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Name:Kings Weston Hill
Hill number:17446
Height:98.2m / 322ft
Parent (Ma):2869  Cleeve Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Bristol (UA)
Catchment:Avon (Bristol), Catchment Boundaries, Severn
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:ST 55015 77913
Summit feature:no feature
Col:65.8m  ST 5674 7814  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 172
(1:25k) 154 155
Survey:Abney level
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1st of the 3 Bristol tumps on a traverse via no.4 bus from Highgrove via Coombe Dingle, then footpath along edge of wooded embankment. Very level plateaux. Descent to follow Community trail to Durdham Down....Dazingdale16/02/2020
Sea Mills to Henbury.Smudge12/01/2020
From 'The Dingle' followed paths near to western boundary of the park to 90m aod. Slippery mud and steep paths. Entered linear glade and then easy walk to highest point. Return via Echo gate then steps and descent to borookside. Multiple tracks made following OS map trickyamicablyinert06/10/2019
From W, had to park in a side road. F/p up through wood, emerged in clearing between woods at the top. Given HP about 5m into wood, slight ivy covered mound.Aye Jimmy30/06/2019
A pleasant stroll along a grassy ridge with wooded sides from Shirehampton free carpark to the west, including an awkward hunt for the trig.Denise 07/04/2019
One of those ridges where it always looks convincingly higher some where else, the Abney sors out the deception. Wide grassy ridge flanked with wild scruffy woodland. High point 8m into woods of ivy covered trees and ground on N side of the grassy swathe.RichardM07/04/2019
From the end of Grove Road up the stony path.clivevilla10/10/2018
Had a wander along the ridge and back from parking on the B4056.Chris Peart07/10/2018
PW on LEJOGKatbus 2724/04/2018
Repeat visit because of new grid reference.andrew brown05/02/2018
3/3 (MIlbury Heath/Abbey Hill/Kings Weston Hill)Fergalh10/10/2017
From the end of Grove Road, up stony track and amble along the ridge. Pleasant grassy meadow but the trees on the slopes prevent any views.milimana17/06/2017
Wander over grass and woods indistinct topvegibagger18/04/2017
Parked on Southwood Close (little spur road off Southwood Drive), easy paths leading up.DC11main17/03/2017
In the last throes of daylight on a dank February evening at 5.30pm. A long jog from Ne along the wide summit grassy avenue along the crest covering all possible high points and beyond .. slippery mud not helpful to a running bag (better underfoot and sheltered on twisty small path in trees). Exchanged grimaces with a sole dog walker.Chris Pearson06/02/2017
Parked on road to south east, then strolled along the ridgeColin Crawford14/01/2017
Over relocated top on way to old one.ngthack26/07/2016
With Charlie, aged 36 days. A proud grandma.Barbara Singer21/06/2016
My first hill aged 36 days old. Was carried up by my Pop, Grandma, Mum and Dad. What sort of family have I been born into??? One county completed!Charlie Singer21/06/2016
With little Charlie.Cameron Singer21/06/2016
Charlie's first hill.Vicky Singer21/06/2016
From Grove Road, up the track to the earthworks and then along the ridge and backMariana Trench15/06/2016
With Bevsimon and co09/05/2016
From Westbury Lane. Along track and cut up to ridge. Wandered around likely high point candidatesBramley09/04/2016
Parked Westbury Ln. Wooded Ridge walk.Adrian16/01/2016
Walk the length of the ridge, many possible high points.rhalstead01/01/2016
Nice green area within Bristol although the views weren't as good as I'd hoped due to the trees.Swindon Bagger25/10/2015
From the large car park to the NW. Across a very busy park and up a steep wooded slope to summit next to tower. Fine views eastward from HP. Very pleasant urban top. Also did alternative top about 600 mets to SW.Campbell Singer25/07/2015
Lived close to this hill for many years, but almost certain had not visited before.RobertP18/07/2015
Popped out from work in my lunch hour. No dogs to be seen just Magpies. Visited new GR for HP on way to old GR.PeterD21/05/2015
True enough Doug but I bagged the trig a few years before you :-) Remarkably long level ridge, made no attempt to identify and waypoint summit. Continued another 500m E past GR (ST 54959 77886 on 1:10k) then took path descending W to road.RHW12/04/2015
Bagged before Rob Woodall and found the lower trig.Dugswell226/03/2015
As Herbert A: Lovely day and day-trip to bag another county.GordonAdshead25/03/2015
A lot of dog walkers around.arranc25/03/2015
Took path through woods from Southside Close. Several possible tops in grassland and in woods.Herbert Anchovy09/02/2015
Doing trigs etc in Shirehampton area of Bristol. Not an obvious HP - summit is a flatish open-access area of short grass, much frequented by dog walkers. ***Walked over the new HP on same day as I didthe old HP.jonglew13/12/2014
My home town. Walked this park many times.Dusty21/05/2012
This is the second nearest Tump to my house, about 45 minutes walk away.David Purchase14/02/2004
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Alex C01/04/2019
Alan Caine01/04/2019
Steve Q15/10/2015
andrew brown03/09/2015