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Name:Huntsham Hill
Hill number:17208
Height:144m / 472ft
Parent (Ma):2862  Ruardean Hill
RHB Section:38B: West Gloucestershire, Hereford & Worcester
County/UA:Herefordshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SO 56270 16798
Summit feature:no feature: pasture
Col:106m  SO562162  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 162
(1:25k) OL14E OL14W
Observations:flat summit area
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 22 users)ByDate of Ascent
From SSW, taking ROW into pasture, where a sign says there is now a permissive path up and over the summit (keep left of the deer fence) to meet up with paths on the other side. So all very straightforward.milimana11/02/2019
Parked on forest track to W and went straight up through woods to summit in field.Tony J28/01/2018
From SW. Clear signs saying keep out but nobody about.clivevilla17/01/2018
Parking not a problem in the lane, done after the Symonds Yat viewpoint, a fine area thisnordicstar04/10/2017
As PeterD. Limited parking but fortunate to get one of three spaces on the narrow Symonds Yat road. Summit pasture is on private land. New fence is not a problem as the summit is outside the surrounded area.Campbell Singer14/08/2017
A new 6' deer fence has now been erected but the summit is outside of it so no need to climb it.andrew brown29/07/2017
Followed forest track and into field. Summit is pasture.Ramblingpaul28/09/2016
Easy walk from the Symonds Yat road.Jemma Singer14/08/2016
From w, forest road, up thru trees n outcrops by torchlight, summit pasture, descended path s then descended e and n to regain forest roadRHW30/01/2016
A final fourth little hill of the afternoon on the misty dusk,middle of a grassy field after walking up track from the east through the woods. With Colin Henshall from Tewkesbury.vegibagger02/11/2015
From parking space half way down hill. Along FP and then up pasture. Good view from top.PeterD06/09/2015
£3.50 to park at Symonds Yat, along road and up on bridle track thru wood to open grassy dome and to top. No cairn.arranc26/08/2015
Spent afternoon canoeing 9 miles down the Wye ending at Symonds Yat East. While my work collegaues headed off for showers I set off to bag this hill. A short walk north along the river from the canoe place carpark, then headed right up paths and short sections of roads. Picked up a permissive path across pasture to the top. Summit is fairly obvious although slightly flat restricting views. Signs of wild boar foraging in the pasture. Headed off through the woods, flushing a fox, and on to the Symonds Yat view point where I happily watched rats feasting on the bird food that someone had put out. Back to the Saracens Head for a good evening.Herbert Anchovy09/06/2015
With Bevbevandy11402/08/1997