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Name:Crown Hill
Hill number:17444
Height:101m / 331ft
Parent (Ma):2869  Cleeve Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Warwickshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SP 34883 62719
Summit feature:bank on W side of hedge 1m N of large oak
Col:67m  SP356626  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 151
(1:25k) 221
Observations:trig point is 20m NNW at SP 34875 62740. Ground 25m E of trig point in hedgeline at SP 34901 62735 may be as high or higher. Flat summit area
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 40 users)ByDate of Ascent
Ultima Thule28/04/2020
Andy West21/09/2019
Followed paths from the SSE (parking in wide gateway - better than the solar farm I thought). Summit in corner of arable field close to trig.Herbert Anchovy08/05/2019
Run from Leamingtonlerritt16/03/2019
5th tump of 6 today, 1st three on a route from Mollington turn to Gaydon (via bus from Leamington) climbing Windmill Hill, Oat Hill and Thorn Hill then bus from Gaydon to Moreton Morell junction with the B4100 to climb Ashorne Hill descending E then SE to reach junction of lanes, heading East to mini-roundabout then NE over the M40, on the very busy Fosse Way, a long stretch with great views of Chesterton Windmill to the East. Relieved to get off the road onto track linking with footpath to the top. Beautiful hazy view of the strangely named Isle of Wight barn to the West with Chamomile flowers in my field of view. Descent NE to link with footpath heading N, Nnw then local dog walking route NE (local with Dog said so) along field edge before heading East on track back onto Fosse Way, heading for Burnt Heath Hill....Dazingdale23/02/2019
Sydenham to Ufton.Smudge02/11/2018
Morning ascent on a hot May Day by footpaths from Radford Semele.JohnW07/05/2018
1.6 mile walk from Radford Semele through muddy field paths up to trig, could see Coventry from top. Afterwards drove to and bagged Napton Hill and Borough Hill.DanTrig16/04/2018
Field paths from Radford Semele where I leave cycle. Levellish arable summit. Good views.RichardM15/02/2018
Jonathan Russell08/11/2017
Pleasant short walk from Radford Semele; parked at The Valley, map read (don't rely on seeing waymarks) to ensure following direct bw then path, then back via Pounce Hill Farm and Hill Farm.pwheeler17/10/2017
As clivella and PeterD, from Solar Farm by Fosse Way. Opposite side of road is gate at start of bridal way past llama pen then footpaths to top. Very pleasant walk on a sunny day.Aye Jimmy19/09/2017
Pleasant walk from Redford Semele.Fred Windsor14/07/2017
Parked on Fosse Way by entrance to Solar farm. Initially along BW then FP to top and trig.PeterD19/05/2017
Naviigational blunder in my haste to beat darkness by taking wrong track leaving Redford Semele. Then compounded by trying to short cut back to correct path around barley field but hedge held me back so around 3 sides to end up close to start point. cut up through sheep fields to summit to avoid alarming farmer / dogs in the dusk at Pounce Hill Farm. if only the sheep would stop bleating so heartily at my presence. Relaxing correct fpath back as light ebbed away.Chris Pearson13/05/2017
KJ A nice ascent from the S end of Radford Semele with the pleasant farmland summit spoilt by another of those masts.crazy30/04/2017
From B Road S of Lower Fosse Farm, but coud easilly have parked at the bend at 350622GordonAdshead08/04/2017
Parked at entrance to well made track toPounce Hill Farm. Good track and clear fp to hp.Campbell Singer12/02/2017
From Fosse Way. Parked in big entrance just SW of Lower Fosse Farm. Summit seems to be oak tree in hedge at 34889 62717.clivevilla20/01/2017
Cycled from British Showjumping Championships at Stoneleigh NAEC via Leamington Spa to Radford. Grassy bridleway + field edge footpaths to summit. Descended SE to B4455, and on to Burnt Heath.Minto10/08/2016
Up from Radford Semele, down to Whitnash. Well-signed everywhere.Pete R28/02/2016
andrew brown12/12/2015
Sam Dog12/12/2015
A late afternoon walk specifically to bag Crown Hill. An easy ten-minute walk up from the Fosse Way, north on a public footpath. Summit near to the trig point on the hedgeline. Another path to the summit runs south from Radford Semele. A pleasant hill with good all-round views.Skip25/10/2014
Mark Sims03/06/2014
Nice hill.Adrian22/10/2011
The local hill, one a walk to Harbury, Ufton Wood etc.martineyles22/10/2011
short walk up from roadarranc30/12/2007
While visiting trig.rhalstead03/11/2007
Whilst visiting trig point. Good to see that the trig was not lost in the building of the nearby phone mast. Nice peaceful walk once you are away from the busy Foss Way.Father Ted18/02/2004