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Name:Dodworth Hill
Hill number:19238
Height:192m / 630ft
Parent (Ma):2810  Black Hill
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Barnsley (UA)
Catchment:Don (Thorne)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SE 31403 05984
Summit feature:no feature: ground c 20m from bush
Col:154m  SE304055  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 110 111
(1:25k) OL1E 278N
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 35 users)ByDate of Ascent
Dodworth Hill from GR: SE 31607 06010ronaldo33319/01/2020
On my way back from a meeting at Woodhall Services with Jeff. There's a lay by on the busy road to the east. Enter woods by footpath sign. Steep muddy walk up through the trees to the summit. No access problems. Solo.Dangerous Dave12/11/2019
Parked in pull-in directly to the East, SE316060. Rusting pushchairs nowhere to be seen.David Evans03/06/2019
Path opposite Road side layby to the eastvegibagger04/01/2019
From footpath sign on busy road to E a wide bramble free path ascends muddy slope through trees to grassy summit plateau. Reasonable views.RichardM30/11/2018
From road to E. Surprisingly pleasant top.RobertP03/06/2018
8/8 on 39.7 mile bike ride starting on Whaley road in barugh green. Including monk bretton, lees hill, newhill, hoober stand, potter holes, hoyland lowe, champany hill and dodworth hillThe-Z-Man01/02/2018
Parked on busy minor road to the east. Muddy path straight up to clear summit which is now littered with rusting pushchairs!!Campbell Singer02/11/2017
Easy parking in a small pull-in on the road to the east. Cross the road and a good path leads through the trees directly to the top. 15 minutes return.moorsman19/09/2017
As RHW. Barnsley re-completed.Moorponder09/06/2017
As per GAMark Sims27/04/2017
as for brambleyarranc28/03/2017
Bagged this one back in the day when working for Abbey Vets on the west edge of Barnsley for 4 months locum. We would walk dogs around here and nearby golf course. A revisit so that Martin could re-complete Barnsley Tumps plus receive some off-piste training to aid his recovery.Dugswell210/12/2016
Told, under false pretences, by Dugswell that there was paved pushchair friendly footpath. Pants on fire.Martin R10/12/2016
Used GA's routethe_adam19/11/2016
Same route as GA from layby to east.PeterD26/10/2016
1st hill of 5 today starting from Dodworth station, fp alongside railway then over road and on fp that bends round lower slopes But i Climbed directly through trees to the flattish summit. Disappointing to See So much litter But Saw Some fine Fly Agarics spotted on steep descent.Dazingdale08/10/2016
From E, layby and path. Reclaimed spoil heap. Barnsley recompleted.RHW25/09/2016
As GA - steep path to top.Bramley18/09/2016
Used GA's route, a more direct version of JM's. Quite nice on top apart from litter. TuMPs seem to be like Hydra's heads in this part of the world - chop one off and two more appear.Aye Jimmy14/09/2016
Rough layby on lane to E at 316 060. Path leads straight up to the topGordonAdshead05/09/2016
have I beaten AJ? good grief, from Capitol Business park, on footpath at top of park, cross minor road, left to turn right into woods steeply up footpath/stream to open top, grassy area good views to Emley mast.joseph mitchell04/09/2016
Parked under Motorway on Pogwell Lane to the north. Up tarmac path to high point. Over gate on left & through 2 fields to barbed wire fence . Easily over this into flattish summit area. Loads of blackberries & mushrooms on the way up. A reclaimed spoil heap according to a local. Lots of litter unfortunately. Barnsley regained before the hill was announced.ngthack03/09/2016
Wycombe Wanderer12/01/2020
Bag For Life12/01/2020
Andy West03/11/2019
carole engel19/10/2017
andrew brown16/01/2017
Alan Caine19/11/2016