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Name:Hanging Hill
Hill number:5539
Height:237m / 778ft
Parent (Ma):2869  Cleeve Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:South Gloucestershire (UA)
Catchment:Avon (Bristol)
Class:Current County/UA Top
(CoU)
Grid ref:ST 71734 70278
Summit feature:ground by gate of Avon Fire Brigade HQ
Drop:3m
Col:234m  ST719697  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 172
(1:25k) 155
Observations:corresponds to position of spot height on map
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill
Notes:
  • South Gloucestershire current county/UA top

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 88 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Maverick Somerset Long course (25km & 650vm)Fionalevey07/09/2019
Followed Avon Fire Brigade track to HQ front gates. Agree with DanMaisieBex that over gate to left, bend in track is higher. Very overgrown knoll maybe 80m to ESE seems higher again (easiest to go back down lane to approach this). Continued along Cotswold Way to trig point.Aye Jimmy07/07/2019
Drove up the road following a family trip to Bath.summitter25/08/2018
From the monument car park. Enjoyable circuit of the fire station gates, high point of track beyond gate opposite, the knoll 20-30 yards ESE - which, regrettably, seems higher -, the trig point/view point and Sir Bevill Grenville's monumentNick Down124/08/2018
From lay by top by entrance gates.Bramley24/07/2018
Parked at lay-by near the Civil War memorial and where the Cotswold Way crosses the road. Walk along Cotswold Way to top. A little further along CW there is a fabulous view over Bristol and South Glos.jedthehumanoid23/05/2018
From the monument car park on a beautiful morning. Could have driven along if so inclined.Campbell Singer17/11/2017
From the monument car park across very busy road and along tarmac track to the gate.Barbara Singer17/11/2017
Parked up at lay by close to civil war monument which I visited first. Then crossed the road and walked to the Fire Service HQ gates. Got a great sighting of two Roe Deer on the way back to the car!Gerry the Ranger08/09/2017
Quick park up and stroll with Russ. There's a civil war monument the other side of the road with some shockingly poor poetry on it.Richard07/05/2017
Parked up in a layby to the S ( very busy for a Sunday ) & then walked in via the Avon F&RS track. HP would seem to be ST71738 70258 as the track which leads away from the fire service gateway is certainly higher. Also did the trig.DanMaisieBex04/12/2016
just meFriesidepixie20/09/2016
Parked in layby at end of driveway. You have to hop over a bwf to the left into a brambly bit just before the gates.clivevilla26/08/2016
With the dog and my daughter, parked in layby then walked to monument (Britains oldist war monument 1720 for 1643 battle), then back over road to fire brigades gate and on to overgrown trig point and round to get good view between trees, then back to car.Walkingthedog18/08/2016
From lay-by at monument. Short walk along road opposite. With DT.CJM17/08/2016
With CJM from car parking at monument for battle of Lansdown. An easy walk to the Avon fire gate.bolton17/08/2016
From the lay by at the Sir Bevil Grenville monument to the high point by the Fire and Rescue centre, and on to the trig pointMariana Trench02/06/2016
Quick walk from side of roadOwain G10/01/2016
Solo. You can drive up to this one if you want and turn just before the Avon Fire Brigade training place.simon and co06/12/2015
with the Hanging Hill trig pillar to the westvegibagger07/04/2015
Short walk along Cotswold Way from roadside parking. Then on to bag the trig.Dugswell226/03/2015
Simple walk from Civil war battle site car parkFergalh27/11/2014
Quick stop on last leg of Cotswold Way, which also takes in the trig point. Nice to have some firm ground underfoot as most of the 10 miles between Cold Ashton and Bath was horrible mud. Decent fort at North Stoke to visit as well.thesweetcheat28/12/2013
Walking the Cotswold Waywindridge13/09/2013
Visited all the Bristol/Bath area highpoints in one daymagirob05/03/2013
Easing parking and just 600 yards from the road along the Cotswold Way. No views from the summit itself but you will be on CCTV.Newton Maximus04/01/2013
Parked the van at Lansdown P & R. Then north to golf course to pick up Cotswold way to trig point and then onto top.Overthehilljill02/10/2012
easy bag.Adrian16/08/2012
Parked near Swan at Swinefordwilliambloke17/02/2011
Was staying in the Toghill Farm B&B while visiting Bath. A Very short evening trip by car from the farm to this point.NilsOS08/07/2010
Circular walk from North Stoke taking in the 1643 Civil War battle field and a walk across Bath Race Course (no racing today) to bag Lansdown Hill tump.jonglew21/03/2010
As JL.destaylor12/11/2009
Quite informative information trail from the trig to the monument about the civil war battle that took place there. Lots of blackberries on Cotswold Way path that runs parallel to the access road. Good views, Wales is possible but to cloudy to tell forPepandJen18/09/2009
Parked on main road, then a 5 minute walk to high point.The Team01/08/2009
Visited while walking part of the Cotswolds Wayrhalstead25/07/2009
Summit is near the gate also some interesting bumps in the field although its covered in nettles .You can only do this top justice by heading for the trig pillar a nice piece of history here.hodder15/07/2009
Easy from the road and then on to the trigpoint.asbown10/06/2009
Climbed up with the bairn from the road to the north and then went on to the trig. Must also have come near here when I did the Cotswold Way with school in the late 80s.Herbert Anchovy29/05/2009
Agree high point is near gate but you have to walk to the trig as well don't you? Interesting battle site nearby.signyred07/11/2008
Whilst doing Cotswold Way with AndyPeterD15/09/2008
What cold weather for Easter. Did this top as a family before going to trig point. Heigh point could be 5m south, just over the 5 bar gate, 10m short of Fire HQ.Father Ted21/03/2008
Parked here for trig pillarRHW22/07/2007
Park in the Race Course CP followed the Golf Course path to the summit trig pillar close by (500m W) (S2572) at ST 71251 70162 235.384mTony Hartry18/04/2007
Bagged without even realising it when we helped my M&D walk the first bit of the Cotswold Way. Nice walk, great views.wheresthepath06/03/2006
Spot height is by gate of Avon Fire Brigade HQ. Walk to trig pillar 470m to W for good views.webmaster04/05/2003
on Cotswold Way with Patricia and Tedarranc21/06/1992
arjh05/07/2019
geoffreycurnock02/12/2018
sglennon02/07/2018
Alan Whatley16/06/2018