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Name:Grug Hill
Hill number:17211
Height:143m / 469ft
Parent (Ma):2087  Cadair Berwyn
RHB Section:38A: Shropshire
County/UA:Shropshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SJ 37574 23242
Summit feature:stones near edge of old quarry
Col:84m  SJ381211  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 126
(1:25k) 240
Observations:ground 12m E at SJ 37586 23241 may be as high
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 20 users)ByDate of Ascent
From NW. Brambles and bracken over fallen trees not too awkward at this time of year. A very pleasant wood with a fox at the top. Big hole is impressive.fasgadh29/12/2019
From the posh gate at nw corner of the wood. Overgrown in places but pleasant summit ridge.Campbell Singer14/10/2019
over gate from road corner, bracken and brambles in placescjo25/08/2019
New gate & up through wood to quarry edge as others. Bracken OK at this time of year.ngthack18/02/2019
HP is accessed from forest track to the north, through easy bramble to a small ridge of dying autumnal bracken. There was a small cairn on top, close to a fence with steep sided quarry beyond. No views as in mixed pine and deciduous woodland.Denise 27/10/2017
Via foot path and forest tracks from road to N. High point on ridge of rough ground with dry bracken and scattered birch. Low wire fence to S bounds vertical face of an impressive quarried gash.RichardM27/10/2017
From new gate at NW corner of wood, LH track then up through undergrowth to brackeny mound highest point 7m from fence. Stepped over fence to a few stones and to admire the drop into the quarry.Aye Jimmy18/10/2017
Incorrectly summited at first, alas and dammit. Myriad insectiformes followed. Wire barbed and trees felled. Certainly not to be attempted again.nwormgage31/05/2017
2/6 day of Shrumping with nwormage. Grug or Grieg (as in welsh pronunciation)? Accidentally went to wrong top, took a bit of work to locate the quarry. I quite like grug hill, the small rocky top at the head of the quarry is quite rewarding, and a little bit hill-ish.tumpawumpa31/05/2017
Much the same as the rest,the bracken is now dying down you will be pleased to know :-)heavyhorses30/10/2016
From the usual corner. Followed track around anticlockwise which led to the quarry. Fair play thats an impressive hole! Easy ascent up right side to a brackeny top area. No issues. Accompanied by Laura.W on a 10 shrump (Shropshire tump) afternoon.stig_nest04/05/2016
With stig_nest. Easy walk following track to the right. Quite an eerie feeling wood though.Laura.W04/05/2016
Parked on verge on road corner as gate was open. However, the top is surrounded by the biggest ferns I have ever seen - easily over head height, all matted together with many fallen tree limbs cocealed beneath. Also a fair few brambles so I suggest leaving this one until Winter.clivevilla20/09/2015
From S, RoW then skirt round rhododendrons.RHW14/03/2015
Parked in Lane due W of top: Forest not too difficult, but several large fallen trees to negotiate. Danger sign above quarry also in Welsh.GordonAdshead27/01/2015
From SJ 380 233. Top is 5+ metres on the safe side of the quarry fence or just at the edge of the drop (SJ 37589 23233) - take your pick. Also visited the 141 m HP - just in case.summitsup10/01/2015
andrew brown13/05/2016
Alex C27/02/2015