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Name:Kerridge Hill
Hill number:16640
Height:313m / 1027ft
Parent (Ma):2812  Shining Tor
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Cheshire East (CoU)
Catchment:Mersey
Class:Tump (300-399m)
(Tu,3)
Grid ref:SJ 94246 75949
Summit feature:ground within 3m of trig point
Drop:71m
Col:242m  SJ944751  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 118
(1:25k) OL24W 268N
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 87 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
I walked up here to visit the trig point and find the nearby geocache.Alancache19/07/2018
Denton>Bollington + White Nancy Ascent 15.93 mileskeithybaby927/05/2018
Rainow 5 Fell RaceFlipperfeet09/05/2018
Evening run with Aaron Dane, overcast. Quick reccy of my marshalling point for Rainow 5 race on 9/5/2018.MikeGreenwood01/05/2018
Walked hundreds of timesKermit14/02/2018
From Rainowrfoster20/01/2018
P by houses on Lidgetts Rd. RoW onto ridge. Lady with baby and 2 children sledging.chrisbien08/12/2017
A lovely little ridge. White Nancy is one of the more unusual Waterloo self-congratulatory follies.summitter29/10/2017
same route as clive villaColin Crawford09/06/2017
also visited White Nancy via trigpointcjo08/01/2017
Parked in gateway to a reservoir on the minor road to the SW, over a gate, up a field then along the path along the ridge to the lovely summit.clivevilla13/12/2016
Parked in Calrowfold Lane (SJ 94371 75035) snug against the wall. Enjoyable walk. With Julie and Polly the dog.David Evans04/12/2016
Parked opposite quarry entrance. Excellent fp all the way up to pleasant summit.Campbell Singer09/11/2016
1 ascentabbo000104/11/2016
Lovely hill with great views in September sunshine- from path by quarry to west and on to White NancyMark Sims22/09/2016
On Gritstone Trailnickywood109/07/2016
In snowJohn Eley17/01/2016
Parked in layby near Billinge Quarries - Oakenbank - Old Mill - Bollington - White Nancy (Painted in its 2015 Waterloo tribute) - Kerridge Hill (& Trig) - Brookhouse - New Buildings Farm - Hordern Farm - Vale Royal - Lamaload Reservoir circuit (anticlockwise)- Yearnslow - Back of the Crofts - Rainowlow (its snowing again but we remember to stop for a jar of apricot jam)- track - cut across field and through blacthorn to lane and car.briandavies16/01/2016
Night walk from Cow Lane via White Nancy. Two days after lunar eclipse and full moon. Clear night and huge harvest moon.Lazylizzie30/09/2015
From White NancyPepandJen27/06/2015
Parked opposite quarry entrance - up narrow footpath to gently rising ridge. Excellent viewsBramley30/04/2015
From Kerridge Edge cottages.PreCambrianLife01/04/2015
Set off for Macclesfield to do a different route but had to turn back due to snow and losing the maps off the phone. Had a muddy and slippery walk from White Nancy but was worth it. A couple of pints in The Vale, Bollington warmed us up no end!W111KYB22/02/2015
Climbed many timesRobertP19/01/2015
Jaunt before brekfast w Jenx, gained ridge from small parking space to SW just up the firt part of the hill road, cut across pasture and fence to ridge. Nice trig, lovely vieews, esp Jodrell Bank telescope!nordicstar25/10/2014
Parked in Calrowfold lane Kerridge End. Glorious little walk with constantly changing little vistas gradually upwards from the south until up on the summit ridgevegibagger29/09/2014
From lane to W and up through quarry, to meet the hordes on the much more pleasant track along the top.Aye Jimmy24/08/2014
Multiple previous ascents.ngthack10/12/2013
Walked along ridge from Bollington climbing White Nancy firstjgg196425/07/2013
Passed summit on 14.4 mile walk around the area (after covering Chapel-en-le-Frith carnival).meltdiceburg15/06/2013
Up from Bollington to White Nancy and on along the ridgevjw01/04/2013
Local hill, regularly walk Frankie over via White Nancy and then on to Rainow.BobHancock01/02/2013
Roadside parking alongside the quarry to the west then a short hop to the top.moorsman29/01/2013
On very muddy circular walk from Kerridge.Extensive views from top partly spoiled by industrial estate.White Nancy resplendent.With Bridget and Oscar.catman30/12/2012
With Catman and Oscar.rosiebridge30/12/2012
With Bridget and Catman.oscarrosie30/12/2012
11 mile circular starting at Rainow, Bagging Kerridge, across field paths to Sponds Hill and back to Rainow.DanTrig29/09/2012
I walked past the trig point with the Nottingham HF walking group. I was given the task of leading at very short notice so had to sort out a route. We approached from Bull hill lane to Kerridge end and then a track leads up past Marksend quarries to the ridge. The views are great. We had our picnic lunch beside White Nancy, that was really nice. Afterwards we descended the steep slope and profiled round to a different footpath and followed the gritstone trail back to Teggs nose country parkDazingdale20/05/2012
great little walk from the nancyAvidSockWearer05/05/2012
Great viewsTigger424220/11/2011
Morning before JDP's weddingAndyS26/03/2010
Roadside parking in Kerridge at SJ 93669 77143. Climbed steeply up to White Nancy then along ridge to summit.David Gradwell10/10/2009
From Bollington, Boxing day walk over White Nancy.rhalstead26/12/2006
RHW26/11/2006
Grand little ridge walk!Jake99410/09/2005
16 mile run from Cat and Fiddle with Lesley & Rob -taking in several tops incl. Shutlingsloe. On far side of Peak District to our usual Sheffield home bias. Stopped here to talk with model glider enthusiasts.Chris Pearson26/04/1998
The first of several walks up this hill. A lovely snowy day so we drove to Bollington and walked across the fine, open ridge to the summit. Returned on bridleway-partly along a lane- on its E side. There was a foot of snow on this sparking sunny day. With JEL and SJBpwheeler09/12/1990
petey01/01/1990
Andy West27/02/2019
tomandivy14/01/2019