The summit of Chinley Churn is marked by an Ordnance Survey Trig Point.
Chinley Churn is on Peak Bagging Map and Hill Tick List:
If you LOG ON and then RELOAD this page it will display when you climbed, bagged and conquered Chinley Churn, what the weather was like, who you went with and any other comments you might like to add to remind you of that fantastic day. And since you can also access your Personal Mountain & Hill Bagging Record via go4awalk Mobile you can quickly & easily record, edit and view your achievements - whether you are at home/work on your desktop computer or in the pub/at the top of a mountain with your iPhone, HTC Android or Blackberry Smart Phone. Furthermore, you can even download your Personal Mountain & Hill Bagging Record as a .csv file for importing into spreadsheet software such as Excel or NeoOffice. For more details see Your Personal Mountain, Top, Peak and Hill Bagging Record.
Fellow go4awalkers who have walked up, climbed & bagged Chinley Churn
Andrew Joss walked up Chinley Churn on December 29th, 2016 [from/via/route] Whaley Bridge [with] Barbara [weather] Sunny
Wayne Linley climbed Chinley Churn on August 11th, 2016 [from/via/route] Bow stones - furness vale [with] Simon fleming [weather] Atrocious weather, poor visibility. driving wind and rain. - Hard to navigate from bowsones, very poor visibility, hard day all round.
Mark Davidson has also walked, climbed & bagged Chinley Churn.
To add (or remove) your name and experiences on this page - Log On and edit your Personal Mountain Bagging Record
More Photographs & Pictures of views from, on or of Chinley Churn. . . in no particular order
1. New Mills from Chinley Churn
Photo: Paul Stewart (5)
2. Lantern Pike summit with Mill Hill (Ashop Head), Kinder Scout and
Chinley Churn and Hayfield beyond
Photo: Richard Hooper (12)
3. Old quarries on Chinley Churn
Photo: Paul Stewart (11)
4. Mount Famine and Kinder Scout from Chinley Churn
Photo: Paul Stewart (9)
5. Chinley Churn above Birch Vale and The Sett Valley Trail from
The Pennine Bridleway on the lower slopes of Lantern Pike
Photo: Richard Hooper (8)
6. Chinley Churn
Photo: Paul Stewart (13)
7. Hayfield from Chinley Churn
Photo: Paul Stewart (6)
8. Cracken Edge near Chinley Churn
Photo: Micheailin Mhairtin (1)
9. Chinley Churn summit trig point
Photo: Paul Stewart (12)
10. Chinley Churn
Photo: Paul Stewart (7)
Send us your photographs and pictures on, of, or from Chinley Churn
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You can walk or hike Chinley Churn with any of these 3 route maps:
Route Summary: - Hayfield, Sett Valley Trail, Birch Vale, Morland Road, Ollersett, New Allotments, Chinley Churn, Chinley Head, South Head (Hayfield), Mount Famine, Elle Bank, Pennine Bridleway, Tunstead House, Bowden Bridge, Hayfield.
Route Summary: - Hayfield, Sett Valley Trail, Birch Vale, Morland Road, Ollersett, New Allotments, Chinley Churn, Chinley Head, Mount Famine, South Head (Hayfield), Brown Knoll (Edale), Edale Cross, Oaken Clough, Coldwell Clough, Tunstead House, Bowden Bridge, Hayfield.