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Hill number:2823
Height:385m / 1263ft
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
Nuttall/Wainwright area:The Peak District
County/UA:Staffordshire (CoU)
Catchment:Mersey, Trent
Watershed:Humber Estuary, Ardnamurchan Point to Lowestoft, Cardiff to Cape Wrath, Dover to Cape Wrath, Lowestoft to Duncansby Head, Liverpool Bay, Land's End to John o' Groats, The Lizard to Dunnet Head
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (300-399m)
Grid ref:SJ 97007 61517
Summit feature:trig point
Col:217m  SJ983630  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 118
(1:25k) OL24W
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 359 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Parked in gravel layby at junction between C-road and track to south of Gun then followed footpath to summit with F.Danmawr13/07/2018
Here for the trigpoint. TP:UK log: From parking at N53° 08.731' W2° 02.939' along ROW to the trig, very easy walk and surprised to get to the trigpoint so quickly from the parking, excellent route choice from Gill who had visited before! Also spotted a benchmark on a 'boundary stone' on the way.thejackrustles08/07/2018
Even though it was a bit gloomy it was a pleasant stroll up from the road to the south. Decent view point.dal23/04/2018
Visited during the LDWA's Three Shires challenge event.mickdavidson24/03/2018
With Keith Foster. 2nd Ascent.IWC13/02/2018
Short walk with family on a cold cloudy afternoon. Good views, quite muddy.RoguePulsar13/01/2018
Solo Walk (from Gradbach). Very boggy in surrounding area but weather drysteveh74uk19/12/2017
Congleton - The Cloud - Long Edge - The Bent - Gun - Hillswood Hill - Leek. Snow most of the day, 2-3 inches lying everywhere and hills in thick cloud.Mark Jackson09/12/2017
Short walk with TJB from road side parking to southtrimarc209/11/2017
4/4M park 967 609 path to top.robertphillips04/11/2017
From its name, had a romantic notion this was going to be an interesting hill - disappointed. Off road parking for a few cars to the S. Good track.jonglew04/11/2017
With Rosemary and Penda, great views. Then on to The Cloud.beorwulf20/09/2017
Muddy path as others have said but decent views.twg2730/07/2017
From the road to the south. There is enough space for a few cars here and a well work footpath to the top. With baby Ross.islamidget05/04/2017
Short walk from the south along the obvious path to the trig point. Good views of The Cloud on a sunny dayN.Morters07/02/2017
From the south. Ample parking for a few cars. Muddy.huwthomas05/02/2017
wet muddy path, no views fog.cjo07/01/2017
A walk up from the South as the gloaming turned to night. The path was very boggy but in the dark it was hard to find a dry line. The sumo was marked by a trig point. At the summit met a chap walking his 2 rather unruly dogs. They put up a few Snipe possibly as I followed him back to the car. Weather was cloudy and mild with a few spots of rain in the air. Time 25 minutes for just under a mile.isabelle13/11/2016
1 ascentabbo000104/11/2016
Parked 967 609. Followed obvious path NNE to summit trig (10 minutes). Great panoramic views. With Julie.David Evans03/10/2016
Just a quick out n back. Reasonably firm path though a tad soggy from yesterdays deluge. With LW.stig_nest14/09/2016
As Stig said.Laura.W14/09/2016
Early morning walk before a meeting at Tittesworth. Parked by the road close to the summit, but walked to Turners Pool. Very boggy in places on the descent to the pond. Uneventful hill maybe, but great views all round.MrChris198013/09/2016
Wet walkWestlandWessex20/08/2016
Run to the topdentalchimp09/07/2016
Beautiful day I could see Jodrell Bank and there was a Hobby flying around the trig point.Kniverbee05/05/2016
Easy to get to, boggy approach.mike.hartley03/04/2016
Day of five summits. With K. Short dull stroll. Dog poo everywhere.Ashley20/03/2016
From parking area to south. Pleasant stroll over heathland in sunshine and good views.mart079720/03/2016
Quick one from layby on road to southsqueegs18/02/2016
Part of a route Dane Bridge, Back Forest,Roaches, Hen Cloud then GunJohn Eley07/02/2016
Very short walk from road to the South.Tony J29/10/2015
A very short walk to this summit and a quick 145-fm activation.G4OOE12/10/2015
Start 10.30hrs at Bridge over the Dane - Wincle - DVW - Barleeford - Heaton hall - Heaton Low - Hawksley Farm - Gun End - Gun (Summit and trig)- New Zealand - Lower Wetwood - Green lane - Pheasants Clough - Khali - The Roaches ridge - Paddock - Park house - Snipe - Road down to Danebridge (finished in the dark at 20.10hrs)briandavies26/09/2015
4/8 Fourth of long day again old Man of Moy/The Cloud/Croker Hill/Gun/Burbage Hill/Combs Head/Black Edge/Bole HillFergalh20/09/2015
Early morning stroll in the sunshine - cracking viewsThe Playful Pig22/04/2015
Parked on road from Upper Haddon and rather than straight up and downer, made it a 2.5 mile circular walk past White Shaw Farm.SteveSmith11/04/2015
With SteveGinaSmith11/04/2015
Clockwise circuit from by the church at Meerbrook. Route and write-up at:
Also climbed 21/02/2008. Lazy Trout closed for refurbishment. Temporarily relocated to Rushton Spencer. Reopening Feb 2015.ngthack12/11/2014
Great circular walk from The Lazy Trout in Meerbrook... spectacular views... then met Mark & Lisa for food in the pub! Brilliant!choz2509/09/2014
Nice eveing stroll up from the south, no one around, great views. pillar looking a tad erroded.griefmiester08/09/2014
Path from the SAndrewFinnimore20/07/2014
Penultimate TuMP visited on a 24hr walk from Buxton to Congleton via Ilam. Great way to celebrate my 35th birthday.Alex C14/07/2014
On the mountain bike. A round from rudyard lakeNozzer04/07/2014
Nice easy walk! Great views and nice woodland. Strolled to the trig then down the other side and back up again.Gill28/06/2014
Done solo in excellent conditions. I did it by the shortest route because I was passing that way. Peak bagging solely for the sake of it,Aimless Rambler19/06/2014
Climbed as part of a 11.5 mile walk with Nottingham HF ramblers A group starting from near Ramshaw rocks, and including the Roaches, Turners pool and then up to GUN and around to Tittesworth reservoir. Nice view of the Roaches and Hen Cloud. Quite a measured ascent.Dazingdale01/06/2014
Enjoyed more than I thought, unmettaled lane from N, between pleasant moorland and high woodland to top. Hazy,but good enough to get views of familiar hills- the Cloud, Roaches. Those visited many times with friends but we'd never been up Gun. From Redshawe Triangle,lots of parking space, back same way. On way from Sladiburn to Warwick via Billinge Hill and Gun.pwheeler20/04/2014
Climbed on a beautiful, sunny spring day. Part of a 6 mile circular walk from Meerbrook. Recommend the Lazy Trout pub in in the village- nice food and dogs can go inside.Lazylizzie15/04/2014