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Name:Worlebury Hill
Hill number:5434
Height:109m / 358ft
Parent (Ma):2891  Beacon Batch
RHB Section:41: South Central England
County/UA:North Somerset (UA)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (South)
Class:Hump, Tump (100-199m), Clem
Grid ref:ST323626 (est)
Col:5m  ST363617  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 182
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 97 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From the CP at the end of Worlebury Hill Road. Easy half mile along made up path. Nice trees. No views.Newton Maximus12/03/2020
Parked In South Road. FP up to the top. Hard to tell the exact HP so walked the length of the track to make sure.fosal2904/11/2019
Short stroll from car park.Bramley12/09/2019
With Russ - casual stroll up from the station on a beautiful day. Good views to be had towards Wales when heading west along the ridge after the summit.Richard12/05/2019
Like Father Ted.Moorponder09/05/2019
Return visit after the hillfort was cleared by the local archaeological department. We went up onto Sand Point to see the (barely there) round barrow first, then walked across the beach to get to Worlebury. A reasonable steep ascent through trees brought us out quite close to the summit, then an easy walk to the fort. Wow, it's amazing now it's been cleared - serious stone ramparts and the Iron Age pits are nicely cleaned up too. Well worth the return. Headed down some steps to the south and back into Weston.thesweetcheat31/03/2019
Worle to Weston SM. N to W traverse with spur to check the eastern 109m spot.Smudge24/02/2019
Gentle stroll west along summit track from Worlebury Hill Roadvegibagger01/08/2018
from Old Colonial pub in Weston-S-M. Then a look at the impressive iron age hill fortjoseph mitchell11/05/2018
With K in dark from due southAshley18/11/2017
Great start to the day straight off the train in Weston.Alex C27/10/2017
From Cecil Road.twg2718/10/2017
Parked to East just before dog walkers car park. Did the stroll along, bit wet and muddy, Bryher enjoyed it. No views, would have been good one day before the forest grew...nordicstar05/10/2017
From Cecil Road to the south. There is an obvious gap in the houses and paths up. There is a double track running across the flat top so I walked along it to make sure.clivevilla19/05/2017
An easy walk along the ridge from the car park then a wander around to try and find a high point including the feint track to the given coords.Father Ted12/04/2017
As per previous comments, hard to say where actual top is.Ramblingpaul20/02/2017
As per simon and coMark Sims15/02/2017
Hard to say where the high point is along the long wooded ridge.RichardM20/10/2016
Hard to say where the top is but pleasant and popular walk in woods by WestonDenise 20/10/2016
from Premier Inn to old pier and fp east to ridge and backunderhill15/10/2016
From the car park, west along the ridgeline tracks, past the water tower to the hill fort and backMariana Trench25/09/2016
Bank Holiday Monday, very hot and sunny. Walked up past the old quarry to the top, then headed west to the amazing multi-ramparts of the hillfort (not seen to best advantage in summer vegetation). Nice viewpoint towards Cardiff and Newport when you find a break in the trees.thesweetcheat29/08/2016
Walked up through west starting with the steps and through the impressive remains of the Iron age hillfort.Swindon Bagger09/04/2016
Solo from path by side of old quarry on Cecil Road.simon and co04/12/2015
Early morning stroll with my non-sleeping daughter in the slingvictimofmathema25/07/2015
From Worlebury Hill Road car park. Visited both 109 spot heights and a few other potential HPs. Shame no view.PeterD17/06/2015
To Sand Point and backVertigo15/02/2015
1/8 of long day ! drive in to weston supermare head for the hill numerous tracks from beside the expensive houses will lead you to top whcih is flat and full of paths, walkers and trees not much views sadly.Fergalh15/11/2014
From to car park, along ridge and off the paths in area of GR.CJM27/08/2014
Woods ful of tracks, walked along the ridge, lots of options for highest.rhalstead09/03/2014
5.6 mile run from Premier Inn @ Hutton MoorDavidGMould04/07/2013
A very flat top indeed! Wandered around without being certain where the exact highest point was, but would like to think it is by the pile of large rocks. Nice woods, but they unfortunately mean no view from the top. Good car parking, very busy with dog walkers.Hillsidenick31/03/2013
My third confusing hill today - I covered all the high ground but wasn't convinced by the GR and what about the other 109m spot height?Chris Peart04/03/2013
Took in both 109m spot heights - very flat but pleasant wood.chrisbien21/05/2012
Worlebury Hill is an old stomping ground of ours as we brought the kids up mainly in Weston, so good to visit an old friend.jonglew28/04/2012
A nice little walk on a day out trigging around Weston with Lyn.heavyhorses24/04/2012
I had a good walk around and found the pile of stones to the west and high point to the east. Then I spent the next half an hour pretending that I was on the Krypton Factor doing the assault course.Dugswell226/03/2012
Ain't mountaineering - unless you count the climbing frame in the play area.Martin R24/08/2011
As AH.destaylor09/02/2011
high point seemed spot on with given grid ref. there is a big pile of stones nearby which might actually mark the high point.DARRENG06/07/2010
Walked up from south road using the footpath around the town quarry following the fence.Their is a mass of footpaths on the hill had a look for the summit in the trees the central signpost offers a good alternative or further towards the towers possibly.Whodder18/08/2009
Parked near the Birnbeck Pier and walked up with my 2 year old daughter. I thought the top was probably to the east of the water tower, not that it really matters. Interesting stone hillfort and strange stone lined holes in the ground.Herbert Anchovy14/08/2009
On a Wednesday Walking Club weekend away. Interesting old hillfort.signyred15/05/2005
pleasant wdlnd no view. e.g. FP from street due S RHW22/06/2003
many school trips!aucuparia01/04/1989
With: solo; On trip into Weston Super Mare I wandered up here. Very pleasant and good views over Severn Estuary.Ian Baines10/06/1978
Andy West01/02/2020