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Name:Walton Hill
Hill number:2870
Height:316m / 1037ft
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Worcestershire (CoU)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (300-399m), Clem
Grid ref:SO 94261 79808
Summit feature:no feature 5m N of trig point
Col:106m  SO890996  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 139
(1:25k) 219S
Observations:higher by 15cm than trig point base at SO 94261 79800; ground 10m N of trig point at SO 942722 79801is slightly lower
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 403 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Easy walk up from Clent Hills car park. Enjoyable afternoon out with family :-)Gerry the Ranger06/06/2020
A lovely evening walk.unowho6701/06/2020
with K, walked up from Clent village. Nice hill, nice views.IanHHill15/03/2020
Limited roadside parking near the junction of Walton Hill Road and Spring Lane. Followed track up - seems to get some limited mountain bike use in the downhill direction, so keep your eyes peeled (especially when descending)johnkenyon25/01/2020
First day out of the year and my unvisited hills continue to get further and further away from home.Alex C08/01/2020
Pleasant walk over Clent hill then on to Walton Hill collecting geocaches. With LP.wombourne02/12/2019
A re-visit with Lyn :-)heavyhorses10/07/2019
Fairly muddy on the track, so went off the track to get to the top. No problems.sjb02/03/2019
Clent hills from Waseley Carparkfellowsa02/03/2019
Big lay-by and car park to North. SO 94274 80298David Evans04/02/2019
New Year's Day circular walk from Clent. Lots of people about but enjoyable hillsFred Windsor01/01/2019
Started from just past the Clent Hills car park, was very busy so had to park down the road did both hills as a pleasant little circuit, not just the Marilyn, which can be done as a very quick bag n go.JulieB27/12/2018
5.5m circular around the Clent Hills. Pleasantly surprisedJephcote8308/12/2018
Third of six hills on a cool windy December day.KC07/12/2018
By trig pillarcjo10/11/2018
Approach from CP to N. Some good views though trees eclipse most. Clent hills - a surprising 'oasis'.ger28/10/2018
1st Marilyn of the day on way down to Cornwall to see Steve/Charlie/Harris. Parked on Walton hill road. 20 mins round tripLongwojo29/09/2018
First of two solo West Midlands Marilyns. An early morning wander up the track from the car park due N. View N on way up is of Birmingham & Black Country urban sprawl. Continuing a bit further S past the trig opens up the view S & W. A murky day but the second objective of the day, Bredon Hill, visible 25 miles away...NotReallyABagger22/09/2018
3rd top of 9 on a 28.7km route, climbing Wychbury Hill and the Four Stones then continuing on the Monarchs Way to the Trig point and summit close by. I recorded 315m @ SO 94268 79796. Descent via footpath onto Spring Lane, heading for Romsley Hill...Dazingdale01/09/2018
Out trig pillar bagging around Clent Hillsjmistry8629/08/2018
From Clent Hills campsite through Romsley to Romsley Hill to pick up North Worcestershire Path and onto summit. Returned via lanes.dgresty21/08/2018
From north car park. Views mostly restricted by tree cover.Topographer5714/08/2018
Very easy walk along good tracks from the large car park to the north.moorsman05/08/2018
On the way to Devon - Stayed at Rubery overnight - First trip to he Clent Hills - Tried to find previous evening as a fabulous sunset ebbed away but ascended The Four Stones by mistake. Returned early the next morning through the woodland and bracken to a handsome summit trig. a mounted police horse woman says hello. Still a cool breeze but its warming up again. Other walkers out early this morning. Now we head south.briandavies26/07/2018
From the north car park and up the indicated footpath.Peterb18/07/2018
With K from NT carpark. Pleasant.Ashley09/07/2018
Circular walk with four stones.tomd402/07/2018
I walked over the top of the hill while out geocaching.Alancache31/05/2018
From Stourbridge Jct Station via Wychbury Hill and The Four Stones. Then on to Romsley Hill and bus back to Birmingham from Romsley. Very muddy in places with some residual snow.NormanW07/03/2018
From the car park, up via the bridleway to the trig point at the summitcurlebd05/03/2018
From roadside parking to the East, bitterly cold, took the looping track up and the straight one back down. With AllyColumba26/02/2018
Climbed to the trig point from small parking pull in on Clatterbach Lane near the Vine Inn.stooch12/02/2018
Round from Clentcallumorr25/11/2017
Stourbridge Junction stn - Wychbury Hill - The Four Stones - Walton Hill - Romsley Hill - Chapman's Hill - Beacon Hill - Rednal Hill - N Top - Longbridge station. What a great five-hour walk! All summits accessible, great views.Mark Jackson04/11/2017
4/8M cp from the NE quick up and down.robertphillips21/10/2017
M J OMartin6612/09/2017
With Sail & Danu.Dangerous Dave02/09/2017
Parked easily at car park and walked 1/2 mile to summit.Hippy7725/08/2017
Marilyn and Tump bagging by train. Hagley station is very well placed for a nice walk over Wychbury Hill using Monarch's way, then on via Hagley Hill Farm and the NT visitor centre (yuk) to the Four Stones, and then on to Walton Hill from the north side. West-ish off Walton Hill to the upper lake, then back up over Four Stones, and the North Worcestershire path towards the station. Mainly a nice walk along surprisingly steep sided ridges; the interactions with the A456 were deeply unpleasant though.Gill24/08/2017
Large parking area to the northmart079709/08/2017
Second ascentPeteF14/06/2017
Circular walk with Four Stones hill. Nice area and can see for miles.twg2721/05/2017
Local hill, lovely walk.PaulJN20/05/2017
Fro car park a little to the north. A very pleasant stroll.lenman19/05/2017
Trip to tick all Marilyn's down to Lands EndTonyandsue04/04/2017
Circular walk with The Four Stones.BobHancock09/03/2017
with Paddy and half the population of The West Midlands!!Lou11/12/2016
Walked up on a bright Wednesday afternoon, a rest from house clearing up after major decorating.Bernard26/10/2016
Wednesday afternoon walk during a half term of house sorting out. Bright, warm autumn day.Huffin26/10/2016
A Lovely autumn walkSarahS26/10/2016