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Name:Downham Hill
Hill number:17333
Height:199m / 653ft
Parent (Ma):2869  Cleeve Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Gloucestershire (CoU)
Catchment:Severn
Class:Tump (100-199m)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:ST 77684 98508
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:58m
Col:141m  ST778987  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 162
(1:25k) 167
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 24 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked at vets' with permission, 100m W along lane is gate and path directly up hill. Nice spot.Aye Jimmy22/06/2019
eilidh_hikes11/09/2018
Parked by vet's car park and followed permissive path.Ramblingpaul20/06/2017
By permissive pathColin Crawford14/01/2017
Given permission to park in the Pet Resort car park for a few minutes. Took the permissive path up to a fine summit next to a huge tree.Campbell Singer16/11/2016
andrew brown09/11/2016
Dusty13/09/2016
Just enough room to park in Horse Retirement Centre pull in then as per Swindon Bagger. Nice little hill.Mark Sims21/06/2016
From n on a muddy blustery Feb pmRHW20/02/2016
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
Have been saving this one for a while as close to home. First of 2016, last tump of the county of Gloucestershire for me. Ascended on permissive path. Very muddy up and down, good views.PeterD01/01/2016
Found the start of the Permissive Path easily, its off the road to the north of the bill NW of the summit. There is a sign saying that access is allowed so visitors can enjoy the view and asking you to keep to the path to the summit. I wish more hills without POWs were so welcoming.Swindon Bagger25/10/2015
Bagged with Alex.Dugswell230/03/2015
Alex C30/03/2015
Kingscote to Dursley. Summit topography records the former presence of an C18th smallpox isolation unit.Smudge14/02/2015
Walked here from Cam Long Down. Up and down the permissive path which begins near the pet holiday home to the NE. The summit is marked by a large sycamore and, nearby, an unusual sycamore avenue where I met a handsome fox. Fine hill. Returned to the carpark to W of Cam Long Down following first the road and then a long straight path over wet slippery ground.Herbert Anchovy14/01/2015
With Pam Thorne from the north. Very grand tree probably an oak on summit plus an avenue of trees to the south.vegibagger03/01/2015
Car park W of Cam Long Down. Over that hill first, then Crawley Hill before doing this one. Permissive path from minor road to N to hill top.jonglew15/03/2014
permissive access to the hill from the roadside, track up to the top, summit close to big old tree.Adrian23/02/2014
From Car Park to west of Cam Long Down a round of Cam Long Down, Crawley Hill and Downham Hill.rhalstead09/02/2014
stevent080927/10/2013
whiskybottle17/04/2011
rachelcawley01/01/1996
With Cam Long down. Date approx.arranc01/01/1968