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Name:Walsgrove Hill
Hill number:17063
Height:265m / 869ft
Parent (Ma):2837  Brown Clee Hill
RHB Section:38B: West Gloucestershire, Hereford & Worcester
County/UA:Worcestershire (CoU)
Catchment:Severn
Class:Tump (200-299m)
(Tu,2)
Grid ref:SO 74325 65821
Summit feature:grassy knoll 20m N of bench
Drop:56m
Col:209m  SO743646  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 138 150
(1:25k) 204
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 33 users)ByDate of Ascent
Circular walk from Great Witley. Nicest views of the three.prwild25/05/2019
From N, short way up lane to f/p on left up steep sheepy fields to bench at top. Went over fence at S end of ridge to another top, long grass and comms dishes.Aye Jimmy12/05/2019
Steep climb through sheep field to bench at summit.cjo22/12/2018
Worcestershire WayHam and Skate17/11/2018
From lane off B4203, up steep footpath. Bench was a welcome site providing great views. A nice hill.Ramblingpaul17/07/2018
Steep grassy ascent on Worcestershire Way- bench on top from which to enjoy the views. Surprisingly, the snow drifts have not all melted, but its is sunny. The HP is at the north end of the ridge, unmarkedDenise 21/03/2018
Path from the N. to grassy ridge with bench. Great views W include the ornate Abberley Hall clock tower and distant Clee Hills. High point the grassy rise 25paces NNE of bench.RichardM21/03/2018
Attended Family History Seminar in Abberley Village Hall. With Judy managed to get to this pleasant top just as the sun was setting, before driving back home to Handforth.GordonAdshead25/02/2018
As part of the Abberley to Martley section of the Geopark Way. Fine little hill.milimana17/02/2018
Parked next to fp and ascended from nw. Bench with good views at top. Feeling overheated.Campbell Singer18/07/2017
With Jo, from Wynniattes Way Reservoir: Abberley Hill and Walsgrove Hill with a detour to the Abberley Hall Clock Tower. Weather; sunny at first, then rain, cold wind throughout, good visibility.amblerbob06/06/2017
A nice ridge walk along one of the shapely steep sided Abberly and Malvern Hills formed it is claimed by uplifting of old rocks during the closure of an ocean between Africa no Europe over a mere 100 million years or so . These older rocks have been more erosion resistant than surrounding rocks . A Geo Trail follows the crest of these hills .Trilobites are found here in the Silurian limestone - a fossil collectors perfect fossil - even though it looks like a wood louse.Chris Pearson30/04/2017
Short, steep walk from NE. Best of today's four hills by a long way.Herbert Anchovy04/07/2016
From North along FP. Agree with RHW that HP is just North of seat. Good views.PeterD17/04/2016
Variations on the Worcestershire Way from SO 74278 66068 to take in Walsgrave Hill (visited knolls on both sides of the fence to make sure), Woodbury Hill and Rodge Hill.summitsup25/03/2016
Up the Worcestershire Way on a foggy morning but it is quite a nice, steep, little hill.clivevilla18/03/2016
Path from N. 3 summits S and N of stile, the one north of bench higher.RHW13/02/2016
Taken as part of a Worcester way circular from Abberley villageNirobi9910/03/2015
From Hotel carpark up onto Abberley Hill, down then up to impressive clock tower, along Walsgrove Hill 'ridge', past Lippetts farm & up onto Woodbury Hill 'fort', misty start cleared to be crisp sunny & dry.apricorum23/11/2013
From Pub carpark with Andy & Minnie, Up Abberly to trig, down & across to Abberly Hall Clock Tower, up Warsgrove Hill, dowm past very muddy Easthope farm then up Woodbury Hill-fort & stone pyramid ??top, cold & frosty start, then warming with some sunshine.leeoohmaknee23/11/2013
On Worcestershire Way.arranc28/02/1991
carole engel19/04/2019
flakeyw01/01/2019
salen14/07/2018
andrew brown17/08/2016
Alex C16/07/2016
mnixon17/10/2015
nicolajane22/10/2014
Smudge02/02/2013
BrianMatthews22/08/2012
jnixon06/01/2012
melly106/01/2012
fasgadh04/04/1998