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Name:Crawley Hill [Hetty Pegler's Tump]
Hill number:7769
Height:251.2m / 824ft
Parent (Ma):2869  Cleeve Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Gloucestershire (CoU)
Class:Tump (200-299m), Subhump, Clem
Grid ref:SO 78960 00035
Summit feature:mound
Col:152m  ST898978  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 162
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 66 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Grassy barrow with wild flowers. Can crawl into large stone chamber, built c 3800bc and used for c 200 years. Victorian excavation revealed the remains of c22 individuals.Denise 19/05/2020
Up through the steep woods from the Cotswold Way. Excellent Neolithic grassed over barrow at summit. Well preserved inner chamber accessed from the NE. Lots of wild flowers in the grass.RichardM19/05/2020
Walked as part of a section of Cotswold WayD SID02/08/2019
Made it difficult by parking at end of Knapp Lane to N, along Cots/Way a short distance then directly up very steep wood. Had a crawl around inside the barrow too.Aye Jimmy22/06/2019
Simple stroll from the parking spot by the reservoir gate. Worth a crawl around inside the long barrow too.milimana29/04/2019
New Year's walk taking in both long barrows (Nympsfield and Hetty Pegler), from the car park from Nympsfield long barrow.AngiLala01/01/2018
Tracey and I did CTX CB hereJohnboy730/12/2017
With my family - parked in the sort-of layby by the reservoir a little way down the road. My young daughter loved being able to go inside the tomb - although it was a bit of a dirty-knees squeeze through the entrance for us oldies! Didn't realise it was a tump at the time, so glad we stood on top of the mound as well as going inside.wheresthepath31/07/2017
4/5 (Symonds Hall Hill/Stinchombe Hill/Cam Long Down/Crawley Hill (Hetty Peglers Tump)/Painswick Beacon)Fergalh07/06/2017
Easy stroll on path, with the bonus of being able to crawl inside the barrowColin Crawford14/01/2017
Parked on main road at reservoir entrance. Very well preserved barrow with access to an interesting interior.Campbell Singer16/11/2016
From roadside sign along hedgeline to the long barrowMariana Trench09/10/2016
Short stroll from the roadwebmaster05/06/2016
Parked in Cam and did a circuit of Cam Long Down, Crawley Hill and Downham Hill. About two hours going pretty fast.clivevilla20/01/2016
There is parking a short way down the road. Hetty Pegler's Tump is a long barrow in the care of English Heritage, take a torch if you want to explore the inside the burial chamber.Swindon Bagger21/08/2015
Nice little stroll to the barrow topMark Sims12/06/2015
Bagged with Alex.Dugswell230/03/2015
Kingscote to Dursley. E side of Uley Bury, Cotswold Way then steep ascent of earthy bank to the well manicured show barrow.Smudge14/02/2015
Hetty Pegler apparently owned the field in the C17th. Short stroll from the layby opposite in the snow. Got wet legs crawling in but once inside it was nice and dry. Would make a nice place to sleep, even having a number of bedrooms.Herbert Anchovy14/01/2015
Langley Hill, Chrchdown Hill, Birdlip Hill, Crawley Hill, Cam Long Down (best of the bunch), Wyck Beaconsimon and co07/12/2014
From NE full anticlockwise spiral circuit walk, down through the woods and along the Cotswold Way under the steep wooded west side and back up to the roaD at the south then north and eventually in west to HPT. Crawled inside the barrow. Seemed to smell like a cross between fustiness and alcohol. Can't believe I lived in Cheltenham for twenty years without visiting it.vegibagger20/04/2014
Car park W of Cam Long Down. Circular walk over that hill first, then this one then Downham Hill, finishing on Cam Peak.jonglew15/03/2014
impressive burial chamberAdrian23/02/2014
From Car Park to west of Cam Long Down a round of Cam Long Down, Crawley Hill and Downham Hill.rhalstead09/02/2014
walking Cotswold Waywindridge10/09/2013
Easy parking at access to the long barrow off main road to east. Pleasant short stroll.destaylor17/06/2013
Very interesting summit Long Barrow, made up for the dull weather and cold winds. Good path from road and plenty of roadside parking by reservoir to east.Hillsidenick27/03/2013
Lots of snow inside!eilidh_hikes12/02/2013
An obvious path from the road, the summit is in view from the beginning.JohnStoneham15/07/2012
On Cotswold Waymavero1003/10/2010
Post-Christmas walk from Nailsworth through Woodchester Park to visit the long barrows of Nympsfield and Hetty Pegler's Tump (which was blocked off at the time - has since re-opened).thesweetcheat27/12/2009
Date is first visit. Notes from later...fine long barrow, can enter, poss reconstructed?. path from E along field edge RHW27/08/2002
Walk from Nympsfield.arranc22/08/1996
Visiting the ancient monumentcitygent01/05/1990
Along road and short walk across fieldPeterD15/02/1989
Andy West24/05/2020
Tony J19/05/2020
Alan Whatley16/06/2018
andrew brown09/11/2016