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TP0147 - Crow Knowl
12th Jan 2014 14:22 by castrigteam
8th Dec 2013 15:54 by vegibagger
Lots of masts at sunset. Alan Dawson's 16th birthday trig.
26th Oct 2013 00:00 by dogwalking
Great area for walking my dogs car park FREE trig easy to find even in fog like today
1st Jun 2013 10:27 by THE CYCLIST
Hadn't planned on visiting this today, but still timr left and opportunity of good weather too good to miss. Cycled up access track to comms tower. Convenient shelter wall to lodge camera and take self potrait. expansive views over Manchester. 11th pillar of day for 2 days in a row. Total now 2103
24th Apr 2013 09:15 by Malrae
Easy access, views obscured due bad weather
2nd Dec 2012 12:10 by slateloose
Walked up from Cromford Fold car park,great views.
19th Sep 2012 14:32 by Glaslyn
Short walk on row from the N parking outside cottages. Good views. Pillar fine.
4th Aug 2012 16:20 by tommo
(84)parked outside public house thats up for sale, walked up the hill to track and followed towards the mast, pillar near to buildings and has a OS plaque on it , weather spoiling what would be nice views over Delph.
6th Nov 2011 20:45 by painterman61
Last of day parked at the side of road which leads direct to top.Good views here spoiled by airel complex trig in vgc gps plaque resin plug.
20th Aug 2011 13:53 by dpeberdy
Parked on the wideish verge to the East and walked up the very clear path. I chose to go part way round the top before heading up, but came down the fading path directly. It is a real shame this is marred by two large ariels, because without them it would be a fantastic spot. Even with them the views away are amazing.
10th Jul 2011 10:36 by knoutberry
Visited whilst completing New Saddleworth 5 Trigs with Irregulars LDWA.
4th Apr 2011 15:00 by Ron Plasma
Surprisingly nice area, but a bit of a dog walkers area. Pillar overshadowed by telecoms equipment.
13th Mar 2011 14:26 by Terry L
Asphalt plug. Unusually, one broken hook. Public. Access Land. Vast expanse of rough grass & heather, providing great recreation for local urban population. Terrific hill, whose summit masts detract little from the scene & do not interfere with the trigpoint.
11th Jan 2011 00:00 by pete37038
Great views, ace area.
2nd Jan 2011 11:00 by castrigteam
Passive Station. On the Crompton Circuit. Excellent viewpoint on a clear day.
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14th Nov 2010 14:30 by MickandKim
Mast`s and pylons
22nd Oct 2010 00:00 by Rupertal
11th Aug 2010 16:12 by bluewhitereg
Great views (apart from the nearby masts) despite the rain.
17th Jul 2010 12:08 by wrose
Visited this one whilst out on a walk that also called at Tandle Hill, Hey Farm and Birshaw. Pillar surrounded by a variety of communication masts but easily accessible on track going through them. Pillar has plaque showin that it was included in the satellite positioning programme. Excellent views of the surrounding countryside.
3rd May 2010 16:30 by craftinessa
3rd May 2010 14:30 by swampysean
2nd Apr 2010 16:28 by PeteBoggs
Short trip up from A640
24th Jan 2010 20:25 by ocean soul
Short pleasant stroll from just outside Denshaw.Not much in the way of views due to inclement weather.
20th Sep 2009 11:58 by Triggers
good views , though not exact an inspiring walk up to it. done as part of a trip that took in 5 local trigpoints
27th Aug 2009 13:35 by wanderer
5th Aug 2009 07:58 by manonabike
Joined the early morning dog walkers, counted 8 dogs on way up and 5 on way down., mind where you tread
8th Apr 2009 15:05 by scubaclogger
Good views up here today all the way to Warrington
27th Mar 2009 00:00 by paulxtr
8th Mar 2009 14:25 by splash
Good views all round. Weather no better still hail showers.
8th Sep 2008 06:10 by bargee
up here i the dark findig the nearby cache
3rd May 2008 18:20 by gansonwheels
A brief family stroll from the B+B on the Denshaw side, where we were staying to celebrate my parents' Diamond Wedding. We could have chosen a better TP for such a milestone but it was a lovely evening and it was nearby. Pity we had lost the clue for the cache at the foot of the hill !
29th Apr 2008 20:07 by bluewater
Good views all around, no pics as battery ran out. There's a plaque on the trig stating it's a monument to the OS.
1st Mar 2008 00:00 by caroleengel
12th Nov 2007 09:45 by astra-nomical
Good views from the trig. Signs of cars having been burnt out nearby.
29th Aug 2007 20:00 by stonefielders
done whilst out geocaching
14th Aug 2007 17:31 by daveyboy
Sit was only visited whilst I was at work on the radio towers. This hill has three on it. I have also been up here before whilst staying at a local hotel. The views from this hill are very impressive out across the north of Manchester and on into Lancaster. Also great views down the Pennines to the east. The hill also supports a wind shelter.
S2768 The pillar.©daveyboy
25th Apr 2007 17:58 by kingofgeography
24th Apr 2007 13:05 by sweeners
17th Feb 2007 13:24 by RY-YD
Good views of Rochdale, Oldham and Manchester.
13th Jul 2006 23:37 by Josho
buzzin, n caught the sunset too, see the pic below
Sunset at Crow Knowl got up there just in time for the sunset, beautiful
13th Jul 2006 21:46 by Ben Jammin
Good views of Shaw and Oldham. Mint ride down into Shaw from the top as well.
8th Apr 2006 12:20 by ted
Tarmac plug, GPS plaque. Rain, wind, showers, hail, sun then rain again - fine weather for Oldham 8-)
22nd Mar 2006 13:11 by Keith Stevens
On Crompton Moor, excellent site near numerous masts. Stone plug, good condition, GPS passive station. Bit of a slog up from the SW, but a lovely day for it. Interesting stone cross shelter for a sit down. Public
11th Feb 2006 15:30 by mtb mick
Sits on top of Crompton Moor by the masts. Great views all around. Stone cross shelter nearby.
20th Jan 2006 12:00 by iainmac
10th Aug 2005 15:57 by Blue
2nd Jan 2005 14:52 by John Riley
I must have chosen the coldest, windiest day to visit this trig. I could hardly stand up never mind hold my camera steady. The all round views are fantastic and far reaching. I saw the sun going down over Manchester. Even though its not a particularly scenic area and everything is dominated by masts and pylons it is still very much worth a visit.
Crow Knowl Close up of trig.
12th Jun 2004 13:45 by Pyoung1s
1st Aug 2003 14:00 by P.Hogg
1st Aug 2003 14:00 by Hedgehogg
1st Jun 2003 17:12 by The Hungry Caterpillars
Part of the GPS network according to plaque on pillar(1999).Views over Manchester way.
22nd Feb 2003 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc; resin plug; GPS; stiles to summit
30th Nov 1999 00:00 by Bramley
New 5 Trigs walk
22nd Sep 1996 00:00 by mickandshane
Overshadowed by the mast.