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Name:Hambleton Hill
Hill number:17411
Height:126m / 413ft
Parent (Ma):2869  Cleeve Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Rutland (CoU)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SK 89956 07593
Summit feature:no feature: ground by church
Col:86m  SK892080  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 141
(1:25k) 234
Observations:ground 55m E at SK 90012 07599 near churchyard entrance may be as high
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 52 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Busy little village, roadside parking eventually found. Walked back to church, high point in church yard, W side.jonglew20/07/2019
Parked up near the church and had a quick walk around.Wheelsy24/04/2019
Walk round and past the churchNottsOutdoorLad07/04/2019
Wandered around church yard.David Evans11/03/2019
Parked in village went to possible HP just inside church gate, but HP is probably at the other end of the church to the west.PeterD16/08/2018
Parked near church before going to see ospreys at Rutland Water.mart079729/07/2018
Didn't think I'd get this far today but collected hills faster than expected and glad I've visited Rutland Water at last. Interesting to see how the other half live.Wycombe Wanderer17/07/2018
Diverted here and walked round the church grounds, whilst on a visit to Oakham.JohnW12/07/2018
Short walk around grave yard.rhalstead25/02/2018
5/7 (South Hill/Wellsborough Hill/Life Hill/Burrough Hill/Hambleton Hill/Buckminster Hill/Breedon Hill)Fergalh13/12/2017
Wandered round churchyard to various candidates. Nice spot.Bramley16/11/2017
Best hill of 4 today, including the Hump, Whatborough Hill. One of the easiest- just a visit to the churchyard. I made a 2 mile walk of it, though, using the footpath (very nettley to start)down to Rutland Water and returning to the village after a walk near the shore. Good sunset over lake.pwheeler30/10/2017
Visited en route to Stamford, parked at end of road south of village centre as it was very busy in the centre due to a hot bank holiday.muzza228/08/2017
With D, Lesley and Petercallumorr08/07/2017
Church still having roof repaired. High point may at back (W end) or slight mound to R as one enters churchyard (E end).Aye Jimmy13/05/2017
A wander around the church yard and foot path W of flat topped hill. Slight mound W of church tower as high as anywhere. Church probably built on natural high point but closed until July as having roof replaced. A pleasently peaceful village.RichardM28/03/2017
Parked near church then had a walk around graveyard.Dugswell203/03/2017
Wandered all over the churchyard and down the footpath behind the church (currently fenced off and closed due to roof repairs). With Sail & Coel.Dangerous Dave26/02/2017
Lovely church and village. High point seemed to be on a small mound to the rearColin Crawford05/01/2017
Around back of church. Fairly dark by the time I arrived. Nice stained glass window lit up from the inside. Found a good spot to camp not far from the reservoir before heading up to Melton for a water vole survey the next day.Herbert Anchovy20/07/2016
As for RHW.arranc22/05/2016
Seven summits total from Oakham train station by bicycle with DTL. 33 miles, 2,120ft ascent total. Shattering bike ride out from Oakham after long day but worth it - lovely little village and fascinating! Presumed summit by church.Fionalevey24/02/2016
Great place to finish a long day on mountain bike. 7 tops 33 miles and 2100' of ascent. Lovely village. Top seems to be at back of church.trimarc224/02/2016
High point north west of church. Almost a SIB.ngthack10/02/2016
Solo, back of church.simon and co13/10/2015
Amazing little village in the middle of Rutland Water. According to my GPS receiver the top was on a footpath behind the church which runs alongside a posh looking kennel business. Great views to be had just a few metres down the path.timday17/09/2015
With my wife & daughter. Parked adjacent to grassy triangle at the front of church. Several spots in churchyard are possible candidates for the summit; think a small hump at the back is highest, but bagged them all to be sure. Had hoped for better views than we got.wheresthepath16/08/2015
Interesting little wander through the churchyard and along the narrow snaking footpath that leads west from the back of the churchyard.vegibagger25/07/2015
Almost like an island in Rutland WaterMark Sims20/05/2015
On way home from a Corby visit. Easy diversion off road heading for A1.Round back of church, parking to back.nordicstar18/03/2015
Nice village, went round the back of the church.Adrian27/09/2014
Went to Hambleton Hall for dinner and 'ticked' this off on the way.Cap_Thunderbolt19/05/2014
Sheeba, Biscuit (Her black labrador) and i, parked up in Hambleton before starting a19.1 mile Walk around the whole of Rutland water. I Walked around the edge of the churchyard to bag this hill. One aspect of this village is How dark it is at night. Good job i had a head torch!Dazingdale08/03/2014
N (or W?) edge of churchyard, 124m, +/-4m. RHW08/05/2011
Estimated datejake thackeray01/01/2001
Tony J16/07/2017
Campbell Singer21/06/2015
Barbara Singer21/06/2015
andrew brown12/06/2015
David Purchase10/04/2011
David Purchase24/07/2005