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Name:Shenberrow Hill
Hill number:17265
Height:304m / 997ft
Parent (Ma):2869  Cleeve Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Gloucestershire (CoU)
Catchment:Severn, Thames
Watershed:Greater Thames Estuary, Dover to Cape Wrath, Land's End to John o' Groats, Severn Estuary, The Lizard to Dunnet Head
Class:Tump (300-399m)
(Tu,3)
Grid ref:SP 08375 33310
Summit feature:no feature: ground in field
Drop:52m
Col:252m  SP092333  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 150
(1:25k) OL45N
Observations:level summit area
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 41 users)ByDate of Ascent
Detour when doing the Broadway to Winchcomber section of the Cotswold Way. Summit field newly planted but a stroll on ROWs E and S of old building good enough for this flat top.milimana18/11/2018
Parked on the small road to the east. Two or three passing places which provide suitable short-term stopping. According to my GPS the track from the right-angled bend On the road leads straight to the summit rather than SW as shown on the map.moorsman05/08/2018
Parked next to Littleworth Wood. On return was politely informed by farmer that the verge was for passing on the single track road. Thus parking a bit of a problem.Campbell Singer10/07/2018
Snowshill is a beautiful village. Hill not very exciting.Barbara Singer10/07/2018
Made it into a circular walk from wide area at roadside spot height 253m to SE. Another one for the unmuddy months.KC08/06/2018
Large essentially level farmland hill top. High point possibly W side of track N of small building in field of young cabbages(?) Last of 9 on a 43 mile cycle around the Cotswolds in very fine spring weather.RichardM05/04/2018
Parked near right angle bend to the east. There is a double barbed wire fence with stone wall between just near the top. I slipped while climbing over and ripped my trousers and my leg a bit.clivevilla06/11/2017
4/4 (Nottingham Hill/Roel Hill/Cutsdean Hill/Shenbarrow Hill)Fergalh05/07/2017
Mud. From the east a replica of those wonderfully ridiculous 'Its a Knockout' competitions I loved watching on TV as a child where participants had to try and ascend the impossible slime slope. At least I wasn't wearing a giant banana costume at the same time. Played my joker and doubled my points by adding the trig to my mud outing.Chris Pearson17/02/2017
Continuing our circular walk from Seven Wells on route back to Broadway. Summit a little vague but pleasant views.sooztops16/10/2016
Circular route out from Broadway Village via Broadway Tower, Seven Wells Hill & the fascinating Snowshill Manor. Views from the flattish summit are restricted, but the section of Cotswold Way back down into Broadway was lovely. Lots of rabbits.wheresthepath01/06/2016
Parked at Snowshill village which is beautiful with its sandstone cottages .Viroco23/04/2016
From E. Chilly breezy start to the dayRHW20/02/2016
From car parking area at start of track to N. Simple walk to reach flat summit field.RobertP25/01/2016
Parked by road junction to SE. Followed FPs and then wandered around to west of bywayPeterD09/08/2015
Took path from east through sheep fields. Reckoned HP was in the cultivated area west of the track.Herbert Anchovy23/04/2015
Ploughed field. To west of NS path.perhaps by right of way heading W.Adrian12/04/2015
Number two of two summits on this walk. Cloudy. Circular from Broadway visiting Broadway Tower, Seven Wells Hill (319m), Snowshill, Snenberrow Hill (304m), Lidcombe Wood, Stanway and Stanton (including drink at the Mount Inn). Using Cotswold Way for large parts. Distance = 23.0km. Average moving speed = 4.5km/h. Time moving = 5:09. Ascent = 512m.paulnewby8128/02/2015
From Stanway Ash Wood to S. Parks Farm trig pillar first, then on to Shenbarrow Hill. HP possibly on the RoW, or perhaps 30-35m into arable field to W of path.jonglew12/02/2015
Sunny Xmas eve sheep munching on Brussel sprout stumps by the rump top.vegibagger24/12/2014
There's an excellent multi-car parking spot at grid ref 084341 where the no-through-road crosses the Cotswold Way. You can make a nice 1.5 mile triangular walk along easy bridleways by descending west north west to return via the farm buildings and farm access road.ijpowell17/03/2014
Walked over from Snowshill. There is a higher spot height (304m) on the 1:50k a short distance from the 303m spot height on the 1:25k.rhalstead16/05/2013
Walked past this trig point several times, whilst walking from Dover's Hill to Broadway.JohnW20/06/2012
13 miles circular walk from Broadway Tower, bagged trig and walk along top.DanTrig11/04/2012
Outstanding scenery on a very clear day- walked from Snowshill with Mompwheeler18/04/1992
On Cotswold Way.arranc30/03/1991
kasharic09/06/2018
clique30/03/2018
mae22/03/2018
jimbloomer17/02/2018
Jonathan Russell12/11/2017
BrianMatthews25/10/2017
stevent080908/05/2016
andrew brown02/04/2016
Dusty27/06/2015
Swindon Bagger25/05/2015
tmd23/06/2014
Moorponder28/08/2013
johnoz01/04/2013
andrew.allum01/01/2000
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