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Name:The Rush
Hill number:16925
Height:123m / 404ft
Parent (Ma):2831  Cringle Moor - Drake Howe
RHB Section:37: The River Tees to The Wash
County/UA:North Yorkshire (CoU)
Catchment:Derwent (Goole)
Class:Tump (100-199m), Clem
(Tu,1,Cm)
Grid ref:SE 74550 71470
Summit feature:ground outside covered reservoir compound
Drop:55m
Col:68m  SE705722  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 100
(1:25k) 300W
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 33 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked by summit.David Evans22/09/2019
Parked by reservoir then bagged the Tump, new trig and former trig site.Dugswell201/12/2017
In the area with work bagged on my dinner break. Parked down the road and had a wander through new spring wood and round the reservoirThe-Z-Man25/10/2017
Great views north.Campbell Singer11/10/2017
Like Dangerous D,much walking up and down.With Bridget.catman17/07/2016
With Catman.rosiebridge17/07/2016
Parked up outside reservoir. Walked up and down. With Eire, Evan, Sail, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave10/04/2016
Trigged tump accessed by putting two aluminium ladders up against both sides of the rear, northern fence of reservoir compound.vegibagger07/07/2015
Heavily fortified reservoir compound with trig on top by roadside, enlightened by splendid rainbow. Walked around compound, took GPS reading on ground between two roadhead laybys.Aye Jimmy11/10/2014
Did run from here.stever13/05/2014
Parking alongside the reservoir. Completely enclosed by high railing with adjacent fencing too prickly to negotiate. Reservoir covers highest natural land.moorsman11/05/2014
Another fortress reservoirBramley12/04/2014
Detour for trig after Wolds bagging trip. In reservoir compoundChris Pearson06/11/2011
and yes, i did actually get inside the compoundcarole engel09/03/2011
Rode to it by bike on GYBR and several times since.IanHHill14/06/2006
visited at night. resr N side of rd RHW27/09/2002
Kendall19/12/2019
Adrian20/07/2019
mae14/01/2019
ngthack02/11/2018
peebs22/08/2018
Alan Caine10/02/2018
Smudge01/12/2017
Barbara Singer11/10/2017
Moorponder19/08/2017
Martin R22/01/2017
GordonAdshead06/11/2016
Alex C20/12/2015
ijpowell11/07/2015
AlanD22/08/2012
Dusty29/09/2011
Mac.Hawk02/07/2006
mnixon01/02/1996