CSMLFC, this is my take on the hills from earlier in the thread, as has been said before nothing really of note, except the last one, and that only because of where it is.
Basically there are 5 parts that could be classed as hills. None of which are anything to be afraid of.
1 - Almost as soon as you reach leave the racecourse start, there is an uphill section in to the centre of Chester. Catches everyone out and can get congested as everyone suddenly slows down.
2 - Around 3 miles, just after crossing the Dee short climb up through Handbridge village.
3 - Mile 18(ish) Cross back over the River Dee at Farndon, short sharp climb up other side of river. This one is both great and a killer, as fantastic crowd support at top of hill that drags you up (and means you have still look good too )
4 - About mile 22 shortish climb up in to Huntington (beware, a lot of people mistake this for the final climb!).
5 - Sandy Lane, about mile 23 - 24 fairly short sharp climb back in to Chester itself. This can be a killer, but hey you've nearly finished so whats not to like.