Name:Outer Edge
Hill number:7729
Height:541m / 1775ft
Parent (Ma):2807  Kinder Scout
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
Nuttall/Wainwright area:The Peak District
County/UA:Sheffield
Catchment:Don (Thorne), Trent, Catchment Boundaries
Class:Subdodd
(s5)
Grid ref:SK 17707 96977
Summit feature:ground c 6m ENE of trig point
Drop:23m
Col:518m  SK183964  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 110
(1:25k) OL1E
Observations:Ground to N and E may be as high
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 177 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Sprog24/02/2024
First of a tough day with Hoar Stone and Horse Stone to follow, not one to look back on with fondness, more questioning what on earth I am doing with my spare time.Alfa1M17/08/2023
From Langsett Flouch car park with Richard. Round of Hoar Stones, Horse stone Naze and Outer EdgeLongwojo11/08/2023
A sunny afternoon walk from the summit of the Woodhead Pass. Hoar Stones, Outer Edge, Margery Hill and Horse Stones. From Hoar Stones it was simply a case of following the path to the trig point, although it's boggy and indistinct at times. A peaceful trig and summit, a nice little edge with some views closeby.meltdiceburg13/05/2023
Matt23/08/2022
arjh13/06/2022
Parked in the car park on the A616 just south of the A628 at SK 201 013. Followed Barnsley Boundary route to Hordron Road, then along it up Hordron Clough and Laund Clough - all easy going. Short pull up to Hoar Stones, then across to the impressive summit tor of Dewey Horse Stone Naze, back to Hoar Stones and then along the nice track on the ridge to the trigs at Outer Edge and Margery Hill. Back down the bridleway all the way to the car park. A splendid warm and sunny day on the Howden Edge. 21km with 500m ascent in about 5h 30m.silveracorn_alan23/03/2022
From end of Derwent Reservoir. Horse Stone Naze, then along high ground to Howden Edge. Dropped down over Upper Hey back to Slippery Stones and track to car. With B, B and R.jenx19/01/2022
15.6 mile walk from Langsett up Cut Gate Path and along to Outer Edge (4th time bagged) and Horse Stones Naze (2nd time bagged) descending into the Derwent Valley and climbing back across the Cut Gate Path back down to Langsett. Perfectly clear and sunny apart from the nearby fog bank that didn't shift all day. Didn't effect us though. A bit boggy from Outer Edge to Horse Stones Naze but not too bad. Didn't see many others apart from around Langsett. 747m ascent.DanTrig17/01/2022
Nomad Perkins02/11/2021
From Horse Stone Nazerfoster22/10/2021
20.1 miles 2538ft walk. Start at Crowden campsite, Trans Pennine trail, Far Black Clough to Hoar Stones-Howden Edge, Outer Edge and Horse Stone Naze, return by Trans Pennine Trail back to Crowden campsite.stephenbuda16/10/2021
GreatandPowerful26/09/2021
Rambling Ray07/09/2021
milopodesta30/08/2021
davefh22/08/2021
loop round howden moor from near the fairholmes CP. Back torr, camped by the viewpoint, then on to high stones, margery hill, outer edge, hoar stones and horse stone. tracks all pretty easy to follow. careful in the peet bogs, i got ches deep after margery hill! came direct back from horse stones that was slow going, but shaved a few km off the total 30km 6.5hrsNicky C14/07/2021
robmurray12/06/2021
Muzzinboots12/06/2021
From Margery Hill. Dry underfoot, but could be very boggy. KeithByTheC11/06/2021
with James HardenC07/06/2021
From Fairholmes for a round of Back Tor, Howden Edge, Mergery Hill, Outer Edge, Hoar Stones and Horse Stone Naze.rhalstead22/05/2021
With K and RM from Langsett reservoir carpark which was heaving with people. Fell in a bog. Had intended to bag more in this area but short days and lack of condition were against us.Ashley29/11/2020
HP near trig in boggy wild terrain. From Margery and on to Horse stone.Denise 12/11/2020
holtsd05/09/2020
Trig point with exposed base. Part of a long loop round from Bleaklow to Margery Hill.Vulcan10/08/2020
From Margery Hill. Terrain easier than feared with a clear path. Stopped for sandwiches, now breezy and increasingly sunny. On to Hoar Stones.Wycombe Wanderer24/07/2020
Bag For Life24/07/2020
Margery Hill, Howden Edge, Upper Hey, Outer Edge, Hoar Stones, Horse Stone Nazekeithouk12/07/2020
Dawn Oldham12/07/2020
12 mile circuit from Langsett of Margery Hill, Howden Edge High Stones and Crow Stones Outer Edge, back via River Little Don. Mountain Blue Hare on the way down!mavero1030/06/2020
With H.Chris Ellis04/06/2020
andy6328/05/2020
lenman26/04/2020
Nether Hey > [Featherbed Moss pf. 545] > Howden Edge (High Stones) > Margery Hill > Outer Edge > Upper Hey from GR: SK 17227 89353ronaldo33314/03/2020
From SE 1827 0118. Hoar Stones -> Horse Stone Naze -> Outer Edge, and return, 10 miles. Only real heather bashing was between 2nd and 3rd hills, otherwise tracks, of varying degree of wet peat.jonglew30/12/2019
amblemark13/09/2019
3 of 6. Not much time wasted quick pat of the trig and kept movingThe-Z-Man08/09/2019
Steady climb from Langsett on a scorching hot day. Plenty of fluids taken. The view at the summit is spell binding. Interesting cross approaching the summit, respecting the tragic death of PO Denis Kyne in 1943 - air crash. The descent was made hazardous by some stupid antics by a few over-enthusiastic bikies going way too fast. Next time I'll climb up from the Derwent side, and take in Howden Edge, and Margery hill too.Sirloincloth26/08/2019
Part of walk from Langsett Barn.gavopeo26/08/2019
Parked in the car park on the A616 just south of the A628 at Langsett and did a circuit of Margery Hill, Howden Edge, Upper Hey, Outer Edge, Hoar Stones and Horse Stone Naze. 6h 33m for 17.3 miles although one or two slight navigational errors.clivevilla20/08/2019
Took the bridleway south from Langsett Reservoir and then the path via the trig point at Margery Hill. All paths extremely wet!Eggletina15/08/2019
Drove from Mcr Airport and met Dave early at Langsett reservoir carpark. Route was Hingcliff Common, Mickleden Edge, Cut Gate, Margery Hill, Outer Edge trig, Howden Edge, Horse Stone, Hordron , and Crookland Wood. Approx 12.5 miles; 1625 feet total ascent. Dry warm day, saw no other walkers after Margery Hill.Skip03/08/2019
davechick03/08/2019
Archie13/07/2019
KathW13/07/2019
Start Fairholmes Car Park.lindslow21/01/2019
with greg on 15+mile walk from the Woodhead to high stonesAvidSockWearer23/09/2018
TGRS09/09/2018
From Langsett Reservoir via Laund Clough and Horse Stone Naze. Return via Cut Gate.RedAndy5415/07/2018