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Name:Clayton Wood
Hill number:17081
Height:237m / 778ft
Parent (Ma):2862  Ruardean Hill
RHB Section:38B: West Gloucestershire, Hereford & Worcester
County/UA:Gloucestershire (CoU)
Catchment:Severn, Catchment Boundaries, Wye
Class:Tump (200-299m)
(Tu,2)
Grid ref:ST 55203 99814
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:54m
Col:183m  SO565010  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 162
(1:25k) OL14W 167
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 19 users)ByDate of Ascent
From EH car park, tracks then overgrown wood.rhalstead26/01/2019
Trig, Tump and Devil's Pulpit.Dugswell225/08/2018
Parked where the road turned into track, walked up the track and then across a field and up a short, easy distance through the wood.clivevilla22/02/2017
Carried Charlie up to the wood and into dense brambles to what could be the summit.Campbell Singer21/09/2016
With Charlie, Campbell and Vicky. Very overgrown. From car park but could have driven up to within 300 ms along Miss Grace's Lane and parked in field entrance. Charlie was intrepid aged 4 months.Barbara Singer21/09/2016
In my buggy from the car park. Carried in my harness from Miss Grace's Lane across field and into woods. Deep in dense brambles. Easier than walking but I'm still only 4 months. I love looking at trees.Charlie Singer21/09/2016
Sunset stroll from S, lane as others. Last of four post work Fri eve tumps en route to Pembs island fest.RHW22/07/2016
From the track at Sheepcote over the gate into field with three horses and into the woods where it was obviously a meter or so higher a hundred metres into it. Wandered about and south for a bit on tree detritus and low level brambles.vegibagger04/09/2015
Same as othersPeterD08/08/2015
Followed trail from Beacon Ash car park to pick up trig pointRamblingpaul12/07/2015
As arranc and jonglew.Herbert Anchovy07/05/2015
From Miss Graces Lane. Over 2 BWF. Felled trees and brash.arranc05/03/2015
Parking on Miss Graces Lane. Short walk on field boundary to Clayton Wood. Scrubby mixed woodland with a lot of brushwood. HP not too obvious but reasonably so. GPS recorded no higher than 224m.jonglew21/02/2015
Tony J16/12/2018
andrew brown29/07/2017
stevent080908/01/2017
Dusty03/10/2016
Adrian24/09/2016
David Bell02/05/2009