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Name:Kinder Scout
Hill number:2807
Height:636.3m / 2088ft
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
Nuttall/Wainwright area:The Peak District
County/UA:Derbyshire (CoU)
County (CoH):Derbyshire (CoH)
County (CoA):Derbyshire (CoA)
Catchment:Catchment Boundaries, Mersey, Trent
Watershed:Humber Estuary, Ardnamurchan Point to Lowestoft, Cardiff to Cape Wrath, Dover to Cape Wrath, Lowestoft to Duncansby Head, Land's End to John o' Groats, Liverpool Bay, The Lizard to Dunnet Head
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Hewitt, Nuttall,
Historic County Top, Current County/UA Top, Administrative County Top, Buxton & Lewis, Bridge,
Clem, Trail 100
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,Hew,N,CoH,CoU,CoA,BL,Bg,Cm,T100)
Grid ref:SK 08484 87560
Summit feature:grassy prominence on peat mound
Drop:496.6m
Col:139.6m  SD 89482 48616  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 110
(1:25k) OL1W
Observations:cairn 35m SW (SK 08462 87538) 69cm lower; cairn 200m E (SK 08678 87549) 47cm lower; cairn 475m ENE (SK 08953 87619) about 75cm lower; ground 340m WSW (SK 08180 87395) 30cm lower
Survey:Leica NA730/Leica 530
Survey of Kinder Scout (final).doc
Survey of Kinder Scout II (final Rev1).doc
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Notes:
  • Derbyshire (1974) administrative county top
  • Derbyshire historic county top
  • Derbyshire current county/UA top

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Camped at Upper Booth Farm then went up along Crowden Brook. High point a bit tricky to find as the wooden stock had tilted over. Straightened it and replaced some of the fallen stones once I got there. Should have followed the path round to Pym Chair before going cross-country. Great views once back on the path looking down the valley to Jacob's Ladder.Eliza10008/08/2019
Walked up from the village hall over Mam Tor and around to Kinder Low before heading down to the pubCap_Thunderbolt30/06/2019
From Barber Booth car park, up Jacob's Ladder, then Pennine Way to trig and high point. Onto Kinder Downfall. Been dry for a week so not the spectacle I was hoping for.back via Crowden Brook.Longwojo16/05/2019
From Edale carpark round pennine way and then up Crowden Clough (scrambly)Stevooo23/04/2019
Started at the campsite at Hatfield. Route went up William Clough to the Pennine Way than followed the ridge past Kinder Downfall to Kinder Low. Thence across the moor to the summit and back. The return route went via Coldwell Clough to the campsite.andrewcoles18/04/2019
Reached foggy top of Kinder Scout as navigation target for NNAS Silver Award navigation assessment. With Charlotte, on a damp day.mazz03/03/2019
As Per Nuttall Walk, Clear Sunny DayJephcote8302/03/2019
revisit to the top of kinder well picking up the 2 OS trig pillers the top is not the trig point like most think just better vies at the trigmy-list23/02/2019
New Year's Day Walk - Rachel's knees slowed her down. Great viewsDeborah01/01/2019
Debs and Tali. Circuit to Mouth Famine from Hayfield.Mountain Goat10/11/2018
Second visit to the Kinder area this year, this time heading up grindsbrook Clough and round to Kinder Downfall before visiting the trig again.Pipesy07/11/2018
Gorgeous day - good if slightly hazy views over to Manchesterjedthehumanoid20/10/2018
Up Grindsbrook and down the superb Jagger's CloughMark Sims13/09/2018
With parents from Jacobs Ladder, decent down Grindsbrook Clough.axoree01/08/2018
From Edale carpark, was going to do the Nuttal's route but went up Grindsbrook Clough, round to Pym Chair then cross country to highpoint, met another hillbagger here then got satnav to read the important grid ref on peat haig with stone on it, did a lot of walking to highpoints around it before trig point and back before time ran out at car park, £3:40 for 4 hours. Dog was happy ther was water in the Clough but overwise very dry.Walkingthedog15/07/2018
Kinder Low > Kinder Scout > Kinder Scout The Edge (Trig) > Fairbrook Naze (Kinder Edge East) > Crowden Head > [Kinder Low Anon pt. 2062] > Hartshorn > Grindslow Knollronaldo33304/07/2018
Kinder Low > Kinder Scout > Kinder Scout The Edge (Trig) > Fairbrook Naze (Kinder Edge East) > Crowden Head > [Kinder Low Anon pt. 2062] > Hartshorn > Grindslow KnollHippster04/07/2018
Nice little circuit from Upper Booth. Up via Jacob's Ladder with a nice welcome breeze, then across to the Kinder Downfall trig point, then cross-country to the high point. The extended heatwave meant that Kinder was bone dry today. Can't be very often that you can get to this summit without getting your boots even slightly damp... Then back down a very hot Crowden Clough.jkl01/07/2018
Hayfield, Kinder Scout, Mill Hill, Burnt Hill, Hayfieldeviljeff901/07/2018
A walk with mum setting off from Edale, up near Ringing Roger and across the top of Kinder, a quick detour up to the very cloudy trig point before dropping down Jacob's Ladder back into Edale.Pipesy20/06/2018
From HayfieldPaulGibbons19/05/2018
From Hayfield, TC with Richard Noakes and Angie CookTopCat195913/05/2018
Picked up while on a 14.5 mile walk from a lay by on the A625 where the Pennine bridleway cross's taking six hours. Route Rush up edge, Mam Tor, Edale, Pennine way to Kinder low then onto the plateau finishing south over Brown Knoll and back to the car. I would recommend printing the survey notes out before you go as it pin points the exact position of the high point with grid reference's and a cairn's location which is also very helpful failing that on a clear day from the trig on Kinder low two grass humps can be see in a NNE direction head for these.WAYNE ROWLETT29/04/2018
Very wet on the ascent. Started from CP near Barber Booth. Found correct summit this time as previously just reached the trig. Disturbed a Peregrine eating a Black Grouse! 366m ascent.RoguePulsar27/04/2018
Bagged after a scramble on Edale Rocks & a visit to the trig. Used the Abney Level to find the HP.DanMaisieBex21/04/2018
6 hour hike to top by Jacobs Ladder to kinder downfall.Tinribs7514/04/2018
From Bowden Bridge car park. Mill Hill, Kinder Scout, Brown Knoll and South Head. Absolutely glorious day :)Alunrees3305/04/2018
Walk with Charlie in, frozen, windy but sunny.NottsOutdoorLad24/02/2018
From Hayfield up via the track near Sandy Heys and down via Edale Cross. Visited the summit, which was easier than sometimes as the ground was hard.Peter_W_Mitchell 22/02/2018
Trespass walk. Snow on top.Kermit17/02/2018
with Kris, Zoe, Hayley, Nic, Dina and Dave. Loads of snow, great fun from edale via Jacob's ladderJames Burrows04/02/2018
Leading a group over Kinder scout.simonshrewsbury06/01/2018
Ascent from Barber Booth via Jacob's Ladder. On to Kinder Downfall which was heavy flow but much being blown back up, then Kinder River to Crowden, then Ringing Roger and back via Edale. 11.5 miles total, fine clear morning, wintry shower later then steady rain at end.mavero1031/12/2017
Walked with Dean, weather fine but cold. Strange smoke/cloud formation in Edale valleysteveh74uk19/11/2017
With Katy. Clear day visited with Kinder Low and Kinder Downfall.George Thompson13/11/2017
from upper booth via jacobs ladder solo beautiful day fantastic viewscolinfielding08/11/2017
How many people have ticked this without going to the high point? Used the survey report from this website to find various cairns and the high point. The cairn with single fence post is most useful to find the summit. Directed two other walkers to it. But hundreds more just following the path between the trig to the Downfall.Minto04/11/2017
1/4M from cp at barber booth up crowden brook path down Pennine way cloudy and wet.robertphillips04/11/2017
Part of the full Edale Skyline walkhillexplorer25/10/2017
Walk from Hayfield to Kinder Scout with Nat.jontynorris04/10/2017
With Joe and Andy on a very foggy, boggy dayThe-Z-Man01/10/2017
From Barber Booth car park and Crowden Clough. Back via trig point and Jacob's Ladder.Winterfloodian29/09/2017
Nuttall Walk.tomd429/09/2017
Edale,Kinder Scout, Brown Knoll, Lord's Seat with Jill.ijpowell28/09/2017
Nuttall walk 13.2Dan Baddeley09/07/2017
Leading a group of walkers from London to the summit.Wheelsy09/07/2017
On a recce before leading a group of walkers to the summit on the Sunday.Wheelsy07/07/2017
From the railway bridge car park on the way to Upper Booth. Warm, sunny, calm and good views.iangalbraith02/07/2017
Walk from Edale up Jacobs ladder to the trig then acoss the moor to summit that someone had written I sign this is the top! then across the woolpacks and down to Edalejmistry8603/06/2017
Visited friend in Hayfield with plans to climb Kinder. Was nervous about this as a bag of so many people have told me how difficult it is to find the true summit. Even people on the mountain he claimed to climb it all the time thought the trig point was the summit. Stupidly used a bogus set of coordinates I found on some website to try and find the summit but did not. Will have to come back and do it again as I am not satisfied with the result! Was pleasantly surprised at what a great walk around the edge of the Mountain it was but got very sunburnt.tumpawumpa01/06/2017