County Tops of England: Lincolnshire

Normanby Top: 168 metres (Grid Ref: TF121964)
Route Statistics and Files
Start: Roadside near Radar Station Grid Ref: TF124960 Distance: 0.3 miles (0.5 km)
Climbing: 3 metres Time: 15 minutes Rating: Easy
GPX Route File Google Earth File Map: 284 Grimsby, Cleethorpes and Immingham
Statistics
Start: Roadside near Radar Station Grid Ref: TF124960
Distance: 0.3 miles (0.5 km) Time: 15 minutes
Climbing: 3 metres Rating: Easy
GPX Route File Google Earth File
Map: 284 Grimsby, Cleethorpes and Immingham
The field which is home to Lincolnshire's county top
The field which is home to Lincolnshire's county top (image, courtesy of Wikipedia)

The Walk: You will need permission to cross the field required to reach the trig pillar which marks the spot of Lincolnshire's county top. It is a simple walk along a field side from the radar station but as the land is private it would be illegal to do so without the aforesaid permission.

The Walk I Would Do: Should I bother then after seeking permission I would do this one.


Information: Wolds Top (sometimes also Normanby Hill) is the name sometimes given to the highest point of the Lincolnshire Wolds. It lies some distance to the north of the village of Normanby le Wold in Lincolnshire. The Viking Way passes close by, on a minor road, and there is a radio mast near the summit. The summit is marked with an Ordnance Survey triangulation station. (Source: Wikipedia)


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