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Name:Easthope Wood
Hill number:19322
Height:274m / 899ft
Parent (Ma):2847  Callow Hill
RHB Section:38A: Shropshire
County/UA:Shropshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:SO 57448 96922
Summit feature:no feature
Col:232m  SO579965  
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 28 users)ByDate of Ascent
2 of 7 after blakeway coppice. Ground just after the gate from main roadThe-Z-Man17/11/2019
Walked up from the layby via the now overgrown gate. Summit in runnable woodland to the right of a flower meadow.fasgadh21/07/2019
From the NT car park. Did Dove Hill first following the path through cereal fields to the summit water tank. Then followed paths from the car park, through the woods, to the top of Easthope Wood.Herbert Anchovy18/07/2019
From campsiteSez26/04/2019
Second of a 4 tump circuit from Wenlock Edge car park. The woodland was easy enough to access from close by the lay-by and followed faint trod over various bumps. Found a fox skull in the undergrowth. Onward to Dove Hill.milimana15/04/2019
With Bevsimon and co07/04/2019
From NT carpark, out and backs of Easthope Wood, Dove Hill and Blakeway Coppice.rhalstead24/03/2019
Parked at lay-by then back up road then directly into wood after and avoiding the gate. Walked over a number of bumps in the wood.Dugswell229/09/2018
From Blakeway Coppice with Alvin. Walking through the woods, breathing in life itself. Ended walk at hilltop.Wycombe Wanderer09/09/2018
Good layby on B4371 at overgrown viewpoint. NE up the road to gateway, enter wood on right, summit mound soon appears.Aye Jimmy05/06/2018
as for PeterDarranc06/03/2018
Good parking at viewpoint for several cars. Walked back along road to north and then over a couple of bwf. No need as the top is unfenced part of wood.Campbell Singer25/01/2018
From viewpoint parking in fading light. Back along road, over gate and HP in woods.PeterD14/01/2018
A continuation of our pleasant autumnal woodland walk with Collie, Meg, from the free NT carpark to the NE. The HP is indistinct but a roadside outcrop near layby has nice views and is probably the HP though there is no line of sight to other possibilities within woodsDenise 23/10/2017
Meandering walk SW along the Edge. Permissive path passes close to summit mound in woods at SO 57356 96797. Outcrop in open ground with fine views a little further SW (SO 57356 96797) is of similar height.RichardM23/10/2017
Parked by view point and walked up road and cut through the edge. heavily wooded no view.heavyhorses01/08/2017
Easthope Wood and Blakeway Coppice to recomplete Shropshire, my home county.clivevilla13/07/2017
Woodland accessed via path starting NE of layby, obvious hp at SO 57445 96917RHW02/07/2017
In woodland and fairly dense veg at SO 5745 9692 (Grid Ref taken by cursor from online mapping - Experimental Geograph Coverage Map). Reached via the barely discernible start of the permissive path which is NE from crest in the road and about 20m NE from a locked gate. i.e. HP is not the viewpoint SW of the road crest.summitsup18/06/2017
Plenty of roadside parking. A well worn path to the rocky outcrop over a suprising drop is a good viewpoint. I couldnt say if any of the wooded area just up the road was higher or not..Shropshire re-completed.stig_nest17/06/2017
Good roadside parking.andrew brown16/06/2017
Walking back from Much Wenlock to Wilderhope Manor, as I did regularly at this time, I would often pass by here, usually on the way to the Wenlock Edge Inn. Gorgeous spot!DanHolme17/06/2008
Visited from layby but need to check when. My brother found out this was a Tump while researching bagging possibilities in Shropshire.pwheelerblank