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Name:Rough Hill
Hill number:17401
Height:137m / 449ft
Parent (Ma):2869  Cleeve Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Warwickshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SP 25374 49571
Summit feature:no feature: ground by field edge
Col:101m  SP339463  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 151
(1:25k) 205
Observations:ground by covered reservoir 400m N at SP 25317 49969 may be as high
Comments:alternative summit at SP253499
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 24 users)ByDate of Ascent
Up footpath from NW. Very hard going using crutches through fresh growth.GordonAdshead13/07/2019
1st of 11 tumps on an epic 46.3km traverse from Goldicote business park (via bus from Stratford) to Banbury. On fp heading SE then veering off to explore the high ground, recording 137m @ SP 25318 49985 in rough ground North of the reservoir, SP 25322 49971 next to fence. Went to South of compound before heading for 137m spot height, but only recording 135m @ SP 25374 49586 and SP 25498 49646, beside concrete structure. So ground next to reservoir higher from my readings. Continuing South from track over field to fp around Boundary covert then South to drop onto Shakespeares way to Halford. I stopped here for soup and ordered a takeaway baguette (Expensive). Very rude guy serving! Onwards route to Idlicote hill...Dazingdale01/06/2019
In the gloaming at the end of a lovely warm March day. Horse rider in paddock also eeking out the last photons of daylight not wanting the day to end. Visited the collection of possible high points,as noted by others then headtorch out for return to car and a chip supper in Stratford, before a spot of bagging under dark skies.Chris Pearson27/03/2019
From A422 on bridleway.KC21/03/2019
RoW from NNW, near 104m spot height. Difficult to identify a precise HP, somewhere on the field/copse boundary near the 137m spot height perhaps.jonglew03/07/2018
East Side of wood, hint of drizzlevegibagger08/04/2018
Fron the NW on exceedingly wet bridleway to the expansive levellish summit with no distinct high point. Wandered the track, woods, the field edge and reservoirRichardM04/01/2018
As others, used f/p from the NW with profusion of sloe berries in the hedge. Field edge by wood and S corner of reservoir seem similar height.Aye Jimmy07/09/2017
From the nw. Path was very boggy but still an easy walk. Very good views for such a nondescript hill.Campbell Singer16/02/2017
As others. Field edge by ditch is fairly flat so had a walk around.clivevilla29/12/2016
From NW along BW, then track, then into woods. HP seemed to be near ditch at field edge.PeterD06/11/2016
On the path from the NW. High point could be anywhere but I went for arable field on far side of wood.Herbert Anchovy19/10/2016
Ascended from the north west, where there is good parking close to the junction with the A422.JohnW05/06/2015
From Halford on Bridleways.rhalstead13/03/2015
From NW on bridal paths. High points near reservoir and by boundary covert.arranc12/02/2015
From NNW, path a bit claustrophobic til opens out. First summit (no spot ht) in woodland by resr, then a dip, second summit (spot ht) NE edge of woodland, or possibly path is as high.RHW13/12/2014
Pleasant half hour stroll along ROW after working in Stratford area.Mark Sims11/12/2013
in a cereal fieldAdrian16/06/2012
Ettington Pk- Ettington- Rough Hill- Ettington Pk; nice on the ridge- views on a fair day. With Mom and Dad.pwheeler22/04/1987
Jonathan Russell08/11/2017
andrew brown15/12/2015