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Name:Colborough Hill
Hill number:17313
Height:220m / 722ft
Parent (Ma):2869  Cleeve Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Leicestershire (CoU)
Catchment:Trent, Wash, Catchment Boundaries
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:SK 76107 05103
Summit feature:grassy hump
Col:184m  SK757050  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 141
(1:25k) 233E
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 27 users)ByDate of Ascent
Room for one car immediately to W of disused railway cutting. RoW S to field edge then straight up to summit and back same way. First of seven today.Wheelsy09/08/2019
Belton in Rutland to Billesdon. Sufficient time in the day's itinerary for a quick revisit before returning to A47 & bus stop.Smudge19/01/2019
Parked by old railway cutting, followed FP across field then up by fence to HPPeterD07/12/2018
Tumpy tump.Wycombe Wanderer17/07/2018
as for AyeJimmyarranc11/07/2018
Quick bag from one-car parking space by Tilton Cutting nature reserve, walked along footpath then ascended grass onto the hill. Earlier that day bagged Whatborough Hill, Gartree Hill and re-bagged Burrough Hill, bagged Langton Caudle later that day.DanTrig23/03/2018
Parking by start of ROW on main road to north. Nice little hill.Mark Sims29/01/2018
Ascended from the north, parking by the gate. Pleasant walk and ascent through sheep pasture. Many of the field boundaries on the map have now gone.JohnW15/10/2017
F/p from N leads pleasantly to side of hill, then up edge of wood to top, a grassy mound outside wood.Aye Jimmy10/05/2017
Accessed across sheep pasture on RoW from North. Tilton Cutting SSSI ( disused railway line accessed from road at same point) is worth a look for its fossils. Summit on grassy sheep pasture, indistinct.On bikesDenise 26/12/2016
Seven summits total from Oakham train station by bicycle with DTL. 33 miles, 2,120ft ascent total. Wet underfoot. Went up bridleway. Lost path almost immediately. Great views from the top of Whatborough Hill and Tilton.Fionalevey24/02/2016
From bridleway. Left bikes by field gate. Part of a long bike ride from Oakham station involving 7 tops. Field was very wet underfoot. Good viewpointtrimarc224/02/2016
At dawn. Parked at road to north and walked up through pasture fields by FP. Pleasant summit. 15 minutes up and down.Campbell Singer04/12/2015
Great little hillGordonAdshead30/07/2015
Easy walk from the road. Pasture top.Adrian18/05/2014
Took fp from Tilton-onthe-hill east and then bridleway North that passes by and then straight up. Good views of Whatborough hill. Hill has some lovely Scots pine trees on lower slopesDazingdale11/01/2014
pasture 215m +/-3m, nice summit. from N, park at start, b/w then straight up RHW08/05/2011
carole engel13/02/2019
andrew brown26/05/2015
Colin Crawford23/09/2008