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Name:Wilderness Tip (Gresford)
Hill number:19379
Height:105.3m / 345ft
Parent (Ma):2040  Cyrn-y-Brain
RHB Section:30C: Llandudno to Wrexham
County/UA:Wrexham (CoU)
Catchment:Dee (Flint)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SJ 33635 53886
Summit feature:no feature
Col:70.2m  SJ 3370 5378  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 117
(1:25k) 256
Observations:flat summit, reading taken at NW corner. LIDAR data agree that summit is at NW corner.
Comments:Artificial hill from colliery spoil
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 16 users)ByDate of Ascent
From road end, a very muddy carpark/turning circle. From there up a muddy track to an obvious right turn which almost looks like concrete. An easy climb up to a flat area and a steep incline up bike tracks to table top summit. Easy enough and as with all slag heap tops the view only partly compensates for the sheer ugliness of the spoil. Absolute nonsense that these are considered hills.stig_nest27/01/2020
Parked to the North at the end of the road SJ336541, then route as Campbell Singer.David Evans18/11/2019
From the cp to north at end of lane. Turned right at the private access sign. Found a bit of a break in the new plantings up to a plateau and then straight up a steep incline to a very flat top which would make a good bowling green (if there was some grass).Campbell Singer24/10/2019
4/4 the best of a slag bunchtumpawumpa01/01/2019
From well used parking spot at lane end to N. Three trail bikes went over top whilst I was there.Aye Jimmy01/04/2018
From the end of the minor road to North.Rob5031/03/2018
First hill on a day when I did 2 Marilyns, 4 Tumps, a Hump, 3 trigs & 2 FBMs. Great weather, superb views - a day to remember. Wrexham regained.ngthack25/03/2018
From N. Trees almost all the way up, which overtop the summit. Summit area quite small, and regularly driven on by trail bikes, hence the only vegetation is confined to the edges (the summit is on grass). The area as a whole is very much reclaimed by nature.RHW17/02/2018
With Judy - dodging the motorbikesGordonAdshead17/04/2016
Richard Gunn18/08/2019
carole engel20/11/2018
andrew brown26/06/2018
Alan Caine09/05/2018
Alex C16/03/2018