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Name:Gotham Hill
Hill number:17448
Height:97m / 318ft
Parent (Ma):2869  Cleeve Hill
RHB Section:37: The River Tees to The Wash
County/UA:Nottinghamshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:SK 52324 30571
Summit feature:no feature
Col:49m  SK524296  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 129
(1:25k) 260W
Observations:summit in trees
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 34 users)ByDate of Ascent
This would have been a lovely walk if it weren't for Storm Dennis! Anti-clockwise circular route from Gotham. Solo.Dangerous Dave15/02/2020
Parked by the school in Gotham and ascended by the footpath from here. A pleasant walk in sunshine with good views. The footpath goes outside the wood, but it is easy to cross into the wood, where there is a muddy path across the high point. There is much bramble and young growth away from the path.JohnW08/02/2020
With Calebsimon and co15/09/2019
Lots of opportunity to park on the track just north of Kegworth Road SK525 297. Used for Gotham Hill and Court Hill. For Gotham Hill could have drove up the track to SK520302.David Evans18/08/2019
Good little hill, out and back from Gotham.rhalstead23/03/2019
The sun has burnt through the mist. Done from Kegworth Road after Court Hill.Dugswell223/02/2019
From Gotham. Very flat top.RobertP24/12/2018
Parked near EM Parkway - pleasant walk through Ratcliffe, back beside A453callumorr18/11/2018
Parked in Gotham near school. Up BW across field and into woods. hP in woodland also wento edge of wood and FP but donít think higher.PeterD02/09/2018
Parked at track entrance at 521295, walked NE to ROW track at 525298, NW up this track to 521303 then NE through woods to HP.clivevilla10/04/2018
Drove dirt road to SK 5213 3023. Avoided the RoW along edge of wood in favour of tracks to an indeterminate HP in managed woodland. With Carole Engel.jonglew28/12/2017
Parked in Gotham and headed north along bridleway to ridge then left to woods.Wheelsy14/10/2017
Circuit of Gotham Hill and Court Hill, starting in the small carpark outside Gotham church.BobHancock13/07/2017
Parked at free car park in East Leake, followed Gotham Road until reaching the public bridleway next to Rushcliffe Golf course, followed track all the way up to Cottagers Hill/Gotham Hill, no idea exactly where the summit is but somewhere in the woods. Returned to East Leake via Gotham village and same bridleway.muzza211/06/2017
Parked at start of track to south, although you could drive up and park at top. Lovely woods sadly suffering from Ash die back.Mark Sims22/04/2017
Circuit from Rushcliffe Halt (get there by steam) taking in Court Hill and Gotham Hill. Pleasant hills with good paths, Interesting notice boards particularly in Gotham Villageclimbingkershaw04/04/2017
Pleasent network of bridleways and footpaths access the hill top. High point appears in woods but it's all quite marginal.RichardM22/03/2016
Up track from south & into wood. The 1:50,000 map calls this Cottagers Hill & Gotham Hill is to the north east. Suspect Batman discovered this tump & renamed it.ngthack10/03/2016
Parked to the north in small side lane off Nottingham road. Walked along bridleway on south flank of hill then into Gotham hill wood. Small well used track off public footpath to left wanders over to high point though public bridleway along southern fence looks as high. This is a lovely hill with great views over Nottingham and the Trent northwards and across to the fens. Well worth wandering around the paths for a couple of hours with plenty of birdlife.mart079702/02/2016
Up the wide track from the SE where there is ample space to park. Into wood and follow paths to indeterminate HP. Interesting information board on WW2 history.Campbell Singer15/01/2016
East Leake to Clifton. Encountered festive adornments to NW of HP.Smudge28/12/2015
28sep14 Due bridge closed for road works instead ascended from Gotham. Path goes over the I thought, but map shows spot hgt to W. 24jun15 second attempt summited in woodland.Adrian24/05/2015
Used dirt track from S. Shooting going on in wood to the L at the top. Pleasant little path inside woodland to a high point. There are also a couple of contenders along fence line boundary to SE of the wood.Aye Jimmy20/05/2015
Nice stroll from Gotham recreation ground car park. Path at edge of wood appears to be highest pointRamblingpaul06/04/2015
Lovely hill, almost worth wasting an hour of my life each way on the bus through the Clifton roadworks. Up and down from Gotham village.DanHolme13/02/2015
Parked at top of good dirt road leading up from Kegworth RoadGordonAdshead06/02/2015
2nd hill of Four today on a long traverse from East Bridgford to Wilford Hill, after Court hill just continued on Bridleway onto Wood lane that took me to the corner of the wood and then took track veering off to explore the summit area. Somebody is camping inside this wood. Great sunshine today. Many infant Ash saplings are growing as scrub in the wood.Dazingdale30/01/2015
E side of main path thru wood, 92g/98s. from SE, mapped paths across fields then diagonally thru wood RHW11/02/2012
With Nick.Richard Gunn02/01/1998
Date approximate, an early walk with Dad.Grinner01/06/1987
carole engel28/12/2017
andrew brown04/05/2016