2818 Win Hill
Win Hill lies north-west of Bamford and overlooks Ladybower Reservoir to its north. At 462 metres high, it’s far from the highest hill in the area, but is still a very popular destination for walkers due to its rocky summit (named Winhill Pike), heather moorland, a variety of access routes, fantastic views, and woodland surroundings. It certainly sets it apart from the higher hills that surround it.
It can be accessed using a variety of routes and from most directions. Popular options include an ascent from Hope via Twitchill Farm, from Yorkshire Bridge via a very steep climb up Parkin Clough, or from Kinder Scout along the ridge that connects the two, and which is home to the Roman Road and Hope Cross.
- Hill: Win Hill
- Region: 36: Lancashire, Cheshire and S Pennines
- Area: The Peak District
- County: Derbyshire
- Height (m): 463.4
- Drop (m): 145
- Classification: Hu,4,sMa
- Feature: outcrop 12m WSW of trig point