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Name:Mine Hill
Hill number:17343
Height:191m / 627ft
Parent (Ma):2869  Cleeve Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Warwickshire (CoU)
Catchment:Severn
Class:Tump (100-199m)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:SP 31931 37877
Summit feature:no feature: ground on field edge by W side of outbuilding
Drop:38m
Col:153m  SP324384  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 151
(1:25k) 191W
Observations:ground by water tank at track corner at SP 31962 37914 is higher but man-made
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 33 users)ByDate of Ascent
Easy from track to eastMark Sims25/07/2019
From Holloway Lane to the E- up the track and back. Simple start- on RoW- to bagging the Brailes tumpspwheeler12/07/2019
5th tump of 11 on a 46.3km traverse from Goldicote bus. park to Banbury climbing Rough Hill,Idlicote hill, Castle Hill and Brailes Hill, after a route hiccup i headed Se following Cawleys covert then footpath into Lower Brailes for a capppuccino at 'The George' before continuing Sse on a footpath close to the top, veering off to explore the high ground West of the property, cutting across a copse then around the boundary to continue East to Holloway lane, with shortcut NE onto footpath over 195m contour, heading for Broom Hill...Dazingdale01/06/2019
As AJGordonAdshead25/05/2019
Verge parking then up and down the trackColin Crawford28/03/2019
A 7 km 3 Tump circular walk. / jog from Lower Brailes inadvertently partially replicating the annual Braille’s 3 hills walk: Mine Hill, Brailes Hill, Castle Hill. This last being a potential P30 tump I spotted from close contour study and currently awaiting verification from hb editors.First up and down Mine Hill on field fp. Unusually the hill has two named hovels on either side ( smorel hovel and oathill hovel) , and a beggers lane, hinting at harsh times for some in the past.Chris Pearson27/03/2019
From the East, up and down the track. Verge okay to park on.KC21/03/2019
Thanks for the compliment jonglew you and GPS were very helpful.williamglew02/01/2019
Verge parking on minor road to east. Farm access track RoW. HP on west side of long barn. With grandson No1.jonglew02/01/2019
On Brailes 3 hill walk 2018stub196907/05/2018
Damp dank,Monday morning edge of small concrete reservoir Bank SW of mast seems highest as anywhere.vegibagger09/04/2018
Out and back on footpath from Lower Brailesrhalstead23/02/2018
Approached from the N via field path. Summit buildings and trees silhoetted against golden skies of sunset.Highest ground seems to be between a partly submerged covered water tank and an 'electricity pole'.RichardM04/01/2018
Very direct track from E. Highest natural point round to left at the top behind barn.Aye Jimmy07/09/2017
Biked up track from easttrimarc215/06/2017
Up the good track from the east.Campbell Singer12/02/2017
Up track from East. Highest point on top of small reservoir to right, natural HP just to left.PeterD10/02/2017
Up track from the east. Natural high point probably in field close to barns but there's a concrete reservoir which is higher.Herbert Anchovy19/10/2016
Lower Brailes to Sibford Gower.Smudge29/12/2015
Didn't see anybody getting married on the bridal path but then I didn't see any horses on the bridle path either.clivevilla02/11/2015
Usually pass to the west of the highest point on my walk around the Brailes tops, but this time diverted to the summit.JohnW06/09/2015
On the Three Hills Walksignyred04/05/2015
Bridal path from east to mast and behind house. Good view point.arranc12/02/2015
Natural HP is field edge W side of outbuilding; concrete water tank at path junction by tall comms mast is higher. Nice view down on village.RHW13/12/2014
Round the back of the house but accessible near wall.Adrian15/10/2011
DC11main10/04/2018
Jonathan Russell08/11/2017
stevent080926/08/2017
ngthack01/08/2016
Swindon Bagger17/04/2016
andrew brown15/12/2015
BrianMatthews10/11/2015
Moorponder29/08/2013