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Name:Coppet Hill
Hill number:2852
Height:200.8m / 659ft
Parent (Ma):2864  Aconbury Hill
RHB Section:38B: West Gloucestershire, Hereford & Worcester
County/UA:Herefordshire (CoU)
Class:Hump, Tump (200-299m), Submarilyn, Clem
Grid ref:SO 57725 18074
Summit feature:ground at base of wall
Col:60.7m  SO 57528 19250  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 162
(1:25k) OL14E OL14W
Observations:summit 190m NNE at SO 57776 18256 is c.0.8m lower
Survey:Leica RX1250
Comments:relocated from N summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 105 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Old and new summits from SW old quarry. Nice woods grand bridge over the B road.Eddie13/07/2019
Walked to trig and then continued to the flat top in the woodland. Trig provides excellent views.dal17/06/2018
Parked at SO582184 and followed path to trig, then went into woods for a good walk around the flat summit area.Tony J27/01/2018
Super hill, in the folds of river Wye. W Jenx and Bryher, parked along minor road in entrance to old quarry, SO58237 18366. Good path leads up all way following wall to near the trig, grandly situated on a spur overlooking what seems the whole Wye valley. Top is hidden back in the woods some 200m or so to south past the remains of a follynordicstar04/10/2017
My favourite hill of the day.jenx04/10/2017
from The Inn on the Wye, over Kerne Bridge, along the riverbank, up and over Coppett Hill and back over the bridge.joseph mitchell30/08/2017
From road to the North up ridge, first to Trig then to remains of folly, then to HP nearby in the woods. Good views of Wye Valley from the ridge.PeterD14/04/2017
From Goodrich by lane and local nature reserve path up NNW ridge. Arrived in mist with no views, left 10 mins later looking down on the Wye Valley. High point in woodland accessed without difficulty. (Excellent parking in Goodrich school layby.)RichardM08/01/2017
With K and A. Easy stroll from NE.Ashley08/12/2016
Parked on edge of lane and followed marked footpath to top.Ramblingpaul28/09/2016
From YHA Wye Valleytwg2722/08/2016
Got disorientated after the HuMP in the dark looking for the trig. Eventually realised that I'd as good as walked past it on the way up.Alex C30/01/2016
Indistinct HP within oak and beech coppice behind folly within Coppet Hill Nature Reserve. Path to ruined folly and trig. The fog cleared as we sat and ate turkey sandwiches on the ridge and the views were lovely.Traffic noise slightly intrusive. Parked in Goodrich Village by school then went to Goodrich Hostelrie, very pleasant, for lunchtime drink ( garden, muddy boots OK inside.Denise 08/01/2016
The road that runs along the higher north east of the the hill comes to a small quarry where a path on the right,north, side winds it's easy up to the trig pillar that is on the north shoulder about30+m lower than the summit in the woods to the south.With Colin Henshall from Tewkesbury.vegibagger02/11/2015
With CPgarth8707/04/2015
6/9 parked at entrance to farm and followed track to woods. High point is the wall overlooking the river wye.Fergalh09/12/2014
Parked in a disused quarry to the east and then took the local nature reserve footpath through the woods. Visited the ruin and the high point in the woods and then the trig point (in case I ever diversify and become a trig bagger). Rather splendid views on a susprisingly sunny day.Herbert Anchovy14/11/2014
Hazy sunshine. From Goodrich Castle up Coppet Hill returning via Welsh Bicknor and the River Wye. Distance = 14.54km. Average moving speed = 5.7km/h. Time moving = 2:33. Ascent = 150m.paulnewby8128/09/2014
Up the path from the east. This isn't a through road and you need to approach from the north. Bit of roadside parking.simon and co28/02/2014
Parked to east, path to top. I thought the ruin was the summit, although the landranger map indicates the 200m contour ring is in the wood.Chris Peart20/09/2013
Visited with Bib, Di & Nige. Last visited in 2006 when we bagged the trig.lozinworcester16/03/2013
Park near the castle and made the short climb, wonder around in the wood but think the folly is highest.rhalstead27/01/2013
Pleasant walk up from Goodrich. We parked in the National Heritage car park for £2 (daily rate refundable if you pay to go into the castle), but there is parking on the roadside if you don't want to pay. OS maps don't show any public rights of way on the hill, but seems to be common access land as plenty of people up there.jonglew06/10/2012
A nice honest climb. Obvious summit.JohnStoneham25/03/2012
From parking to north easy path to the top of my 1,000th HuMP...680 were Marilyns...walked about in woods to celebrate just incase.Dugswell214/09/2011
Parked E of top. Top is the folly but walked about in the woods within the 200m contour.chrisbien08/05/2011
From SO 582 183. Visited ruin corner and the high ground in the wood to S to make sure.summitsup04/04/2011
Completed on 15 mile walk along with Little Doward.DanTrig29/01/2011
Started from Goodrich Castle. Headed due South, ascending the northern point of the ridge up to the summit. Gradually descending ridge heading south to meet the River Wye.Peapod2110/10/2010
Parked on road to E - space for several cars. Path straight to the top.destaylor10/09/2010
From Redbrook. Only went to the trig point. Did not wander around the wooded summit area.Solo.Man of Kernow117/07/2010
walked up from goodrich along the footpath along the flanks of the hill,then along the ridge to the folly which makes a good summit feature and a quick look at the ridge in the woods. The open landscape provides a pleasant walking environment, a fine hillhodder02/03/2010
Do this hill on a good weather day, the views to the north should be good.andrew brown14/11/2009
Nature reserve pathways to summit area. Slight bank in open woods just beyond the ruin appeared to be high point. N.B. Stowfield bridge closed for repair at moment!Smudge28/03/2009
Parked at 11am relative to trig and had an easy pleasant walk. Fine views to N from the ruined wall.signyred22/01/2007
There is a place to park at roughly 4 o'clock relative, ESE, to the trig and a path all the way up.Father Ted24/04/2005
Ruined wall S of trig pillar at edge of woodswebmaster08/09/2004
Fine viewpointdesperate dan23/07/2004
Sub-marilyn bagging on a strange route south to Ditchling then IOW from Sheffield (Oct half term of 1st term at Myers Grove). Should have been doing the KIMM as usual but had been forced to pull out with an injured foot - still mending , but OK for walking. IOW next day.Chris Pearson28/10/2002
From Goodrich took the quick route on paths to the trig and then the top.garyhoney17/03/2002
We brought Mom up here for the views- a superb clear day, bright after showers. Pete and I continued along the ridge top- open and fine to start, deteriorating to thick vegetation later on (NB- in 2000). Arrival by the river, below Yat Rock was spectacular. On a day with few people about, it felt like a secret place. Nice walk back by river to Goodrich Castle which we enjoyed with Mom and Dad, then Simonds Yat viewpoint, which we had to ourselves and the Peregrine Falconspwheeler17/09/2000
pleasant ascent, fine view over Forest of Dean. 576188 rd jct, FP to TP, summit in unfenced wd RHW01/04/2000
Tidy path with steps to ridge into wood. Top is 100m in.arranc05/09/1998
Revisit to attend the new summit position. I disturbed two deer who seemed to have the same intention.Chris Peartblank
Unticked May 2019 when summit relocated.malcorbettblank