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Name:Meon Hill
Hill number:17337
Height:194m / 636ft
Parent (Ma):2869  Cleeve Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Warwickshire (CoU)
Catchment:Severn
Class:Tump (100-199m)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:SP 17584 45328
Summit feature:trig point
Drop:72m
Col:122m  SP178445  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 151
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 32 users)ByDate of Ascent
2nd tump of 4 on a 28km route from Mickleton to Stratford climbing Ebrington hill before following the Heart of England Way to Admington lane then West to jct of the road,over a gate then followed field edge to near the top crossing a bw fence to reach Trig pillar but highest point recorded a few metres away.I followed the woodland down to the North but had a tricky descent through head high nettles and brambles (and hidden badger setts) to reach the Heart of England Way following it to Long Marston for Welford Hill...Dazingdale22/06/2019
Bagged after visiting Ebrington Hill. After entering the permissive access area to the W of the hill I spotted a gate at approximately SP 17381 45541 and went over this, following what looked like a path leading NE. This quickly turned into what can only be described as the steepest path I've every attempted to climb up - a rope wouldn't have gone amiss. Accessed the field to the N of the trig and followed field edge to the field with trig in. Followed edge of this field SE and when directly opposite a narrow path through the crop led to the trig. On way down took a path down spur at SP 17404 45319 which led to gate and stile - access is obviously encouraged by this route!Wheelsy02/06/2019
Nighttime / nightmare ascent by headtorch. No moon. In the dark I couldn’t fathom out the access route up from Jarrets Brow so just went straight up. (I see Campbell made the same mistake in daylight!). I was soon clinging and pulling from tree to tree,only later seeing how close the contours are. Drew blood sweat and tears on this one. Rewarded by a badger poking its head out of its set to see what was going on and remained transfixed in my torch light. I easily found the correct way on the way down. Can see why it was a good place to build a fort.Chris Pearson27/03/2019
From Lower Quinton, east on HOEW then well trodden path up field edge and wooded ridge and round field edgesKC22/03/2019
From a field gate to ESE (SP 18404 44991). Hill fort ramparts hiding under vegetation, at point I crossed them (181m spot height), there was virtually no evidence. Trig pillar at summit sits 30m into a field of borage.jonglew03/07/2018
Used Heart of England Way from Upper Quinton, then permissive access to ascend field S of Jarrets Brow. Trig on cobbled plinth in field of flax, little path through crop from hedge. I walked along the excellent ramparts of the hill fort before returning the same way. Interesting and pleasant, views as far as the Clee Hills on a sunny day. You could climb this hill from Lower Clopton Farm, which has a shop and café and provides a leaflet with a map of the permissive access.pwheeler23/06/2018
From Mickleton along Heart of England Way then field edges. Arrived expecting to find the scruffy buildings and old greenhouses that had been here last time I visited, now a new housing estate.rhalstead04/03/2018
As John W climbing NE along strip of woodland to Jarrett's Brow from Heart of England Way - recommended route.twg2730/01/2018
Used Heart of England Way from Upper Quinton through fields with cows/calves/bull (no problems) then diagonally up to wood. Along below this to end then steeply up. Trig on cobbled plinth in stubble field.Aye Jimmy12/09/2017
From Mickleton along Heart of England Way then field edges. There was a narrow though well trod path going the 20m or so from the hedge through the wheat to the trig.mart079712/08/2017
From Upper Quinton but forgot the advice of PeterD and took the steep wood on straight up. My mistake. Should have paid more attention. Found the advised route on way back. More pleasant parkland.Campbell Singer16/02/2017
From Upper Quinton, along FP and then PROW from NW through fields ignoring gates into the woods, to stay in fields until through a gate and then NE on rougher pasture to field corner and edge of fort where hunting fences allow access to summit field with Trig point.PeterD06/11/2016
Left the Heart of England Way two fields before the woodland strip and walked field edge to pedestrian gate onto steep grassy path to summit trig.sooztops17/10/2016
Ascended from the Heart of England Way. The two fields below Jarrett's Brow have permitted access, which can be reached from the Way at the north corner. There is a route through the linear wood to the south and then a straightforward way to the top. The south side of the linear wood offers a quick descent back to the Way.JohnW04/09/2016
Walked from the farm to the west.andrew brown31/03/2016
Parked by entrance to Meon Hall. Lots of signs making you unwelcome and I was accosted by an angry gamekeeper with a gun over his shoulder. Went back to car drove round to B4632 and parked in a layby to the west. Straightforward ascent using field boundaries from there.clivevilla07/03/2016
Parked on small grass triangle at start of private road to Meon Hall. Simple enough walk up to the trig point which was currently surrounded by a crop of wheat.Herbert Anchovy17/08/2015
trig a summitAdrian16/06/2013
Bagged this one along with Ebrington Hill.DanTrig07/09/2011
Was interested in placing a geocache near here.signyred01/01/2009
From Upper Quinton on WDP through wooded area to fort.arranc27/03/2007
Sits in a field of peas on top of this rather fine hill. Plug missing.Father Ted04/07/2004
RHW15/08/2003
near where brother Ant and Sue are living in Lower Quintonvegibagger25/09/1998
ngthack31/07/2016
Mark Sims23/07/2013
asbown02/03/2013
RichardM22/12/2011
stevent080904/06/2011
BrianMatthews25/09/2007
Ultima Thule08/05/2001
GaryJones01/10/1972