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Name:Stapleford Hill
Hill number:16846
Height:101m / 331ft
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:SK 49820 38773
Summit feature:trig point
Drop:34m
Col:67m  SK500386  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 129
(1:25k) 260W
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 42 users)ByDate of Ascent
With Calebsimon and co15/09/2019
From Bramcote Hills Car Park, spent a pleasant hour walking around Stapleford Hill, Bramcote Hill and Burnt Hill.rhalstead23/03/2019
Large car park SE. Across the road and up through woodland, taking care not to be mown down by kamikaze MTBs. HP at the trig pillar.jonglew31/12/2018
Parked in Longden Close and went up first Stapleford Hill past the Hemlock Stone and then across the road to Bramcote Hill.clivevilla10/04/2018
Parked in Bramcote Hills car park then track to near summit which I may have been close to in the mid 1980s. Then down and across the road for Stapleford Hill and trig via mountain bike tracks.Dugswell209/01/2018
Stapleford Hill, Bramcote Hill from car park. Pleasant wooded tops.RobertP24/12/2017
Straightforward with a trig point at the top and mountain bikerstrimarc222/07/2017
After completing Bramcote Hill. Walked from Bramcote Hills Car Park and crossed the main road. Straight up path to the summit Trig Point. Good views from the top although slightly obscured by the trees. On the way back I visited the unusual Hemlock Stone. It had started to rain a little on my descent which was a shame.Neil Haslewood22/07/2017
Nice bit of nature after enduring horrible atmosphere at the City Ground which we have to suffer once a yearMark Sims18/03/2017
Included whilst walking the Robin Hood Way long distance footpathdazedemon16/10/2016
Up from A6002. Watch out for mountain bikers. The most hill like of the 12 Notts hills today.ngthack10/03/2016
In conjunction with Bramcote Hill. Pleasant path up from main road, past impressive Hemlock Stone and good viewpoint.Campbell Singer02/02/2016
During NOC orienteering eventdavidpettit8420/12/2015
Ascended during an orienteering event.JohnW20/12/2015
Kcrazy20/12/2015
From Bramcote Hill. Nice little summit with trig, drizzle and low cloud didn't give a view. Back down pass the stone, which I had only read about on BBC website earlier in week. Never expecting to see it, so soon.PeterD29/10/2015
The highlight here of this popular wooded hill with many paths is the Hemlock Stone pinnacle, believed cause by quarrying.Black grime from industrial air pollution coats the top bulging half made of more resistant Nottingham Castle Sandstone,but there is no black grime on the softer Lenton Sandstone below which is being eroded by wind action much quicker. A bonfire was lit on top of the stone to celebrate the Queen's jubilee in 2002 !Chris Pearson08/08/2015
From the A6002 side, lots of tracks through wood, best hill of the day and the only one with a well defined summit! Never even saw the Hemlock Stone though.Aye Jimmy20/05/2015
From Bramcote Hills Park via the Hemlock Stone. Nice views for such a little hill.Wheelsy17/05/2015
From Bramcote Hills Park, excellent topBramley09/10/2014
Wooded hill in urban area, mountain biker zone.Adrian28/09/2014
I've been here quite a few times but this is the official log. This day I climbed Burnt Hill and Bramcote hill (vague summit. After climbing Bramcote Hill I crossed over Coventry lane which was strangely closed due to a burst water main and headed along the footpath but veered off before it went past the Hemlock stone. I nearly got run over by a mountain biker zipping past me. Its a short scramble to the top. Stapleford hill has lots of hollows and sandstone outcrops so is well worth a visit for variety and I have seen Woodpeckers here in the past. Nice views from the Trig. It was getting dark but i got some pretty shots looking out towards Trowell and the Erewash valley. I picked up two empty lager cans for recycling! Returned via Bramcote park to retrieve my bike.Dazingdale16/11/2013
Lovely summit, trig is on a natural platform of Nottingham Castle Sandstone. On the way back down, passed the Hemlock Stone, which I'm pleased hasn't made it on to any hill lists as I don't fancy the scramble.DanHolme15/06/2013
Not certain of dateDanmawr01/06/2003
RHW02/03/2003
Robin Hood Way section 3. Bramcote Park to Kimberley. Route passes Hemlock Stone. Climb through trees to summit. Great viewpoint.Richard Gunn30/09/1994
Jacqdaw01/08/2019
Hillsidenick01/08/2019
Lucky17/02/2019
maknipe17/02/2019
BrianMatthews14/08/2018
Owen18/03/2017
stevent080913/07/2016
andrew brown26/09/2015
RichardM23/02/2015
GordonAdshead12/10/2014
wrose07/09/2014
Ramblingpaul21/08/2014
Slash301/06/2012
carole engel27/05/2012
Moorponder28/04/2012
asbown27/12/2006