Name:Burbage Edge
Hill number:7732
Height:500.2m / 1641ft
Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
Classification:E,s5
Drop:22.7m
Col:477.5m  SK 0274 7201  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
4225627/03/2024SK 02961 73238  F: ground 12m S of trig
O: ground 5m further S is as high; trig base 0.44m lower
S: LIDAR 1m
Galltywenallt
Summit
CC
-2145026/12/2011SK 02962 73235  F: no feature: heather
O: ground slightly higher than that around trig point 20m N at SK 02962 73252; summit area flat
K&AD
Summit
-2145111/09/2014SK 02958 73239  F: no feature: heather
O: ground slightly higher than that around trig point 20m N at SK 02962 73252; summit area flat
Aye Jimmy
Summit
-2145213/01/2012SK 02964 73254  F: trig pointAW
Subpoint
1
-2145327/12/2011SK 02961 73253  F: trig pointDN
Subpoint
1
-21454SK 02961 73250  F: trig point
Subpoint
1
-2145526/12/2011SK 02962 73252  F: trig pointK&AD
Subpoint
1
-2145613/06/2014SK 02963 73252  F: trig pointLR
Subpoint
1
508611/09/2014SK 02958 73239  F: Heathery ground about 15m south of trigpoint.Aye Jimmy
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20km trig & Ethel walkClifford12/06/2024
Walk w/Devon. Parked Goyt Valley Car Park. Burbage Edge, Shining Tor, Cats Tor, Foxlow Edge loop.ZacField27/04/2024
Trip to Buxton with Simon Feb/Mar-24.dancingqueen10128/02/2024
Parked at end of old Macclesfield Road. Easy walk. good paths all the way. With B and R.jenx21/01/2024
As part of a walk around Burbage and the Goyt Valleyrachelcawley13/01/2024
Walked up from Buxton on snow covered Paths in low cloud.PeterD03/12/2023
From head of Macclesfield Old Road.Cows covering excellent path north west from there,so used trod through heather west of next wall.Lots of barbed wire in this area.catman10/10/2023
Walk with the missus visionset07/10/2023
Shining Tor loop with FinnWhiteFeather03/09/2023
13.5 mile circular from Derbyshire Bridge car park taking in Burbage Edge (3rd visit), Fernilee Reservoir, Taxal Moor, Windgather Rocks, Cats Tor (3rd visit) and Shining Tor (4th visit). Clear and sunny with a light breeze. Good views of Shropshire and the distant hills of Wales. Quite a few people about. 603m ascent throughout.DanTrig03/09/2023
2km walk along gentle muddy soggy ridge from busy road to the southvegibagger17/07/2023
Eighteen mile from the Car parking area north of Shinning Tor to reach Seven Ethel summits Cats Tor, Shinning Tor, Burbage edge, Corbar hill, Black edge, Combs head and Foxlow edge.WAYNE ROWLETT09/07/2023
From the end of Old Macclesfield Road. Visited summit and trig.PGCE27/06/2023
An evening walk taking in Burbage Edge and Oliver Hill. Beautiful views. /Dmeltdiceburg05/06/2023
From Old Macclesfield Road, Buxton. Only 2 miles there and back. Great little summit with good views on a wonderful Spring dayclimbingkershaw07/04/2023
Errwood Hall, Foxlow Edge, Cats Tor, ShiningTor, Peak View Tearooms, Goyt Valley - with Louise, Chris and Gary. Burbage Edge on the way home.mavero1026/02/2023
Clockwise circuit from Pym Chair car park, taking in Burbage Edge, Shining Tor and Cats Tor. Discovered the old Goyt Valley railway line and the disused Buxton Old Coach Road.oldbagger2720/02/2023
Circular walk from Buxton: Burbage Edge and Grin Low. Beautiful day with snow all around and blue skies.Lazylizzie22/01/2023
Walked the Goyt Skyline - from Errword Res up Cats Tor- Shining Tor - Cat n Fiddle - Burbage Edge and then back along the old railway line. Fantastic walk. A bit difficult to navigate just before the cat n fiddle (walk in front of the wall, don't walk between the wall and fence) but it really is a classic.davert12330/12/2022
From Axe Edge via rights of way and then boggy path along edge for a few hundred metres. Returned to Derbyshire Bridge. Looks like £5 parking charge will be introduced soon. KeithByTheC04/11/2022
Burbage Edge S4232 from GR: SK 03674 72447Hippster16/10/2022
Burbage Edge S4232 from GR: SK 03674 72447ronaldo33316/10/2022
With E. From Goyt Valley car park at Errwood Reservoir.Beeliner19/09/2022
No 2 in the 7 hills bike ride.steveb200604/07/2022
Solo walk from Goyt's Lane car park. On paths to the SW then S over Goyt's Moss. Following Berry Clough to the Burbage ridge, over via the trig point and down onto the disused railway line, back to the car park.Glenelg10/06/2022
From Macc Old Road.quick up and down 40 minsLongwojo01/01/2022
Circular(ish) walk from Derbyshire Bridge car park. Burbage Edge, Axe Edge Moor, Cheeks Hill.Dan Baddeley30/08/2021
With H.Chris Ellis09/08/2021
Ethel bagging walk starting at Errwood ReservoirHanPen7112/06/2021
From Errwood Reservoir via Wildmoorstone Brooktim74730/04/2021
Off the beaten track. Can be very boggy and if coming from Buxton its a very steep assent or descent if returning same way.SueJ23/04/2021
Good summit from old macclesfield rd. Down the other side and back through fields.Kniverbee18/10/2020
Axe edge, axe egde moor, cheeks hill, shining tor and Burbage edge. 3 peaks training!mcarney26/09/2020
10:30, 10 degrees, sunny, westerly breeze, from end of road to SE with Bag For Life.Wycombe Wanderer30/08/2020
Bagged during a a 10k trail run.bardolph05/08/2020
33km overnight camping route in persistent drizzle / rain for much of time.RobertP13/12/2019
Parked in layby on A54 at 02855 71358 and followed paths to summit. Easy going.clivevilla23/07/2019
Whetstone Ridge, Birchenough Hill, Oliver Hill, Axe Edge, Cheeks Hill, Axe Edge Moor, Burbage Edgekeithouk30/09/2018
With Sue, on a short circuit from Goyt's Lane CP.Phreerunner09/11/2017
Up summit with Mart and Daisy as part of nav practise for our ML assessment. Another grey and wet day but good to be out.John Eley10/09/2017
Parked at Derbyshire Bridge car park SK 01851 71584. Nice easy stroll on good tracks all the way to the summit. About 1 1/2 hours round trip.David Evans29/05/2017
Along disused railway from parking at small reservoir on Goyt's Lane. Return via Wildmoorstone Brook. 5.4 k with dog. Conditions surprisingly cold and windy with continuous horizontal rain. Dog didn't want to get out of car.John Eley12/04/2017
Solo.Dangerous Dave01/12/2016
From car park at head of Goyt Valley. With Frankie.BobHancock21/06/2016
From south at end of Old Macclesfield RoadMark Sims02/04/2016
A very snowy walk - parked at Pyms Chair - Cats Tor (Small Summit Cain) - Descend to Errwood Hall - Road and Riverside path to goyts Moss Quarry (very quiet only the 4 wheel drives can reach Errwood - Roads impassible to cars because of snow)- Over the stone footbridge - Berry Clough - Burbage Edge (and trig)- Dismantled Railway - Goyts Lane - Errwood Reservoir - The Street (sledgers in the gathering gloom) Pyms Chairbriandavies17/01/2016
5/8 Fifth of long day again old Man of Moy/The Cloud/Croker Hill/Gun/Burbage Hill/Combs Head/Black Edge/Bole HillFergalh20/09/2015
With Jo, from Derbyshire Bridge cp: roads and ProWs to Cheeks Hill, then across moorland to Axe Edge, Axe Edge Moor and Burbage Edge (top and trig). Weather; generally cloudy with sunny intervals, warm breeze, good visibility.amblerbob03/08/2015
Good free carpark at 024751. I followed the disused railway line round to a blocked tunnel - a slight path has been trampled up the left side of the tunnel entrance, it seems to go in the wrong direction but does lead round to the top. Unfortunately I didn't find that out until coming back down ;) One fence to climb on the way, but with a helpful written note attached telling you to do so!the_adam21/07/2015
On a walk between Chapel-en-le-Firth and Buxton stations. Windy.alistairpooler31/05/2015