Milk Hill is the county top of Wiltshire. The adjacent Tan Hill is the location of the Alton Barnes white horse, a hill figure cut in 1812. On 23 August 2009, the BBC programme Countryfile featured an item on analysis by Ordnance Survey to determine whether Milk or Tan Hill were the higher. It was confirmed that Milk Hill is 10 inches higher than Tan Hill.
- County: Wiltshire
- Highest Point: Milk Hill
- Height (ft): 967
- Height (m): 295
- Grid Reference: SU1041564341
- Dates Slept On: 26/27 August 2012
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