Axe Edge Moor is a TUMP just south west of Buxton and the fifth highest summit in the list. It is on high moorland with the best views to the south and east.
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Hills of the Peak District
Shutlingsloe is a distinctive, steep sided hill near the village of Wildboarclough in Cheshire, sometimes known as the ‘Matterhorn of the Peak District’. It is a fine hill, a HUMP (over 100m prominence), and many people’s favourite hill in the area.
The Roaches is a HUMP well known for its west facing cliffs, popular with rock climbers. The Roaches is the defining hill in the south west Peak near Leek. The full traverse is rated 53 i the best '100 walks in Britain'.
Ramshaw Rocks is a TUMP with some very unusual rock formations. It is part of the excellent traverse of the Roaches rocky ridge, one of the most popular walks in the Peak District.
Grin Low is a TUMP close to the centre of Buxton. It is a straightforward walk from the car park at Poole Cavern to the Tower on its summit.
Hen Cloud is a fine hill. It is a TUMP and a close neighbour of the Roaches. There is rock climbing on its western side but a lovely hill for all.
Revidge is a TUMP overlooking the hills round Hartington and the Manifold Valley. The summit area is surrounded by heather and has impressive views.
Gradbach Hill is a TUMP and close neighbour of the Roaches. Its defining feature is the Yawning Stone, situated very close to the summit.
The Gun is one of five Marilyns (hills with 150m or more prominence) on this listing. It is also one of the easiest summits to reach.
The Cloud lies on the border between Cheshire and Staffordshire and is one of only five Marilyns (hills with prominence of 150m or more) in the Peak District area. The summit is on National Trust land.