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Name:Cowcliff Hill
Hill number:16904
Height:172m / 564ft
Parent (Ma):2833  Bishop Wilton Wold
RHB Section:37: The River Tees to The Wash
County/UA:North Yorkshire (CoU)
Catchment:Derwent (Goole), Catchment Boundaries
Watershed:Humber Estuary
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SE 86145 67418
Summit feature:no feature: ground by road
Col:134m  SE868680  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 101
(1:25k) 300E
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 36 users)ByDate of Ascent
ROC station 10 m from roadcjo04/01/2020
Another roadside ( literally )hill bag. Through gap in the hedge is an old ROC observation post ( locked ) where we took our summit pictures.DanMaisieBex04/05/2019
South side of roadcarole engel07/07/2018
After visit to Settrington Beacon.citygent24/03/2018
With Jo, on a cloudy, cold windy day after visiting the Medieval Village of Wharram Percy. Good visibility.amblerbob01/02/2018
Bagged roadside and covered reservoir with Smudge.Dugswell201/12/2017
Covered reservoir beside road.Campbell Singer11/10/2017
Parked by FP, then quick stroll up road to HP and nearby very small covered reservoir.PeterD06/04/2017
Nuff said.Martin R03/03/2017
Opted for 100 metre strollBramley29/08/2016
A nice easy drive by.Walker Dan25/08/2016
Similar idea to Moorsman,it seems.With Bridget.catman17/07/2016
With Catman.rosiebridge17/07/2016
With Eire, Evan, Sail, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave10/04/2016
Parked at track entrance to east at SE 86253 67388David Gradwell10/01/2016
Tarmac wander with Mindy plus across to sw copsevegibagger14/12/2015
Last of 5x simple Tumps on a 280m day: Home at 1615GordonAdshead24/02/2015
Verge at summit of road, but 10m away through gap in hedge is old bunker or covered reservoir that is slightly higher.Aye Jimmy17/10/2014
No need to get out of the car for this one! If however, you feel the urge to walk to it, there is a pull-in 100m east where the Wolds Way crosses the road, then a 100m walk! (The view is incredibly similar to that seen from the car though)moorsman24/02/2014
S verge (IIRC). roadside RHW02/09/2012
Cycled it on Great Yorkshire Bike Ride, the year it was diverted and the day England beat Denmark 3-0 in the World Cup.IanHHill14/06/2006
diverted off Wolds Way to toppwheeler31/05/1986
Mark Sims06/02/2018
Alan Caine14/10/2017
Barbara Singer11/10/2017
The Parkers22/09/2016
George Gradwell10/01/2016
Edwin Gradwell10/01/2016
Gavin Wakefield06/12/2014