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Name:Bourton Westwood
Hill number:17059
Height:270m / 886ft
Parent (Ma):2847  Callow Hill
RHB Section:38A: Shropshire
County/UA:Shropshire (CoU)
Catchment:Severn
Class:Tump (200-299m)
(Tu,2)
Grid ref:SO 60356 97902
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:46m
Col:224m  SO601983  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 138
(1:25k) 217
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Please report via the contact page any logs you see below which describe or encourage acts of trespass, and mention the hill number and hill name.

Logged Descriptions  (logged by 16 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked in small layby at SO599 967 and followed track, then path and then tramlines through a ripening crop of barley. Summit within the barley with trig over the hedge in a small horse paddock. Managed to hack a path through brambles, cleavers, nettles, hogweed etc which had filled a gap in the hedge so got to the trig too, passing through a small gated compound for the comms mast.Herbert Anchovy18/07/2019
Fourth of a 4 tump circuit from Wenlock Edge car park. Took lane from just outside Bourton, then SE side of hedgeline. Walked up field boundary until I could see the trig on the other side of hedge but field only very recently planted so didn't venture further. ROW better defined as it approached Much Wenlock.milimana15/04/2019
Drove up the drive to the impressive farm and asked permission to go over the field. The young farmer was happy to agree.Campbell Singer25/01/2018
Along wide grassy field margin from muddy foot path to SE. Very gently domed summit in crop field. Men working on new Comms. mast in field with trig point.RichardM25/01/2018
Parked then walked across field from the SE to bag Tump summit and trig with Adrian.Dugswell222/01/2017
Cultivated field, trig nearby in field over a hedge. With DouglasAdrian22/01/2017
from Bourton Grange- a decent track deteriorates to an overgrown path. corn and maize crops in fields to top. not great for hay fever. trig is behind hedge and not the highest point. returned via a direct route to road.Laura.W02/06/2016
From SO 598 966.summitsup25/04/2015
Parked on the B4378 and walked up along field boundaries to reduce the chance of an encounter with a farmer. It worked well except that the trig point is in a small field next to the farm and there were some noisy ewes in that field who thought I was going to feed them. No farmer appeared.clivevilla25/03/2015
Trig in field.stig_nest11/03/2015
Walked up right of way from main road and then followed field boundary. Small pony now living in field with trig :-)heavyhorses04/03/2015
11.50am, second hill after an initial wander for a kilometre and a half on northern end of Wenlock edgevegibagger16/04/2014
Wander over from farm.arranc06/12/2011
RHW22/01/2005
asbown03/04/2018
andrew brown17/04/2016