Name:Cleeve Hill
Hill number:2869
Height:330m / 1083ft
Section:39: Central and Eastern England
Col:96m  SP367863  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
1298011/03/2016SO 99693 24603  F: Fence post 5m W of trig pointK&AD
1549711/08/2014SO 99692 24598  F: On Trig pointIan Baines
-1372207/08/2009SO 99691 24602  F: fence line 5m W of trig point
O: summit is 10cm below trig point fb
S: Abney level
-1372306/03/2010SO 99691 24603  F: fence line 5m W of trig point
O: summit is 10cm below trig point fb
S: Abney level
-1372427/03/2011SO 99693 24602  F: fence line 5m W of trig point
O: summit is 10cm below trig point fb
S: Abney level
-1372529/06/2012SO 99692 24601  F: fence line 5m W of trig point
O: summit is 10cm below trig point fb
S: Abney level
-1372624/06/2010SO 99695 24597  F: trig point
S: Abney level
-1372709/04/2005SO 99695 24600  F: trig point
S: Abney level
-1372806/03/2010SO 99696 24606  F: trig point
S: Abney level
-1372918/06/2008SO 99695 24601  F: trig point
S: Abney level
Aye Jimmy
-1373015/11/2010SO 99697 24601  F: trig point
S: Abney level

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Gentle stroll from carparkJb65rams04/07/2020
From Mill Lane up the wooded path to the Masts and then on to summit.Stevooo15/05/2020
Nice day for a leisurely wander around a few Cotswolds HuMPs.Alex C08/03/2020
Walked up from Ham Hill in Cheltenham.IanHHill08/10/2019
With K after car campingAshley08/09/2019
Had a walk up to Cleeve Hill from Southam. Lovely views on the footpath when walking north of the trig.JamesA6004/08/2019
Short walk grom masts car park but also wandered across Cleeve Common to bsg The Ring trig.NormanW25/07/2019
Flight from Bishop's CleeveIcarus13/07/2019
Cheltenham Racecourse - Cleeve Hill - Nottingham Hill - Langley Hill - Dixton Hill - Oxenton Hill - Bishop's Cleeve.Mark Jackson29/06/2019
First time I've been up to the summit itself for a few years. Walked up from Cleeve Village with a couple of hill-bagging friends on a trip from Scotland, very windy and overcast. From the summit we went across to the northern trig and then over to Belas Knap, before dropping to Winchcombe. A fine stroll even on a poor day weather-wise.thesweetcheat16/03/2019
Walked as part of Cotswold way from Winchcombe. First day of Cheltenham Festival so watched the helicopters zooming inD SID13/03/2019
Very easy walk from the Cleeve Hill Common car park.sjb10/03/2019
7m circular walk starting near the golf club-house. Photo at the trig then walked the 5m to the highest point. Dry and sunny but very windy at the topJephcote8309/03/2019
Early morning walk from car park w/ Pete + Joe, misty walkpenbet23/02/2019
Drove up to car park by mast, walked to summit trigpoint, then very pleasant walk across the moor to other viewpoint.JulieB12/01/2019
Detour from the Winchcombe to Cleeve Hill section of the Cotswold Way.milimana30/11/2018
With E. Short flat walk from road end by telecomms masts. Low cloud with visibility down to 20 metres meant no views at all so didn't extend the walk across Cleeve Common to Cleeve Hill and The Ring trig point as originally planned.Beeliner16/11/2018
Running from golf club. Blue skies still sunny day. En route Ldn to Wilms, before Worcestershire Beacon. Rounsfell02/11/2018
Approach from CP to NNW via trig pillar 'The Ring'. Misty.ger29/10/2018
From NW starting at road end car park. Short and flat walk up to trig on smooth ground.Topographer5703/10/2018
3rd Marilyn of the day on way down to Cornwall to see Steve/Charlie/HarrisLongwojo29/09/2018
From carpark at antenna. Yellow wagtail sitting on fence by trig point!Danmawr08/08/2018
Parked at the car park (free) next to the golf club to the N (park at the far end to avoid golf balls flying over your car) then followed the Cotswold Way S past the masts to the summit. Followed the slightly more direct Winchcombe Way back. Took about an hour in total, with a few stops for photos.Wheelsy05/08/2018
Travelling from Manchester to Torquay - Our second Marylin of the day. Hot now and getting hotter (Approx. 29 degrees). We park near Woodmancote at the top of Stockwell Lane. Short green / yellow grasses, trig and toposcope (the hoot of a steam train crossing the plain below) then walled Beech tree (but this is not the summit) onward past the masts to the summit and 2nd trig beyond. Cattle huddle under the shade of a tree. Fabulous feeling of space on this hill. We lingered but have a journey to complete.briandavies26/07/2018
With Angus Chandler 20 mins before sunset.vegibagger15/07/2018
Up from the road.tomd410/07/2018
Parked near the masts (free, plenty of spaces along the road) so getting to the summit was not exactly an achievement, but the short walk across to the memorial tree SO987256 and then the viewpoint SO985263 is a must! Bagged on what might end up being the last properly hot day of 2018.jkl03/07/2018
Up from the golf course. Great views, but very warm.huwthomas01/07/2018
I enjoyed the drive to the CP at Cleeve Common more than the short walk out to the trig and back.KC08/06/2018
great views. Cuckoo calling.gettingonabit09/05/2018
From car park, circular walk around Cleeve CommonKate_and_Euan29/04/2018
On Cotswold Way Cleeve Hill Common circular walkprwild11/02/2018
With Rosemary and Penda, on Cotswold Way from Winchcombe via Belas Knap. Very windy and cold but great views!beorwulf31/01/2018
Parked the car near the transmitting station easy walk along a stone wall to summit and trigjmistry8619/01/2018
First time taking mum to the trig at top of Cleeve hillvegibagger29/12/2017
For potential sunset but must settled just as I got to the trigvegibagger23/12/2017
Flat topped hill Parked car and easy walk Beautiful sunny afternoon so walked around the toSossick24/11/2017
Pleasant saunter from car park near club house around Cleeve Common in bright sunshine.Visited both trigs,masts and several holes on golf course!With Bridget and Oscar.catman06/11/2017
With Bridget and Catman.oscarrosie06/11/2017
With Oscar and Catman.rosiebridge06/11/2017
Parked at Rising Sun Hotel on the slopes of Cleeve Hill. Walked more or less straight up to the first summit by the golf course. Arctic winds made it v.chilly. Headed to the true highpoint via the Solitary Tree, then back along the escarpment aka Cleeve Cloud and to the pub for lunch.UKHighpoints29/10/2017
2/8M easy stroll from cp top of the road.robertphillips21/10/2017
Ridiculously short walk from the masts to perhaps one of the dullest summits in Britain.Gill14/10/2017
Parked in layby on B4362 at SO 986 270. Followed path over road to viewpoint then skirted round Cleeve Common and golf course to summit. Returned via Winchcombe Way.dgresty05/09/2017
With CPgarth8713/08/2017
A nice family walk across Cleeve Common, after a lovely lunch at the Golf club, taking in both trig points and admiring the views along the way! Lots of sightings of Marbled White butterflies!Gerry the Ranger13/07/2017
From the road head by the three radio masts, en route to the Malverns. Weather wasn't to good, so we didn't hang around too long.DanMaisieBex30/06/2017
Like many before...short walk over fields from the car park at the mastsN.Morters11/04/2017
Both of usTonyandsue05/04/2017
From the car park by the radio towers to the high ground by the trig pointMariana Trench31/03/2017