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Name:Rednal Hill North Top
Hill number:5483
Height:250m / 820ft
Parent (Ma):2870  Walton Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Birmingham (UA)
Catchment:Trent
Class:Current County/UA Top
(CoU)
Grid ref:SO 99589 76581
Summit feature:four trees
Drop:2m
Col:248m  SO996764  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 139
(1:25k) 219S
Observations:position of small 250m ring contour; another summit 70m south at SO 99613 76516 may be as high
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  • Birmingham current county/UA top

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Up from the golf course for commanding views from this end spur of the pretty Lickey Hills to the east over Longbridge -the former British Leyland then MG Rover car works where in 2000 the last of the 5,387,862 iconic minis made there rolled off the production line driven by Lulu the 60s pop star to the music of the Italian job which made it famous. In 1906 the first prototype Austin car driven by Herbert Austin set out for a trial run over these Lickey Hills . Later during WWll munitions and Hurricane and Lancaster wings were made there.Chris Pearson06/04/2019
Couple of dirt pull-ins due N of this top, track leads up through the heather etc.jonglew28/03/2019
It wasn't entirely clear (to me) where the peaks were on Rednal Hill, but walked the whole ridge just to be sure I was bagging both. Really nice hill formation. Hardly came across anyone else. The crowd was over on Beacon Hill, west of the golf course.sjb02/03/2019
Parked on B4120 to SE. SO 009762. With Rednall Hill.David Evans04/02/2019
Rednal Hill NT, Renal Hill and Beacon Hill from Barnt Green Station.Fred Windsor04/01/2019
With H & AMandChills30/12/2018
Christmas Eve Eve wall. Parked at Lickey Lips cafe and did 3.5km loops over Beacon Hill and both Rednal tops.Fionalevey23/12/2018
After Rednall hill. Two for one here!KC08/12/2018
TD, C & HThis Dog02/09/2018
9th and final top of a 28.7km route from Stourbridge Junction station to Longbridge, climbing Wychbury Hill, The Four Stones, Walton Hill, Romsley Hill, Chapman's Hill, Frankley Beeches, Beacon Hill, Rednal Hill and easily continuing North to record 251m @ SO 99614 76503(sandstone) and 251m @ SO 99587 76581 beside young pine, 1 of four creating a canopy of sorts. I dropped on to Eachway lane, Meadvale road, onto Heronswood road, over the main road to Lickey road then footpath cycle way through Longbridge village to the station.Dazingdale01/09/2018
Parked at golf club. A really pleasant walk along the western base of Rednal Hill, up via the Woodpecker Trail, to the North summit at the four trees, up the ridgeline path to Rednal hill summit, and back along the ridge to watch the sunset.Nick Down131/08/2018
Very easy walk from Eachway Lane. Photographed both contour rings.moorsman05/08/2018
Walk from parents place via Cofton Park and to the Rednal tram terminus - up and over both Rednal Hill tops and back for a cup of tea.ChinnockC02/06/2018
Barnt Green Station -> Cofton Hill -> Rednal Hill -> Rednal Hill North Top -> Longbridge Stationbriandiggle30/05/2018
Walked from Longbridge station. Surprisingly good view in no small part due to the number of trees that appear to be the victim of lightning strikes!jedthehumanoid10/05/2018
From the layby on Eachway Road. Quiet for a Sunday morning.Play2End29/04/2018
A day trip down to Birmingham to collect a speaker cabinet...and 15 new hills completed on the journey :) All done by the simplest methods already given by othersthe_adam27/01/2018
Quick and steep walk up from north where there are a couple of parking spots. Excellent viewpoint.Campbell Singer12/11/2017
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
Along with Rednal Hill and Beacon Hill.Aye Jimmy20/08/2017
Lovely walk from golf course car park: great view but almost too hot!RocksRock09/07/2017
From the Beacon Hill car park to the mock castle and then through the woods and golf course to Rednal Hill. Along the ridge to the north top and then back again over the golf course. A really nice walk and interesting to see that most of the golf course was ridge and furrow.Herbert Anchovy03/02/2017
From Beacon hill car park. Over Beacon hill then down & up through the woods to Rednal hill. Along the ridge to the North top &back across the golf course to Beacon hill. Lovely area though popular.mart079727/12/2016
Pleasant stroll from Rednal Hill summit then back to Beacon Hill.Wycombe Wanderer24/12/2016
From Eachway LaneBramley16/09/2016
Evening stroll around Beacon Hill, Rednal Hill and NT.rhalstead17/07/2016
Lots of tree chopping been going on..must have opened the view up.stig_nest22/04/2016
From South top on round from Beacon Hill. Views over LongbridgePeterD20/03/2016
From Beacon Hill following Woodpecker trail along side the golf course and up over Rednal Hill. Second Hill of the day.Viroco20/03/2016
A warm-up walk with Eire, before the National Cross Country Championship Event at Cofton Park.Dangerous Dave12/03/2016
Parked 99900 75877, pleasant round taking in both Rednal Hills and Beacon Hill.callumorr06/12/2015
From Eachway Lane. Pleasant hill.ngthack29/11/2015
Parked to the north at 995767. A short uphill walk to the summit trees. A very pleasant spot.bolton19/10/2015
Longbridge-Rednal Hill-Rednal Hill N Top-Beacon Hill-Barnt Green with Bert.campagvelocet25/07/2015
Circuit of Cofton, Bilberry, Rednal and Beacon Hills from the visitor centre.milimana11/04/2015
saved the best for last! the final top of 7 for today. back home in time for tea!mcallmar10/04/2015
1/6 quick hop up from road below. Great views a good county top to bagFergalh22/03/2015
Part of a Lickey loop, from the visitor centre and round the Tumps.DanHolme24/01/2015
Parked on Eachway lane and took 3 dogs and the mrs to top. Nice trees.electricratman19/10/2014
From N: path along ridgeRHW31/08/2014
Parked at the Lickey Hills golf course and walked up the path parallel to it through the woods. Struggled with toes injury but enjoyed a nice picnic at the top. Good clear day.andyhudson06/08/2014
From Lickey Hills visitor centre - Bilberry Hill - Rednal Hill and returnijpowell21/04/2014
Barnt Green to Stourbridge Junction. Didn't realise the significance of this point until I came to log the Tump!Smudge19/01/2014
Unrestricted and easy parking on Eachway Lane to north. Good gravel path to top. Obvious top on small knoll within clump of trees. Very good views over the city.Hillsidenick28/10/2013
My Dad and I on father's day.OLIVERS16/06/2013
Five minute walk up from the road to the north.clivevilla29/04/2013
Also could not find the bolt recently added to Trig Pointing at 99585 76606arranc17/04/2013
#1 of 3 today. Just over a mile from the car park near the Beacon Hill 'castle' although not much of a view in the fog. Quite muddy through the golf course.Newton Maximus16/11/2012
I visited Rednal Hill while doing several county tops in the area. Quick 20 minute stroll.magirob06/11/2012
Alonechindit30/10/2012