Patchett’s Cliff

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Patchett’s Cliff

Summit Details

About Patchett’s Cliff

Patchett’s Cliff is a mountain summit in the Bristol to the Wrekin and Lincolnshire region in the county of Lincolnshire, England. Patchett’s Cliff is 73 metres high with a prominence of 20 metres. The summit can be identified by: no feature: ground c 40m W of trig point Additional Notes: summit near field edgeTump replaced by 18930 Ash Holt June 2014 All the walks up Patchett’s Cliff on Mud and Routes can be seen above.

Walks up Patchett’s Cliff

Ordnance Survey Summit Map for Patchett’s Cliff

Patchett’s Cliff Summit Stats

Height in Metres: 73 metres

Height in Feet: 239 feet

Range: Bristol to the Wrekin and Lincolnshire

Prominence: 20 metres

Parent Summit: Normanby Top [The Wolds]

Grid Reference: SK936917

Col Height: 53

Col Grid Reference: SK944962

Summit Classification: Un

National Park, County or Country: Bristol to the Wrekin and Lincolnshire, England’s Highest Mountains, Lincolnshire

Recommended Maps: Landranger Map 112   Explorer Map 281S  

Data with AcknowledgementDatabase of British and Irish Hills

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