Stanton Moor

Photo © Jonathan Clitheroe (cc-by-sa/2.0)

Stanton Moor

Stanton Moor is a small upland area in the Derbyshire Peak District of central northern England, lying between Matlock and Bakewell near the villages of Birchover and Stanton-in-Peak. It is known for its megaliths – particularly the Nine Ladies stone circle – and for its natural, wind-eroded sandstone pillars. The Peak District Boundary Walk runs across the moor.

Ethel Data

Height
323 metres
Prominence
108 metres
County
Derbyshire

Map Data

Grid Ref
SK245629
Lat/Lon
53.162664, -1.6350165

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22/01/2023
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06/06/2022
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09/04/2019
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11/03/2018
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21/05/2014
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