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Name:Chase Wood Hill
Hill number:5376
Height:203m / 666ft
Parent (Ma):2862  Ruardean Hill
RHB Section:38B: West Gloucestershire, Hereford & Worcester
County/UA:Herefordshire (CoU)
Catchment:Wye
Class:Hump, Tump (200-299m), Clem
(Hu,Tu,2,Cm)
Grid ref:SO 60207 22531
Summit feature:trig point
Drop:127m
Col:76m  SO633233  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 162
(1:25k) OL14E 189
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 75 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Andy West22/03/2020
ianwatson21/01/2020
Walked from Royal Hotel in Ross. Solo.Dangerous Dave06/01/2020
Pleasant walk from Ross-on-Wye, along footpaths, aside fields and through woodland. Trig in field.muzza204/07/2019
PGCE08/07/2018
From car park at SO598231, followed tracks most of the way and hopped over fence into summit field. Afterwards continued to Penyard Park.Tony J27/01/2018
First proper bit of warmth for the new year. Absolute delight to visit here. Berwyn blizzards of last weekend well and truly forgotten.Alex C26/01/2018
ARC21/10/2017
Evening stroll after long drive. Past Alton Court through woods to farm and on to the trig using Wye Valley walk all the way. With B and R.jenx03/10/2017
Arrived late into Ross, parked up by PGL centre then good walk up into woods late in day, track to near summit then field top, circuit back around and down through autumnal leaves w Jenx and Bryhernordicstar03/10/2017
From Town & Country Trail CP, SE to Hill Farm, then Wye Valley Walk to gate and across meadow to trig. Decent views SE. On to Penyard Park.milimana15/07/2017
Kiltie15/07/2017
Solo walk from Ross to have a look at the hillfort. Approached along the Wye Valley Walk, the skirted the rampart clockwise. The ground drops most steeply on the west. North of an area of cliffs (quarried) a narrow track heads uphill towards the summit. There would be extensive views from the trig but for the trees, although almost inevitably May Hill is visible - I'm convinced it can be seen from everywhere.thesweetcheat03/06/2017
Parked on housing estate to North, FP to hill farm and then Wye Valley walk to gate into field and up to Trig. Did ape yard Park on same walk.PeterD14/04/2017
From NW following footpath and up through wood. Nice views from top.Ramblingpaul30/03/2017
Trig is on HP in grassy clearing/field above woods and bramble. There is a path up the north ridge through bramble. Foggy so no view.Denise 08/01/2017
By steep N ridge. Easy access from woods to grassy field with trig pillar.RichardM08/01/2017
GaryJones28/12/2016
With K and A. Parked at farm to NE.Ashley08/12/2016
Bug08/12/2016
softsquare27/10/2016
From car park on Farnbrook road SO598231mart079718/06/2016
From top of track/road at Hill End to north. Off path steeply up through wood to reach trig.Mark Sims16/02/2016
Very still and shrouded in thin mist. Typical November day. With Colin Henshall from Tewkesbury.vegibagger02/11/2015
From Fernbank Road through the woods and across the field to the trig pointMariana Trench10/10/2015
Campbell Singer31/12/2014
4/9 Park at hill farm follow track to edge of wood over the fence trig point is visibleFergalh09/12/2014
Alan Caine28/10/2014
carole engel08/10/2014
As others, parked at Hill Farm and then followed the obvious track for a bit before heading through the woods and hopping over the fence. Lots of badger damage to the pasture.Herbert Anchovy11/09/2014
Colin Crawford04/07/2014
iaindbrown22/01/2014
A circular walk starting in the centre of Ross on Wye and working up through fields into Chase Wood. We took a little detour to the trig point. Found that the path further down was blocked by a fallen tree and then that the road to Cubberley is private, so we had to take the long way around. The river Wye had burst its banks and flooded the last part of the footpath, so we found ourselves trapped in a field. Fortuately, we found a makeshift bridge (plank!) over a little brook and escaped onto a different footpath and made it back safely, although we did the last half hour of the walk in semi darkness! With Keith.islamidget02/01/2014
DanKanaris22/12/2013
LydiaB22/12/2013
chalky195308/10/2013
Alan Whatley08/10/2013
Parked at Hill Farm, up track to gate, into field, steeply up to trig.Chris Peart20/09/2013
Short walk from Tudorville, what a shame the last 10 paces haven't been made a permissive route.rhalstead27/01/2013
Pleasant walk up from the edge of Ross-on-Wye. Summit of the hill is farmland so a trespass is required.jonglew06/10/2012
GordonAdshead19/09/2012
Steve Q07/09/2012
Jacqdaw31/08/2012
Hillsidenick31/08/2012
Jim.Fothergill08/08/2012
RobertP15/04/2012
Dusty26/03/2012
Nice and easy to see where the summit is whilst climbing.JohnStoneham25/03/2012
Adrian04/03/2012
mae01/02/2012