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Name:Elbury Hill
Hill number:19382
Height:97.5m / 320ft
Parent (Ma):2870  Walton Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Worcestershire (CoU)
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:SO 86897 55853
Summit feature:no feature
Col:44m  SO898563  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 150
(1:25k) 204
Observations:level summit area
Comments:Replaced 17445 Leopard Hill as Tump in March 2018
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 20 users)ByDate of Ascent
As per CliveVilla.Ramblingpaul21/04/2019
From Elbury Park Rd at SO 8709.5588, access track for reservoir. Track, then after small brick building steps lead up to flat area on top of reservoir.Aye Jimmy21/04/2019
carole engel19/04/2019
Looking out over Worcester SW to the Malverns with bright skies but a large grey Bank of cloud behind them.vegibagger26/10/2018
TD, C & HThis Dog02/09/2018
From Troutbeck Drive up slope a few yards then fork left up steps and right when you reach the access road. Gate easly scaleable but very pointy and would be very unpleasant if your foot slipped.clivevilla07/05/2018
Easy bag from the reservoir access track off Elbury Park Road. Some work going on in one of the fenced compounds but no bother. Decent views (better than Leopard Hill) and even a few benches if you wanted to linger.milimana01/05/2018
From the B in Trout Beck DriveGordonAdshead29/04/2018
From Troutbeck Drive, up path and then left and up steps to reservoir access road. HP in open area on top of reservoir. Seems very man made. County completion for 3rd time.PeterD30/03/2018
Parked at end of Elbrus Park Rd and then as Herbert Anchovy. Fine views over to centre of Worcester and the Malvern. Worcestershire recompleted.Campbell Singer22/03/2018
En route to Bristol. Nice to hear birds singing after such a long winter. Spring at last or more bad weather to come?Barbara Singer22/03/2018
Accessible but on top of grass covered reservoir, so not natural. Good views over Worcester. Parked in nearby residential street and continued to alternative high point SE ( Spot height 98m) near golf course . Nice sunsetDenise 21/03/2018
Park on Trout Beck Drive from where a path ascends to the hilltop. Large flat topped grassed over covered reservoir with not a lot 'natural' about it. There are a couple of fenced off areas but the central area between them has open access.RichardM21/03/2018
andrew brown21/03/2018
A gated road leads west from Elbury Park Road. Then steps up to summit area with reservoirs. Popular with dog walkers so presumably no access issues and gate only intended to stop vehicles. Worcestershire completed for the second time.Herbert Anchovy16/03/2018
Visited after Leopard Hill to bag site of destroyed trig.Alan Caine25/08/2015
as for RHWarranc08/10/2006
From trig log: public park; resrs with open railings; no trace of TP. Built 29/01/46, destroyed 9/66 fb S3819 [OS].RHW11/04/2003