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Name:Honey Hills
Hill number:18864
Height:81m / 266ft
Parent (Ma):2807  Kinder Scout
RHB Section:37: The River Tees to The Wash
County/UA:Nottinghamshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:SK 57796 85869
Summit feature:no feature
Col:47m  SK573854  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 111 120
(1:25k) 279S
Observations:flat summit area
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 26 users)ByDate of Ascent
Large, but unsigned, car park just south of Langold. Look for a cafe sign pointing into the trees. Large car park and a delightful, and reasonably priced cafe on the car park. Follow the tarmacced road SW until it comes to a junction where it goes round in a circle. Take the right hand fork and this leads through a break in the fence into the woods. From here follow your nose along obvious paths to the open summit.moorsman21/01/2020
Parking to the NE in Langold Country Park SK585867David Evans25/03/2019
From the country park parking areaAlan Caine03/11/2018
Parked at Langold Country Park then an easy 2.2 km walk to return to car.Dugswell202/09/2018
KF What is this yellow thing above us in the sky, and why is the sky blue? One of the first decent days of the year and it seems half of Langold has come out to the Country Park but there is no-one at the summit of Honey Hill. From his former spoil heap there are good views in most directions.crazy14/04/2018
Very pleasant from country park car park. Took circular route. Hill adorned with small hawthorn trees coming into leaf.Mark Sims27/04/2017
A walk in Langold Country Park with Alfie. No trespassing required!Dangerous Dave05/05/2016
From country park car park, along tarmac road then footpaths past substation. Turn left at foot of hill & up along wood/field edge to a reasonably defined summit, compared to some I've been up today.ngthack06/03/2016
a short walk up from the lake at Langold..just headed in the general direction of the hill from the bandstand picked up a rising path alongside belt of trees to summit...a grand little view.steven ruffles19/02/2016
8th Tump of the morning and not yet 11.00. Another coal tip being brought back to nature. Parked at the cafe which was open in February. Winding good paths to back of industrial estate and then turned right up hill up easy grassy slopes.Campbell Singer05/02/2016
As per Richard GunnBramley18/01/2016
2nd of three hills with Lexi Rue, my partner's Labradoodle on a route from near Harworth to Shireoaks via Harworth colliery passing Styrrup & Oldcotes taking bridleway West to woodland but followed fp in woodland and got disorientated and was following field edge West at Sk578878 but realised error and headed South joining fp heading East into Langold country park. Took fp's South onto line of dismantled Railway past derelict buildings to East then fp veers Sw over flank of hill so when clear we headed up to grassy summit a short distance from fence intersection. Descent was Sw following boundary of woodland, joining bridleway to Buckwood farm.Dazingdale05/12/2015
Headed up from west via footpath from Buckwood Farm. The OS map shows a thin strip of open ground running up from the footpath but unfortunately it was far from open. It started off easily, heading up through grass, but after climbing over a gate it turned into a battle through brambles, nettles and ferns to the summit area.Wheelsy10/09/2015
On round trip for Worksop to visit this and Beacon Hill. Approached hill from bridleway in west at bend (SK 572856)on new path that skirts hill to stile at SK 576860. FRom here a thin path heads through trees a little west of south, then south to the summit ridge. Take your pick which bit is highest !Moorponder20/07/2015
parked in lake carpark, round lake and path to a few metres from the summit. Meadow/tall grass.Adrian05/07/2015
From NNE, Richard Gunn route, good tip to keep L of elec sub sta, a bit surreal going thru old colliery site with big derelict buildings undefended as yet. My final Notts P30RHW21/12/2014
Same route as previous logger RG - thanks! Might add that once in the wood keep to the left-hand tracks going past electricity substation and derelict buildings until path up hill appears on right. Pleasant grassy pasture on top, have made a superb job of landscaping.Aye Jimmy23/10/2014
Walk around Langold Country Park. From car park (SK 585867) head S.W.(tarmac drive initially). Keep roughly straight ahead through trees (several paths leading in different directions). By boundary fence a right turn, followed shortly by a left, takes you up the hill. Flat, grassy plateau. Former spoil heap. No summit feature. Decent views.Richard Gunn07/12/2013
Ben Rinnes28/05/2019
Martin R15/04/2019
carole engel15/02/2018
andrew brown07/02/2017