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Region: Peak District
One of only two 2000 foot summts in the Peak District, Bleaklow is a large area of exposed, eroded blanket peat bog, difficult to navigate. The highest summit - Bleaklow Head - is an imperceptible rise topped by cairn, close to an outcrop known as the Wain Stones. It is crossed by the Pennine Way.
There are 620 Walkhighlanders who have climbed Bleaklow Head. They have contributed 8 public walk reports including this summit. These are ordered below with the most popular ones first. The rightmost column shows how many summits were included in their report, which may help you to find the most relevant reports.
|A fine day out at Bleaklow Head and Higher Shelf Stones.||trailmasher||15/08/2017||4|
|11 into 3 does go - Northern Pennines||stig_nest||20/09/2014||1|
|Bleaklow and the Upper Derwent - The Peak Empty Quarter||icemandan||06/09/2010||1|
|A Bleak Day on Bleaklow Head||Derek T||29/05/2010||1|
|Bleaklow from Longdendale||poppiesrara||07/09/2014||0|
|Bank Holiday Bleaklow||Broggy1||26/05/2014||0|
|Bleaklow Head from Birchin Clough||PauloUK77||28/12/2009||0|
|Bleaklow and the B29||GarryH||29/04/2009||0|