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Name:Milton Hill
Hill number:18375
Height:238m / 781ft
Parent (Ma):2906  Walbury Hill
RHB Section:41: South Central England
County/UA:Wiltshire (CoU)
Catchment:Avon & Stour
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:SU 19186 58462
Summit feature:mound in woodland W of trig point
Col:200m  SU206592  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 173
(1:25k) 130N
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 17 users)ByDate of Ascent
Visited old trig site in field of clover then new trig then Tump summit.Dugswell204/09/2019
Pewsey circular.Smudge16/12/2018
From Milton Lilbourne up FP. Trig in the Wood next to horse trail with jumps. Also visited covered reservoir.PeterD04/08/2018
From end of tarmac above Milton Lilbourne. The trig is easy to find, especially as it's on a plinth, but it's hard to say if it's the summit. The tumulus in the field to the S is, in fact, a covered reservoir.Chris Peart08/10/2017
Parked SU 20156 59000 and followed tracks. Found trig lurking under a beech and then wandered around the edge of the arable land south of the wood. Followed tramlines to the tumuli, as someone clearly had before me. Was going to head straight for Easton Hill but over 1km of walking through mature crops wasn't appealing so drove to Easton Royal next. Rather gloomy evening walk.Herbert Anchovy28/07/2017
Out and back from Milton Lilbourne.rhalstead02/04/2017
Good late afternoon walk up from Milton Lilbourne, trig point is located in the wooded field boundaryDanMaisieBex30/01/2016
Sign showed a permissive path leaving the PROW crossing the summit. The mound in the field to the south of the summit is higher but as it is clearly man made it doesn't count.Swindon Bagger12/10/2015
1/5 Nice circular walk from road. was defintely on highest point in wood but no sign of trig pillarFergalh26/06/2015
Parking in Pewsey for circular walk via Milton Lilbourse and Easton Royal before heading up to Milton Hill to bag the trig and hill summit. Returning via Pewsey Hill and Winter's Drove.jonglew12/12/2012
Minor detour from route of Amesbury Walkers walk from Easton RoyalHillsidenick08/01/2012
andrew brown13/06/2018