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Name:Howler's Heath
Hill number:17156
Height:182m / 597ft
Parent (Ma):2854  Worcestershire Beacon
RHB Section:38B: West Gloucestershire, Hereford & Worcester
County/UA:Gloucestershire (CoU)
Catchment:Severn
Class:Tump (100-199m)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:SO 75091 35523
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:58m
Col:124m  SO753359  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 150
(1:25k) 190
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 29 users)ByDate of Ascent
Track from south leads into wood with hp just a little to the left of the path.clivevilla10/09/2017
Found the top just inside the woodland - making it the 9th of the day. Great day out for me and Deana.summitter25/08/2017
Excellent track up from south before entering pasture and then summit wood.Campbell Singer15/08/2017
From Toney's Farm.Jemma Singer15/08/2017
4/5(Pen Hill/Wistley Hill/Chase End Hill/Howlers Heath/Midsummer Hill)Fergalh19/07/2017
Parked on verge at SO748347 and followed marked footpath and track across field into copse.Ramblingpaul12/07/2017
Open woodland with wild Daffodils.RichardM17/03/2017
Within a small enclosed woodland amongst a profusion of flowering yellow daffodils and bramble. HP obvious by tall tree, surrounded by oak and sweet chestnut leaves. Great swathes of daffodils in flower cover this whole area, woodland and and pasture. I have never seen so many apparently wild .Denise 17/02/2017
Roadside parking near scout camp, up and down on forest track. Track very over grown/missing near top.rhalstead31/07/2016
I couldn't see the one path on the ground, but then I passed a sign which proved I was on it.Alancache04/03/2016
Up path from the SSW and then a short distance into the woods.Herbert Anchovy03/02/2016
From south. Slender ash tree at hp. Sunny but cold windy afternoonRHW30/01/2016
With Colin Henshall about50m into the woodland from the north westvegibagger09/09/2015
From south on FP, tracks in wood were easier to follow than FP. With D&BPeterD20/06/2015
On a round of 7 tumps from Holybush quarry car park. Approached on RoW from W. Obvious HP approx 25m S of path in light deciduous woodland.jonglew28/02/2015
Vertical feet at last! From south.arranc20/02/2015
Christmas Day circuit from Hollybush via Midsummer Hill, Eastnor Obelisk, Wayend Street, Howler's Heath, Chase End Hill and Ragged Stone Hill. HP seems to be left of track if entering wood from NW corner.milimana25/12/2014
Malvern Wells to Ledbury. A few steps into the scrubby woodland finds the HP.Smudge12/04/2014
Andy West12/05/2020
KC25/01/2020
Hoppity18/08/2019
danduponty30/03/2019
andrew brown29/07/2017
mnixon24/12/2016
Adrian09/10/2016
stevent080925/10/2015
iaindbrown17/09/2014
GordonAdshead15/05/2014
Thorny01/08/1975