Chrome Hill is small hill with a steep drop down, located in the Peak District, on the Derbyshire part of the upper Dove valley, England. It has a height of 425 metres (1394 feet). It makes part of a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest and tourists are requested not to remove geological samples. It was pronounced an open access land, under the dispositions ot the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000. The single access from the northern western side is a concessionary footpath. It is a popular walkers hill, with amazing views on a clear day.