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Name:Cleeve Hill
Hill number:2869
Height:330m / 1083ft
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Gloucestershire (CoU)
County (CoH):Gloucestershire (CoH)
County (CoA):Gloucestershire (CoA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (300-399m), Historic County Top, Current County/UA Top,
Administrative County Top, Clem
Grid ref:SO 99692 24602
Summit feature:fence line 5m W of trig point
Col:96m  SP367863  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 163
(1:25k) 179
Observations:summit is 10cm below trig point fb
Survey:Abney level
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  • Gloucestershire (1974) administrative county top
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  • Gloucestershire current county/UA top

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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
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
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
With Evan & Coel. We bagged the northern trig point first then walked over to this less impressive summit.Dangerous Dave11/02/2017
From car park near golf course, skirted around Cleeve Common clockwise and back to start.muzza212/11/2016
With RB and LH. Unsuccessful kite flying. However, some successful hill rolling by LH.ZelY22/10/2016
With Joan and Gareth from car park near masts.Bheinn20/10/2016
A nice gentle sprint from the quarry carpark [free] up a choice of grassy tracks to the trig summit. Also bagged the Ring Trig pillar our return to the car.sooztops18/10/2016
With RB. A beautiful day in every way.ZelY16/10/2016
From the CP near the aerials.jenx07/10/2016
Repeat drive up, nice summit area. Love the views of Cheltenhamnordicstar07/10/2016
From the public car park beside Cleeve Hill Golf Club. Along the Winchcombe Way to the summit trig point, then back across the common to pick up the Cotswolds Way to the other trig point. With baby Ross.islamidget07/09/2016
Walked from layby on B4632 up to the trig point with the viewpoint then on via the fort and radio masts to the summit. Walked down through the woods and across to Postlip before returning to the first trig point and then to the car. Good clear views, dry during walk but wet before and after.clyoung29/07/2016
Parked at viewpoint on B4632. Lovely walk up onto & across common to trig & summit. Skylarks & swifts overhead.mart079718/06/2016
Quick stroll from the top of the roadmapple06/06/2016
clear, warm, sunny day ...sheep getting in the way of the fairways on the golf course. Lovely circular walk from clubhouse taking in the trig, topographic and views.keithelliott04/05/2016
Easy bag from car park at end of track near the top. Made more of a walk of it by going over to Cleeve Cloud to admire the view of Cheltenham.Cas-gwent08/04/2016
Parked on the Road at Cleeve Hill and walked up onto Cleeve Common. Challenging but the views very rewarding. Could see Severn Crossing bridge and the hills of Exmore behond. Looking north could see Clent Hills my previous Walk a few days before. Well worth a walk around the top of the common. Visited both Trigs.Viroco02/04/2016
Second ascentPeteF29/03/2016
cold clear sunny dayDenise 10/02/2016
Walked from Golf Club to bag both trig points. Great walk on a frosty morning.Ramblingpaul20/01/2016
First Marilyn of 2016. Pleasant stroll with Seumas and Sarah enroute south.assynt_bob04/01/2016
First Marilyn of 2016 for me and second ever that I have walked up under my own steam. Held onto either mummy's or daddy's hand en route up. I enjoyed the break from the car to bag this hill :-)Seumas Kerr04/01/2016
From car park by masts (very busy) out and back just before the rain. Third of five Marilyns today.SS20/12/2015
A wet and blowy Saturday lunchtime walk with Adrian, James, Christine and Catherine.JOHNS19/12/2015
Can almost drive onto this one.mike.hartley05/12/2015
With Tom & Minnie. From the Golf Club Parking down road & lane then fields to ?top of Nottingham Hill, down Winchcombe Way then Gloucestershire Way past Dixton then up Langley Hill to trig, then into Winchcombe, to Corndean & up to Belas Knap, past Wontley Farm to Cleeve Hill trig then Cleeve Common trig, Wet underfoot & Dry from above but Breezy in places.apricorum08/11/2015
On my mum's 86th birthday for sunset and also full moon rise day. My most visited Marilyn summit since 1971.vegibagger28/09/2015
Ample hard parking at the very end of the minor road to the south west, alongside the three radio aerials. Go through the final and turn right, following the fenceline to the trip point. Not very exciting and no decent views!moorsman23/09/2015
With katy. Rain then sun and good views.George Thompson22/09/2015
A four mile county top outing, Cleeve hill is not the high point but is a good start point from here you can see three transmitters head to them using a lonely tree as a middle ground once you get to the transmitters head left with the fence on your right shoulder to the trig point for Cleeve common and the real high point is yours.WAYNE ROWLETT16/08/2015
This was our second summit of the day, we climbed up towards a golf course and next to the trig point we watched a sheep keeping the grass down on a lovely green. perhaps more golf clubs could employ sheep it would keep the cost down?Tony and Karen22/07/2015
Train to Cheltenham Spa, walk from station to Prestbury and then up the delightful Mill Lane and onto the top. Easy but very enjoyabletrimarc204/07/2015
from the Cotswolds Way 'Cleeve Hill Ring' walkgeeoharee25/05/2015
With Val. Parked on A46. Walked to trig point then on to aerials and second trig point at summit. A pleasant May walk in mild sunny weather.mike.hoult15/05/2015
Gorgeous sunny day for a gentle amble from the radio masts!RocksRock21/04/2015
A popular spot with a golf course on the top of the hill.edmundjohnson06/04/2015
Very very windy, rainy and cold - another summit I have previously passed whilst orienteeringM3WDD22/02/2015
From the car park behind the Club House of Cleeve Hill Village golf course. Solo.ADT18/02/2015
Mercer walk - big loop from the Premier Inn - 16 miles in all with plenty of animals encountered on the way.Richard07/02/2015
Took care to visit the summit today, with Pete. Isenbourne (1 mile SW of Winchcombe)- Postlip Hall- Cleeve Common (GC, top)- Buras Knap- Isenbourne. The start is in quite an industrial valley (Paper Mills) but soon it's through the hall's grounds and old quarrying (unsprayed grassland- must be full of flowers in summer?) to the high common. Was at the trig at least, and the impressive long barrow at Buras Knap, in July 1977 on a family walking tour.pwheeler27/12/2014
1/7 Short walk from car park to trig Point...easy bag...Fergalh12/12/2014
Headed up from the obvious car park on the road, short walk up the path past some golfers and sheep to the top. Great views today. Only went to 'the ring' trig point which isn't the summit.Gnomedodds26/10/2014
From the main car park beyond Upper Hill Farm. Was on a bagging raid so just straight up and down from the car in a few mins!bowlesy19/10/2014
nearly tashpigerg17/10/2014
Found a little car-park in Idsall Drive, Prestbury, headed north east and picked up the Gustav Holst Way towards Cleeve Common. Great views back over Cheltenham. The trig point summit is clearly seen from the car park beside the masts - it's a short walk across a very pleasant plateau meadow. Back past Lower Hill Farm.callumorr11/10/2014
St Johns Ambulance - Cotswold Way 20 mile walk.aussie196120/09/2014
Parked near masts. Short walk to trig pillar. My dogs loved all the sheep poo. Nice sheepelectricratman13/08/2014
With: hb; Parked by radio masts then a short walk to the Trigpoint.Ian Baines11/08/2014
From Rising Sun. Lovely views on the way to the uninspiring summit.squeegs23/07/2014
Bright sunny day with great views of Cheltenham racecourse. Nearly had a crash in the car just before parking.andyhudson17/05/2014
Parked on B road near golf club, walked up onto golf course/Cleeve Common, taking in the lower summit and toposcope, before going onto the 330m summit and trig point. Returned via remnants of fort.Biffin11/05/2014
11 mile early morning jog from Cheltenham town centre via Noverton, up onto the Cotswold way, along to the high point at Cleeve Common, across to Cleeve Hill, and descending back to Cheltenham.VirtualMountain24/02/2014
Up from Cleeve Hill with Marie and around the common. Easy to find by radio pylons. Great views, busy on the golf course, deserted around the back. Coffees in the genteel tea-rooms of Cheltenham after.mcf19/02/2014
Popped up here on a day trip down to the Cotswolds. Lovely viewCap_Thunderbolt18/02/2014
Loop from Cleeve Hill village, mainly following the Cotswold Way.davidpettit8409/02/2014
Lovely walkadriane02/02/2014
Not sure of date yetdunx200501/01/2014
charity Onesie Walk for corporate social responsibility day at workgeeoharee09/12/2013
I enjoyed this little walk. A nice part of the world and I do like it when there is a Trig point at the top!mcallmar05/10/2013
Dads last Marilyn summit aged 90, the summit of Cleeve hill on 29th September 2013. Many times he went walking on the golf course and sometimes as far as The Ring trig pillar on Cleeve Cloud, but rarely in later years did he walk the 350m from the radio towers to the actual summit of Cleeve hill here. So glad I helped him With a steadying arm to get here on this day just before sunset.vegibagger29/09/2013
Walking Group walk. Cloudy with lowland mist. Started at Winchcombe and visited Belas Knap on return. Distance = 16.18km. Average moving speed = 4.8km/h. Time moving = 3:20. Ascent = 224m.paulnewby8128/09/2013
walking Cotswold Waywindridge09/09/2013
From road end CPtim74708/09/2013
. CreakingHiker08/09/2013
County top no.38. Started at Winchcombe(after overnight stay) > Belas Knap > Cleeve Common > Cleeve Cloud > Cleeve Hill, then bus to Cheltenham and train home. Distance 5.9 miles; time 2:21; climb 1002 feet. A gloriously sunny and warm morning.(Temp 23 deg C)alan.65to7003/09/2013
Operated for SOTA with Geoff Fielding M6PYG. Almost no ascent on to plateau from car park on to common land. It has to be done to tick it off....this has to be the most disappointing Marilyn Summit I have ever visited!G4OBK (Phil)14/07/2013
From the car park a short walk to the trig point after some adder encounters.bolton04/06/2013
Started at Car Park point referred to by Jonny Muir in his 'UK County Tops' Ciccerone guide. Followed suggested route. So many cuckoos below Northern escarpment of Cotswold edge. The first cuckoo of this year.Stephan19/05/2013
Cotswold Way (detour).jim.r08/05/2013
As Mrs Mindless flogger was completing the Cotswold way that day, I knocked this hill off on the way to picking her up in Bristol. Parked somewhere to the north (not sure where) and did a loop over the back of the hill. As I had no map, I asked a guy with a big pack if he was on the Cotswold way. He was polite but probably thought I was stupid as there was a sign right next to us. Well worth a visit as its open country side so you are free to wander. Collected a large lump of oolitic limestone to put next to our pond.mindlessflogger04/05/2013
Visited on the way to Great Malvernmagirob23/04/2013
Pleasant circular from Winchcombe. Uninspiring summit but great views from the end hill next to golfers teeing off in a mini hurricane. Serious head winds for duration of plateau, rest of walk a gentle country ramble (8 miles).Columba21/02/2013
route to trig point via main road to B4632- further than realised due to dips!garywalker13/01/2013
Car park (994248) by 3 telecommunications masts (Drive via Harp Hill from the B4075 Hales Road) Through gate by car park & head SW along fence for about 400m to Trig Point. (Solo)gerrybowes22/10/2012
circular walk from car part near golf course taking in hill fort. Excellent views to the west.Overthehilljill05/10/2012
Climbed as part of my walk from lands end to john o groatspinley29/09/2012
With Lesley, Kate, Ollie and Jill. Stuart, Sue, Alice and Harry had given up after reaching the view point to the north Stuart having claimed that this was the top.Newton Maximus22/09/2012
with the Williams Jones'JohnIvor26/08/2012
No details but one of several walks over Cleeve CommonSkip20/07/2012
An easy stroll from the car park.JohnStoneham15/07/2012
Heather Watkins walked in the rain from the Golf Club to the Trig Point for the 2012 Morris Lubricants County Top Challenge for the tct.morrislube28/06/2012
Climbed up from Woodmancote. Top (slight raise by a wall)is barely distinguishable from rest of plateau on which it is located No views but excellent views across Severn Valley from slightly lower hill on edge of Cotswold escarpment and good views of Cheltenham from Cotswold Way, also on way up. MelBHMC12/06/2012
walked up from golf club across to cleeve hill easy find a few hundred yards fron transmiter towersrussf6921/05/2012
Warm up for the Wye Forest 50MichaelF27/04/2012
Car park is close to the top (marked with a trig point). Don't miss the opportunity to wander aimlessly over Cleeve Common.AlexanderHoward21/04/2012
Circular walk taking in Cleeve Hill and Commonastokes17/03/2012
Pioneering for A walkjohnoz17/02/2012
Beautiful day but very windy at the top. Parked at Cleeve lodge. No problems.andytea15/01/2012
Walked up from Cleeve Hill village along the escarpment edges. The 'Cleeves' just north look more like hills than this, but a good spacious (busy) grassy plateau.poppiesrara02/01/2012
Drove to point near masts and easy walk to trig, circling high ground over seemingly higher grounds before traversing below masts back to carnordicstar06/11/2011
parked at public carpark below the golf club (parking for patrons only). lovely september weather.stig_nest15/09/2011
Nice 10 mile walk from Winchcombe, bagging Cleeve Hill and Langley Hill.DanTrig09/09/2011
Parked in car park nearby, and just walked to trig pointPhilsidwell01/09/2011
KJF From road endcrazy27/08/2011
Climbed from sharp turn in unclassified road ref 98914 24600. Shortish steep climb through trees at dusk. Reached road leading to masts then through field to trig point.Argentum6604/06/2011
Another easy summit. Drove up most of the way through Whittington, a quaint village and on to the car park by the communications towers on the edge of Cleeve Common. A short fairly level walk to the trig point.G4OOE19/05/2011
During day 2 of a hike of the Cotswold Way with Shaky, Smithy & Lunty. A sunny, hot day with full packs & quite a few miles already in the legs, so a welcome stop for a decent view.NotReallyABagger18/04/2011
Looked at this from the Cheltenham gold cup meeting several times. Good views of Cheltenham and across to Wales.simon and co12/04/2011
Bonus fix with my wife on visit to Gloucestershire for a friends wedding. Proves you don't need mountains to bag peaks.SteveSmith21/03/2011
Dry, part sun after storm, very windy, good views.iangalbraith11/11/2010
Amateur radio activity (SOTA G/CE-001). Parked at the radio masts and made my way along the path. Fog/mist was so thick, I missed the trig, so walk was longer than planned.andrewbanks27/09/2010
Short distance from Cotswold WayBazWylie14/09/2010
Awesome views.bellminsterboy10/08/2010
Easily approached across the grassy plateau from the parking area at the end of the road by the transmitters.yorkie04/04/2010
Estimated date of first ascent. Climbed as part of uni project. Lived in cheltenham so hiked directly up from Pitville campus to the rising sun pub and then up the peak (in the dark first time round)lizagne01/04/2010
climbed with Alli, parked car at Cleeve hill golf course and walked to top of Cleeve hil.Heavy snowfall on clear day with views over Cheltenham racecourse.rickybalboa01/03/2010
Walked up the hill with Tracey very snowy on the hill todayJohnboy721/02/2010
on the way back from coventry, be back on the cotswold way, great views from the edge of the downsmr bounce14/02/2010
Walk in deep snow from Prestbury early in the morning . Foggy. Carried on to Belas Knap and the sun came out beautifully. Walked back to Cheltenham via Ham Hill and Charlton Park.thesweetcheat08/01/2010
Lovely Xmas present to myself last year, straight up and then down the road then path from Prestbury. Still lots of snow on the top -- the Malverns and south Wales looked incredible!DanHolme23/12/2009
Alan and JamesGlenford04/12/2009
Roland, Meg and Tony StokesRoland Brooks03/10/2009
From the car park at the top, it's a 5 minute walk. Lots of people about.The Team18/07/2009
great views of Cheltenham off the top, on a very windy and wet July day.
Flying kites, local spot on the golf coursebeamerboy3610/06/2009
Drove to communications station to NW. Walked about 500m along fence to trig point. Lovely day, short grass and sheep on common, views to Malverns and (from road) down escarpment over Cheltenham. dbb28/05/2009
with Geoff. On crutchesM0YDH02/05/2009
G TIdris19/04/2009
walked up from prestbury the summit is broad and flat with numerous dog walkers. Moved on to the ring which is worth a visit.hodder18/04/2009
Parked at carpark on B4632 and had good walk up to the trig at the Ring which has great views, spoilt only by the golfers. Then had a fairly uninspriring walk accross the golf course to the summit trig which is not at all noteworthy.Herbert Anchovy04/03/2009
Pleasant, short, flat, grass stroll. Easy parking.destaylor07/10/2008
Very foggy. Carried on and weather cleared. Followed the Cotswold way completing a 7 mile circuit. Lovely views. Copy and paste this link for a pic
Took a lovely long walk from Winchcombe via Belas Knap. The return was marred by some rather unclear (missing?) waymarkers leading to a little bushwhacking. Lovely area!kaapiovuohi03/08/2008
6th top of w/end away.Wlkd from cp to trigpoint, then strolled around. Sunday 4.00 so very busy with Kiteboarders,walkers,dogs,bikes etc. Good views across to west.martin & storm20/07/2008
Solo yomp, finally went as far as the trig pointreashm01/07/2008
Parked next to masts and strolled to trig. One of the least inspiring places I've been to.Aye Jimmy18/06/2008
Good farmland and a much harder tick than Ruardean Hill!!Dugswell204/06/2008
Solo. From car park to the north of Cleve Hill at SO989271. Walked to the summit of Cleve Hill and back. The land is also used as a golf course. Weather was warm and dry.pwbellarby03/05/2008
Grat area to wander around, watch out for 'starving' sheep near the trig point!Nick02/05/2008
ok so thrid peak and still a long drive home so very easy run from the roadgigglejon10/04/2008
Rather easySteve 2E0KPO11/11/2007
Drove up to the top with Noddy the dog.Overthehilljill30/09/2007
Walked during dinner, from local golf club. Trig, view point and golf tee, at the top.Fwapp27/09/2007
From Golf course Car park and followed ridge to trig point.Dansak09/06/2007
easy walk over cleeve common from the trigpoint at the ring, very nice day.asbown09/04/2007
Visited trig after orienteering eventdesperate dan31/03/2007
walked with Dean, Neale, Karen - hot dayhightops23/09/2006
Walked up from Prestbury.thesweetcheat05/09/2006
fantastic view and good for kitesDARRENG15/08/2006
A circular walk mostly on the Cotswolds Way around Cleve Common. Fairly Flat top, lots of Kite skateboards. There is a carpark with 100 yards but that would be cheating.rhalstead08/01/2006
Yet another crafty bag on way to meeting in London. Done in pitch black at night with head torch. Parked by masts after driving around trying to find right lane.robphys03/11/2005
great walk and viewsjohnfwoolley27/09/2005
Revisit, pasture, big unexciting viewRHW25/06/2005
Easy walking in a nice landscape. Impressive escarpment (for this part of the world) nearby.wheresthepath19/03/2005
Worth going on to see Belas Knap long barrowsignyred27/02/2005
Easy walk in twilight and a biting cold windRhayader_wander16/02/2005
exact date not known. Climbed with CHAOS Club whilst doing a stretch of Cotswold WayLou01/01/2005
Guess at the date summit marked by trig point on the edge of a fieldisabelle01/10/2003
Approx date General ramble around Cleeve Cloud.Fred Windsor24/07/2003
With Lynseyalistairpooler15/06/2003
From dad's housenickywood109/02/2003
410 kms from Dover.peter30/07/2002
Stooped by the masts and used paths to the west to make the drop. Soon finished this hill where views were limited on top due to flatness.garyhoney17/03/2002
For the sunset!ruthatlast24/06/2001
graet viewsJimmy08/01/2001
With A&CPeterD30/05/2000
With Klaus and Barbararuthatlast06/05/2000
Ascended from North up Cleeve Hill - across the golf course to some masts. The summit trig point was spotted and captured. A walk further west to avoid the golf balls along a dyke path back to Cleeve Hill - good view of Cheltenham from here.ChinnockC18/10/1999
Date is first visit. Notes from later...pleasant stroll, fine panorama of Cheltenham on a clear day (10/10/99 was misty). car park on B4632 @ 989275 RHW10/10/1999
Second of three county tops today. Good views of the racecourse.mikejacobs08/06/1997
Trig pillarwebmaster01/06/1997
A control during a night orienteering eventfasgadh19/10/1996
Sheffield to Cheddar YHA for i/v next day for trip leading with HK in Bristol. Did this and Ebrington Hill. Still using hired estate car from the Western Isles Challenge which we only got back from the day before.Chris Pearson13/05/1996
Parked at SO 985270 walked round the golf course (past a closer CP at SO 994248 just past Upper Hill Farm!, stil it made a pleasant walk) to the summit tig pillar (S1529) at SO 99694 24593 returned back to SO 985270Tony Hartry19/08/1995
my most visited marilyn summit, all times of day and night, having lived in Cheltenham 1971-1991. date here was with son Jamie and brother Anthonyvegibagger29/07/1995
VE Beaconruthatlast08/05/1995
There and backruthatlast26/03/1995
School leavers picnic.Vicky Singer01/07/1992
With Rob (No 24 in Cotswold Pathfinder)ruthatlast04/01/1992
Numerous ascents walking, running or orienteering.JohnW06/09/1986
On flat plain with golf course. Better views from trig 5016 overlooking Cheltenham.arranc12/03/1984
From Rising Sun Hotel over summit of common and radio masts on Cotswold Way alternative of the day. Down to Belas Knap.Eddie14/06/1981
Numerous visits to this in the 70's as my local hill summit since moving to cheltenham in 1971, including in the middle of the night with students from Chelt and Glos College of Art and Design while studying architecture. Also visited and in cloud!vegibagger28/08/1975
Family excursion. First of many ascents of this hill, a mile from our home in Southam from 1951 until 1962peterstanding16/02/1954
Could only confirm a visit in 2000? even though I was brought up near Andoversford.summitsupblank
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