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Name:Oatfield Hill
Hill number:18073
Height:206m / 676ft
Parent (Ma):2900  Dundry Down
RHB Section:41: South Central England
County/UA:North Somerset (UA)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (South)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:ST 50858 66432
Summit feature:fence corner at side of track
Col:138m  ST539661  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 172 182
(1:25k) 154
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 21 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked on lane and followed marked footpath. Easy win.Ramblingpaul04/02/2019
Parked at the foot of the track. Very quick bag.clivevilla10/10/2018
Parked at the foot of the track for a quick ascent.Chris Peart07/10/2018
Very easy. Parked at lane entrance on Hyattís Wood Rd. ten minutes there and back with Barbara and 2 year old grandson in tow. Good distant views of central Bristol.Campbell Singer26/09/2018
With Grandma and Pop. Not happy.Charlie Singer26/09/2018
With Campbell and Charlie. Good views on a beautiful afternoon. Indian summer.Barbara Singer26/09/2018
A frustratingly long bag if one wants to bag both trig pillar to the west which is 4m.lower than the hill summit and then expect that one can get easily across east to bag the hill. When Sharen Kingham expressed surprise that getting to the pillar from the east was a problem I should've smelt more of a problem than I did. Access to the trig is very best done from gate up round the bend to the west. But there is no expected gate on to the track from the eastern boundary with that track. I went north for 3-4 fields without success and had to come all the way back west, down the road to the south and back up the eastern track to get to the 4m higher TuMP summit. Eventually both were bagged but it was bit of an ordeal.vegibagger24/07/2018
2/2 (Maes Knoll/Oatfield Hill)Fergalh06/10/2017
Short walk up the lane. High point not obvious.Herbert Anchovy07/09/2017
as for Jonglewarranc05/07/2017
From Oatfield estate along the lane, and up the track to the ridgeMariana Trench13/07/2016
From wRHW23/04/2016
Short walk up track from road which seems to be a rat run to airport. More than a whiff of aviation fuel in the air.PeterD07/07/2015
After visiting pillarDusty20/06/2015
From road to west. Short walk on RoW. HP on field boundary.jonglew28/01/2015
Parked at junction of minor road and Tinkerís Lane (track) at ST 50605 66428. Walked up lane then over stile onto track. Fence corner beside track at ST 50859 66432 seemed to be the highest point.David Gradwell02/10/2009
andrew brown18/08/2017