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Name:Croome Hill
Hill number:16902
Height:179m / 587ft
Parent (Ma):2833  Bishop Wilton Wold
RHB Section:37: The River Tees to The Wash
County/UA:Yorkshire E Riding (CoU)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (South)
Watershed:Humber Estuary
Class:Tump (100-199m), Clem
(Tu,1,Cm)
Grid ref:SE955658 (est)
Drop:63m
Col:116m  SE931643  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 101
(1:25k) 300E
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 29 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked on roadside by reservoir. As previously noted a somewhat dull hill & only good for confusing passing motorists as you clomp about in the mud.DanMaisieBex04/05/2019
Pointlesspeebs12/01/2018
Stubble in fieldcjo01/01/2018
From reservoir across desolate ploughed field.Campbell Singer11/10/2017
visited trig first, then across road and along tractor tracks to HP area. No mud today. County completion.PeterD06/04/2017
Nice clinging mud.Martin R03/03/2017
Inspected trig,then crossed lane to clartfest.Impossible to be sure of high point.Nothing to recommend this hill at all.With Oscar.catman25/01/2017
With Catman.oscarrosie25/01/2017
Bagged Collingwood trig before walking across the field to bag the Tump summit with Smudge.Dugswell217/12/2016
Car bagging with Dugswell.Smudge17/12/2016
After re-visiting Collingwood trig, a wander 210 metres across clouded field in the dawn dusk. First of planned ten UA completions todayvegibagger16/10/2016
Amble into dry field for highest looking pointBramley08/05/2016
Dry field today. County completion.Adrian24/04/2016
More mud!!citygent04/01/2016
To trig behind pumping station then out into field on other side of road for high point. No crops so no prob.ngthack20/12/2015
With Sail. Intact trig point hidden behind reservoir also visited.Dangerous Dave14/11/2015
Parked by pumping station with short walk into recently cropped fieldRamblingpaul20/09/2015
As AJ: edge between two crops very muddy. Left home at 11:00 to visit 5x simple tumps. Heavy Sleet on M62 but glorious sun here.GordonAdshead24/02/2015
Convenient parking spot by YWA's Collingwood pumping station and reservoir. Visited trig round back of reservoir first, then out into earthy crop fields on other side of road. Followed edge between two crops (new green shoots) for two hundred metres or so to vague high point. Highly visible, couple of large farm vehicles carrying turnips or whatever passed by on road, must have seen me but didn't stop.Aye Jimmy19/10/2014
Parking alongside the transmitter to the north. Short walk across arable field. Go though when dry or before crops appear. (I got drenched!)moorsman11/05/2014
Barrow? to south of road not far from TPDusty28/09/2011
tumulus in ar field c.200m S of road RHW28/09/2002
Ben Rinnes09/06/2019
carole engel21/07/2018
Mark Sims06/02/2018
Alan Caine14/10/2017
Barbara Singer11/10/2017
andrew brown13/02/2017
asbown16/11/2011