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Name:High Neb
Hill number:5327
Height:458m / 1503ft
Parent (Ma):2807  Kinder Scout
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
Nuttall/Wainwright area:The Peak District
County/UA:Derbyshire (CoU), Sheffield (CoU)
Catchment:Don (Thorne), Trent, Catchment Boundaries
Class:Hump, Tump (400-499m)
(Hu,Tu,4)
Grid ref:SK 22782 85368
Summit feature:outcrop 40m WNW of trig point
Drop:107m
Col:351m  SK224886  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 110
(1:25k) OL1E
Observations:outcrop is higher than all contenders close to trig point and 25cm higher than the trig point FB
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 340 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Enjoyed the Stannage experience with B and R.jenx13/02/2019
With Jenx and Bryher from the N Stanage CP. Easy track then path, old millstones under the edge amazing. Cold gusty wind by now, scrambled up the edge direct to trig, then the nearby summit.nordicstar13/02/2019
First summit of the year! A bit cold and a little bit windy at times. Parked in Long Causeway Car Park.M6KIO01/01/2019
Parked in the car park just below High Nebb and walked across the moorland instead of taking the long less muddy path. View obscured by the fog and rain but once at the top the weather lifted. Great walkLannbot29/12/2018
From car park at SK227843 (Dennis Knoll)BLACKHILL28/12/2018
High Nebb and Bamford edgeAvidSockWearer28/12/2018
Parked to S. in Dennis Knoll car park at 227843 - N. along path to ladder stile which lies just beyond NE corner of woodland & a smaller step stile - Over stile & up well-used path through bracken to top of Edge - NW along Edge for about 200m to trig point & a further 40m to summit outcrop. (S)gerrybowes03/10/2018
Loop from Redmiresscreeleep03/10/2018
Sunset run from Burbage car parktwg2729/09/2018
Parked at car park below Stanage Edge, short walk up to White path Moss and along the ridge to High Neb and back, finishing with a swim at Hathersage open air pool. Walked on a very windy morning in the summer after the 2018 heatwave had passed, good views on top.Joel45117/08/2018
Circular walk from Stanage Edge over Bamford Moor with DeborahWierdostomps22/07/2018
Day trip to the Peak District with Suzannedc9623/06/2018
From Dennis knoll car park, have been climbing here many years ago, and couldn’t remember if I had been to HP. This time made sure by going to trig and HP and completing the UA.PeterD17/06/2018
From layby on A57, with Lodge Moor.RedAndy5413/05/2018
Bamford Moor, High Neb, White Path Mosskeithouk15/04/2018
Gorgeous sunny day with Mary. Most recent of many ascents the first being some 55 years ago.Glenelg05/04/2018
A hike up from Hathersage, along Stannage Edge and on to Higger Tor before dropping back down into HathersagePipesy21/02/2018
Last of 7 humps Derbys today and the best by far. From the Dennis Knoll car park. Easy walk; windy on the edge.jonglew24/01/2018
After very hairy drive on snowy lane from Ladybower, parked on roadside north of Hathersage, walked up to Stanage Edge and then north to summit. After, Lodge Moor and back along path below the edge. Very hard work in deep snow for much of the way. With Stu Myers.IanHHill20/01/2018
Snowy wander in the peaks.simonshrewsbury27/12/2017
From parking to South, short walk up onto edge.rhalstead02/12/2017
Clear, sunny day but with chilly wind from north. Walked with Halcyon group along Stanage Edge to Moscar.Peak Rambler29/10/2017
Walked along with Ox Stones, Stanage Pole, and Cowper StoneWayne Mac14/10/2017
Parked on grass verge SK227843 (nearby car park full). Followed track and good path to summit.David Evans08/10/2017
Quick thrash up from car park.Crib Goch25/08/2017
KeithByTheC18/06/2017
Swiftly from S.jimbloomer03/04/2017
With Jo, from Lodge Moor, then onto Stanedge Pole. Weather; sunny, warm, good visibility.amblerbob02/04/2017
White Path Moss and High Neb along Stanage Edge. DSFred Windsor12/03/2017
First hill of 2017. From car park and return. With Penda. Bad visibility for most of walk.beorwulf07/01/2017
Also went to high poleejjohnstone21/09/2016
A day out at Stanage Edge. Lovely day watching the climbersChinnockC17/09/2016
Straight across from Bamford Moor with Alfie & Tastee Mark.Dangerous Dave11/08/2016
Don't as part of walk with Supergroup.Aimless Rambler01/05/2016
from Hathersage along Stanage Edge to High Neb then back and on to White Pass Mossdavestillravin10/04/2016
Short walk from south with the family. Children loved clambering about among the rocks. Been here a couple of other times in the mid 90s but hard to be certain if I visited the summit on those occasions. Had to carry the boy down after he hurt his knee - he's far too heavy for that sort of thing - torture.Herbert Anchovy03/04/2016
Injured a leg at the top and had to be carried down.Xan03/04/2016
2/4 First Double of day combined with White Path Moss walked from Hathersage villageFergalh16/01/2016
With universitylerritt21/11/2015
On a circular walk around Stanage and Hathersage from popular end car park with Gordon.alistairpooler15/11/2015
On 9 Edges Challenge walkMrChris198012/09/2015
with Lesley on a lovely walk out from our door at DoreChris Pearson02/09/2015
With Jo, from Hookcar Sitch cp: White Moss Path (top and trig), Stanedge Pole (no pole or trig), then onto High Neb and Stanage End. Weather, generally overcast, showery, windy later, mild, good visibility.amblerbob01/08/2015
With Janet Burns. Along Stanage Edge and back. Breezy!zoob16/07/2015
Long evening out after work. Set out to go to Bleaklow but Snake Pass was shut, so a new plan was made on the way! Parking at 226843, up footpath onto Stanage Edge, back to High Neb, then along the edge to White Path Moss with a slight detour in the middle to see if Stanedge Pole was interesting...not that interesting really ;) Back to the car to drop off some things, then set off again toward Bamford Edge over Bole Hill.the_adam04/06/2015
Walked up from Hathersage after bagging White Path Moss. Nice sunny day but blustery on the top. Great views of the Hope Valley (except the cement works). Tried to conquer Bamford Moor for a second time. There is no path!!!W111KYB26/04/2015
Win Hill, Bamford Moor, High Neb, White Path Mosskeithouk12/04/2015
With DofE group practising navigation.Wheelsy21/03/2015
Easy parking in the large car park to the south at 1053ft. Follow the path to the first set of trees then, as you leave them, a stile gives access to the moor. There is a good track to the summit although it is a bit of a scramble up the final rocks.moorsman18/02/2015
On MTA Peak District event.Wheelsy31/01/2015