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Name:Stinchcombe Hill
Hill number:17314
Height:219m / 718ft
Parent (Ma):2869  Cleeve Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Gloucestershire (CoU)
Class:Tump (200-299m), Clem
Grid ref:ST 73724 98211
Summit feature:ground 8m E of trig point
Col:171m  ST758966  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 162
(1:25k) 167
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 49 users)ByDate of Ascent
From car park to E. Fine views on bright day.RobertP29/12/2019
Walked as part of Cotswold way -- combined with Cam Long DownD SID02/08/2019
Busy car park beyond golf club. Followed path round to trig, mound, topo and bench. Summit 'mound' was large heap of dead grass cuttings surrounded by nettles.Aye Jimmy22/06/2019
On the Dursley to Wotton-under-edge section of the Cotswold Way.milimana11/05/2019
Parked by club house, followed Cotswold Way to summit at sunset.clyoung19/11/2017
As others from car park beyond clubhouse. Great views of Severn valleyMark Sims03/11/2017
2/5 (Symonds Hall Hill/Stinchombe Hill/Cam Long Down/Crawley Hill (Hetty Peglers Tump)/Painswick Beacon)Fergalh07/06/2017
From car park at end of road (beyond the club house). Great views from the summit.clivevilla23/11/2016
Parked beyond club house along single track tarmac road. Easy walk alongside golf course to summit with great views of Severn Estuary. For November, greens in fine condition.Campbell Singer16/11/2016
From the car park by the golf club house, across the golf course and around the top of the scarp to the trig point at the summitMariana Trench30/10/2016
Visited while walking the Cotswold Waywebmaster04/09/2016
Did what seems to be the usual route. A gorgeous autumn afternoon stroll. Great views of the Severn and the hills beyond.Herbert Anchovy08/10/2015
Drove up for the last hour or so before sunset - really stunning views from the little stone shelter, much better than from the official 'viewpoint'.geeoharee06/09/2015
Watch out for golf balls!Swindon Bagger21/08/2015
Walked across golf course dodging random golf ballsRamblingpaul04/06/2015
Bagged with Alex.Dugswell230/03/2015
Kingscote to Dursley. Actually a circular fitted in after reaching Dursley with 1.5hrs available - more dog walkers than golfers about this late in the day.Smudge14/02/2015
Parked at end of road, past clubhouse. Pleasant walk round golf course on PROWs to summit and trig pillar.jonglew15/03/2014
top by trig, nice viewppointAdrian23/02/2014
While walking part of the Cotswolds Way.rhalstead13/06/2009
On Cotswold Way National TrailHillsidenick09/04/2008
Grassy summit topped with a trig point (S1508)Tony Hartry27/01/2007
Girl Guides Inauguration back in the day (aged 14)Raefen2714/05/2004
pleasant hill & view, S edge of golf cse. car pk 744983, cross golf cse to summit RHW27/08/2002
Lovely views of surrounding area and the river severnnibley hiker12/03/2000
3.20pm edge of hill top beyond the golf coursevegibagger20/09/1998
On C W.arranc05/04/1992
From car park beyond clubhouse and then path that keeps to the left of the Golf Course and finally up to the right where Cotswold Way now goes. Better views away from Trig point and along the Severn valley. Also climbed many times since.PeterD15/11/1988
andrew brown01/12/2016
Katbus 2730/03/2016
Alex C30/03/2015
David Purchase18/04/1996
David Purchase21/09/1991