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Name:Mount Hill
Hill number:19029
Height:116m / 381ft
Parent (Ma):2869  Cleeve Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:South Gloucestershire (UA)
Catchment:Avon (Bristol)
Grid ref:ST649729 (est)
Col:108m  ST649734  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 172
(1:25k) 155
Comments:Replaced by 19676 Hopewell Hill in May 2020
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 28 users)ByDate of Ascent
Walked about a bit but concrete at side of number 78 looks highest to me.clivevilla15/10/2019
Pavement on Court Rd opposite end of Pettigrove Rd seemed as high as anywhere.Aye Jimmy07/07/2019
Visited all suggested high points.Chris Peart07/10/2018
1/1 Live nearby so a rarity, one of the few hills less than 200 metres that i have ever bagged !Fergalh21/09/2017
Slow congested drive out from Bristol to Kingswood -and this urban top of limited interest - unless you time your visit very badly to be unexpectedly sucked underground when the 'coal mining history which affects the town occasionally causes gardens to open up' (wiki)Chris Pearson06/02/2017
No.78 or left corner of house to its left no.2vegibagger02/08/2016
Made use of the extra day by an evening ascent to No. 78.Campbell Singer29/02/2016
In the dark. Fortunately, nobody looked out to see two suspicious looking Tumpers.Barbara Singer29/02/2016
NE corner of No 78 by side gate seems clear highpointRHW25/12/2015
Urban, roadside by basketball court.Adrian20/12/2015
Drove over the summit from north, nice views to the south heading down the hill.Swindon Bagger25/10/2015
Agree with RamblingP. A poor choice to complete S Gloucs at 1330 so decided to find two more points in Gloucs on way home to ManchesterGordonAdshead08/09/2015
Drive by. Junction of Court Road and Pettigrove Road.arranc19/08/2015
By the park on Pettigrove RoadMariana Trench09/08/2015
Pavement on Court Road opposite Pettigrove Road is possibly the highest pointRamblingpaul04/06/2015
Visited various candidatesBramley21/05/2015
Lots of possible High points. Possibly on road or corner of basketball courtPeterD16/05/2015
The playing field on the corner with Hopps Road seemed as high as anywhere - perhaps close to the basketball court. Otherwise, possibly on the road near the junction with Pettigrove Road.Herbert Anchovy26/02/2015
Insignificant urban hill. Difficult to say exactly where the HP is. Either ar rear of an apartment block, 'Fairview Court', which is accessible. Or maybe where the school playing field abuts the rear of 81 Court Road, which is less accessible. Either way it was a poor, second, finish for the S Glos tumps.jonglew14/02/2015
Steve Q22/02/2020
andrew brown13/05/2015