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Name:Oat Hill
Hill number:17373
Height:161m / 528ft
Parent (Ma):2870  Walton Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Staffordshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SJ 97865 20352
Summit feature:no feature: heather
Col:129m  SJ976198  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 127
(1:25k) 244
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 52 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
7km trail run with bethanyByronHaywood05/05/2019
From Tixell road end (NW), followed tracks and trods.Moorponder25/02/2019
With Minnie, from German cemetary accross to trig & Glacial Boulder, down to stepping stones then steep up-n-over Oat Hill to Milford Common, cold, frosty but sunny.apricorum02/02/2019
5th hill of 7 on a route from Astonhill Farm bus stop on the A34 to Little Haywood, climbing Peasley Bank as an out and bank and then continuing to climb Upper Park and Hopton Heath and Satnall Hills descending to the main road and then picking up a trail heading up through the Punchbowl with the last 100 metres a roughish route up to find the top in a Heathery/bilberry mix close to some immature deciduous trees. Descent onto a track heading for Berryhill...Dazingdale24/11/2018
With the boys.Gentle walk up from Punch Bowl CP. A few fallen trees about after recent storms, blocking the path in one place. 56m ascentRoguePulsar01/02/2018
just a quick one in passing.heavyhorses21/07/2017
From Satnall Hill. Straightforward yomp up clear paths. One fallen tree. Views less clear than previous to the glacial boulder from here...stig_nest09/03/2017
Circuit of Satnall Hills, Oat Hill, Harts Hill (not classified but worth the climb on easy logging tracks) and Berry Hill.BobHancock09/03/2017
As for Ngthack.arranc07/02/2017
Oat Hill & Harts Hill from Punchbowl car parkTony J14/01/2017
Walked with Alex and Smudge from the car park south of the A513.Dugswell214/01/2017
Revisited with Dugswell & Alex [Using car].Smudge14/01/2017
Parking: For Satnall Hills, Oat Hill & Berry Hill - Car Park SJ 98372 20702. For Oat Hill Head SW to flattish summit.David Evans08/01/2017
From the CP on S side of A513.chrisbien06/10/2016
Levellish top, heathland with Common Heather, Billberry and Bracken. High point close to a group of Oak and Birch.RichardM12/08/2016
indistinct amongst purple heather on sunny day, with Meg (dog)Denise 12/08/2016
From car park to NE. Pleasant easy walk over heathland.Campbell Singer11/07/2016
Large track from car park to NE then up to flattish heathery summit area. The summit GR now has no pines, only six tree stumps. An alternative may be by the path close to some silver birch at SJ 97876 20337.Aye Jimmy03/04/2016
From cp to north east.ngthack25/11/2015
Oat Hill and Satnall Hills from car park by A513.RobertP15/11/2015
start and finish from punch bowl. With Feargal and Suecarlpg12/09/2015
With Bev (sulking) and Cabe.simon and co28/06/2015
heather topped hill.Adrian10/05/2015
Milford to Hednesford. Summit area is currently out of bounds due to forestry work (& consequently a right mess), however local foresters don't work at weekends it seems.Smudge21/02/2015
From SJ974297 - whilst on finish marshall duty for the Trig points Race.summitsup11/01/2015
From NE, Devils Punch Bowl, good paths almost to summit. Then to Berry Hill and Satnall Hills.RHW20/12/2014
I was walking the Heart of England Way today to Litchfield so took this little diversion off the path, along feint track, to the top of this hill topped with tiny copse of fir trees.Father Ted17/10/2014
Enjoyed a walk on Cannock Chase.Alancache03/07/2014
From Milford, easy stroll on good tracks.rhalstead18/04/2014
Summit crossed during orienteering event.JohnW30/11/2008
Several visits and orienteering events.fasgadh01/09/1985
Alan Caine26/01/2019
carole engel29/06/2018
Alex C14/01/2017
Neil Haslewood30/09/2016
Mark Sims26/04/2016
andrew brown19/03/2016