Great Wood Hill

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Great Wood Hill
Suffolk's county top - geograph.org.uk - 190439.jpg
Communications mast at Great Wood Hill
Highest point
Elevation136 m (446 ft)
Prominencec. 42 metres (138 ft)
Parent peakTherfield Hill
ListingCounty Top
Coordinates52°10′17″N 0°36′42″E / 52.1715°N 0.6118°E / 52.1715; 0.6118Coordinates: 52°10′17″N 0°36′42″E / 52.1715°N 0.6118°E / 52.1715; 0.6118
Geography
Great Wood Hill is located in Suffolk
Great Wood Hill
Great Wood Hill
Great Wood Hill in Suffolk
LocationNewmarket Ridge, England
OS gridTL787558
Topo mapOS Landranger 155

At 136 metres (446 ft), Great Wood Hill is the highest point in the Newmarket Ridge and in the English county of Suffolk. The top is in the middle of a wood, near the village of Rede.

It is the highest point in the wide area east of the River Cam.

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