Arbury Hill from the west
|Elevation||225 m (738 ft)|
|Topo map||OS Explorer 206|
The slopes of Arbury Hill are a drainage divide between three major river catchment areas, with the Nene to the north, east and south, the Cherwell (a tributary of the Thames) to the south-west and the Leam (a tributary of the Severn) to the west and north-west.
On the summit of Arbury Hill there are the vestiges of an Iron Age Fort (grid reference ), although this is disputed. The remains are in the form of a square ditch and embankment about 200 metres across.
There is a motor-cross track on the east side and top of the hill that is used for competitions about three times a year.
- OS Explorer Map 207: Newport Pagnell & Northampton South (1:25 000) ISBN 0319 46387 7
- 'Badby', in An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the County of Northamptonshire, Volume 3: Archaeological Sites in North-West Northamptonshire (London, 1981), pp. 7-12. British History Online, accessed 25 October 2017.
- moto-cross track
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