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Name:Lansdown Hill
Hill number:17288
Height:238m / 781ft
Parent (Ma):2869  Cleeve Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Bath and NE Somerset (CoU)
Catchment:Avon (Bristol)
Class:Tump (200-299m), Clem
Grid ref:ST 71557 68866
Summit feature:knoll
Col:163m  ST723708  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 172
(1:25k) 155
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 29 users)ByDate of Ascent
Gates just being locked so walked from Golf Club car park. Highest point found was large overgrown mound just SW of the stables, but presumably artificial.Aye Jimmy07/07/2019
Hopefully it is a bit more exciting when the racing is on.Campbell Singer10/12/2018
Wandered over the summit whilst the missus watched a dog agility competition.summitter25/08/2018
1/3 (Lansdown Hill/Henley Hill/Tog Hill)Fergalh26/09/2017
No races today so I drove up to the stable block and took a wander roundDC11main17/03/2017
From the lay by at the Sir Bevil Grenville monument via Hanging Hill across the racecourseMariana Trench02/06/2016
Bath race course. Parking by the stand.Adrian20/12/2015
Solo.simon and co06/12/2015
Southdown to Bathford. Racecourse was being used by exhausted biped runners.Smudge22/11/2015
Walked from road, HP seems to be near the stables on a mound overlooking he racecourse.PeterD16/05/2015
Wander along the path to the racecourse and up on to two 'mini mountains'One of clearly temporary gravel and another that looks like natural ground metre or so higher than the racecourse just to the north of the track.vegibagger07/04/2015
Cantering around Bath Race Course from the Blathwayt pub car park on the road to the east.Dugswell226/03/2015
Approached along racecourse access rd from the E. I thought the top was SW of the GR but it's hard to tell.Chris Peart17/03/2015
Walked from the Blathwayt Arms. I walked near here on the Cotswold Way 25 years ago as well and remembered it being bleak and dull. It still seems that way now. One of those hills where the top could be anywhere but I would suggest its south of where currently shown. Also visited the rectangular earthworks shown on the 1:25 and then walked back on the actual race course in front of the grandstand.Herbert Anchovy08/01/2015
Circular walk from North Stoke taking in Hanging Hill, the 1643 Civil War battle field, and a walk across Bath Race Course (no racing today) for this tump.jonglew21/03/2010
In the middle of the race course summit could be anywhereTony Hartry18/04/2007
in racecourse, +/- no view. park at suitable point, public FP crosses racecourse RHW20/09/2002
just off C Warranc21/06/1992
andrew brown03/09/2015
Swindon Bagger12/07/2015
David Purchase17/04/1996
David Purchase11/04/1992