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Name:Life Hill
Hill number:17305
Height:226m / 741ft
Parent (Ma):2869  Cleeve Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Leicestershire (CoU)
Catchment:Trent
Class:Tump (200-299m)
(Tu,2)
Grid ref:SK 72149 04924
Summit feature:no feature: arable field
Drop:46m
Col:180m  SK762053  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 141
(1:25k) 233E
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 22 users)ByDate of Ascent
Can't remember anything about it. I'm sure it was nice. This probably says more about me than the hill.Wycombe Wanderer17/07/2018
as for mart0797arranc11/07/2018
Parked in gated entrance to mast and walked along road to ROW . Flat top. Not very exciting.Mark Sims29/01/2018
Parked by entrance to comms tower near crossroads to east. Field now pasturemart079716/01/2018
3/7 (South Hill/Wellsborough Hill/Life Hill/Burrough Hill/Hambleton Hill/Buckminster Hill/Breedon Hill)Fergalh13/12/2017
Parked in gateway (usually inexcusable) by public footpath sign for 5min bag, car within shouting distance, on ROW through newly sown winter wheatpwheeler30/10/2017
Parked by the gate, but no evidence of the footpath in the arable field.JohnW15/10/2017
Parked at crossroads near sign to 'Seldom Seen Farm'. Walked W along road and took RoW S across pasture with tramlines through crop. Vague summit.Aye Jimmy10/05/2017
First stop on a cycle through the Leicestershire hills. A short walk on RoW from the road, flat topped arable field. Sun breaking through the mist.RichardM28/03/2017
Seven summits total from Oakham train station by bicycle with DTL. 33 miles, 2,120ft ascent total. Astoundingly muddy. Right off road. Pretty flat summit. Not that far from Tilton on the Hill on the bikes. Cracking lunch afterwards at Rose and Crown.Fionalevey24/02/2016
From road using a very muddy footpath through a cornfield. Followed by lunch at Rose and Crown in Tilton on the Hilltrimarc224/02/2016
Last of a very muddy 17 hill day in Rutland & Leicestershire. 14 hours including travel. Summit 100 m into field from road.ngthack10/02/2016
Early morning in darkness. Just a hundred metres or so from the road.Campbell Singer04/09/2015
Last point of a 9-tump day trip from Manchester to complete Rutland and a few more Leicester tops. Back home at 18:00GordonAdshead19/03/2015
Arable field. Nice views from rounded flattish top.Adrian18/05/2014
Took footpath North from Billesdon to reach the grassy indistinct summit, walked in figure of eights to make sure. The Hill has a lovely aspect looking South to Billesdon and a nice airy expansive feel.Dazingdale11/01/2014
flattish arable field, RoW. RHW18/05/2013
carole engel13/02/2019
DC11main27/07/2018
KC06/07/2017
andrew brown26/05/2015
Colin Crawford28/12/2014