Name:Clows Top
Hill number:17087
Height:232m / 761ft
Section:38B: West Gloucestershire, Hereford & Worcester
Col:154m  SO731693  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
2746812/05/2019SO 71669 71749  F: Flat field, reading taken 10m SW of brick building.
O: Flattish field shoulder extends SW.
Aye Jimmy

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ROC bunker and small red brick shelter near summit. In pouring rain with long wet grass. Easier to access from road to west than fp to east. Parking at rd junction by village hall. Somewhat disappointing summit.Denise 12/06/2020
Took the track into lorry park thinking it was the footpath. Steep bank, tree band, dense brambles and line of trees before summit field of tall grass reached. Brick building at high point, ROC bunker close by. Heavy rain shower so get soaked descend SW through the grass. For some reason I quite liked the summit.RichardM12/06/2020
along dank PROW, then up slippy clay bank covered in brambles through rear of lorry yard. ROC station at summit. A very wet daycjo26/10/2019
2nd Tump of 8 today exploring North-Nw Worcestershire and a foray into Herefordshire. 1st climbed Church Hill then parked up in Cul-de-sac. Took messy fp and scrambled up bank to back of scrapyard then up again to corner, over the Bw fence and Leylandii to the top, with building and other contraptions. Took a slightly easier route down by following the edge of the scrapyard edge then re-traced route back to the car. Continuing to Hollow Linkhill...Dazingdale19/08/2019
Parked to SW of crossroads by rusty gates. Over fence 10m beyond road sign and up field to brick building and something underground.Aye Jimmy12/05/2019
Along very scruffy ROWMark Sims18/04/2019
Parked close to leylandii, hopped over wooden fence and followed the trees up to hut. 16th of the day and I was suffering with the heat. Decided to drive home.Campbell Singer18/07/2017
Parked at village hall at the crossroads. Best ascent is to follow a line of conifers up from the B4202. This was my descent but I approached from the footpath junction, which was very brambly route even in January.JohnW15/01/2017
Milimana's route. Rough, ungrazed pasture. Reservoir and red brick ruin at top.Herbert Anchovy16/09/2016
Recommend Milimana route. Fence 10m South of road sign. However, I choose to follow FP initially and found a wall of Brambles. Not an enjoyable top. Came back down to fence.PeterD14/08/2016
In field behind village.arranc05/02/2015
Parked at crossroads and walked down road to 715717 and over fence. Highest point near field corner by brick shelter, though better views from 50m south.milimana18/01/2015
There was an open ROC bunker up there.fasgadh07/09/2002
pasture, pleasantish view NW, easiest access from 715717. from 716719 via fp & scrapyd, return via 715717 (parking) RHW30/12/2001
andrew brown17/08/2016