Name:Barrow Hill
Hill number:18106
Height:189m / 620ft
Parent (Ma):2897  Win Green
RHB Section:41: South Central England
Catchment:Avon & Stour
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:ST 99359 23483
Summit feature:no feature: ground by covered reservoir
Col:157m  ST992230  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 184
(1:25k) 118N
Observations:summit area covered in trees
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 20 users)ByDate of Ascent
From road high point to SW up field boundary to high point. Remains of last years maize cropbut still un cultivated this year.cjo03/04/2024
From N: ROW, then around field.PGCE19/09/2021
A circuitous route across the huge field following tractor tracks and harvested section. Summit area has knoll of beech and yew and covered reservoir, so natural HP unclear. parked at Church carpark Ebbesbourne Wake Village ( on May hill, above the church).Denise 26/07/2021
From Ebbesbourne Wake, a frustrating maze of a route to make use of the areas where the barley had been harvested. Summit copse of young beech and yew around embanked water tank. Thundery showers.RichardM26/07/2021
PRoW from the N, then over stubble & grass to the summit. Walked around the reservoir, to cover all possible HPs.DanMaisieBex17/10/2020
Path from the north and then straight across a chalky stubble field, around the game crop and onto the bank surrounding the reservoir.Herbert Anchovy16/11/2019
18.10 up back from road to west then curbing round field edge and final small summmit patch of maize next to the little reservoir.vegibagger22/08/2019
Lay-by from SW, up bank through wild meadow to crop edge which followed to top WNT to Hp and top of reservoir.PeterD04/08/2019
Wiltshire blanketed under glistening snow on a beautiful sunny morning.Minor roads sheet ice so tightened my boots and made a 3 and half hour circular walk through soft powdery snow from the A30 way to the north to reach this beautiful tranquil valley with its 3 small adjacent Tumps. Dazzling snow on upper field ( piste) here. Could have got a few telemarks in on descent? Lovely bell ringing from below on this glorious blue sky, white snow Sunday morning.Chris Pearson03/02/2019
Did not make the top of Barrow Hill tried to walk this from the by-way on the east side it is too exposed with a lot of windows looking over from the farms. Better to do this from the west sidephilhythe05/04/2018
From layby at top of road to the W. Field edges to summit, luckily the summit field had been harvested.Chris Peart17/08/2015
On a round of Wilts tumps; from Ebbesbourne Wake, RoW initially then up steep bank and over stock fence to sheep pasture, then arable field, to small knot of trees and coverered reservoir at summit.jonglew20/11/2014
SE corner of farm resr in arable field. From N, RoW E then follow field edges, low fence round resr RHW07/04/2012
reservoir at top. snow coverAdrian04/02/2012
Mark Jackson13/04/2024
Martin R26/08/2023
Mark Sims08/06/2022
andrew brown01/08/2018