Bald Hill is the, traditional, historic county top of Oxfordshire and stands at 257 m (843 ft). it is located in the Aston Rowant National Nature Reserve, which itself is situated on the north-west escarpment of the Chiltern Hills.
The hilltop is covered by dense woodland but is easily accessible, approximately 250 m away from the nearby Cowleaze Wood car park. The top is also close to The Ridgeway National Trail, a long distance, ancient walk stretching 87 miles from Overton Hill to Ivinghoe Beacon.
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|257 m (843 ft)||England||Oxfordshire|
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