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Name:Bredon Hill
Hill number:2871
Height:299m / 981ft
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Worcestershire (CoU)
Catchment:Severn
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (200-299m)
(Ma,Hu,Tu,2)
Grid ref:SO 95762 40267
Summit feature:no feature: 10m ESE of boulder with viewfinder
Drop:257m
Col:42m  SP008378  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 150
(1:25k) 190
Observations:boulder was placed at summit probably in about 1995; summit is 10cm above boulder base
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 309 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From Wollas Hall to N.E. Worth going this way to read the sign at the farmyard entrance. Followed marked path to ridge, then along this to tower and summit. All without a map in thick mist, so must be easy.Minto12/04/2018
From Deer Par Business parked followed footpath. Very foggy conditions but cleared on way down. Busy Eater wkd at the tower.Hippy7730/03/2018
Lovely walk from Elmley Castle. Superb day.dal23/02/2018
From Ashton under Hill via Wychavon Wayprwild31/12/2017
GMMIdris25/12/2017
3/8M from elmley castle parked up lane at the end of road.robertphillips21/10/2017
Lovely walk on a hot bank holiday Sunday from Elmley Castle ... a lovely place in its own right.summitter27/08/2017
From Deerpark Business Centre following footpath.Ramblingpaul16/08/2017
Bagged from the road head above Bell's Castle.Glorious summer evening, we'd been walking over the Malverns earlier in the day.DanMaisieBex02/07/2017
Both of usTonyandsue05/04/2017
From roadside below Woollas Hall. With Evan & Coel.Dangerous Dave12/02/2017
Dawn run up from Hill House farm near Elmly Castle. Thick clay muddy path underfoot but easy going to summit.N.Morters09/02/2017
Great walk with the kids.helenlawranceodonnel26/10/2016
Elmley Castle route. Gentle climbing all the way to interesting top.jenx07/10/2016
Repeat from Elmley Castle this time and the bridleway, nicer route up than from Great Comberton. Fine views from on top, couple of Roe deer seen on flanksnordicstar07/10/2016
From Hill House Farm near Elmley Castle. There's space for a few cars to park here. A really nice walk with beautiful views. With Sarah, baby Ross and Ferdi the dog.islamidget31/08/2016
Parking on the road to the North West then along past Wollas Hall, then along well marked footpath up to tower and Topograph, views fantastic this evening.griefmiester05/07/2016
Parked at end of lane in Elmley Castle. Lovely area . Just when you think you are near summit there is another hill, then another. Rewarding views, interesting tower and toposcope . I think that is summit but explored all the bumps to make sure I bagged it.Viroco23/04/2016
Parked on road to Woollas Hall and made my way via ROWs (plenty of 'private estate' signs to deter alternative routes) to the pleasant top, an ancient hill fort.Cas-gwent08/04/2016
From Westmancote to the tower via the western slopesMariana Trench03/04/2016
With TJB, via excellent footpath from Woollas Halltrimarc222/03/2016
3rd summit of the day out of four. SOTA activation went well.G4OOE15/03/2016
Muddy! Took the laid-back Elmley Castle route up, got lost on way down but all's well that ends well. Didn't make it over to the Tower as not enough daylight left. Wildlife: pheasants, longtailed tits, recent deer prints.geeoharee16/01/2016
From Elmley Castle using rights of way. Slight variation on descent. We Scots have a word for the underfoot conditions - glar! Second of five Marilyns today.SS20/12/2015
from Kemerton, nice views pity no trigjoseph mitchell15/07/2015
by bikessstevesreeves27/06/2015
With Val. From Elmley Castle. Parked at start of Hill road and very enjoyable walk along lane and onto bridle way to top. Great views.mike.hoult15/05/2015
From south. End of road north of Bell's Castle. Room for 3 cars. Easy, pleasant circular walk with extensive views. With Wendy.ijpowell25/04/2015
On Wychhaven Way Ultramarathonrolfkim19/04/2015
Braw day - sun, no clouds but stiff cooling breeze. From Elmley CastleRocksRock18/04/2015
With daughter, brother and nephew/niece. Walked up from end of road just north of Kemerton. Fine day, reasonable breeze, hazy but views west to Malvern Hills were good.JOHNS20/12/2014
6/7 Best bag of day. Clear track to top. Wonderful views. Well worth the effortFergalh12/12/2014
With Ollie and Stuart from Elmley Castle. Close encounter with a hare and several deer. Back to the Queen Elizabeth for lunch.Newton Maximus06/12/2014
From small parking area Elmley Castle gr984 411, across fields & up to Fiddlers Knap-Long Plantation-The Belt then to the Fort & Tower, East along ridge then down via Hill La back to village. Dry & sunny at first, cold breeze & cloud made it feel very cold later. muddy underfoot on lower slopes.apricorum06/11/2014
From Great Comberton. Limited parking, so ended up parking on the roadside opposite a right of way which was convenient. (SO 953 418) lots or 'private estate no access' signs but the said ROW provides a route to the summit. Good views from summit.bowlesy19/10/2014
With my wife & daughter. Parked by the library (in a phone box!) in Great Comberton. Path up was barely there and inhabited by too-interested cows. Super views from top, lovely hill. Took different & easier route back down.wheresthepath11/10/2014
From end of Hill Lane, Elmley Castle. With PM.CJM25/09/2014
Parked close to the end of Hill Lane in Elmley Castle. A good walk of just over an hour.bolton25/09/2014
With: hb; Followed the track up from Elmley Castle via Hill House Fm and across the top to the tower. Returned via the same route.Ian Baines11/08/2014
From Elmley Castlesqueegs01/06/2014
Kate's brilliant idea ;-)Will Mead19/04/2014
Roadside parking in Elmley Castle Walked up Hill Lane to Hill House Farm Followed sign-posted bridleway to summit with its toposcope. (Solo)gerrybowes03/03/2014
From a fine pub lunch at the Queen Elizabeth in Elmley, with Sandi.TeasyChris20/09/2013
From Great Comberton (limited parking options), past Stump of Oak, to finish with a very steep climbe at the top.tim74708/09/2013
. CreakingHiker08/09/2013
With M6PYG for SOTA. Parked at SO 957386. Time taken for walk to summit, activation and return to car 65 minutes.G4OBK (Phil)14/07/2013
Via Great Comberton - very steep near endgarywalker01/06/2013
Walked up through woods from the south. Didn't have a map but the locals were very friendly and gave directions to the summit tower which is in an iron age fort. Those Iron age people must have liked a good view too!mindlessflogger06/05/2013
Started from Castle Elmley (village fete on 4 May) and walked a circular with Smoky to summit and tower.Skip04/05/2013
beautiful warm March day. started near Deer Park business centre and through the fields - no access problems. spent an hour or so at summit at the Folly, elephant rock and the stone with plaque.carrieandchloe02/03/2013