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Name:Summerhouse Bank
Hill number:16816
Height:147m / 482ft
Parent (Ma):2087  Cadair Berwyn
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Cheshire West and Chester (UA)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SJ 55434 64223
Summit feature:no feature: pasture
Col:108m  SJ555647  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 117
(1:25k) 267
Observations:ground 170m S at SJ 55329 64088 may be as high
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 25 users)ByDate of Ascent
1/7 With Nwormgage. First on a Chumping and Wirrumping expedition tidying up Cheshire and Wirral area. Nice first top, walk across big open field. Decent-ish viewstumpawumpa03/01/2019
Nice little jaunt across open field. No drama. Won't be doing it again. With tumpawumpa.nwormgage03/01/2019
Parked to the NNE near start of footpath then relatively direct route through fields to summit.Dugswell229/09/2018
Roadside verge parking on Hall Lane near 92m spot height. Took a direct line to hill top.jonglew18/02/2018
Parked on verge at bend to W of the ramshackle Utkinton Hall. Started at fp, through deep mud and over bwf and across field. Up into pleasant woodland and over another bwf into pasture and summit.Campbell Singer30/12/2017
Parked at road junction at spot height 92m. Through gate on Hall Lane, followed hedge on left into woods then track to gate close to summit. Summit to SW could be tumulus or fortification. Solo. Great day after poor week.bolton24/11/2017
From near Hill House, parked in wife entrance to gate and bridleway and straight across main road is a gate into field. Diagonally half left to another gate and into summit field. Decent views. From here though the ground in the next field looked higher. Said hi to the cows and enjoyed the superior view. The top may have had a tumulus at some point.theres a definite hollow anyway.stig_nest23/07/2017
Wet and cowsMark Sims11/07/2017
1st Hill of 6 today on a route from Tarporley to Helsby (Nottingham to Derby then Crewe by train, bus to Tarporley). Walked up Utkinton Road over the A49 and close to jct with minor road I headed over a gate and walked up to the South summit (knoll next to fence) before following the fenceline around to climb a gate into the large field and continuing on to the 2nd summit (both summits gave the same reading. Fantastic feeling of space and good views to the other sandstone hills. Climbed over fence to descend through woods to skirt pool and continued to join muddy footpath that leads to Hall Lane past Utkinton Hall.Dazingdale04/03/2017
From now, 2 pasture summits. Forgot to take hand level so none the wiserRHW19/02/2017
Parked: SJ 55277 64671 (muddy space for one car). Very foggy and still dark, it took two attempts to locate the summit.David Evans07/01/2017
Also as RobertP, entry into field at start of f/p extremely muddy, then behind hedge line and up through wood. Pasture or further SSW near a few trees may be top.Aye Jimmy10/01/2016
From Utkinton Hall, footpath then large field.ngthack16/12/2015
As Robert P. Top is either 55431 64219 or 55332 64087 which looks similar height. Did both in case it is surveyed.clivevilla02/12/2015
Noticed that I visited the trig pillar a km east with Jamie couple of years back before any knowledge of tumptiness temptation had befuddled and hit my brain!! Across grassy field and over another gate into the next grassy field.vegibagger21/09/2015
Parked close to Utkinton Hall, W along rd to start of footpath across large field. Headed up to edge of wood and gate into summit field.RobertP01/02/2015
Gate into delightful large fieldGordonAdshead12/07/2014
carole engel11/02/2018
andrew brown27/06/2016
Alan Caine12/04/2015
Alex C24/01/2015