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Name:Lady Hill
Hill number:15867
Height:110m / 361ft
Parent (Ma):2269  Ysgyryd Fawr
RHB Section:32C: Neath to Chepstow
County/UA:Monmouthshire [Sir Fynwy] (CoU)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SO382021 (est)
Col:67m  SO389028  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 171
(1:25k) 152
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 14 users)ByDate of Ascent
Bagged with Chris Peart and Colin Crawford. We park the car at Usk Castle Chase's Natural Burial site then came in from the east, skirting below Park Wood and round a wheat field to the summit copse. This copse has a disused lamp post and a totem pole with the trig on the south side.Dugswell204/07/2015
With Doug and ChrisColin Crawford04/07/2015
Fine summit with small copse and trig pillar atop. Walked up from Usk, past Castle, through Cockshoot Wood then across pasture to summit.jonglew02/08/2014
Approach from west.arranc10/03/2012
Tony J12/08/2017
Robert Kemp14/07/2015
Chris Peart04/07/2015