick hop up a field from Moor Lane does the job. Good views and combines nicely with Gratton Dale.Jake99413/05/2006
roughish pasture, nice view, some v cute curious black sheep. from gate to E, park on verge RHW25/03/2006
Alan Caine01/06/2019
Nick Canute14/03/2019
Martin R07/01/2018
andrew brown16/08/2017
Neil Haslewood02/10/2016
Mark Sims23/01/2016
George Gradwell30/03/2015
Edwin Gradwell30/03/2015
carole engel12/10/2011