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Name:Middlehope Hill
Hill number:5354
Height:324m / 1063ft
Parent (Ma):2847  Callow Hill
RHB Section:38A: Shropshire
County/UA:Shropshire (CoU)
Catchment:Severn
Class:Hump, Tump (300-399m), Clem
(Hu,Tu,3,Cm)
Grid ref:SO506887 (est)
Drop:116m
Col:208m  SO483878  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 137 138
(1:25k) 217
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 72 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From the junction. A faint path heads along the edge of the woodland but occasionally overgrown so sometimes needed to head into the edge of the arable field and make my way along a narrow grass strip next to a mature OSR crop. Summit beyond the trig.Herbert Anchovy31/07/2019
Continued walk from Lilywood Hill, bridleway then short sharp climb through woods.rhalstead24/03/2019
Staying at The White House in Aston Munslow. An evening walk with Coel.Dangerous Dave05/08/2018
By the Jim Fothergill route - admirable!Chris Peart18/04/2018
As per Jim Fs route. Excellent road in, good parking, easy walk to trig and high point on wood edge.nordicstar12/01/2018
From the junction at SO 50545 87795 where there is parking on the grass at the entrance to Upper Barn. Then NE & NW up bridleways to the unmarked track on the far side of the ridge fence. Over the fence to the trig then further along to the field with the high point. Returned the same way. 33 mins 1.47 miles.Jim.Fothergill21/11/2017
Delightful views across to the Clee Hills on this perfect late October Sunday afternoon.Alex C29/10/2017
A second visit having only walked as far as the trig last time - silly me.carole engel29/07/2017
No parking down the minor road to Wetmore Farm (a gate at the end means a long reverse if you do try to drive down it). Parked to the SW where the bridleway meets the road. Long, but easy, walk to the summit just beyond the trig. 4.27km return, 50 minutes.moorsman17/05/2017
I started at Horton Hollow car pk and went via Upper Westhope to Diddlebury Common(qv) summit first the continued via Burwood, Dunstan's La, then the bw essentially on the SW ridge of Middlehope Hill. Like Diddlebury Common, no problem accessing summit of ROW; thin trail in woodland, lots of ways through to summit just in field; returned to ROW same way to go via Wetmore Fm. and Speller Coppice to walk along the scarp back to Horton Hollow car pk, the woodland below getting wilder as I walked along this section of the Shropshire Way to finish at a local nature reserve. My walk included a little extension here to enjoy the coppiced woodland and visit Wolverton Hill. Sunny, good views with the trees only just in leaf.pwheeler04/05/2017
With K. Approached using bridleway from south. A herd of deer were present in the field south of the trig.Ashley15/04/2017
First of the day. TP was my aim.Dusty14/03/2017
2/6 After flying into Birmingham airport and the afternoon free a few bagged on a sunny but windy day. Second of Six (The Wrekin/Middlehope Hill/Didlebury Common/Callow Hill/Norton Camp/View Edge)Fergalh25/04/2016
With Bev and Caleb. Parking up around Little London. Up right of way and then along the ridge on a clear but unmarked path.simon and co19/02/2016
Steep ascent through woods from bridleway on NW side. Good views of 'The Clees'RichardM07/02/2016
Circular walk from large roadside parking area to E of Lilywood Hill. Easy walk up on good paths, if a bit muddy in places (especially Wetmore Farm - it's in the name I suppose). Summit approx 130m NE of trig pillar; on SE side field-forest bounday hedge.jonglew13/10/2014
16.15, from south side starting about grid ref 606876 at 265mvegibagger16/04/2014
Diddlebury & Middlehope from Wolverton Wood picnic area 'free parking' up through woods & spud field from SW (good job it was dry)down to Burwood, Dunstans Lane, then nice track up from 202 spot to trig & top, down past Wetmore farm then shropshire way SW to car. V Warm & dry.apricorum27/06/2013
Snowy, Wenlock Edge walkbri&dave30/03/2013
with Tony and DevonStuart Hyde08/04/2012
Parked at the bottom of Bache Hill to SW having driven up it initally in the icey conditions but failed to find anywhere to park. Theres a good track off Bache Hill almost all the way to the top via trig.Father Ted19/02/2012
a nice circuit from harton hollow wood car park along the edge, a bit of creative routemaking needed, but a satisfying 12k round. summit along the hedgerow is unmarked. trig point is lonely.. give him a hug.stig_nest02/02/2012
Parked opposite The Swan pub for a longer easy walk to trig and summit. Dike Turpin has stayed in the Pub.Dugswell224/11/2011
P T junction SW of Little London Farm. ROW and path through wood very overgrown. The fence at the top has gone.chrisbien21/07/2011
First summit of the day - a circular walk taking in another Hump and a Marilyn. Parking available to the South on the No Through Road from Aston Munslow.Chingwakabungya05/03/2011
End of road to N. Parking for 1 before the gate - parking beyond. Top could be anywhere - path seems the highest.destaylor23/09/2010
park at 505878 above Aston Munslowarranc29/08/2010
Walked up from Munslow Church quite a lot of ice in places. http://www.heavyhorses.co.uk/humpsheavyhorses28/12/2009
Nothing marking true high point which is slightly further along fence.andrew brown24/05/2009
From SO505877. Not sure if the higher point isn't in the field 100 m from the edge of the wood.summitsup11/10/2008
Trig point is at field junction at edge of wood with high point a little further along the edge of the wood.clivevilla24/12/2007
pleasant summit, pleasant view E; NB summit is 100m NE and c. 1.5m above TP. park 501890, cross ar fld then steep wdld to summit RHW09/02/2002
Steve Q26/05/2018
Kiltie12/05/2018
PGCE31/03/2018
jenx12/01/2018
Tony S07/11/2017
Adrian29/10/2017
Bug15/04/2017
peterstanding07/01/2017
MM23/09/2016
Laura.W05/03/2016
Denise 07/02/2016
softsquare27/08/2015
Colin Crawford08/07/2014
TK23/11/2013
chalky195315/11/2013
Alan Whatley12/10/2013
OLIVERS06/10/2013
iaindbrown27/02/2013