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Name:Great Doward
Hill number:17119
Height:201m / 659ft
Parent (Ma):2857  Garway Hill
RHB Section:38B: West Gloucestershire, Hereford & Worcester
County/UA:Herefordshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:SO 54876 16444
Summit feature:no feature: ground on paved area
Col:118m  SO543162  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 162
(1:25k) OL14W
Observations:ground near location of spot height may be higher but is man-made
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 22 users)ByDate of Ascent
From SO533163 via Little DowardTony J27/01/2018
From the SW around the top edge of a quarry. Not a great route. The summit is the display area for paving and patio furniture sales. I cannot imagine they get much passing trade.clivevilla17/01/2018
Also in need of slabs for garden but whilst nice stock seemed a long way to take 12 or so home, good research thonordicstar04/10/2017
A maze of fps of which a couple lead to the top. Very narrow lanes for the car. Best approaching in an anti-clockwise direction. Patioed summit.Campbell Singer13/08/2017
With Campbell and Jemma and a little white and grey cat.Barbara Singer13/08/2017
While staying at Goodrich.Jemma Singer13/08/2017
Followed signs to E&I Williams and parked near the top. Got out and pretended to take an interest in the paving slabs etc (I do actually need some slabs for our patio but none of the ones on display were suitable).Herbert Anchovy08/06/2017
From SW along Byway to Williams yard, up ramp to paved area.PeterD14/04/2017
Indistinct point under water tower, next to garden stonework display.Denise 08/01/2017
Along the delightfully named Leaping Stocks Rd. Level paved display area of E&I Williams garden furnishings next to elevated steel water tower. At end of track, no gates, no notices so not as difficult to access as might be imagined.RichardM08/01/2017
Parked at bottom of Meeks Well Lane and followed lane and overgrown footpaths to the summitRamblingpaul07/06/2016
From Whitchurch and then onto Little Doward.bevandy11414/05/2016
Followed Sandyway Lane to top, OS spot ht on road behind house; 4ft ramp leads up to paved area displaying gardenware for sale, near a metal water tower. This paved area taken to be at or near natural highpoint.RHW30/01/2016
From Leeping Stocks reserve car park, on bridal paths to HP that can be reached without trespass on the Williams.arranc26/08/2015
Would have been better to try to find the top in winter when less vegetation to impede the view.RobertP07/06/2015
andrew brown29/07/2017