16573 Crook Hill

Crook Hill is located in the Dark Peak area of the Peak District National Park. The hill has twin summits, the highest of which is 382m. The second summit is apparently sometimes called Ladycrook Hill. The summit of the hill is made up of gritstone outcrops and commands excellent views towards Win Hill, and also overlooking Ladybower Reservoir. The hill is most frequently accessed from the A57, and it’s usual for the walker to continue onto Bridge-end Pasture after summiting.

Hill Stats:
  • Hill: Crook Hill
  • Region: 36: Lancashire, Cheshire and S Pennines
  • County: Derbyshire
  • Height (m): 382
  • Drop (m): 33
  • Classification: 3
  • Feature: rock outcrop
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