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Name:Garnons Hill
Hill number:5373
Height:233m / 764ft
Parent (Ma):2861  Burton Hill
RHB Section:38B: West Gloucestershire, Hereford & Worcester
County/UA:Herefordshire (CoU)
Class:Hump, Tump (200-299m), Clem
Grid ref:SO 39986 44403
Summit feature:no feature
Col:106m  SO400462  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 148 149 161
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 41 users)ByDate of Ascent
Odd top, ok parking down road given by obliging lady at last house. Gamekeeper buzzing round in land rover. Top grid wrong. Obvious summit area in pines. With Jenx and Bryhernordicstar31/12/2018
A fair bit of sneaking once off the ROW.jenx31/12/2018
Parked on verge by Home Farm (SO401435) and followed road and tracks to summit.Ramblingpaul26/07/2018
Used Jim's route. Tyre barrier is near the 233 spot height, but I think there is higher ground SE of this at about SO 4009 4432 (just S of the 'S' of 'Garnons'). Most of the summit area has recently been felled, so a lot easier to access.PGCE09/07/2018
Good parking @ SO401435. Use obvious tracks thru' woods but via SO 39766 44226. At track junction (SO 39766 44226) take left hand over-grown track which leads to summit. HP appeared to be SO 39999 44383 and not the spot height shown on the mapcarole engel04/11/2017
Parked with permission on grassy verge by house at SO 4094 4328 and walked up the track through the field adjacent to the bridleway (where you could also park). At 4015 4354 followed a vehicle track WNW to meet a forest road at 4072 4374. W a short distance then N to pass a house at 406438 continuing NW on the forest road to 402442 where a track went SW to meet Offa's Dyke path near a transmitter building. This went NW to the summit which looked to be near a barrier of car tyres though I had a thrash around in the brambly undergrowth. No warnings or access problems.Jim.Fothergill29/07/2017
Approached from the south. HP to south of track.Adrian16/10/2016
Did as others and took the bridleway from Mansell Garnage. Left the track near the top and headed into the brambles to find a suitable looking high spot. A handily placed squirrel poisoning bait station marked the route back down.Herbert Anchovy11/03/2015
Permission granted at estate office by helpful estate manager.Campbell Singer03/03/2015
3/8 Easy to follow tracks to top. Long walk from near hill farm entrance. No viewsFergalh06/01/2015
Parked about 300m north of the start of the bridle path in Mansell Gamage. Took the path for approx 500m before turning SE into the woods for the approx 1km trespass. There is a good path most of the way. We met numerous horse riders walking towards us, all had bibs on in an obvious organized event, all politely said hello. Fortunately none of the organizers/owners were amongst them!jonglew26/05/2013
Approached via the bridleway to the south-east.JohnStoneham01/07/2012
From Mansell Gamage via briddleway then SSE trespass up track passed old sign "Shooting in Progress". Quick bag of raised ground to east of summit track which is overgrown from north but improves.Dugswell216/09/2011
Parked on grass verge outside a bungalow. hot sunshine. on farm tracks by fields and into wood. Moving north past a mast to find GPS high point. No view - trees.arranc25/08/2011
P beside house near start of ROW. Up to next field, along edge into wood. Followed tracks. Best to go along track to SW of top as easier walking. Got to top and gamekeeper told me to leave.chrisbien17/07/2011
From S. Bit of raised ground just off the path to the E as good as any.destaylor11/09/2010
Wheat fields and woodsMartin R27/06/2010
Flat, wooded hill with no obvious top point. Did it with Credenhill which is similarly unsatisfactory.clivevilla14/06/2009
OK wdld hill;no view. BW N from Mansell then tk SE along ridge;Shooting sign but no probs found RHW12/04/2003
Colin Crawford05/07/2014
Alan Whatley09/10/2013
Steve Q05/08/2012
andrew brown05/04/2010