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Hill number:3644
Height:506m / 1660ft
Parent (Ma):2812  Shining Tor
Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
Area:The Peak District
County/UA:Cheshire East (CoU)
Class:Hump, Dodd (500-599m), Dewey
Grid ref:SJ 97650 69589
Summit feature:rock with plaque
Col:373m  SJ976716  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 118
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Observations:rock is 10m NNE of trig point and 20cm higher than trig point base
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 323 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Nice walk up from WildboarcloughRoguePulsar10/11/2017
From Clough House CPCrib Goch28/08/2017
Climbed with Betty from car park at Clough House.dhbond20/08/2017
Certainly one of the most striking hills in the Peak District. Climbed at half four this morning in the half light whilst out on another overnight walk.Alex C28/07/2017
15 Mile walk taking in Tegg's Nose, Whitehills and ShutlingsloeDelta6813/05/2017
Parked by Ridgegate reservoir, had snow, wind,rain and sun.MRDC01/03/2017
8.26 mile walk broadly following
From Macc Forest Car Park in early morning gloom and thick cloud. Little visibility but atmospheric, then on to High Moor.John Eley23/12/2016
Up Shutlingsloe from Macclesfield Forest CP to the north, then over to High Moor. High Moor is beyond a wall with barbed wire on it and copious signs saying no entry and that it is not access land. It was a misty day so it seemed a good day to ignore the signs.clivevilla13/12/2016
From the free car park at Clough House, Wildboarclough. Tremendous views from the top but chilly. With JT and HT.Sprog27/11/2016
From Wildboarclough, a great hill with great views, wonder why I've never been here before. Paved path up N side is almost a climb!RichardM14/10/2016
Reached while on a 8 mile walk from Tegs nose car park. parking cost 2.50 all day.WAYNE ROWLETT11/09/2016
Macclesfield side approach - very pleasantclique20/07/2016
A long walk covering Shining Tor, Dane Valley, Birchenough Hill, Shutlingsloe, and Macclesfield Forestmarkbarrett197622/06/2016
Parked up at Trentabank reservoir. Solo walk of 70 minutes in reasonable conditions with good views. 2 and three quarter miles before the snow/sleet and winds came.bolton28/04/2016
Climbed as part of a pleasant East Cheshire circular with Spoons, JC, Bella and ConkerRichieRambler15/04/2016
Day of five summits. With K. Good quality hill.Ashley20/03/2016
Excellent walk with Alan. Parked at Tegg's Nose, then off to Macclesfield forest and Shutlingsloe, before heading to Whetstone ridge. Nice and dry.dromeas20/03/2016
Climbed from Macclesfield forest car park, and returned same route. Easy 2 hour walk on a beautiful sunny day. Took my dog. Fantastic little pointy/rocky summit with amazing views.jamessteel10028/02/2016
From Langley, Bottoms reservoir, good road parking. via Macclefield Forest and back via Wildboarclough (Crag Inn) Hanging Gate Inn and Leather's Smithy Great walk but somewhat hazy by the end.Northender28/02/2016
Ridge-gate Reservoir (blue/cold/clear) - Trentabank - Shutlingsloe - Banktop - Wildboarclough - Heild End Farm - Gradbach (with a flurry of snow) - River Dane to Danebridge - Wincle - Hammerton Farm - Wildboarclough - Blaze - Banktop - Flank of Shutlingsloe (with a deep orange sunset)- Macclesfield Forest (in the failing light)briandavies28/02/2016
From Lamaload and Shining TorrJohn Eley24/01/2016
Walk up to the cat and fiddle via Macc Forrest, Cumberland Cottage, Lamaload and back to the forrest.spare.tyres24/09/2015
9/13 Ninth of long day Castle Ring/Meir Heath/Overmoor/Hen Cloud/The Roaches/Ramshaw Rocks/Oliver Hill/Birchenough Hill/Shutingscloe/High Moor/Ely Brow/Sponds Hill/Ashley HeathFergalh19/09/2015
With Jo, from Clough House cp: Shutlingsloe. Weather; cloudy, windy, mild, good visibility.amblerbob05/08/2015
A fun climb, not overly challenging but enough rocks to climb over to make it interesting. Walked from Macclesfield forest and undertook a nice 5K routeKetts188904/07/2015
Parked in the large layby overlooking the heronry at Trentabank (SJ96341 71151) Up path opposite & then up wide track to top of forest Good path across moor to summit rock with toposcope. (S)gerrybowes09/06/2015
From TrentabankBramley30/04/2015
From Clough House car parkPreCambrianLife05/04/2015
With 19 others on my annual Christmas walk. From Trentabank. One of very many ascents of this hill.Phreerunner14/12/2014
Mostly cloudy. Tegg's Nose, reservoirs, Nessit Hill, Shutlingsloe,Wildboarclough, Cumberland Brook, Cat & Fiddle Inn, Bottom-of-the-Oven and Macclesfield Forest. Distance = 21.65km. Average moving speed = 5.2km/h. Time moving = 4:11. Ascent = 844m.paulnewby8126/08/2014
Climbed up from Langley with Ian, Louise and Gary, via the Visitor Centre at Trentabank reservoir and their lovely oatcakes. Descended to Crag Inn in Wildboarclough for lunch, then back round via Hanging Gate pub and Gritstone Trail. Lovely walk.mavero1016/08/2014
Clear, dry, approach from Wildboarclough with a DofE group, great viewsthe_jon_m25/06/2014
Steep accent from Wildboarclough but nothing major. Pleasant little hill. Great views from the top.W111KYB08/06/2014
Started from Wildboarclough up Shutlingsloe and back down the otherside.Kniverbee21/04/2014
With Gill from UU car park. Easy walk to good views before rain arrived.SS22/03/2014
Solo ascent from Macclesfield Forestpwhitaker_196624/02/2014
Shuttingsloe, Whetstone Ridge and Cat and Fiddle from Macclesfield Forest. DS.Fred Windsor15/02/2014
Start ~ 982687, Wildboarclough. Cold wind and snow showers on top, with Wombourne.steve hudson27/01/2014
Parked in small car park in Wildboarclough at GR 982687. Walked up very steep tarmac lane to open grassland then up very steep grass slope to trig point at stoney summit. Very cold wind with snow/hail shower. With SH.wombourne27/01/2014
AFter High Moor I walked up fenceline with Macclesfield forest and took footpath leading to Shutlingsloe, this is mainly slabbed and easy to walk on. The sun came out and lightened up Piggford moor and it looked great looking over to the radio station on Croker hill and the folds of the land at Oaken Clough. Views were great on top! Took footpath leading down South east off the hill that meets with track to minor road with Clough brook running alongside it.Dazingdale08/12/2013
With Imperial College Fellwanderers.Edgemaster07/12/2013
Multiple previous ascents.ngthack20/11/2013
12 mile circular walk taking in Axe Edge Moor (previously visited in 2007) and Shutlingsloe (previously visited in 2005).DanTrig22/09/2013
with grantrbarker198401/09/2013
From small parking-gr 977 714 easy track then slabbed path up to Shutlingsloe, nice top good views, then through Macc Forrest & up steep side of Tegg's Nose, also great views & intersting stile shelter thingy, cloudy but v warm.apricorum29/08/2013
Run up from Macc Forest then over to Tegg's Nose.Eddie24/07/2013
With FrankieBobHancock15/07/2013
Began walk at Cat and Fiddle, then over Shutlingsloe and on to Macclesfield Forest and Langley. Very windy on the summit.dubmill03/05/2013
Up from Standing stone car park and back via Buxtors hill. Very cold day but otherwise nice. Great viewshillhiker05/04/2013