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Name:Park Hill
Hill number:16920
Height:139m / 456ft
Parent (Ma):2836  Normanby Top [The Wolds]
RHB Section:37: The River Tees to The Wash
County/UA:Lincolnshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:TF 28996 76776
Summit feature:knoll on hedgeline
Col:108m  TF284766  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 122
(1:25k) 273
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 23 users)ByDate of Ascent
From Belchford, parked on the road (TF 2909 7556). Viking Way to just S of the wonderfully named Juicetrump Hill, then field boundaries ENE, then NW along a fine ridge.jonglew21/10/2019
As others, walked up from Belchford along Viking Way. Followed first hedge uphill then over fence and along field edge to summit. Had a pint and sandwich in The Blue Bell Inn afterwards.Dangerous Dave15/10/2019
At sunrise under pink skies from Poacher's Hideaway Campsite ( recommended). Hp at hawthorn hedgeline with good views.Denise 14/09/2019
An early morning excursion from the excellent Top of the Wold campsite(Poachers Hideaway) where we spent the night. Over fields of horse pasture to summit. A nice little hill with great views and a more definite high point than most in the area.RichardM14/09/2019
After initially taking wrong path - schoolboy error,followed ROW then over fence, left of copse, through trees and up to summit.Bramley03/10/2018
From Belchford, along FP to gate and then up by hedge to summit ridge and HPPeterD15/08/2018
As others parked in blue bell car park then up along Viking way and up steep hedge line to summit. Followed on from there to flint hillThe-Z-Man06/04/2018
Parked outside Blue Bell Inn in Belchford, where I later had a meal. Along Viking Way, then hedge lines & tractor tracks to avoid crops. Flatulent area this, what with Belchford & Juicetrump Hill.ngthack14/06/2016
From Belchford by Viking Way for most of way then up across field tracks.Campbell Singer29/12/2015
Up Viking Way from the S. Gate and track below Juicetrump Hill lead easilly to SE end of summit ridgeGordonAdshead22/07/2015
From Belchford starting along Viking Way. The well tended lanes mentioned by vegibagger must have something to do with a gas pipeline (sign hidden in hedge near second gate). Several contenders for summit high point but the 'official' one is the most attractive. Quite an interesting hill for this part of the World.Aye Jimmy10/05/2015
From SSE, Belchford Ings Lane, track N then up SE ridge, field edges, first light, first of the day.RHW07/12/2014
12.05pm Nice wee walk from south at Belchford up footpath to where there was a gate to the right with 'Private' sign on it which led east to the hill and a mown track to the left with a wire across it with a 'Private' sign hanging from it. Clearly the people wanted to make it crystal what they considered to be the status of the land. If there is someone there to ask, ask permission before you scale the gate!! 300m on another gate with electric fence another metre behind to bow under before final pull up to summit ridge. Two summits. northern marked one at 139m looks higher from the south one, but south one looks higher from north!! Dead raptor, maybe a buzzard or marsh harrier found on south summit. delightfully named 124m western spur called Juicetrump hillvegibagger08/09/2014
Viking Way path from Belchford and then a bit of off-piste to bag the two likely high points.Dugswell202/08/2014
Surprisingly hill like for its small size. Viking Way path from Belchford then short steep detour to right to gain top.Mark Sims29/03/2014
Martin R14/04/2019
carole engel28/04/2018
andrew brown06/01/2017