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Name:Berry Hill
Hill number:17086
Height:233m / 764ft
Parent (Ma):2862  Ruardean Hill
RHB Section:38B: West Gloucestershire, Hereford & Worcester
County/UA:Gloucestershire (CoU)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:SO574123 (est)
Col:203m  SO561119  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 162
(1:25k) OL14E OL14W
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 25 users)ByDate of Ascent
I think vegibagger has said pretty much all that's worth saying. I wondered if this Berry Hill was the dullest of the several hills with the same name but after looking at some of the others I'm not so sure.milimana11/02/2019
Three car block paved parking area at 05742 12346 at the start of the Crescent looks highest to me.clivevilla01/11/2018
A tricky one but managed all the same.Dugswell225/08/2018
Park up by the Crescent and walk to highest point. Have passed by here a few times so nice to officially log it.Gerry the Ranger11/08/2017
Easy, even by my standards. With Mum, Grandma and Pop.Charlie Singer22/09/2016
Agree with vegibagger. En route to Puzzlewood.Campbell Singer19/09/2016
4th roadside Tump in 40 minutes. Bagging made easy.Barbara Singer19/09/2016
Driveway of house at W end of The Crescent, N side of road. SO 57425 12344. Intrigued owner said 'It could be us or it could be the school, but I think it's us.' Couldn't spot school on the day but see one at SO578128 on obviously lower ground, as mapped. Covenham Rd to NE is a little lower I thinkRHW03/09/2016
Well if you park in the western end of the Crescent in the car pull in for 2-3 cars there is a snicket south through to Crow Ash Road and a minor mound on the path between both sets of houses,there's very slight mound where the hill- bagging green triangle lives, but I reckon the maroon tarmac hard standing up to two houses opposite, to the north of where I parked and where red Mazda WF59UUK has just pulled in, is in fact actually as good as the proper summit.vegibagger29/03/2016
Got out of car, got back in again.PeterD25/05/2015
En route to a wild boar meeting in Coleford. Didn't bother to get out of the car.Herbert Anchovy27/03/2015
Roadside HP at W end of The Crescent in residential area of Berry Hill.jonglew21/02/2015
Five Acres to Cinderford.Smudge23/11/2014
Housing estate, top on the Crescent.rhalstead15/12/2013
In villagearranc20/10/2012
andrew brown29/07/2017
Alex C30/01/2016