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Name:Seager Hill
Hill number:2865
Height:272m / 892ft
RHB Section:38B: West Gloucestershire, Hereford & Worcester
County/UA:Herefordshire (CoU)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (200-299m), Clem
Grid ref:SO 61363 38950
Summit feature:no feature: ground 3m S of vehicle track
Col:105m  SO658257  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 149
(1:25k) 189
Observations:summit area very flat and exact position not identifiable with Abney
Survey:Abney level
Comments:The southern summit (hill 2866, SO624379) is believed to be lower.
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 216 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Was here for the trig 7 or 8 years ago so good to get this one tidied up today.Alex C09/03/2020
Parked by a field entrance near the top of a lane signposted Durlow Common. Continued up the lane and then along the right of way to the ridgeline. Took in both summits and trig point along the way. Nice views across to the Malvern Hills!Gerry the Ranger06/03/2020
Andy West12/01/2020
Usual start (SO6225037935).Visited both tops & trig.ger23/12/2019
Trig is between highest hills !gettingonabit03/11/2019
A Peckish12/08/2019
Same route as others. Room for the car by footpath sign. Nettles everywhere, especially around the trig. Solo.Dangerous Dave11/08/2019
Parked 6225037935. Grassy track passes by trig on NE side before high point near edge of track. Long wet grass made for soggy boots and trousers.NormanW20/07/2019
Parked at SO 622379 - straight forward path up from here to trackss on ridge. Bit of vegetation on route but pleasant compared to many other Marilyns. Crossed barbed wire fence and waded through nettles to trig on the way to the summit area. Summit needs a cairn - went to gps grid ref on hill bagging then had a good walk around (on and off the track) invade of other higher bits. Returned by same route. Bagged whilst en route to Cardiff for work.assynt_bob27/05/2019
From GR022379 parking at confluence of tracks. Track up the ridge spine, bypassed the trig at the side of the field (over barbed fence and midst brambles and nettles, wearing shorts! No thanks) summit unmarked on track, but shortly after zigzag round 2 high gate fences.N.Morters01/05/2019
Alan Faulconbridge28/04/2019
1/6 after visiting Tom in Brum. Running, from SE. Just after dawn. Dry, warm, hazy but view. Out and back. Rounsfell17/02/2019
From Upper Hazel Farm.Very enjoyable stroll along the ridge track in the late afternoon sunshine.SteveG15/02/2019
Parked just down from Park Farm infront of a locked gate then walked directly up the footpath to the track, no problem with vegetation at this time of year. Walked along the ridge as stated by someone previously locked gates can be easily walked around onto track. Came down track from col ?? back to just beside the footpath on the road.JulieB27/12/2018
From SO 622379 - the path going up from here is thin and could be difficult to find in descent - it meets the ridge at about 70m E of a small transmitter mast. The path W along the ridge is blocked by two staggered and locked unscalable gates - the stagger allows them to be bypassed without difficulty, but then a BWF has to be negotiated to reach the trig. A vehicular track returns to the parking spot from SO 621382.Isbjorn11/11/2018
Ridge track from south east, a bit overgrown in places but mostly OK.Topographer5712/08/2018
Parked at SO622379 and took track to ridge to both summits. Thistles, brambles, nettles and horse flies - not a day for shortsRamblingpaul15/07/2018
With K from woods above Park Farm. Alive with houseflies and cleggs.Ashley14/07/2018
7/11M parked at start of path to the east.robertphillips20/10/2017
Stealth bag at the end of the day. Parked by Park Coppice in the gateway to a forestry track a few metres along from the start of the FP. Best not use this parking place during working hours, as there is work above. The FP is nice, narrow and steep, and joins a scruffy, grassy vehicle track, which runs to the top of the hill. Descent via the forestry track is quick and easy.Gill13/10/2017
Parked at field gate then ploughed through mud until track cleared a bit. Pleasant enough stroll along the ridge with good views to north east.SS19/03/2017
3/3. Parked just down from Park Farm then walked up a good track to high point on GPS then located the trig after it. Good views. Company: Solo well except for thousands of game birds.iandesbottes19/10/2016
A nice walk along the ridge. Lots of pheasants.jenx06/10/2016
Repeat as last time from the lane, cleared woods now regrowing. This is same place the FP goes from and if bold can take that up towards summit and cut the corner - the way we came down. Much better, clearer day. Many pheasants around and evidence of vehicles on the track but saw no one and visited tops and trig untroubled by naught but the lovely viewsnordicstar06/10/2016
Clach Liath25/08/2016
Kevin Borman17/07/2016
From the millpond campsite up via tarrington common (nettle and bramble fest)GmacT09/07/2016
From Hazel Court. Overgrown ridge walk with good views to Malvern hills especially from top of Hazel Court track.twg2708/07/2016
Another good SOTA activation on 145-fm.G4OOE23/03/2016
Along ridge from Woolhope Cockshoot, muddy track at first, over south top and visited trig point on way back.PeterD13/03/2016
Stroll up a muddy forestry track. Through a gate which looks very out of place. Views muted today.stig_nest27/10/2015