Higher Shelf Stones 621m [Mountain]

53.449816, -1.86761 [UK]

Worldwide: 442nd= [all time] N/A [last year] N/A [last month]
Country: 442nd= [all time] N/A [last year] N/A [last month]

boulder 4m NW of trig point

Source: Database of British and Irish Hills v14


Last Bagged on 8th Jan 2019 3:43pm by Tramplite

First Bagged on 15th Sep 2012 1:48pm by Where_to_next

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Maps to Higher Shelf Stones

Barmoor Clough to Glossop

Barmoor Clough to Glossop JohnYates

18th Mar 2016

Via Brown Knoll, Kinder Scout, Mill Hill and Higher Shelf Stones

Beacons: 157 | Distance: 21.7 miles | Height Gain: 3,077 ft

Hayfield to Glossop

Hayfield to Glossop JohnYates

8th Apr 2015

via Mount Famine, South Head, Brown Knoll, Kinder Low, Mill Hill, Higher Shelf Stones and James Thorn

Beacons: 354 | Distance: 19.5 miles | Height Gain: 2,746 ft

Bleaklow Circular 6th October 2012

Bleaklow Circular 6th October 2012 mixedupmessedup

6th Oct 2012

A circular hike on Bleaklow taking in Bleaklow Head, Over Exposed (B29 crash site) and Higher Shelf Stones

Beacons: 71 | Distance: 6.1 miles | Height Gain: 1,217 ft

Top Baggers of Higher Shelf Stones


JohnYates [3]

Hill walker mainly in the Peak District.


Rosenrot213 [3]

Usually found wandering around the Peak District


DeanRead [2]

Can often be spotted Walking, Wild Camping and Cycling in the #GloriousPeakDistrict and beyond while videoing things for YouTube along the way.


Tramplite [1]

Full-time hiker, cycle tourer and paddler. Occasional designer of lightweight hiking kit.


backpackartist [1]

Backpacker and Outdoors Blogger at http://backpackartist.com. Abstract landscape artist at http://matthewkingarts.com. Usually spotted lurking around the Lakes, Wales, Dartmoor the South East, and on the TGO Challenge.

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