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Winhill Pike (Win Hill)
462m (1516ft)

The Dark Peak Area, The Peak District, Derbyshire, England

The summit of Winhill Pike (Win Hill) is marked by an Ordnance Survey Trig Point.


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Winhill Pike (Win Hill) Summit

Photo: Ian Windle

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Other walkers who hiked, climbed, bagged and summited Winhill Pike (Win Hill) Fellow go4awalkers who have already walked, climbed, summited & bagged Winhill Pike (Win Hill)

Patrick Molloy walked up Winhill Pike (Win Hill) on June 24th, 2021 [from/via/route] Out & back via Parkin Clough [with] Solo [weather] Cloudy, Humid

Anna White climbed Winhill Pike (Win Hill) on March 7th, 2020 [from/via/route] Heatherdene Carpark ..From Ladybower Reservoirs (Derwent River side of Winhill) [with] Partner [weather] Cold & Windy - Amazing although very difficult ascent from the Derwent River side. Honestly didn't think I was going to make it !! Thighs were burning like crazy & I had to keep stopping to catch my breath..... The weather changed in a heartbeat nearing the summit, like intense bitter wind & cold .....but I DID IT in the end :)

Stephen Eddy bagged Winhill Pike (Win Hill) on April 19th, 2019 [from/via/route] Hope, via edale [with] Jo Allen, Jack Eddy [weather] Sunny

Michael Lee hiked Winhill Pike (Win Hill) during 1983 [from/via/route] Yorkshire Bridge & back down.. [with] Jill and loads of other people [weather] Dry, cold! - Steep but nice.. Done this many times in all sorts of weathers..

Tina Brindley summited Winhill Pike (Win Hill) during October, 2016 [weather] mist windy

Lucy Perchard conquered Winhill Pike (Win Hill) on May 27th, 2017 [from/via/route] Yorkshire Bridge & Hope Cross [with] Tony and Anneli [weather] Sunny - Second walk of our first "impromptu" camping trip to the Peak District

Oliver Hunter scaled Winhill Pike (Win Hill) on September 21st, 2008 [from/via/route] Walked from Yorkshire Bridge, over Winhill Pike & along Ladybower Reservoir. [with] Me, Kat, Adam (9 months), Leon & Nicola. [weather] Warm with slight haze - Great view from the top!

David Brown walked up Winhill Pike (Win Hill) on May 4th, 2016 [from/via/route] Walk Route Map d271 Winhill Pike (Win Hill) from Yorkshire Bridge [weather] Sunny, wind on tops. A beautiful day in May - Took exactly the time it said to allow, including breaks & photographs!

Wayne Linley climbed Winhill Pike (Win Hill) on October 28th, 2015 [from/via/route] Edale-ringing Roger-crookstone knoll -win hill pike [with] Craig Morris simon fleming [weather] Rain-overcast mist no wind - Quality mountain day

Lee Senior bagged Winhill Pike (Win Hill) on March 28th, 2015 [from/via/route] From Castleton then onto Ladybower [with] Andy B [weather] Rain & VERY windy on summit

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Deep snow on Winhill Pike (Win Hill) summit

Deep snow on Winhill Pike (Win Hill) summit

Photo: Dorsal Finn (4)

Heavy snow on the descent down Winhill Pike (Win Hill)

Heavy snow on the descent down Winhill Pike (Win Hill)

Photo: Dorsal Finn (5)

The Vale of Eden from Winhill Pike (Win Hill)

The Vale of Eden from Winhill Pike (Win Hill)

Photo: Ian Windle (11)

The Edale Valley during a temperature inversion - as seen from Winhill Pike (Win Hill)

The Edale Valley during a temperature inversion - as seen from Winhill Pike (Win Hill)

Photo: David Hague (3)

The Vale of Edale with Mam Tor (centre) and Lose Hill (Ward's Piece) in the distance from Winhill Pike (Win Hill)

The Vale of Edale with Mam Tor (centre) and Lose Hill (Ward's Piece) in the distance from Winhill Pike (Win Hill)

Photo: Phillip Martin (1)

Lose Hill (Ward's Piece) and Ladybower Reservoir from Winhill Pike (Win Hill)

Lose Hill (Ward's Piece) and Ladybower Reservoir from Winhill Pike (Win Hill)

Photo: Peter Smith (2)

Shatton Edge, Lose Hill (Ward's Piece) and The Vale of Edale from Hope Bank, Winhill Pike (Win Hill) under a blanket of heavy snow

Shatton Edge, Lose Hill (Ward's Piece) and The Vale of Edale from Hope Bank, Winhill Pike (Win Hill) under a blanket of heavy snow

Photo: Dorsal Finn (16)

Big Truck and Jimbles in heavy snow on the descent down Winhill Pike (Win Hill)

Big Truck and Jimbles in heavy snow on the descent down Winhill Pike (Win Hill)

Photo: Dorsal Finn (6)

Bamford Moor and Winhill Pike (Win Hill) from The Tower, Alport Castles in the snow

Bamford Moor and Winhill Pike (Win Hill) from The Tower, Alport Castles in the snow

Photo: Richard Hooper (1)

Winhill Pike (Win Hill) and the River Noe Valley from Lose Hill (Ward's Piece) under a blanket of heavy snow

Winhill Pike (Win Hill) and the River Noe Valley from Lose Hill (Ward's Piece) under a blanket of heavy snow

Photo: Dorsal Finn (22)

Descending Winhill Pike (Win Hill) towards Yorkshire Bridge in heavy snow

Descending Winhill Pike (Win Hill) towards Yorkshire Bridge in heavy snow

Photo: Dorsal Finn (8)

Winhill Pike (Win Hill) from Ladybower Reservoir

Winhill Pike (Win Hill) from Ladybower Reservoir

Photo: Peter Woods (1)

Carl 'Mozzer' Morris on the summit of Winhill Pike (Win Hill) during a blizzard

Carl 'Mozzer' Morris on the summit of Winhill Pike (Win Hill) during a blizzard

Photo: Dorsal Finn (2)

Winhill Pike (Win Hill) from Lockerbrook Heights

Winhill Pike (Win Hill) from Lockerbrook Heights

Photo: Ian Windle (26)

Tramping through the Winhill Pike (Win Hill) woods in heavy snow

Tramping through the Winhill Pike (Win Hill) woods in heavy snow

Photo: Dorsal Finn (11)

Me on Winhill Pike (Win Hill) with Ladybower Reservoir in the background

Me on Winhill Pike (Win Hill) with Ladybower Reservoir in the background

Photo: Terry Maw (9)

Jimbles, Langy, Big Truck & Mozzer on the summit of Winhill Pike (Win Hill) during a blizzard

Jimbles, Langy, Big Truck & Mozzer on the summit of Winhill Pike (Win Hill) during a blizzard

Photo: Dorsal Finn (3)

Winhill Pike (Win Hill) and Ladybower Reservoir from Derwent Edge

Winhill Pike (Win Hill) and Ladybower Reservoir from Derwent Edge

Photo: Peter Woods (9)

A rainbow over Bamford Moor from  near to the top of Parkin Clough, Winhill Pike (Win Hill)

A rainbow over Bamford Moor from near to the top of Parkin Clough, Winhill Pike (Win Hill)

Photo: Roger Thornber (1)

Winhill Pike (Win Hill) across Bamford Moor from High Neb (Stanage Edge)

Winhill Pike (Win Hill) across Bamford Moor from High Neb (Stanage Edge)

Photo: Christine Shepherd (762)


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