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Name:The Round Berry
Hill number:17428
Height:114m / 374ft
Parent (Ma):2873  Bardon Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Warwickshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SK 27428 03541
Summit feature:ground c 10m W of trig point
Col:72m  SK294035  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 140
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 28 users)ByDate of Ascent
Space for one car at road junction to W. Followed RoW NE and once past old waterworks a distinct footpath heads right uphill, turning into a track higher up. At the top the gate into field with trig in has been blocked by farm equipment, so needed to jump over wooden and BWF into field. Short walk to trig by hedge then back same way.Wheelsy13/09/2019
Normal route, but beware the dog at the second house -the old waterworks,as it had just bitten a lady in a group of walkers coming the other way. She showed me a nasty bloody cut on her leg. They said they had got it back behind its gate which had been open. Oddly no sign or sound of it when I warily arrived 10 mins later armed with stones to throw if needed in self defence, and tiptoed quickly past, or on my equally anxious return. By contrast very friendly horse rider met on top.Chris Pearson28/03/2019
Standard route from the junction. The path continues right, up the hill, just after the two houses. Trig near summit in field.Herbert Anchovy26/03/2019
From road junctionBramley21/04/2018
As others, rather a roundabout route via RoW from T-junction and eventually up narrow field. Then across track to horsey field with trig and summit.Aye Jimmy16/08/2017
Steep path- not ROW up to wider path/track- couldn't see start of this -immediately after 2nd house on track north from road . Pleasant enough .Mark Sims09/06/2017
Parked at road junction, along ROW, just past house headed uphill along path to field with trig and HP.PeterD02/06/2017
Parked near the road junction then along RoW and then up broad track into field with summit and trig.Dugswell202/03/2017
A bit cheeky to drive up the farm track in the semi dusk and knock on the door to ask permission to go up the hill to the trig but the woman was bright and friendly and even suggested I drive further up the track and then hop into the field to the right where the trig was there with a group of horses. An extra bag that I'd thought I may have had to leave for another day.vegibagger21/09/2016
Parked at spot height 79 and walked along lane. Farmer gave permission to access summit and trig.Ramblingpaul04/08/2016
From the spot height 79m at road junction along ROW and then up broad track to field with disinterested horses. Back through Donative Farm and along road.Campbell Singer11/07/2016
2nd of four hills on a 25 mi circular from Atherstone station with Lexi Rue, my partner's Labradoodle. Climbed Bentley common then took minor road to Baddesley Common, then on a footpath over the A5, the railway and the Coventry canal to Grendon, following fp to near Warton where we branched off to follow a field edge near SK283029 then onto road back to Warton using a thin strip at SK278034, once past the corner straight upto summit past the covered reservoir and the high ground near the trig. Descent via the strip Nw to gain the footpath alongside Bramcote brook.Dazingdale30/03/2016
Parked at T junct. 79 spot height. Along track opposite, then south east up fp just past second house. Trig easily accessible.ngthack27/12/2015
Parked in nearby layby on Stiper's Hill, short walk along Linden Lane before turning up a track through Donative Farm, trig point in a field just off the main track.muzza204/05/2015
Parked at T Junction (79. Good footpath up the strip running up from the house NW of the summit.GordonAdshead06/02/2015
top just up from trig, also reservoir and clump of trees. Wet long grass fields.Adrian26/05/2014
Parked on road and ascended via track to the west which wheels round to become a track with equestrian jumps on it. The trig point is by a man-made covered reservoir which is slightly higher so I climbed the fence and did that too.clivevilla15/04/2014
Walked up to the trig point while geocaching in the area. The farmer saw me and by the trigpoint and gave me a lift back towards the road on his tracter.Alancache05/09/2013
and trig 2295arranc01/11/2011
This surprisingly must rank as one of the toughest trigs I have found. I gained permission from the farm to walk up to the trig and walked up the track at the back of the farm and turned right just before the gate. The trig ended up being wedged between a load of round bale silage and some thick brambles. I needed my GPS in earnest here. Eventually I found it and peeled back the brambles to reveal a grey painted trig with everything intactFather Ted30/10/2004
Alan Caine11/01/2020
Swindon Bagger26/05/2016
andrew brown01/07/2015
carole engel16/03/2013