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Name:Soil Hill
Hill number:16540
Height:403m / 1322ft
Parent (Ma):2816  Boulsworth Hill - Lad Law
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Calderdale (UA)
Catchment:Aire
Class:Tump (400-499m)
(Tu,4)
Grid ref:SE 07686 31371
Summit feature:no feature: grass
Drop:54m
Col:349m  SE065316  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 104
(1:25k) OL21N OL21S
Observations:natural summit not identifiable
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 56 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Soil Hill > Soil Hill Connecting Point from GR: SE 07783 31056Hippster25/01/2020
Soil Hill > Soil Hill Connecting Point from GR: SE 07783 31056ronaldo33325/01/2020
2 of 2 on 36 mile bike ride starting from my mums house in Dewsbury. Simple diversion from the main road to summitThe-Z-Man03/11/2019
Parked to the South by reservoir gate SE077310.David Evans09/06/2019
a couple of inches of snow coverAdrian29/01/2019
Short walk from S. Visited listed mound and other nearby mounds.RobertP17/06/2018
From Ned Hill Rd. Big views.. Then visited my old college friend, Phil, who lives in nearby Queensbury.Campbell Singer30/01/2018
Quite atmospheric in the mist . Up past mast from road to south Ned Hill RoadMark Sims20/12/2017
From Ned Hill road as it was getting dark, past mast to HP and then back via the trig.PeterD05/09/2017
Unsure if I'd actually gone to the site of the deceased trig actual hill summit in 2003, I re-visited itvegibagger26/06/2017
Walked from Ogden Reservoir with SM, then back there for lunch in car during a heavy shower and then on to Nab Hill.IanHHill22/02/2017
2nd hill of 5 today on a route from the Victoria Hotel in Atherton (suburb of Bradford) to Halifax station, climbing Harrop Edge and then a lengthy walk borrowing the Bronte way before taking a track directly up past the 'sleeping' diggers and up past the vast excavated basin (in preparation for landfill I expect) to get to the highest point, one of a series of grassed over mounds on the Eastern side of the fp that runs through the centre. Strangely there is a stone circle made from slate slabs in the field to the Sw. I continued onwards to Swales Moor.Dazingdale05/02/2017
Parking on the road to the S then along ROW to this one. Pillar good condition interested cattle next door field, then on round footpaths to its X neighbor.griefmiester26/09/2016
5/5 Fifth of warm, sunny day in Yorkshire (Burnhope Seat/Burnhope Seat (trig Point)/Harwood Common/Nab Hill/Soil Hill)Fergalh05/06/2016
Calderdale completion. The highest & grottiest.ngthack08/11/2015
Parking on the roadside at the start of the footpath (There is a Footpath Closed notice at the start which dog-walkers seemed to ignore. Take your pick as to the highest point!moorsman24/10/2015
We park up next to the wind farm on Ovenden Moor (white underfoot - with further snow showers AM)Old Fly Delph - Nab Hill - Trig on Ovenden Moor - Denholme Gate - Causewayfoot - Past the OLD Clay works (facinating link on the internet regarding this) Soil Hill(&Trig) - Ogden Plantation - back to startbriandavies21/02/2015
With Jo, walk from Ogden Water: Soil Hill. Also visited site of destroyed Soil Hill trig and then onto extant Soil Hill Connecting Point trig. Weather; overcast, cool breeze, good visibility.amblerbob25/01/2015
Up from Ogden Water to make at least a modest walk.Sun disappeared as I set off(!)Long distance views but unclear in poor light-still better than the hill itself.With Oscar.catman29/10/2014
With Catman.oscarrosie29/10/2014
Parked at entrance to covered reservoir then used right of way to bag former trig site and spoil heap likely top for Soil Hill TUMP before continuing on right of way to bag Soil Hill Connecting Point trig.Dugswell205/10/2014
Parked at entrance to covered reservoir at SE 07689 31024. Took track/public right-of-way passing site of destroyed trig pillar. Highest point is grassed over spoil mound at SE 07686 31371. Difficult to define any natural high point!David Gradwell15/06/2014
Short walk from wide road to south, easy parking. Summit area feels like a disused refuse dump!citygent07/11/2013
did with Nab Hill from Ogden Water. Overcast, dry calmjoseph mitchell25/09/2013
Literally a dumpMartin R01/09/2013
Walked up from Ogden. The summit is a terrible mess, very saddening and enraging to see.Jake99424/07/2013
Night time ascent. Hill seen at its best -judging by other comments. Short stroll along fp from road to south.Chris Pearson02/09/2011
For baggers only. Trig gone and the top is like a tip. There is a nearby trig that can also be bagged.Alan Caine31/05/2010
Short walk, should be a trig but presumed buried under vast landscaped tip. There is another nearby on 'Soil Hill Connecting Point'. Close up view of kestrel picking up and carrying off what looked like a rat.Aye Jimmy10/05/2007
Hebden Bridge to Halifax trigging (Keelam-Hunter Hill-Soil Hill-Cock Hill-Beacon Hill)Mac.Hawk01/11/2005
RHW06/03/2005
trig gone only the nearby northerly one therevegibagger22/06/2003
As part of Guide Ten Trigs WalkBramley06/06/1980
Wycombe Wanderer25/01/2020
Longwojo03/03/2019
GaryJones23/10/2018
Andy West03/09/2018
mae28/08/2018
Archie15/07/2018
KathW15/07/2018
andrew brown19/07/2017
asbown24/03/2017
Igor Mincenko19/04/2016
MM30/03/2016
nylthewheel02/10/2015
softsquare15/04/2015
GordonAdshead12/11/2014
George Gradwell15/06/2014
Edwin Gradwell15/06/2014
Anton01/01/2013