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Name:Beacon Hill
Hill number:16853
Height:82m / 269ft
Parent (Ma):2807  Kinder Scout
RHB Section:37: The River Tees to The Wash
County/UA:Nottinghamshire (CoU)
Catchment:Trent
Class:Tump (0-99m)
(Tu,0)
Grid ref:SK 74153 90779
Summit feature:no feature: grass
Drop:36m
Col:46m  SK752886  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 112
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 32 users)ByDate of Ascent
Outlaw XFionalevey22/09/2019
Short walk on permissive path up onto nice small hill; path from NE side road junc.jonglew19/07/2019
Sunny.Dugswell201/09/2018
Parked in Clayworth to the S then walked across very boggy fields. The view N as you summit the hill is astounding.Wheelsy17/01/2018
With my dad.TLBW17/01/2018
A very easy walk for a great reward. Afterwards, visit Clayworth church to see the murals. Only 5 minutes away.moorsman30/12/2017
Wow! Internet search says that it IS a natural mound that has, unsurprisingly, been used as a hill fort. Visibility about 1 mile. Bah!Wycombe Wanderer25/09/2017
Great views for such an easy win.Ramblingpaul04/11/2016
Lovely! Public access up steps and through gate. Solo.Dangerous Dave22/07/2016
As others, a pleasant surprise, nice little hill.PeterD21/06/2016
A little cracker of a hill.ngthack06/03/2016
View for effort ratio very high. Parked almost opposite in main street of pleasant village.Campbell Singer05/02/2016
a 2 minute walk from the car up the little grassy mound then WOW what a great view.steven ruffles03/02/2016
My last Notts tump, accompaniecd by my mum and my partner's Labradoodle, Lexi Rue. We parked near the Bluebell Inn on the High Street and walked along to the field enclosing the green mound. Lovely sunny day and great views. We then did a nice circular walk incorporating a short stretch of the Chesterfield canal.Dazingdale28/01/2016
Sign claims that it is thought to be a Bronze Age BarrowGordonAdshead16/12/2014
A strange hill indeed, looks relatively modern man-made but the Info Board near the steps below suggests it has been there at least since Anglo-Saxon and Roman times, possibly since Bronze Age.Aye Jimmy12/12/2014
Combined with walk along Chesterfield Canal from Drakeholes to West Stockwith. This must be amongst the best viewpoints in Notts. Agree with Adrian, looks like it's possibly man made. Great little hill. Lovely walk and fine weather.Richard Gunn09/11/2014
5 minute walk from the road. A beautiful little top.bolieve25/10/2014
looks like ancient mound but with great views. To the E. the quarry has a high point that is a candidate.Adrian15/03/2014
Proper miniature hill. Up steps through kissing gate then short climb to topBramley16/08/2013
RHW12/12/2010
stevent080906/07/2019
Martin R15/04/2019
Alan Caine16/12/2018
carole engel21/12/2017
GaryJones12/08/2017
Ben Rinnes21/04/2017
Jon F17/10/2016
andrew brown20/01/2016
Kevgbl01/05/2013
Moorponder01/07/2012
flakeyw28/01/2012