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Name:The Mount
Hill number:17250
Height:86.8m / 285ft
Parent (Ma):2837  Brown Clee Hill
RHB Section:38B: West Gloucestershire, Hereford & Worcester
County/UA:Worcestershire (CoU)
Grid ref:SO 64158 68867
Summit feature:ground 1m S of electricity pole
Col:59.5m  SO 6446 6905  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 138
(1:25k) 203
Comments:Tump deleted June 2020
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 13 users)ByDate of Ascent
4th top of 8 today on a Worcestershire and Herefordshire foray, climbing Church Hill, Clows Top and Hollow Linkhill. Parked up at the Talbot Inn then up private track turning into pasture with mature trees to Bwf and into crop field to high point next to vegetated clump next to pylon. High point inside vegetation. Back the same way. Coffee and crisps at the Talbot before heading over to Berrington Hall before tackling Parkwood...Dazingdale19/08/2019
Revisit to try and find lost GPS device; no joy, veg even more prolific. Hedge by electricity pole has been removed, top field now one unit bounded by hedge to SE.Aye Jimmy19/05/2019
End of Mill Lane, gate then field edges round to S of summit telegraph pole. Crop in field and no hedge by pole. Lost Oregon 600 in crop or along SE edge of field.Aye Jimmy12/05/2019
Talbot parking, along Mill Lane, into gateless field and up over bwf. Top in field edge. Careful not to damage near ripe crop.Campbell Singer18/07/2017
From Talbot, along Mill Lane to end, gate into field, turned left up to stile and along tractor tracks and to telegraph pole / hedge.PeterD14/08/2016
Parked in the pub's overflow car park, up the lane and turned left up a field, through a narrow band of conifers and then into and across a couple of potato fields.Herbert Anchovy04/07/2016
Stubble field but with the sheep back on it. HP at hedge by electricity pole. From NE.RHW13/02/2016
From Talbot Inn (best part of walk).bevandy11404/10/2015
From Talbot along lane to end, through gate and upwards over two grass fields.arranc05/02/2015
Walked up private drive to to access reservoir with kind permission of owner, then along field boundary. Flattish summit and views of Teme valley disappointing.milimana18/01/2015
Parked on the Talbot's car park, crossed the road into the lane, the climbed a fence into a sheep field. I was obviously trespassing so it was funny really when all the sheep came running to me making a noise. The top is on the edge of the field behind the wooded area.clivevilla25/06/2013
andrew brown17/08/2016