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Name:Chapman's Hill
Hill number:17271
Height:287m / 942ft
Parent (Ma):2870  Walton Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Worcestershire (CoU)
Catchment:Catchment Boundaries, Severn, Trent
Watershed:Humber Estuary, Ardnamurchan Point to Lowestoft, Dover to Cape Wrath, Lowestoft to Duncansby Head, Land's End to John o' Groats, Severn Estuary, The Lizard to Dunnet Head
Class:Tump (200-299m)
(Tu,2)
Grid ref:SO 97223 77899
Summit feature:toposcope
Drop:55m
Col:232m  SO955797  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 139
(1:25k) 219S
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 66 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Nice little hill with toilets,cafe and great views. cap parking £2 for two hours.heavyhorses05/06/2019
On 14.5 mile run from Pedmore. Lots of dogs beyond summit.campagvelocet30/04/2019
Easy stroll up from visitor centre with my wife & daughter. Bitterly cold wind for April, but the stunning views made up for it. Can imagine this is a right honeypot on a warmer day.wheresthepath13/04/2019
Picked a way cautiuously through a pack of about 30 Boxer dogs and their owners in the picnic area who had come from far and wide to share a walk and boxer stories. My wariness justified as boxers are affectionate to their owners who they defend and can be aggressive to strangers. They feature in top ten attacks by dogs, but then they are very popular, so there are a lot of them.Luckily this lot were well treated / behaved pussycats enjoying the county park who nicely promote that dogs can run free here. Spotted a potential new Tump from the summit -Rubery Hill rising out of the urban housing to the east next to Birmingham Great Park -went and climbed it - later checking shows it is only around P26.Chris Pearson06/04/2019
Northfield to Frankley. Revisit in conjunction with Frankley Beeches bag.Smudge15/03/2019
Up and down from the car park by the Windmill cafe in about five minutes. Good views, very windy.sjb02/03/2019
Clent hills from Waseley Carparkfellowsa02/03/2019
Visitor centre fee now 90p.David Evans04/02/2019
A grassy lump which got a quick visit from the CP.KC07/12/2018
5th top of 9 on a 28.7km traverse from Stourbridge Junction to Longbridge station ,climbing Wychbury Hill, The Four Stones, Walton Hill and Romsley Hill. I re-joined the North Worecestershire path, over the M5 and took a path direct to the toposcope @ SO 97223 77899. I also checked out the high ground to the South in the conifer spinney and recorded 280m there. Descent North to plaque, stating that this is the Source of the River Rea and then I veered off to have a drink and fill up my water bottles at the Visitor centre cafe before proceeding to head for Frankley Beeches...Dazingdale01/09/2018
Large parking area just over the motorway, with a delightful cafe. Easy walk to the top. 10 minutes returnmoorsman05/08/2018
2/3 (Romsley Hill/Chapmans Hill/South Crest)Fergalh29/12/2017
Stourbridge Junction stn - Wychbury Hill - The Four Stones - Walton Hill - Romsley Hill - Chapman's Hill - Beacon Hill - Rednal Hill - N Top - Longbridge station. What a great five-hour walk! All summits accessible, great views.Mark Jackson04/11/2017
With Sail & Danu.Dangerous Dave02/09/2017
Visitors' Centre car park only 80p Mon-Fri, but it's £1.70 at weekends!Aye Jimmy20/08/2017
Parked at visitor center (80p) Several paths to summitmart079709/08/2017
Evening stroll via Skylark Trail and then on to the lovely beech wood on Waseley Hill. GorgeousRocksRock09/07/2017
From visitor centre car park. Great views.Barbara Singer09/07/2017
Nice views from the top but lots of road noise. Didn't bother to pay as it only took five minutes.Herbert Anchovy04/04/2017
Stroll from car park (soon to be 80p)on way to Welsh rain (and tummy trouble) in Brecon Beacons. With Oscar.catman28/03/2017
There and back from the car park (now 70p).BobHancock09/03/2017
A quick dash at 16:00 as I failed to pay or display in the car park.Dugswell220/01/2017
Short stroll from visitor centreBramley16/09/2016
Walked up from south car park. Nice orientation table at the summit.Alancache01/09/2016
Parked in near by lane. Hill presents nice views across WorcestershireRamblingpaul15/04/2016
Easy access from car park, pleasant enough hill.rhalstead20/03/2016
From car park which is pay and display, busy on pleasant Sunday with lots of families. straight up hill. Good viewsPeterD20/03/2016
Very nice walking area. Good 360 views. Parked at Waseley Hills visitors centre on Gannow Green Lane and walked straight up to top then followed the nature trails.Viroco13/03/2016
3rd Tump on walk from Barnt Green to Lye, a recommended and surprisingly rural walk. Clear crisp day, bright sunshine with fine views in all directions. Nice Toposcope at summit.RichardM24/02/2016
with TJB from visitor centre. Very easy but very muddy in placestrimarc211/01/2016
15.30 from the country park and visitor centre to the NNW.vegibagger04/11/2015
Sunny intervals. Followed Skylark Trail (purple) to top of Chapman's Hill plus a short extension towards Waseley Hill from visitor centre. Distance = 2.31km. Average moving speed = 4.2km/h. Time moving = 32:49. Ascent = 19m.paulnewby8118/07/2015
Pleasant circuit from SO964779 on N Worc Path and bridleways. Better than expected views and much less crowded than the Lickeys.milimana29/06/2015
En passant (from the Vistor Centre).summitsup18/04/2015
Part of a Lickey loop, although this one's stretching the definition. Lovely views back over the day's walking, and the Clee Hills in the distance.DanHolme24/01/2015
Amother 60p for a (nice)15 minute hillGordonAdshead22/01/2015
Toposcope; there's supposed to be a trig here (surface block), not spottedRHW31/08/2014
Barnt Green to Stourbridge Junction. The quietest of the country park dog walking Tumps.Smudge19/01/2014
Viewpoint pedestal on flattish top. Parked at end of road to SE. Proceeded W along lane then NW finding my way along paths.clivevilla25/06/2013
13 mile there and back walk from Beacon Hill, Lickey Hills to Walton and Clent Hills via Chapmans Hill.DanTrig21/01/2012
Expensive cp on a Sunday but great vantage point.£1.70 for 20 minutes it took to get up and down. That's if you're honest. I was.Campbell Singer09/07/2011
From visitor Centre car park at SO 97159 78249. The route passes the visitor centre building then shoots steeply uphill to a gate and the summit is about 150 metres further on. There were lots of folk milling round but surprisingly the summit itself was free. There’s a toposcope at the highest point but the overcast weather meant the views were rubbish. On my way down I passed a young child with his grandparents. The granddad was stamping on a curious plastic contraption that sent a series of plastic rockets zooming up into space. Why they’d chosen to set it up on the footpath when there were miles and miles of open ground all round them was a bit of a mystery.David Gradwell30/10/2009
Summit crossed during an orienteering event.JohnW17/01/2009
regularly walked the Waseley Hills for over 10 years. Fairly steep climb up the grassy slopes to the topkeenwalker01/01/2006
Date unknown. done on Monarch's Way.Adrian01/01/2000
On North Worcestershire Path.arranc22/01/1991
rapidjay08/04/2018
jimbloomer15/02/2018
mae13/10/2017
ngthack20/08/2017