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Name:Aust Cliff
Hill number:19302
Height:52m / 171ft
Parent (Ma):2869  Cleeve Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:South Gloucestershire (UA)
Catchment:Severn
Class:Tump (0-99m)
(Tu,0)
Grid ref:ST 56965 89852
Summit feature:Unmarked point 15m NW of small concrete pillar
Drop:45m
Col:7m  ST586900  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 162 172
(1:25k) OL14W 154 167
Survey:Abney level
Comments:Tump relocated from hill 19163 March 2017
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 35 users)ByDate of Ascent
From the Travelodge carpark, then visited Aust Hill and the site of the long departed Aust Cliff trig.Aye Jimmy30/06/2019
From the Travelodge car park up the grassy slope to the high pointMariana Trench15/05/2019
From the Service Station car park, walked up through the petrol station and Travel Lodge car park and up the slope to first see the non-OS pillar then this top. Nice to see a service station with a view.Father Ted23/04/2019
Quick stop off at services.rhalstead26/01/2019
En route to Jemma’s birthday party in Cardiff.Cameron Singer16/08/2018
On the way back from Pembrey - parked at the new services & walked up. Bagged the site of Aust Cliff trig too.DanMaisieBex15/04/2018
En passant.Chris Peart12/03/2018
with tom on mother dayFriesidepixie11/03/2018
from services car park - nice viewpointBramley26/12/2017
1/2 (Aust Cliff/Aust Hill)Fergalh20/10/2017
From Travel Lodge car park, after not buying diesel at 17p/l more than normal branded fuel outlets.Minto30/07/2017
East stroll up from Travel Lodge car park. Excellent views of the Severn bridges. 4 minutes up and down.Campbell Singer23/06/2017
Small diversion from the River Severn Path.Swindon Bagger18/06/2017
Behind service station with bridge survey pillar near picnic bench on grassy mound.cjo21/04/2017
Rather ridiculous that I didn't tramp up this and find the surprising Vanessa, when I came last year to do the other hill. C'est la vievegibagger18/04/2017
Bagged whilst on way to Nottingham. Easy winRamblingpaul17/04/2017
Taken in when returning home from S Wales, along with three other county recompletions.ngthack11/04/2017
Parked at Travelodge car park, short walk up grassy bamk. Non-OS trig pillar close by.jonglew16/03/2017
Not as good as Aust Hill.andrew brown16/03/2017
On way home from work. Short walk from Travelodge car park. Good view of the old bridge.PeterD10/03/2017
Parked in top block of Travel Lodge: Splendid views of the estuaryGordonAdshead09/03/2017
Parked up at services then an easy stroll to the summit and then the Vanessa like Severn Bridge trig point with Iain Brown.Dugswell208/03/2017
Visited for the SW summit, just above insurance building / Travelodge, rough grass 20m W of (non OS) trig pillar (which presumably relates to Severn bridge construction / monitoring).RHW25/02/2017
Parked at motorway services and ascended the new top. Followed path through the woods and across fields to the old top.webmaster19/02/2017
Had a niggle (since proved right thanks to Lidar work by Chris C & George) that this grassy mound could be higher than the existing Aust Hill top 800+m away. Hillock possibly created when the then UK's largest cafe (now an insurance office) was built -with its view of the original Severn Crossing Bridge. A survey pillar on the summit is presumably associated with the bridge construction.Chris Pearson06/02/2017
as for Gordonarranc20/01/2016
Fortunately I visited when bagging Aust Hill. It just seemed too obvious a hill to ignore and added to the walk's interest. Had a nice view of the bridge and then walked through the wood, along the river and over pasture to the original Tump.Herbert Anchovy15/09/2015
Visited again 25/06/2015 with Paul HackettDusty25/02/2008
BrianMatthews13/03/2018
stevent080928/01/2018
DC11main17/03/2017
DARRENG16/03/2017
iaindbrown08/03/2017
Steve Q07/07/2016
Adrian16/01/2016