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Name:Tettenhall Wood
Hill number:17199
Height:156m / 512ft
Parent (Ma):2843  The Wrekin
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Wolverhampton (UA)
Catchment:Catchment Boundaries, Severn, Trent
Watershed:Humber Estuary, Ardnamurchan Point to Lowestoft, Dover to Cape Wrath, Lowestoft to Duncansby Head, Land's End to John o' Groats, Severn Estuary, The Lizard to Dunnet Head
Class:Tump (100-199m)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:SO 87515 98873
Summit feature:no feature: ground near tree
Drop:31m
Col:125m  SO864991  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 139
(1:25k) 219N
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 27 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked at Hotel and pretended to be a workman.David Evans01/08/2019
People on the lawn but no challenge as i walked round the hotel to the woods at the back and a gentle struggle thru' to the top, avoiding entering the Private groundscarole engel19/04/2019
8 of 10 on epic 49.3 mile bike ride including church hill, wrens nest, Dudley castle, netherton hill, ridgehill, blackhill, wrottesley hill, tettenhall woods, bushbury hill and essington hill. Felt a bit out of place on my sweating and on my muddy bike with a wedding going on inside. Quickly moved onThe-Z-Man15/09/2018
Decided to bathe in the fountain of perpetual youth before ascending the TUMP.Play2End25/08/2018
2nd tump of 5 today, this being the last of a traverse from Albrighton station, climbing Wrottesley Hill, then Holly lane to Pattingham road, passing lots of very large houses (no footpath) before arriving at the hotel. I bought the customary coffee before exploring descending past a Japanese Cedar, then fighting my way through Japanese Knotwood to climb up the bank to the Beech tree beside the accommodation block. I brazenly crossed the lawn, recording a higher reading next to edge then descended following the ropes course before re-tracing steps to the back garden. Then on the road to the bus stop, taking the no. 10 bus within 10 minutes to Wolverhampton Bus station for the Metro to Church Hill....Dazingdale23/06/2018
Seemed quiet at 7-30pm so wandered through gardens and around S end of hotel taking photos as a guest might do... Highest point seemed to be next to large beech tree at side of lawn behind accommodation block. Where rope activity area in wood meets lawn a few metres away may be slightly lower.Aye Jimmy24/08/2017
Bagged after buying a cup of coffee. Not challenged.Ramblingpaul19/07/2017
wandered around grounds of hotelcjo29/04/2017
From the hotel car park, walked passed a pair of stone guard dogs to the back garden. Went around the back of the 1960s block. Signs up saying no access but no one challenged me. All seemed rather grand.Herbert Anchovy04/04/2017
Around hotel, across gardens and behind accommodation block. Quiet for a Sunday lunchtime.PeterD23/10/2016
With a top like this its hard to know whether to adopt special forces style stealth or just be brazen. Being a scruffy urchin i chose the former. A lightning raid.stig_nest21/04/2016
Round the back of the hotel.Barbara Singer23/02/2016
Asked at reception of Mount Hotel if it was OK to go round to the highest point of their gardens. Receptionist looked in a kindly way at me and acquiesced. I think she had met people with my problem before. By the way, it's round the back of the south wing of the hotel.Campbell Singer23/02/2016
Parked in Mount Hotel cp. Went round behind hotel past a marquee being erected for a wedding. Not challenged.ngthack29/11/2015
By conifer tree behind accommodation block.Adrian14/11/2015
A bit tricky as you have to walk behind the hotel across the gardens and then behind the accommodation block with a clear sign telling you not to. Ah well, I did and nobody challenged me.clivevilla29/08/2015
Parked in the large Mount Hotel car park and then had a good walk around. The Mount Hotel is the former home of Charles Benjamin Mander, a paint and varnish manufacturer. The house was built in 1865, extended in 1891, ballroom built in 1908 and the house was sold in 1952.Dugswell225/03/2015
Behind hotel on grass,by rope activity area. 15.00.arranc20/01/2015
Behind accommodation block: grass between building and woodland. My final Wolverhampton P30,RHW31/08/2014
Summit spot height in the grounds of the Mount Hotel - great one to bag if you're at a wedding reception! As I wasn't, and had walked up on the lethal road from Wightwick Manor, I looked for high spots in the car park etc until the staff gave me the evils. With less trees, you'd have really good views of the Clee Hills.DanHolme02/02/2014
jimbloomer13/08/2018
mae31/07/2018
stevent080927/08/2016
Mark Sims14/04/2016
GordonAdshead18/01/2015
andrew brown30/12/2014
Col Fleming10/06/1975