This walk takes you to a high point of 255 metres and is 2.9 miles long. There are several footpaths so I recommend taking a map with you, preferably an electronic one with GPS. There is a memorial to the crew of the Lancaster bomber DV382 who lost their lives in a plane crash on 13 February 1944 during World War 2 near the top of the hill. You can usually find somewhere to park your car at the start position (GPS 50.91604, -0.66032 - OS: SU942138) shown by a red flag on the map.
The Memorial says:This is the site where a Lancaster Bomber DV382 617 Dambuster Squadron crashed on 13 February 1944 with the loss of life of all the crew.Suggitt, William R. Squadron Leader DFC RCAFDavidson, Norman J. Flying Officer RCAFGordon, John I. Pilot Officer DFC, RAAFDempster, John McBride. Flying Officer DFM RCAFHall, Sydney G. Flying Officer RAAFPulford, John. Flight Sergeant DFM RAFRiches, John P. Flight Sergeant RAFVRLloyd, Thomas W. Squadron Leader DSO RAFStranger, when passing, remember if it was not for heroes like these, we would not be here today.