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Name:Manor Hills
Hill number:16841
Height:106m / 348ft
Parent (Ma):2807  Kinder Scout
RHB Section:37: The River Tees to The Wash
County/UA:Nottinghamshire (CoU)
Catchment:Trent
Class:Tump (100-199m)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:SK576758 (est)
Drop:50m
Col:56m  SK560760  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 120
(1:25k) 270
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 18 users)ByDate of Ascent
From the Robin Hood Way with more brambles than one would like! Large levellish summit area, mainly in trees but clear felled to N. Felt highest at SK 57583, 75767.RichardM07/01/2019
Sunny.Dugswell202/09/2018
Parked at South Lodge. Took RoW SE to SK 5752 7538 then into woodland. Not ideal, we returned via unmapped paths to SK 5696 7557 where we met the track that heads NE from S Lodge - much better option. With Carole Engel, in the very dark.jonglew28/12/2017
Take mapped FP NE from South Lodge and grassy track off at SK 5696 7557. A little challenging in the dark!carole engel28/12/2017
From South Lodge . Really nice woods with bluebells out and bonus of small sandstone Lord of Rings type mini gorge .Mark Sims27/04/2017
A lovely walk on a beautiful sunny morning with Alfie, my black labradoodle! From Small parking area on B6034 and along Robin Hood Way.Dangerous Dave05/05/2016
As Campbell Singer. Interesting rock cutting.ngthack06/03/2016
9th of the morning and final Nottinghamshire Tump. From South Lodge and followed fp eastwards and through a rock cutting with ancient graffiti before branching left and making my way through broad fire breaks to indistinct hp. Hp in the vicinity of a large tree in clearing. A stone to the NW may be significant although my GPS gave a higher reading in the woods a few ms into woods.Campbell Singer05/02/2016
1st hill of the year with Lexi Rue, my partner's Black Labradoodle, starting from Creswell station and then via Creswell crags and the Robin Hood way through the Welbeck estate and then the Sandstone cutting on Drinking Pit lane. We veered off on a grassy forest ride NE and then turned up on a forest ride North up to the summit. Vague summit so spent the next 30 mins exploring all the high points in the vicinity including spotting a herd of Roe Deer darting through the trees.We ended up going on a different track to that planned originally. We ended up on Castle Farm Lane so we profiled around Pudding Lane Wood and then followed the field edge down to the end, climbed through the new willow hedge and then over the barbed wire fence to gain the fp and there followed it over the A57 and onto the estate. We followed residential roads to gain the B6024 and turned right there and just past the Bus station turned left to follow signs to the station.Dazingdale07/01/2016
Much more straightforward than I was expecting: Almost direct line from South Lodge: wide and mown paths.GordonAdshead12/07/2015
From South Lodge, paths through beautiful woodland. Couple of possible 'summits' noted. Also found an OS rivet and benchmark in a block some 200m from summit area.Aye Jimmy22/05/2015
Walked from Creswell Crags. Difficult to determine exact highest point.Wheelsy08/08/2013
Pine and birch, fairly dense, flat, HP unclear, 96gps. From WSW, park at end of road, network of paths lead close to summit RHW11/02/2012
andrew brown07/02/2017
Richard Gunn25/02/2014
Moorponder23/01/2013
Adrian01/06/2010
mnixon16/05/1998