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Name:Bilbrough Hill
Hill number:16487
Height:50m / 164ft
Parent (Ma):2781  Great Whernside
RHB Section:37: The River Tees to The Wash
County/UA:North Yorkshire (CoU)
Catchment:Ouse (York), Catchment Boundaries, Wharfe
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:SE 53061 46428
Summit feature:ground by fence 10m E of pond
Col:16m  SE515493  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 105
(1:25k) 290N
Comments:Alternative summit at SE529464, Bilbrough Manor
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 42 users)ByDate of Ascent
I made the summit the top of a bank by a garden fence. Nice.Wycombe Wanderer13/12/2019
Parked opposite church and followed footpath to side of it.Wheelsy05/12/2019
Pleasant stroll via the churchkjg10609/06/2019
Bilbrough Hill from GR:ronaldo33320/05/2018
Parked on main street and followed the path at side of church to top. Carried on the walk down to the drab a64 and followed for about half a mile before turning left onto fp that led back to the car. About 35 minsThe-Z-Man06/02/2018
mmm ... nice village, not a noteworthy hill-top.summitter17/12/2017
Quick bag on the way to YorkAlan Caine21/10/2017
Back of the churchyard, like others. Peaceful place in the evening sun.Moorponder09/06/2017
An early morning wander. Solo.Dangerous Dave20/05/2017
Visited both potential summits, firstly the one by the garden fence and pond and then the one by the manor field.Herbert Anchovy16/05/2017
Bagged the church bench mark and walked around the likely summits with Smudge.Dugswell216/12/2016
Car bagging with Dugswell.Smudge16/12/2016
Through the churchyard. HP just behind adjacent to garden fence.Campbell Singer21/04/2016
With Jo, from Bilbrough: Bilbrough Hill and then along road and track to Stock Hill (top and trig). Weather; sunny, mild, good visibility.amblerbob11/03/2016
small contour (Ingrish Hill) to NNW is 45m, not 50m, so is lower than either of the 50m contours by pond behind Church to southGeorge Gradwell10/01/2016
As Aye Jimmy (Happily, the lady from the village was wrong.)David Gradwell10/01/2016
As Jimmy, a short walk from the Church. Visited the 50m contour at Ingrish Hill just to the north of the village beforehand. Although this seemed higher the GPS readings didn't confirm this. Regardless, its a better viewpoint and well worth a visit.yorkie03/12/2015
As Jimmy, a short walk from the ChurchPeterD20/09/2015
Easy village parking and a short walk without trespassing.moorsman09/05/2015
Simple Sunday morning stroll on way to York.catman22/02/2015
A walk around two small so-called hills in the Vale of York, sunny, cold breeze. made a walk out it by visiting the three local villages, Bilbrough & the 2 Askhams.joseph mitchell17/02/2015
Agree with recent entries re topBramley27/09/2014
As Jimmy put in his log. I agree that that is the high point.bolieve24/08/2014
From Bilbrough Main St., parked in front of St James' church. Small gate, path to L through churchyard into small copse which opens onto field. High point in copse, on banking by garden fence and about 10m from a pond. Two 50m contours on map, the other is in grounds of Bilbrough Manor, about 100m to the W.Aye Jimmy12/08/2014
estimated date as I'd felt sure I'd logged it at the time so surprised to se it not logged. went through to slight rise east of the pond but also asked resident if I may stand on high point of lawn on south side of the big house that's been split into more than one residencevegibagger30/06/2014
A diversion from the Ebor WayIanHHill08/07/2013
50co on OS. On bank: garden fence. SE 53083 46295 appears lower on map & on site.. from S, parked at services RHW20/01/2013
Bag For Life13/12/2019
carole engel25/08/2018
Pete Pozman07/01/2018
andrew brown14/07/2017
Martin R22/01/2017
Edwin Gradwell10/01/2016