Black Hill

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Black Hill

Black Hill, in the Peak District, is the highest hill in West Yorkshire, England. Its summit has a maximum elevation of 582 m above sea level. It is surpassed in height by only two other major summits in the Peak District. Black Hill is a typical Pennine moorland mountain, with a very flat and extensive plateau. Wikipedia

Ethel Data

Height
582 metres
Prominence
165 metres
County
Derbyshire / West Yorkshire

Map Data

Grid Ref
SE078046
Lat/Lon
53.537992, -1.8837793

Recent Logged Ascents

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Date
Weather
Visibility
Source
07/10/2023
Wind
Good
Manual
02/09/2023
Cloudy
Average
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16/08/2023
Sunny
Excellent
Manual
25/06/2023
Sunny
Excellent
Manual
17/06/2023
Unknown
Unknown
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04/06/2023
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05/03/2023
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18/02/2023
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12/02/2023
Cloudy
Excellent
Manual
25/11/2022
Unknown
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29/10/2021
Cloudy
Poor
Manual
11/09/2021
Unknown
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23/04/2021
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