Walk d321 Mill Hill and Middle Moor from Hayfield

Two ascents - Two superb view points


Route outline for walk d321:

Hayfield  -  Sett Valley Trail  -  Birch Vale  -  The River Sett  -  The Pennine Bridleway  -  Lantern Pike  -  Matley Moor  -  Burnt Hill  -  Mill Hill (Ashop Head)  -  The Pennine Way  -  William Clough  -  Kinder Reservoir  -  Snake Path  -  Middle Moor  -  Hayfield.




Peak Bagging Statistics for this walk:

hewitt
0
English
Mountains
Wainwright
0
Wainwrights
 English Nuttalls
0
English
Nuttalls
Dewey
1
English
Dewey
Wainwright Outlying Fell
0
Wainwright
Outlying Fells
marilyn
0
Marilyns
Bridget
1
Bridget

Peak Bagging Statistics for this walk:

The highest point of this walk is Mill Hill (Ashop Head) at 544m (1785ft). Mill Hill (Ashop Head) is also known as an English Dewey (87th highest in England, 196th in England & Wales)

Completing this walk will also take you to the top of Lantern Pike at 373m (1224ft). Lantern Pike is known as a Bridget.

This walk is on Ordnance Survey Maps:

OS Explorer Map OL1
1:25,000 scale (Orange Covers)

OS Landranger Map 110
1:50,000 scale (Pink Covers)


Some Photos and Pictures from Walk d321 Mill Hill and Middle Moor from Hayfield

In no particular order . . .

Kinder Reservoir with Kinder Downfall on the horizon (centre right)

Kinder Reservoir with Kinder Downfall on the horizon (centre right)

Photo: Stella Whittaker (1)

Hayfield Church

Hayfield Church

Photo: Richard Hooper (23)

Mill Hill (Ashop Head) summit cairn

Mill Hill (Ashop Head) summit cairn

Photo: Ben Lockett (3)

Kinder Scout beyond Kinder Reservoir

Kinder Scout beyond Kinder Reservoir

Photo: Judith Thiery (1)

On The Pennine Bridleway heading for Lantern Pike

On The Pennine Bridleway heading for Lantern Pike

Photo: Richard Hooper (7)

River Ashop

River Ashop

Photo: Mick Coxon (6)

The Pennine Bridleway at the start of the climb up Lantern Pike

The Pennine Bridleway at the start of the climb up Lantern Pike

Photo: Richard Hooper (6)

The remains of a crashed aircraft on Mill Hill (Ashop Head)

The remains of a crashed aircraft on Mill Hill (Ashop Head)

Photo: Maurice Surname (1)

The River Sett in Hayfield

The River Sett in Hayfield

Photo: Richard Hooper (24)

Lantern Pike Summit

Lantern Pike Summit

Photo: David Morecroft (2)

The Sett Valley Trail near Hayfield

The Sett Valley Trail near Hayfield

Photo: Richard Hooper (3)

Kinder Scout (The Edge) in the snow from Mill Hill (Ashop Head)

Kinder Scout (The Edge) in the snow from Mill Hill (Ashop Head)

Photo: Mark Edwards (3)

River Ashop

River Ashop

Photo: Mick Coxon (7)

Leygatehead Moor (left), William Clough and Kinder Reservoir (right) with Kinder Scout on the horizon from White Brow

Leygatehead Moor (left), William Clough and Kinder Reservoir (right) with Kinder Scout on the horizon from White Brow

Photo: Alison Everett (2)

Mill Hill (Ashop Head) from the huge cairn on the western edge of The Kinder Plateau

Mill Hill (Ashop Head) from the huge cairn on the western edge of The Kinder Plateau

Photo: Ben Lockett (5)

The River Sett under a blanket of Water Lilies beside The Sett Valley Trail near Hayfield

The River Sett under a blanket of Water Lilies beside The Sett Valley Trail near Hayfield

Photo: Richard Hooper (5)

Kinder Reservoir from William Clough

Kinder Reservoir from William Clough

Photo: David Atherton (11)

Lantern Pike summit with Mill Hill (Ashop Head), Kinder Scout and<br>Chinley Churn and Hayfield beyond

Lantern Pike summit with Mill Hill (Ashop Head), Kinder Scout and
Chinley Churn and Hayfield beyond

Photo: Richard Hooper (12)

Kinder Scout from Kinder Reservoir

Kinder Scout from Kinder Reservoir

Photo: Roger Dutton (1)

Kinder Reservoir with Kinder Scout beyond

Kinder Reservoir with Kinder Scout beyond

Photo: Mick Coxon (1)

Mill Hill (Ashop Head) summit cairn

Mill Hill (Ashop Head) summit cairn

Photo: Christine Shepherd (732)

Mill Hill (Ashop Head), Kinder Scout and Chinley Churn with Hayfield nestling below from Lantern Pike

Mill Hill (Ashop Head), Kinder Scout and Chinley Churn with Hayfield nestling below from Lantern Pike

Photo: Richard Hooper (11)

Kinder from Lantern Pike

Kinder from Lantern Pike

Photo: Stewart Ramsden (1)

Aerial view of Kinder Reservoir, Hayfield

Aerial view of Kinder Reservoir, Hayfield

Photo: Ron Linton (7)

Looking down William Clough

Looking down William Clough

Photo: Stella Whittaker (3)

Lantern Pike from The Sett Valley Trail near Hayfield

Lantern Pike from The Sett Valley Trail near Hayfield

Photo: Richard Hooper (4)

Kinder Reservoir

Kinder Reservoir

Photo: Ray Foster (4)

Hayfield from Lantern Pike

Hayfield from Lantern Pike

Photo: Sandra Bailey (1)

Kinder Scout from Mill Hill (Ashop Head)

Kinder Scout from Mill Hill (Ashop Head)

Photo: Robert Hardy (14)

The Pennine Bridleway on Lantern Pike

The Pennine Bridleway on Lantern Pike

Photo: Richard Hooper (9)

William Clough

William Clough

Photo: Stella Whittaker (2)

Kinder Reservoir with Kinder Scout beyond from White Brow

Kinder Reservoir with Kinder Scout beyond from White Brow

Photo: David Atherton (10)

Lantern Pike

Lantern Pike

Photo: Richard Hooper (10)

Chinley Churn above Birch Vale and The Sett Valley Trail from<br> The Pennine Bridleway on the lower slopes of Lantern Pike

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)

The Kinder Plateau from Mill Hill (Ashop Head)

The Kinder Plateau from Mill Hill (Ashop Head)

Photo: Ben Lockett (4)

*Kinder Reservoir

*Kinder Reservoir

Photo: Andy Avery (3)


. . . see just 10 walk photos from Walk d321 Mill Hill and Middle Moor from Hayfield


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