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Name:Golden Hill
Hill number:16842
Height:106m / 348ft
Parent (Ma):2807  Kinder Scout
RHB Section:37: The River Tees to The Wash
County/UA:Nottinghamshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SK 69681 67704
Summit feature:no feature: ground c 25m N of trig point
Col:73m  SK672633  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 120
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 25 users)ByDate of Ascent
Round of 4 hills from Nottingham 107.1km. Willoughby Hill, Golden Hill, Ollerton Pits Wood and finished with Burstheart Hill. Called via the major oak too, but robin hood was out. All fairly straight forward having read other logs.Nicky C24/04/2020
Easy parking to the South at start of reservoir track SK695673.David Evans06/01/2020
Roadside parking at start of reservoir access track (SK 6960 6731). CCW circuit round compound to a mound overlooking Marl Pit. Only 12m from trig pillar but impenetrable hedgerow necessitated a backtrack and CW circuit round compound to access it.jonglew19/07/2019
Reservoir track then anti-clockwise around reservoir fence to raised ground bounding edge of Marl Pit, no doubt man-made but sort of acceptable and offers great views of the terraced Marl pit. Easiest to walk back to track and clockwise around fence to visit the trig. Fine sunny morning.RichardM15/01/2019
Much easier going round to right to bag high point before coming back to front and going left to bag the trig.Dugswell202/09/2018
With Adrian & Smudge. Penultimate Notts completion hill for Adrian & self. As AJ for route. Bw fence rather tricky. Hill lived up to it's name with the oil seed rape.ngthack23/04/2016
View over to Lincoln cathedral and over the quarry the other wayAdrian23/04/2016
From the Thackrahmobile.Smudge23/04/2016
From S via track up to reservoir.Wheelsy12/02/2016
From south, followed distinct footpath across field of swedes, then into pasture field to trig adjacent to reservoir and mast. Vaulted the bwf as hp is on bank above marl pit.Campbell Singer05/02/2016
2nd hill of three today on a long walk with my partner's labradoodle, Lexi Rue. We started from Kirton and climbed Willoughby hill before following dyke onto disused railway then cutting across fields to arrive on edge of Marl pit. I climbed over to visit trig before realising the banking was the summit, necessitating clambering over the barbed wire fence yet again. Carried onto Eakring via tracks.Dazingdale19/11/2015
As AJGordonAdshead27/03/2015
On way down to Kettering via A1, few trig/Tump diversions to break journey up. Parked this one in lane to tower.nordicstar04/03/2015
From south, bridleway to gates of Severn Trent's Golden Hill reservoir compound. Round to L and trig S1567 comes into view. Highest point about 20m further through hedge with barbed wire to cross. Summit on rough banking overlooking a vast earthy quarry - Marl Pit.Aye Jimmy15/12/2014
andrew brown09/01/2017
Mark Sims05/01/2016
Richard Gunn29/11/2014
carole engel04/03/2014