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Name:Hart Hill
Hill number:17065
Height:263m / 863ft
Parent (Ma):2862  Ruardean Hill
RHB Section:38B: West Gloucestershire, Hereford & Worcester
County/UA:Gloucestershire (CoU)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:SO 54112 03194
Summit feature:no feature: ground on N side of Windward House
Col:179m  SO576072  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 162
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 18 users)ByDate of Ascent
As others, staying a few nights at YHA St Briavels Castle.Dugswell224/08/2018
Parked on building site car park at end of drive and walked up the drive. Didn't see anybody except builders in the distance.clivevilla22/02/2017
2nd and last hill of the day on my penultimate Offas Dyke path walk from Monmouth to Chepstow.Branched off route onto track and left large rucksack next to footpath. Walked up driveway and asked permission from the gardener. As she pondered this, i walked to a clump of trees next to the house that looked like the highest point. The land abutting the house looked high too.Continued on to Monmouth. Weather got better later on.Dazingdale21/10/2016
Parked at Herbert Anchovy's pull in and walked up lane, by way and through gates up drive after asking a workman if it was OK. Assured me that the owners were very nice people. No doubt, they are a perfect match for a very nice house.Campbell Singer21/09/2016
Fascinating house on top of the hill owned by Clifford and his wife, It's part old part new architect designed by Alison Brookes who's won a Sterling prize. Fascinating.vegibagger04/04/2016
As others. Parking not easy.PeterD08/08/2015
Small pull in at about SO 5436 0331. Did as jonglew although on the way down I discovered there's a gate so no need to potentially damage the wall trying to climb over it. Nice flower rich meadow with mown path to Windward House and lovely veteran chestnut near the top. Highest point within garden I think so stopped at fence.Herbert Anchovy07/05/2015
Parking difficult, eventually left car at entrance to access track for Fairways and The Hollies. Over stone wall and wire stock fence; pasture to HP on N side of Windward House, probably in their grounds as grass mown and daffs shooting.jonglew21/02/2015
driveway adj road RHW04/01/2003
Date uncertain. Solo backpacking. Offa's Dyke PathPete West01/01/1998
Just off ODP.arranc21/09/1995
andrew brown29/07/2017
David Bell02/05/2009