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Name:Bordon Hill
Hill number:17453
Height:91m / 299ft
Parent (Ma):2870  Walton Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Warwickshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:SP 17644 54185
Summit feature:no feature: ground c 35m SE of trig point
Col:57m  SP174550  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 151
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 29 users)ByDate of Ascent
4th and final Tump on a route from Mickleton to Stratford, climbing Ebrington Hill, Meon Hill and Welford Hill, continuing via Rumer Hill coppice onto lane, into Weston on Avon and onto the Avon Way linking to a cycle lane veering off just past the River Avon and near the racecouse to follow a fp linking with Stratford road. A short way up the road, i took the fp and then the bridleway, veering off to climb over the gate and then visit the Trig pillar with the top not too far. Descent to field edge then over bw fence to re-join fp and then straightforward route following the Heart of England Way into Stratford...Dazingdale22/06/2019
Managed to squeeze the car in a space at the front of the car dealership - it was closed anyway late on Sunday afternoon. Followed RoW NW for a short way and then climbed over gate leading to reservoir and mast. Trig and HP just past the mast. Good views.Wheelsy02/06/2019
Back again after a mere gap of 39 years to see where I came as a school boy. Up the field from Bordon nurseries who use the latest sophisticated technology to grow 230 million plants a year under a sea of greenhouses to supply garden centes. Down to the east lies Anne Hathaway’s cottage who use no sophisticated technology but keep things just as they were 500 years ago. Did the Bard and Anne wander up this local hill behind her cottage when courting I wonder?Chris Pearson28/03/2019
Asked to park at car place and quick up and down. Many surprised rabbits.KC21/03/2019
Wilmcote to Stratford-upon-Avon. Via fence hop from ROW to N (and a low electric one between trig & HP).Smudge14/01/2018
Simple 10 min. walk up access road to mast, starting on ROW. Given it's such a small hill, the view is surprisingly good, especially over the Vale of Evesham. The trickiest problem is where to park as the staring point is on the brow of the hill on a busy road.pwheeler22/10/2017
As PeterD, easy approach up lane from Stratford Car Centre.Aye Jimmy12/09/2017
Parked outside car dealers, up track to com so tower then HP and on to visit trig.PeterD15/07/2017
Same route as Campbell Singer. Parked at top of nursery drive.Herbert Anchovy29/03/2017
From housing estate, easy access on waterboard track.rhalstead19/02/2017
Parked in Borden Hill Nurseries and crossed busy main road, over a gate and up field for sale for development. Over a bwf to trig and summit. 10 minutes up and down.Campbell Singer16/02/2017
Wish all hill top reservoirs were like this one, just of the summit and leaving summit and trig clear of their wretched fencing. Waxed lyrical in one way conversation with fearty but curious cows. Shakespeare might've liked that!vegibagger21/09/2016
Followed track off B439 to trigRamblingpaul25/08/2016
I was walking round the nearby geocaching circuit, so detoured off to the summit and the trig point.Alancache16/06/2016
Parked on verge, over gate and up to trig. The barbed wire was already bent down to facilitate ducking under. Summit is near the trig.clivevilla07/03/2016
From NE, taking private road then muddy paths to reach access track to mast.RobertP24/01/2016
Surprisingly good view for a tiny hill- from new houses on ROW from ENE then up short track to mast and trig.Mark Sims02/06/2015
close to water utility and trigAdrian16/06/2013
from premier in stratfordunderhill13/11/2011
Over gate - walk up trackarranc20/02/2007
Plug now unfortunately missing on trig point. The way in is to the right of the small second hand car dealers. Parking is a little tricky, I ended up going down the hill towards Stratford and parking on the forecourt of the Indian restaurant.Father Ted12/12/2004
Spare time to explore Stratford as a 17 year old on a 6th form Shakespeare trip..... and what did I do? ...walked out along the road to find the trig pillar I had spotted on a map. The beginnings of the bagging magnet? Meanwhile my school friends were busy doing normal activities for 17 year olds like trying to buy booze for a a party. As Robert Frost wonderfully wrote 'Two roads diverged in a wood and I, I took the one less travelled by, and that has made all the difference'Chris Pearson02/04/1980
andrew brown15/12/2015
Alex C12/10/2012