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Name:Apley Terrace
Hill number:17222
Height:133m / 436ft
Parent (Ma):2843  The Wrekin
RHB Section:38A: Shropshire
County/UA:Shropshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SO 72467 98091
Summit feature:ground by tree on W side of track
Col:81m  SO716995  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 138
(1:25k) 218
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 19 users)ByDate of Ascent
7th top of 9 today, having visited Hob Hill, Puleston, Chetwynd Park, Lilleshall, Redhill and Lizard. I parked at the layby on the road then used the footpath, under the swaying Willow tree then up grassy track beside field edge to gate, giving access to the track leading to the summit. Back the same way. Onward to Hermitage Hill...Dazingdale09/11/2019
From the E as clivevilla, track past the Manor house, under weeping willows by pond then along hedge line into wood. Summit first then trig.Aye Jimmy01/06/2019
PROW then field of sheep via trig pillarcjo21/12/2018
As Herbert Anchovy. Good parking at start of fp. Field full of sheep. Over point to point jump and onto good woodland track to top.Campbell Singer21/08/2018
Parked on verge at start of manor track. RoW not marked on the ground. Then up tram lines in arable crops to woods and path to high point. The adjacent field was being mown but think I managed to get up unobserved.Herbert Anchovy20/06/2018
An easy walk from the east past the Manor with two gates to open with Alex and Smudge then bag down to use the gate to bag the trig at the edge of the field.Dugswell215/01/2017
Carbagging with Dugswell & AC. As per Stig & others. Route is visible from nearby farm buildings and manor house.Smudge15/01/2017
Much the same as Clive. I would point out that the summit is easily accessed through a gate at top of field. Returning to this gate and then backtracking along the field in the direction of summit brings you to the trig without any need for scaling fences. If the summit area is ever cleared of trees the view will be a stunner.stig_nest30/06/2016
With Stig who once again talked to the farm animals and got licked by one of the moocows. If he was a badger badger badger he would have been shot by now. summit easier to locate than the trig pillar. Nice views though rain coming...Laura.W30/06/2016
Parked in wide entrance to FP to the east. Walked on that FP then continued on that line along a field edge to the top of the field. At the top of the field there is a track heading along the ridge inside the wooded area. This avoids a fence but, if you wish to bag the trig too, you cannot avoid at least one fence.clivevilla23/03/2016
From SO 73379 96214 on public FP then along the NW side of the hedge from SO 72975 98014 returning along the Terrace path to follow field edge from SO 72751 97250 thence to rejoin the public FP. Shame that this superb area is privately coveted.summitsup10/04/2015
From E, summit just inside wood. Some way N of trig hence revisit.RHW15/03/2015
ROW from east.arranc28/02/2009
carole engel18/04/2019
andrew brown17/06/2017
Alex C15/01/2017