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Name:Willoughby Hill
Hill number:16845
Height:101m / 331ft
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 70171 70289
Summit feature:no feature
Col:53m  SK697693  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 120
(1:25k) 271N
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 22 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
Room for a couple of cars at road junction at start of p/f to WNW SK692706.David Evans06/01/2020
Parked by mast and then through very wet fields on ROW to WNWMark Sims29/11/2019
Outlaw XFionalevey22/09/2019
Good roadside parking SK 6991 7010. Farm track then field to SK 7005 7036 whence 90deg right turn to field bdy and into cerealcrop.jonglew19/07/2019
Grassy field edges from road to SW. Summit a levelish area of arable field with fresh blades of young crop. High point un-marked ~30m SE of corner of hedge. Very fine morning of clear skies, sun just breaking the horizon.RichardM15/01/2019
Sunny walk from large lay-by up road to scruffy lay-by then walked across stubble field to summit.Dugswell202/09/2018
With Adrian & Smudge. Second of four Notts completion hills. AJ's route from fly tipped lay by. Carefully threaded our way through oil seed rape crop for last 30 m.ngthack23/04/2016
From the Thackrahmobile.Smudge23/04/2016
As AJ. walked round edge of fields. HP is 30 ms into field from w side.Campbell Singer05/02/2016
1st of three hills on a long walk from Kirton to Southwell with my partner's black Labradoodle, Lexi Rue. We caught a bus to Bulwell, a train to Mansfield and then the Stagecoach 14 bus to Kirton. We walked up the main street then took the minor road N and at intersection with junction took fp through Nickerbush plantation out into open field and skirting more woodland. Easy walk up to summit which does appear to be a few metres into field from hedge boundary. Descent was NE to join fp heading Ese past Transmission tower and S to A road.Dazingdale19/11/2015
Parked first at mast, but path along South Edge of field blocked at next fence line (possibly conected with large new solar panel arrays). So went back and followed AJ's routeGordonAdshead12/07/2015
From Walesby via lane leading to mast, then path along back. Summit seems to be either by hedge or more likely slightly into the field.Wheelsy12/06/2015
Scruffy layby at SK 6992.7010 then low profile approach along track and field edges to top corner of hedgeline. Last 30m are out in field (all earth and mud on this occasion) in view of distant farm.Aye Jimmy15/12/2014
Middle of arable field, 94g/101s. From SW: track then field edgesRHW12/02/2012
carole engel21/12/2017
andrew brown09/01/2017
Richard Gunn29/11/2014