N.B. Some hill summits are on private property or on land where there is no public right of way. Permission should be sought from the landowner where access to a hill summit is through private land.
Please report via the contact page any logs you see below which describe or encourage acts of trespass, and mention the hill number and hill name.
|Logged Descriptions (logged by 28 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|Up track from north which bends round then ROW to SE||Mark Sims||25/07/2019|
|Up semi-concreted lane from Idlicote Lodge to Hill FArm and round field edge.||GordonAdshead||13/07/2019|
|2nd Tump of 11 on a 46.3km traverse from Goldicote Bus. park to Banbury, climbing Rough Hill then fp's to Halford,continuing through Idlicote village, past Fox covert and Pumpground coppice before shortcut to high point next to field edge. I also explored high ground in field. As with all these levellish summits, everywhere seemes to look higher due to the optical illusion of looking at the subtle dips. My route has two balloon like loops as i was lured back into the field. However satisfaction and curiosity were sated and I continued on fp South, SE for Castle Hill...||Dazingdale||01/06/2019|
|Sun sinking too soon in the west before 7pm at the end of a lovely sunny warm day for March (15 degrees). Clocks yet to move forward this coming weekend. Up from sleepy Idlicote whose parish is too small to justify a parish council and instead have a parish meeting. Old fashioned gypsy caravan with two horses on the quiet grass verge settling in for the night. Hats off to the survey team who spent 3 hours in the flat summit fields to ascertain the highest spot.||Chris Pearson||27/03/2019|
|Very flat summit. The field edge to the East seem as high as anywhere.||KC||21/03/2019|
|From Honington, joining Centenary Way, returning via Upper St Dennis cottages. A nice walk with good Cotswold edge views and some big field margins (also, earlier today, on Rough Hill). With Pete, sunny and warm day. Barely worth the struggle through undergrowth/crop to claim HP on either hill, rest of the walks was enjoyable.||pwheeler||24/06/2018|
|Flat top crop field. Lots of private signs on track up.||vegibagger||08/04/2018|
|At field corner- planted fields, easily accessible from RoW. Misty Autumnal day, with Meg, loaned Collie. I have seen more unfriendly notices!!||Denise||26/10/2017|
|By tracks and paths from the N. Levellish arable farmland hill top. High point at corner of field easy to access along wide grassy field margin.
And again on 04-01-2017 with Graham Jackson and John Barnard for survey.||RichardM||26/10/2017|
|Parked at junction to N by large house, took track past unfriendly signs till it curved R to join various footpaths. SE along one then R at field edge to curve and HP. Returned via another f/p to W of way up.||Aye Jimmy||07/09/2017|
|From road junction to Idlicote. Up track from north. Again people seem unwelcome. Rural security issues perhaps? Very flat indeterminate hp.||Campbell Singer||12/02/2017|
|From N up track.||clivevilla||29/12/2016|
|Track from North on FPs and then along field edge to HP.||PeterD||06/11/2016|
|Up the track from Idlicote. High point in arable field behind big house.||Herbert Anchovy||19/10/2016|
|From Whatcote village to NE, via Centenary Way||BrianMatthews||10/11/2015|
|Pleasant walk from Honington on the Centenary Way.||JohnW||28/07/2015|
|From NNW, summit in field corner fairly near Big Posh House (one of several in area!)||RHW||13/12/2014|
|Walk over from Shipston on Stour on the Centenary Way.||rhalstead||17/05/2013|
|Lots of dog walkers.||Adrian||15/10/2011|
|On Centenary Way.||arranc||23/08/1992|