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Name:Anne Bower Hill
Hill number:19471
Height:129.3m / 424ft
Parent (Ma):2807  Kinder Scout
RHB Section:37: The River Tees to The Wash
County/UA:Nottinghamshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SK 58995 62508
Summit feature:ground 2m N of plinth
Col:96.2m  SK 5814 6189  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 120
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Survey:Leica NA730/Leica GS15
Survey of Anne Bower Hill.pdf
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 16 users)ByDate of Ascent
Sunny lovely hill. Easy walk up from the very busy car park but I had the sunny summit to myself.Dugswell223/02/2019
A nice climb, the kids enjoyed the play at the park afterwards.Stestag17/02/2019
Easy top with interesting topo. Good cafe as well.Bramley06/02/2019
Nice little hill to recomplete Nottinghamshire for the Nth time. Then splendid 2 course meal in the cafe before heading off to recomplete Staffordshire.GordonAdshead24/01/2019
Excellent find.andrew brown24/01/2019
Nottinghamshire completed for the 4th time. Well established country park. Great cafe at car park to north well worth receiving Hill Baggers patronage.Campbell Singer22/01/2019
Easy walk up from cp. Great viewpoint and excellent cafe for lunch.Barbara Singer22/01/2019
Nice hill. Ascent from southwest from Crown Farm Way on gently graded track, descent to ENE on steeper track to Vicar water pond.Moorponder21/01/2019
From country park to N on a very gloomy day. Machine accepted my £1 coin (voluntary parking fee)!Aye Jimmy20/01/2019
Parked at country park visitor centre. Tried to pay a £1 , but the machine wouldn't take it. Easy paths to summit. Toposcope shows 47 ex coal mines that could be seen. Escaped Harris Hawk walking around in the field opposite the cafe.ngthack10/01/2019
Accompanied Graham and John on the survey mission. Views include somewhat poignantly, the twin pit head winding towers of the Clipstone mine closed in 2003.RichardM07/01/2019
Straightforward from NRHW17/03/2018
Parked at Vicar Water Country Park (excellent cafe). Good paths up to summit and topograph. Lovely little hill with clear views over the former Notts coalfield. Carried on to do a circular walk including Mansfield Hill (revisit) and Strawberry Hill.Richard Gunn13/03/2018
Alerted to this one via Tump forum. Added after survey completed. Borrowed my mum's car and parked up in Visitor centre car park, 1st indulging in the Cafe delights. Easy path to the top next to Toposcope and potential alt top close to edge of Grasshopper Copse. Nice swathe of heather on Western Slope. Continuing onto Mansfield Hill then exploring Strawberry Hill on loop back to the Visitor centre Via Oak Tree Heath. Reported findings to Relative Hills FB group on 11 Feb 2018.Dazingdale10/02/2018
A quick walk at dusk.Wheelsy01/12/2012
carole engel13/02/2019