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Name:Blake's Wood
Hill number:17075
Height:243m / 797ft
Parent (Ma):2862  Ruardean Hill
RHB Section:38B: West Gloucestershire, Hereford & Worcester
County/UA:Gloucestershire (CoU)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:SO 55356 12084
Summit feature:no feature: woodland
Col:208m  SO552124  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 162
(1:25k) OL14W
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 22 users)ByDate of Ascent
From Staunton, parking on no through road by church. Easy stroll.milimana11/02/2019
From Staunton church. Permissive path. Top is a bank on the ast side at 55353 12091.clivevilla04/12/2018
Parked off road to SE of the church. Bagged the CBM at the church then ambled up to Tump summit.Dugswell225/08/2018
Hike from Symonds Yateilidh_hikes09/11/2017
From Staunton Church. Pleasant lane into wood.Campbell Singer14/08/2017
FRom Staunton Church.Barbara Singer14/08/2017
From Staunton. Easy stroll up bridle wayJemma Singer14/08/2017
From ne which I think is vegibagger route. Woodland summit, not an embankment, but natural ground with track to W side cut into it.RHW03/09/2016
Clockwise curling track up from main road to the northvegibagger29/03/2016
Up forest track from road. HP short distance from track.PeterD25/05/2015
A short walk up the track from Staunton on way to a wild boar meeting in Coleford. Top was among some coppice with dormouse boxes attached to a few of the trees.Herbert Anchovy27/03/2015
From Staunton on signed path into wood. 15.00.arranc05/03/2015
Approached from SW after Old Hills. Some interesting scrambles up steep muddy embankments after Swan Pool. Reasonably obvious HP on E side RoW in mainly beech woodland.jonglew21/02/2015
Walked over from Buck Stone, high point just off track.rhalstead15/12/2013
andrew brown29/07/2017
Tony J05/05/2017