– Lat/Long: 52.11° N 0.29° E

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Rivey Hill mountain guide

  • Elevation: 112 m
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Rivey Hill Climbing Notes

joshua lilley from UNITED KINGDOM writes:

This is not a mountain!!!

If you wish to travel up this so called 'mountain' you will need: a good pair of trainers, drinking water, small rucksack, minimal amount of walking equipment and simple clothes.

There is a wood on one side of the hill that does have a small hut for accommodation and a brake if needed. It has lots of paths so its good for a short walk in the summer.
If you go here don't forget to visit the village (Linton) at the bottom of mountain as it has lots of great shops like a co-op, 2 pubs and lovely cafe's.
overall it is a good hill to walk up and around, but I still wouldn't call it a mountain.

Happy hiking!!


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