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Name:Seven Wells Hill
Hill number:5379
Height:319m / 1047ft
Parent (Ma):2869  Cleeve Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Gloucestershire (CoU)
Catchment:Catchment Boundaries, Severn, Thames
Watershed:Greater Thames Estuary, Dover to Cape Wrath, Land's End to John o' Groats, Severn Estuary, The Lizard to Dunnet Head
Class:Hump, Tump (300-399m)
Grid ref:SP 11514 34808
Summit feature:base of wall on S side
Col:198m  SP035237  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 150
(1:25k) OL45N
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 88 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From road to W, HuMPs don't get much easier.Aye Jimmy27/02/2019
With Jenx and Bryher after Broadway Tower, roadside parking, alongside a wall. Amazingnordicstar02/01/2019
Broadway Tower a much more fitting top!jenx02/01/2019
A detour from Broadway Tower when doing the Chipping Campden to Broadway section of the Cotswold Way. Too flat to get much in the way of views but an easy one to tick off.milimana18/10/2018
Verge parking in the trees to the west. 2 minutes each way.moorsman05/08/2018
With K.Ashley14/07/2018
From roadside along edge of field. Disturbed a young fawn in field.Ramblingpaul27/06/2018
From the roadside along field boundary.KC08/06/2018
Pity this summit is a.n.other field and not at the slightly lower Broadway Tower on the fine crest of the steep slope with its views. Obsessive collectors are not new here as in the 18thC William Morris who rented Broadway Tower had the largest collection of manuscripts in the world and aimed but failed -to have one copy of every book in the world -all stored in the Tower. (For a modern phenomenal climbing book kleptomaniac - look up Geoff Millburn) Presumably Morris had his own version of stacks and MOD type challenges which thwarted his completion. He must have liked living in draughty buildings because he founded the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings in 1870. By way of contrast today visitors can also see a fully preserved ( totallly draught proof for grim reasons) nuclear fallout monitoring bunker from the 1960's (sobering).Chris Pearson17/02/2017
First visit ever, from the roadside 5m. below. Driven along the road many times, visited Broadway Tower and walked to/from Broadway or Chipping Campden to the tower even more times. A view does open up most of the way round from the Hu summit, but it lacks depth.pwheeler24/12/2016
Pleasant circular walk from Broadway caravan club site via Broadway Tower [and tearoom] Unremarkable summit on field headland.sooztops16/10/2016
Circuit out from Broadway village via the tower (not worth the steep entry fee, but outstanding views from the hilltop there), Snowshill Manor (fascinating - definitely worth a visit) & Shenberrow Hill. Nice walk. Easy access to the summit here as described previously; no views from the summit itself.wheresthepath01/06/2016
From Broadway Tower parking along road then field edge, back to tower then down Cotswold way to Broadway, V warm & sunny, some breeze, hazy long views.apricorum12/05/2016
After a visit to Broadway Tower now £5. Good views from top of Tower. Then Down the lane . Hill Summit is a short walk from the road.Viroco23/04/2016
From Wjimbloomer08/10/2015
A quick view from side of road, standing crops still in field.heavyhorses20/08/2015
Short walk from road alongside stone wallPeterD09/08/2015
From Broadway Tower. Free parking on verge just before the car park. Path back in wood below the road.squeegs05/07/2015
An unremarkable summit, ascended whilst on a horseshoe walk from Broadway.JohnW20/06/2015
Number one of two summits on this walk. Cloudy. Circular from Broadway visiting Broadway Tower, Seven Wells Hill (319m), Snowshill, Snenberrow Hill (304m), Lidcombe Wood, Stanway and Stanton (including drink at the Mount Inn). Using Cotswold Way for large parts. Distance = 23.0km. Average moving speed = 4.5km/h. Time moving = 5:09. Ascent = 512m.paulnewby8128/02/2015
Another Cotswold Hump accompanied by sneezing fitvegibagger24/12/2014
2/7 A short walk from road to the small tree....another easy bag reallyFergalh12/12/2014
As described by previous hill baggers. There's an unplouged strip at the field edge, and even the faintest of paths as far as the young tree, suggesting that quite a few people make the short trip. A stone's throw from Broadway Tower where there is a free car park and cafe too.ijpowell17/03/2014
Near Broadway Towerbri&dave31/03/2013
Walked over from Broadway Tower, easy access on unploughed field edge.rhalstead21/03/2013
Walked up from Broadway. Super views and even better from the top of the tower. Bit expensive at £4.50 to get in though.simon and co30/11/2012
Easy access for this short trespass along stone wall, with easy roadside parking. Nothing special but red sunset added to autumn colours, so more pleasant than expectedHillsidenick17/11/2012
. CreakingHiker27/09/2012
A short trespass from the road to achieve this unremarkable summit.jonglew11/08/2012
en passant. Unremarkable but the linseed crop in flower added some charm.summitsup08/07/2012
Easy parking at field entrance then walked up adjacent to stone wall to high point then off for a picture or 2 of Broadway Tower for my Blipfoto.Dugswell205/03/2012
Bagged top after a walk from Broadway Tower car park. Nice and windy!DanHolme28/12/2011
Parked at forest edge. Top does appear to be a young tree on S side of wall 11:13chrisbien05/12/2011
Quick walk of about 100 metres from the road to the wall with the young tree.isabelle11/10/2011
Short walk from roadPhilsidwell01/09/2011
Thought I was going to have to commit the terrible act of walking through wheat when I first arrived - phew, it isn't necessary.Martin R20/08/2011
Broadway to Bishop's Cleeve taking in Seven Wells & Langley Hills.Smudge02/04/2011
Easy parking at field entrance then walked up adjacent to stone wall to high point that seems to be marked with a young tree.Father Ted31/12/2010
Wall seems the highest but it could be anywhere.destaylor19/09/2010
Near Broadway Towerarranc20/08/2010
Walked up grass margin next to a dry stone wall on edge of arable field.Herbert Anchovy06/08/2010
Very boring unmarked top in a wheat field right by the side of the road. Only worth going for the tick.clivevilla16/02/2008
dullish summit, ar fld, in fog but prob no view anyway. field edge from rd due west RHW06/01/2002
Jonathan Russell12/11/2017
carole engel05/11/2017
Fred Windsor28/10/2017