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Name:Brampton Scar
Hill number:17006
Height:334m / 1096ft
Parent (Ma):2855  Bradnor Hill
RHB Section:38B: West Gloucestershire, Hereford & Worcester
County/UA:Herefordshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (300-399m)
Grid ref:SO306605 (est)
Col:286m  SO298600  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 137 148
(1:25k) 201N
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 17 users)ByDate of Ascent
From Knill - glorious, if slightly foggy February morning.DanMaisieBex22/02/2019
Easy walk from Rushock Hill or, if doing this one only, there is adequate parking at both sides of the ford just north of Nash. The fun comes in finding the trig. Is is not, as shown on the map, in the field, but in the woods alongside. It requires a crawl through the hedge and a scout round to find it as it is deeply hidden in the shade and so hard to spot.moorsman07/08/2018
Out and back from Rushock Hill following Row. Went round quarry and found trig a short way south in the Wood.PeterD26/06/2018
Circuit from Kington after Herrock and Rushock Hills. Detour along field boundary from stile on Mortimer Trail but the trig took some hunting down. It's close to a field gate and the southern edge of the projecting woodland - some bent fencing allows a way in through the blackthorn.milimana16/09/2016
Parked at end of lane at 588297 then walked along the Mortimer Trail to within 20 yards of the trig. Possibly not the shortest way to bag this one but very pleasant and easy to follow.clivevilla23/05/2016
On a walk from Titley to Kington via the P30's: Little Brampton Scar top, Rushock Hill and Herrock Hill. The Trig Pillar seems to be at the high spot but is fully obscured by trees (near the old quarry).summitsup01/08/2013
In wooded area.arranc10/03/2011
trig in S edge of wdld approx at summit. from N: f/p then steep deciduous woodland RHW10/12/2005
andrew brown15/05/2018
Tony J04/03/2015