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Name:Midsummer Hill
Hill number:17046
Height:284m / 932ft
Parent (Ma):2854  Worcestershire Beacon
RHB Section:38B: West Gloucestershire, Hereford & Worcester
County/UA:Herefordshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:SO 75960 37524
Summit feature:no feature: ground on path c25m N of shelter
Col:204m  SO756380  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 150
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Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 142 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Cool Hill to finish the Malvern Ridge. The spirit of the Malverns is the prevalence of ancient fortifications.tumpawumpa29/10/2019
Can we go home now?nwormgage29/10/2019
From Hollybush carpark to a summit absolutely heaving on a Bank Holiday Sunday! Continued to Swinyard.Aye Jimmy05/05/2019
Not a breath of wind....beautifulToobuddy01/04/2019
BUFW walk from Chase End. Chase Hill End, Ragged Stone Hill,Midsummer Hill , Swinyard Hill, and Hereford Beacon along the South Malverns dge, cloudy but fine.Lou17/02/2019
Third of four on a glorious sunny day. Superb views.SteveG15/02/2019
From Hollybush carpark (North loop of 1 hour walk. Nice frosty weather, a little bit of snow on the ground, sun behind snow clouds for a dramatic effect. With Leeloo.wywroota31/01/2019
M&C NYD walkMandChills01/01/2019
With TJB after Swinyard Hilltrimarc228/12/2018
steep pull from carpark to the shelter and trig rivetcjo23/12/2018
final hill of a linear walk from malvern link bumped into a man with two dogs who gave me a lift from the car park to ledbury for a train homecolinfielding25/10/2018
Third summit on a linear trek of the Malvern Hillsroadbiker3230/09/2018
Gullet Quarry and Midsummer Hill walkfellowsa27/08/2018
Southern Malverns walk with Andyprwild22/07/2018
9 mile walk from minor road east of Swinyard Hill, followed path to east of ridge passing British Camp reservoir and onto Herefordshire Beacon (4th visit), followed ridge south to Swinyard Hill and well signposted footpath around to Midsummer Hill via the obelisk, descended down to A road then steep tracks up onto Ragged Stone Hill, descended then ascended onto Chase End Hill, followed paths and minor road back to car. Bagged Oyster Hill earlier that day, sunny/overcast but mild weather, nice little walk to end a hill count milestone year.DanTrig30/12/2017
Grand walk from British Camp car park- Midsummer Hill-Ragged Stone Hill- Chase End Hill- Swinyard Hill and Herefordshire Beacon. Superb views throughout. With Bridget and Oscar.catman05/11/2017
With Catman and Bridget.oscarrosie05/11/2017
With Catman and Oscar.rosiebridge05/11/2017
Revisit, this time from British Camp carpark via the reservoir. A fine September day with excellent views to the Black Mountains, Clee Hills and Cotswolds. Excellent hillfort, had a proper look at the eastern section that I didn't visit last time.thesweetcheat02/09/2017
An OTT shelter near the summit - but erected for the right reasons.summitter25/08/2017
From Hollybush car park up good path. A passive friendly dog was attacked by a belligerent Jack Russell at summit. The stupid owner had left his little dog off the lead and he claimed he hadn't seen the other dog. Five minutes later he had his dog off the lead again when it attacked another dog. Inconsiderate idiot.Campbell Singer15/08/2017
From Hollybush. Yet another brilliant vantage point.Jemma Singer15/08/2017
With Campbell and Jemma.Barbara Singer15/08/2017
With David as part of a longer circular walk taking in the southern end of the Malverns.Chingwakabungya13/08/2017
5/5(Pen Hill/Wistley Hill/Chase End Hill/Howlers Heath/Midsummer Hill)Fergalh19/07/2017
Last hill to be bagged before returning over Herefordshire BeaconDanMaisieBex02/07/2017
With Jo, from British Camp car park: Herefordshire Beacon, then generally along the ridge to Swinyard Hill, Midsummer Hill, Ragged Stone Hill and Chase End Hill. Returned along lower paths via the Obelisk and Dales Hall. Weather; generally sunny, windy, warm, good visibility.amblerbob09/06/2017
Walking the Malvern Spine (and back)Vertigo07/04/2017
Parked at Hollybush car park to south and walked up on western side of quarry. Splendid view point over green field patchwork, the Malvern spine and impressive Eastnor Castle. Small shelter commemorating Capt Sumer, died April 1917. The nearby obelisk also links to the same family.Denise 17/03/2017
Grassy track from Hollybush car park (free). Great little summit with fine views.RichardM17/03/2017
Run over the Malverns from Hollybush. Took in Herefordshire Beacon and Pinnacle Hill on the way out and Swinyard and Midsummer Hills on the return. About 8.5 miles in just under 2 hoursisabelle22/01/2017
It's hard to keep up with all these lists.Newton Maximus18/12/2016
11 mile loop from Gullet Quarry.liljonb12/11/2016
Part of walking trip across the length of the MalvernsPhil Mason18/09/2016
From Hollybush, Midsummer Hill and Swinyard Hill out and back.rhalstead31/07/2016
Part of the Pound end to end endeavour.thepounds19/07/2016
Parked on lane by Fairoaks Farm and followed path to summitRamblingpaul08/07/2016
Number three on my Malvern traverse. Great fun running up these hills, much better than my normal canal plod.Sam Dog14/05/2016
round via ridgeway monument and british campNorthender18/04/2016
With my wifesignyred14/03/2016
Lovely hill with information and a shelter. Trigpoint rivet on the roof too.Alancache04/03/2016
Circular walk from Hollybush carpark taking in Midsummer Hill and both of the Ragged Stone Hill peaks.Herbert Anchovy03/02/2016
With Bevsimon and co29/01/2016
Malverns North to Southcrax7327/09/2015
With Colin Henshall from track to the north west traveling in style in his black convertible SL500 Merc with Madder red leather seats and V8 5 litre engine.vegibagger09/09/2015
Colwall Station- Herefordshire Beacon- Millennium Hill - Swinyard Hill- Midsummer Hill- Somers Obelisk- Colwall Station (return much lower on the ridgeline). Skipped Hangmans hill in favour of the rather more interesting Clutters Cave. Great views and British Camp is spectacular. Rather a rush to get back for the stationgondegal15/07/2015
From Hollybush car park with D&B. A day before Midsummer day.PeterD20/06/2015
From Hollybush to the ramparts at the summitMariana Trench09/05/2015
Walked southern part of Malvern Hills from Hollybush to Hotel at the foot of British Campastokes28/04/2015
On a round of 7 tumps parking at the Holybush quarry car park, this was the first. Easy walk up from the S. Lovely hill at southern end of the Malverns. A definite HP and a trig rivet on the concrete NT shelter.jonglew28/02/2015