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Name:Court Hill
Hill number:17449
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 54070 28353
Summit feature:no feature: at bend in bridleway
Col:54m  SK552275  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 129
(1:25k) 246
Observations:ground 210m NW at SK 53919 28491 might be as high
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 36 users)ByDate of Ascent
Little ride out from notts on the bike. Beautiful place to watch the sun come up. Straight up the hill opposite hill road.Nicky C26/04/2020
Parked in East Leake in a residential street just south of Rushcliffe Halt. Walked up bridleway past the golf club. NW hp is in a sheep field. Solo. Back same way.Dangerous Dave15/02/2020
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 Court Hill could have possibly parked at the end of Wood Lane at SK529 290.David Evans18/08/2019
Out and back from Gotham after Gotham Hill.rhalstead23/03/2019
Misty morning after parking off Kegworth Road then back to bag Gotham Hill.Dugswell223/02/2019
From NW up BW to edge of golf course.PeterD02/09/2018
KJ A dryish day in a wet spring but the low cloud is obscuring the views. High point indistinct, numerous candidates from hump on golf course to mounds in woods.crazy12/04/2018
Parked on edge of track at 535293 and waled S then SE along ROWs to HP.clivevilla10/04/2018
Straightforward walk in early spring sunshine on the bridleway from road junction just outside East Leake.JohnW25/03/2018
RoW at edge of golf course - parked in their car park. With Carole Engel.jonglew28/12/2017
With Toby from West Leake.Wheelsy29/10/2017
With my dad from West Leake.TLBW29/10/2017
Circuit of Gotham Hill and Court Hill, starting in the small carpark outside Gotham church.BobHancock13/07/2017
En route to Gotham Hill and Gotham, parked at free car park in East Leake, followed Gotham Road until reaching the public bridleway next to Rushcliffe Golf course. summit near the end of the golf course on the bridleway.muzza211/06/2017
From north leaving the car where I'd left it for Gotham Hill. All along bridleway. Nice views over to NottmMark Sims22/04/2017
From Rushcliffe Halt as a circuit to include Cottager's Hill and a visit to the interesting village of Gothamclimbingkershaw04/04/2017
Bridleway across hill top from Rushcliffe. Large flat and level summit, high point in nice area of pasture with shallow Lynchets and hollows with pieces of Gypsum. Fine views N. though very grey and overcast today. Area has an iron age fort feel about it. I ventured into the very brambly pine forest but quickly decided there was no higher ground there.RichardM22/03/2016
From minor road to north west at 534293. South on fp past Cuckoo Bush wood. Apparently the locals fenced off a cuckoo in a bush to stop it flying away & therefore make summer last longer. However they didn't make the fence high enough & it flew away. Ah well, nice try. At the corner of the wood turn left along a fence to another wood. Blundered about in this for a bit until I think I found the hp.ngthack10/03/2016
Walked up bridle path from Rushcliffe Halt. High point is on the rough pasture just beyond golf courseRamblingpaul13/01/2016
Parked at golf club and walked along bridleway. HP seems to be a grassy lump on right hand side of path just beyond the golf course.Campbell Singer31/12/2015
East Leake to Clifton. Spent a while traipsing the brambly rides in the woodland near the mapped 97m spot.Smudge28/12/2015
Walked along the bridle way past the golf course.Alancache24/12/2015
From Gotham, past the tumuli. Into the woods past a no entry sign would give you easier access to the top, if you were inclined to trespass, which I of course am not....DanHolme08/08/2015
Somewhere near the path. Saw fenced tumulus on way over.Adrian24/05/2015
Easy parking to the NW then used f/p (Gotham Heritage Trail). Long level bridleway past golf course appears to be the summit.Aye Jimmy20/05/2015
Triangular 4.5m walk from layby north of West Leake at the start of Wossock Lane. Good views north to Nottingham.callumorr08/02/2015
1St hill of Four today on a long traverse from East Leake to Wilford Hill.I walked up the Bridleway next to Rushcliffe Halt and this took me to the summit. Highest point does appear to be the path as I walked into the adjacent wood but did not record anything higher.Dazingdale30/01/2015
Parked outside Club House, but could easily have parked at road junction 545287GordonAdshead08/01/2015
S edge of path. From NW, obvious path RHW11/02/2012
Date approximate, a family walk.Grinner01/06/1985
carole engel28/12/2017
andrew brown26/09/2015
Richard Gunn06/12/2014