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Name:Rock Hill
Hill number:7759
Height:435.2m / 1428ft
Parent (Ma):2183  Beacon Hill
RHB Section:38A: Shropshire
County/UA:Shropshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (400-499m), Subhump, Clem
Grid ref:SO 27903 79295
Summit feature:no feature
Col:344.2m  SO 2879 7897  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 137 148
(1:25k) 201N
Observations:very flat summit area
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 30 users)ByDate of Ascent
With Minnie from verge side parking by old barn, space for several cars, easy stroll across sheep pasture, good views, cool but full sunshine, pleasant.apricorum03/12/2019
From the north east. Good parking adjacent to dilapidated stable buildings on bend. Two sheep pastures with many many sheep. Much easier than other route from SW but, I daresay, not as interesting.Campbell Singer06/10/2019
From access gate to WSW, space for car, up track to fence then onto HPPeterD05/04/2019
New Invention to Clun. Good track zig zag through access land before 1 fence hop then gates to summit and road to NE.Smudge25/03/2017
Final of 14 hills for the day. Parked at roadside barn at SO 2847 7983. Sunset 1831hrs, hit the HP at 1832hrs to watch a gloriously red/orange sky slowly turn darker. Another sheep pasture, but hey-ho, it's another lovely Salops hill.jonglew24/03/2017
With stig_nestLaura.W01/05/2016
From north across fields and theough gates. Theres an unusual sight at the buildings on the road to the north...stig_nest01/05/2016
There is an excellent track from the west leading from some parking alongside the access gate in the valley botton to just below the summit. Follow this path until a second one comes in from the left. Take this to the top of the hill. Then follow the fence until alongside the summit. Hop over it (easy) and cross the fields until you reach the top. You can head straight down on the way back (don't bother on the way up). About 30 minutes return.moorsman21/04/2016
2/9 Second of nine summits on very windy day (Stow Hill/Rock Hill/Cefn Hepreas/Cwm-Sanaham Hill/Llanfair Hill/Llanwen Hill/Hawthorn Hill/Black Hill/Glog Hill)Fergalh05/12/2015
With Cabe and Bevsimon and co21/11/2015
From SW. Track to near the top then head off left.clivevilla10/03/2015
from 272789. on green track and up on side track to wire fence. Followed this to a gate, over and by fence to second field on left. Rural views.arranc26/10/2014
Lesley,Nick, Ann (& Betty the Jack Russell). Took a short one station train ride for rail buff Nick from to Knucklas to Langunllo (where no-one had ever got off before in the guard's memory!)from. We then all walked back Knucklas over Bailey Hill. I then left others to drive back and ran with Betty back to Clun following Offa's Dyke and tops Access land from SW up to fence for short there and back -road plod to Clun and cottage as darkness drew in.Chris Pearson20/02/2014
Accessed from the track to the south-west, finishing off by going through gated fields of sheep.JohnStoneham20/04/2012
From SO 271 789. Non-descript grassy summit area - also visited man-made reservoir at SO 281 794 to make sure.summitsup28/12/2011
Room to park by gate at SO 257789 nice access land sign on gate.Steady walk up track before following fence line towards top,(one fence to climb)heavyhorses02/12/2011
pasture; pleasant summit & view. via tk from SW & pick a route to avoid gorse RHW19/10/2003
Alan Whatley14/01/2018
Alex C25/03/2017
andrew brown21/04/2013
David Doherty21/04/2013
Steve Q23/06/2012