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Name:Golden Ball Hill
Hill number:18360
Height:271m / 889ft
Parent (Ma):2906  Walbury Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Wiltshire (CoU)
Catchment:Avon (Bristol), Thames
Watershed:Dover to Cape Wrath, Land's End to Dover, Greater Thames Estuary
Class:Tump (200-299m)
(Tu,2)
Grid ref:SU 12937 64010
Summit feature:ground 2m S of fence corner
Drop:52m
Col:219m  SU115637  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 173
(1:25k) 157
Observations:flat summit area
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 27 users)ByDate of Ascent
Pewsey circular. Glorious sunny afternoon. Approached from the pond to N (fence hop), but no barrier to summit ridge from the TH/MW Way.Smudge21/10/2018
From car park over Knap Hill (261m) then up to summit by fence. No access problems. Solo.Dangerous Dave18/02/2018
unmarked HP on level ridge in dandelion covered field at SW corner of wood by hawthorn hedge. Hazy views of lush patchwork of fields.Denise 21/04/2017
From car park to E.jimbloomer29/05/2016
From parking, up and down.rhalstead28/02/2016
Up via Knap Hill. I thought the highest point somewhere near the copse. There's a rectangular cultivated patch which is possibly a stone curlew nesting plot in which case a winter visit is preferable to avoid disturbance, especially if you have a dog.Herbert Anchovy25/02/2016
Clear & sunny ( if a little windy ) walk up from the Workway Drove car parkDanMaisieBex30/01/2016
Could be by fence edgeAdrian31/05/2015
1/3 Quick walk up from car park. Hrad to pick real topFergalh12/05/2015
Climbed with Albert the dogaussie196125/04/2015
Ascent from car park via Knap Hill, which was the better viewpoint.Chris Peart12/04/2015
Copse edge. From WNW, nice walk except 1 v muddy gateway.RHW08/12/2012
Also a Dewey's notable hill.clivevilla24/08/2012
A golden evening of light for a beautiful grassy run after a training day at Dauntsey's School. Nobody about.Chris Pearson14/04/2010
Passed over this tump on the Tan Hill Way on circular walk from Knap Hill car park out to Martinsell Hill Fort, returing via villages of Oare and Huish.jonglew07/12/2007
salen22/04/2018
RichardM21/04/2017
andrew brown30/09/2016
Dusty30/06/2016
Swindon Bagger27/05/2015
abbo000108/03/2015
stevent080913/03/2009
BrianMatthews29/04/2005
ajwxyzt19/09/2004
Hillsidenick31/12/2000
Jacqdaw31/12/2000
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