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Name:Loath Hill
Hill number:16818
Height:144m / 472ft
Parent (Ma):2807  Kinder Scout
RHB Section:37: The River Tees to The Wash
County/UA:Nottinghamshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (100-199m), Clem
Grid ref:SK635537 (est)
Col:87m  SK627550  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 120
(1:25k) 270
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 30 users)ByDate of Ascent
Roadside parking at field entrance to NW (SK 6320 5406). RoW initially, then veered off at the GOML signs to follow edge of woodland to mast and trig pillar. Wandered around at the top, 120m or so S looking for the supposed HP; needs an abney as my eye couldn't tell where it was.jonglew05/02/2020
Parking for a couple of cars at start of track to the NW, SK631540.David Evans25/01/2020
Approached from footpath to the north. Left path and walked up the field margin on the east side of the wood. Highest point seemed to be to the south of the trig point.JohnW06/01/2019
From road to NW, along path then up hill to trig point, agree with others HP seemed to be further south.PeterD07/12/2018
So very windy. Took 10 minutes from road to summit although a little steep. Amazing viewsLannbot13/10/2018
KJF Rested in the shade from the scorching sun on Robin Hood Hill. Walked up from Oxton via Windmill Hill, with a pub stop on the way up and way down.crazy05/08/2018
Bagged whilst walking the Rodin Hood Waydazedemon13/01/2018
Covert approach up through the woodland brambles but took the sensible route down on grassy slope on S side of wood. Large levellish arable farmland summit.RichardM30/10/2017
From minor road to northMark Sims07/09/2017
Up track & side of wood to trig & hp beyond mast. No shooters, no GOMLs.ngthack06/03/2016
Up and down before dawn. Followed RHW then up north side of wood to trig point. HP may be in field.Campbell Singer05/02/2016
Obvious line from road to NW, ignoring the not welcome signs.GordonAdshead12/07/2015
From Farnsfield, followed RHW then track up left of trees to trig by masts. Agree summit seems to be slightly to S.Wheelsy25/06/2015
Started along f/p from lane to N, everywhere a-bloom with rapeseed. Passed the trig and summit seemed to be at far S end of the field.Aye Jimmy20/05/2015
A walk from Southwell to Burton Joycehillexplorer25/04/2015
From Greaves Lane (S.K.632541). Robin Hood Way, then path on left of trees up to trig. Headed South, over gate, to Robin Hood Hill (better views). Return via Robin Hood Way. Just got back to car as the shootin' brigade arrived (eight 4x4's). Get here early, before 10am.Richard Gunn13/12/2014
along Robin Hood Way then up nice hill with lovely views. Top by maize field then dropped and passed trig.Adrian16/08/2014
Climbed as part of Robin Hood way trail, starting from Portland school on A60 and finishing at Southwell (Brackenhurst College). I saw Weasels near the Summit and not long after taking a pic of the trig I was escorted off by the landowner who is keen to point out that this is private land. Of course Robin Hood Hill and the Iron age hill fort nearby have much better views to the undulating farmland below.Dazingdale18/08/2012
Walked up from road to bag the trig point after visiting Southwell Minster.DanTrig01/06/2012
Clem bagging whilst working at Nottingham for 3 monthsChris Pearson26/05/2004
pleasant scarp slope to W, disappointing summit, arable, highest pt c.90m S of trig. track & FP from minor rd to E RHW08/12/2001
andrew brown04/05/2016
carole engel19/09/2012