Hollins Hill is a TUMP with steep eastern slopes and a broad north to south ridge. It is the highest of 4 hills making an excellent round from Hollinsclough.
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Hills of the Peak District
Chrome Hill is one of the most interesting of Britain’s sub 2,000ft hills. It is shaped like a fin and gives an excellent ridge walk on a good path.
High Wheeldon is a steep sided TUMP with a history going back 10,000 years. As well as a interesting history it is owned by the BMC and has some excellent rock climbing.
Pilsbury Castle Hill is a TUMP directly above the hamlet of Pilsbury. A quiet, minor road passes south of the summit. Combine the walk with Carder Low.
Wolfscaote Hill is a HUMP with a Trig Point at the summit. It has fine views south down Wolfscote Dale and Dove Dale.
Carder Low is a TUMP lying north of Hartington. It is a classic White Peak summit with grassy slopes and limestone rocks protruding through the grass. A good walk combines it with Pilsbury Castle Hill.
Parkhouse Hill is a steep sided and a spectacular peak. It is an extension of the Chrome Hill fin with a steep climb from every direction.
Wetton Hill is a HUMP with a smooth grassy summit. This hill has excellent views to the east and is marginally higher than nearby Ecton Hill and its namesake to the south west.
Ecton Hill is a TUMP lying high above the Manifold Valley with a Trig Point at the summit. There is plenty of evidence of old copper mines on its slopes.
Narrowdale Hill is a TUMP with an unmarked summit. It has a steep north eastern flank but with gentler, grassy slopes to the south. Combined with its near neighbour Gratton Hill.
Gratton Hill is inevitably twinned with Narrowdale Hill but it is marginally lower. It is a TUMP with a cairn marking the summit.
Parkhouse Hill North is a subsidiary of Parkhouse Hill. However it is a distinct hill and a TUMP best combined with Chrome and Hollins Hill..
Wetton Hill South West Top is a TUMP with a rounded grassy summit. It is lower than its namesake but arguably the better summit.
Bunster Hill lies directly above Ilam and Dove Dale. The summit is in a small wooded area. It can easily be combined with the more popular Thorpe Cloud.
Thorpe Cloud is a TUMP and one of the most popular hills in the Peak District. It has a steep, rocky summit and is often combined with the stepping stones over the River Dove.