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Name:Widdenhill
Hill number:17327
Height:205m / 673ft
Parent (Ma):2869  Cleeve Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:South Gloucestershire (UA)
Catchment:Avon (Bristol), Catchment Boundaries, Severn
Class:Tump (200-299m)
(Tu,2)
Grid ref:ST 77044 84697
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:32m
Col:173m  ST804897  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 172
(1:25k) 167
Observations:trig point 120m S at ST 77058 84578 is lower
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 38 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked in layby at 76960 84663 and made the short walk up to the two gates. The HP is just inside a field.clivevilla15/10/2019
Unexciting top considering it's the only one for several miles around. Agree hp is nearer the gate than the trig, which I only found on the second pass along the hedgerow.milimana29/07/2019
Over gate from layby on bend to suggested high point. Then along field edge to trig, difficult to find, well buried in hedge. FB on far side - of course.Aye Jimmy07/07/2019
A routine bag.Chris Peart27/09/2017
1/6 (Widden Hill/Minchampton Common/Scottsquar Hill/Juniper Hill/High Botheridge/Crickley Hill)Fergalh13/06/2017
Quick hop into field from layby, almost a drive by.rhalstead25/03/2017
Quick short dash in the dark before the rain returned. Were those the footprints of the 'webmaster' in the mud - who had passed this way just yesterday? Should I take a cast? 500 years ago - the local reverend - William Knight built an ambulatory (a covered walking place ) which is still standing in the garden of nearby Horton Court. Perhaps on dry days he too also walked (ambulated?) up here across this flat hill top.I could have done with a mobile ambulatory this wet evening.Chris Pearson06/02/2017
Parked in muddy layby at ST770847 and found the trig pillar hidden in the hedge 130m S. Revisited on 25/02/2017 to verify that the summit is a few metres inside the gate rather than the trig pillar.webmaster05/02/2017
Out on one side of hedgerow, back on the other. Trig a little buried but not hard to locateColin Crawford18/01/2017
From the lay by to the north, south along the footpath and over the hedge bank at a gap to the other side; high point somewhere along hedge bankMariana Trench07/08/2016
Up both sides of hedge. Couldn't find trig. Completely buried in vegetation. South Gloucestershire completion. Seventh county completion in 6 days.ngthack29/07/2016
Easy walk to trig point along hedge or other spots around field perimeter.Campbell Singer17/04/2016
Despite map implying road is higher, walked along E side of hedge to see trig and two gaps.GordonAdshead08/09/2015
FB is on west side of pillar. Take secateurs!arranc19/08/2015
Easy stroll from Layby, trig in hedge, but HP appears to be slightly further on.PeterD16/05/2015
On easy back from sister Tania's to Cheltenham and on to Manchester to pick up Jamie and evening bag of Blackstone edge.vegibagger08/04/2015
Visited the fields on both sides of the trig with Alex Cameron on a sunny morning.Dugswell230/03/2015
Parked at layby and hopped over gate.Herbert Anchovy04/11/2014
Large muddy layby for parking to north at road/track junctions. Trig is extremely well hidden in dense hedge, took ages to find and cuts all over hands clearing hawthorn, nettle and misc other abundant weeds to reach it and photograph the number plate. Walked up one side of hedge (RoW) and down other side (not RoW, but easy access) - both sides have paths. Quiet apart from radio hams in layby.Hillsidenick15/06/2014
Visited to bag the 2 Horton trigs.jonglew06/12/2012
Early morning visit before funeral in South Bristol. Geography teacher as it happens.Dusty25/10/2012
popped over whilts on Monarch's WayAdrian12/08/2012
Summit in the middle of a hedge with a trig point (S2534)Tony Hartry27/01/2007
RHW08/11/2003
clique21/04/2018
dickiewren20/05/2017
DC11main17/03/2017
andrew brown04/03/2017
Mark Sims08/11/2016
Swindon Bagger06/06/2015
Alex C30/03/2015
Sainesy23/03/2015
Ramblingpaul09/02/2015
Jacqdaw15/06/2014
stevent080927/10/2013
Bramley05/10/2013
raymondwilkes18/06/2011
Jacqdaw08/04/2008