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Name:Langley Hill
Hill number:5382
Height:274m / 899ft
Parent (Ma):2869  Cleeve Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Gloucestershire (CoU)
Catchment:Severn
Class:Hump, Tump (200-299m), Clem
(Hu,Tu,2,Cm)
Grid ref:SP 00805 29075
Summit feature:ground 1m SW of trig point
Drop:102m
Col:172m  SO995285  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 150 163
(1:25k) OL45N
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 82 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
With K from minor road leading up from Winchcombe. Saw a fox at the trig.Ashley07/09/2019
Cheltenham Racecourse - Cleeve Hill - Nottingham Hill - Langley Hill - Dixton Hill - Oxenton Hill - Bishop's Cleeve.Mark Jackson29/06/2019
Parking spot to NE at SP 0180 3035. Lane then f/p direct to three way junction at top. Took Far Stanley sign into field, fence on left followed round to small metal gate, then to another up left. Exited trees and continued along shoulder to top.Aye Jimmy02/03/2019
With Jenx and Bryher up the Gretton Hill Lane from good parking at The Oak PH. Could park opp lane on the minor road. Saw no one, just a great viewnordicstar02/01/2019
Byway used by horses so quite muddy in places. But an easy way up.jenx02/01/2019
With Kate, Ollie, Jill, Stuart, Sue and Alice from Winchcombe along the Gloucestershire Way. Mindful of the GOML warnings evidenced by the barbed wire and chained and padlocked gates this was a summit claimed under the proximity rule. The two deer sighted near the top had no regard for the security measures.Newton Maximus22/12/2018
From Winchcombe on path past Enfield Farm. Avoiding cows with calves (and Bull I noticed on way down) Found trig hiding between clumps of brambles.KC08/06/2018
Parked on edge of lane to Langley Hill Farm and returned after 30 minutes to have a GOML encounter. Bit unnecessary really, but hey, that's some farmers' wives for you.PGCE03/11/2017
From Gretton - up via Stanley Mount and down via Cups Hill.summitsup22/10/2017
From Gretton; up on fp through woodland strip on little ridge, down on lane which has the Hell of the N Cotswolds event. Kept to field above this lane, then used bridleway where the mud was indeed hell- escaped into grassy bowl and joined fps below paddocks. Note the summit area is (now?) fenced, not open as shown on the map link, but there are plenty of gatespwheeler13/03/2017
With Coel & Evan. A quick trespass to trig.Dangerous Dave11/02/2017
Parked on Gopshill Lane in Gretton. Followed footpaths straight uphill, through woods and meadows and lovely views of Bredon Hill, the Malverns and the Cotswolds. Over gate into pasture containing summit.Sprog07/08/2016
Detour whilst walking the Ashton-under-Hill to Winchcombe section of the old Wychavon Way. Climbed over locked gate and up scrubby pasture to trig.milimana24/07/2016
Walked from Winchcombe following Winchcombe Way. Follow farm track after copse.Ramblingpaul20/01/2016
Up from Winchcombe to trig.PeterD20/11/2015
With Tom & Minnie. From the Golf Club Parking down road & lane then fields to ?top of Nottingham Hill, down Winchcombe Way then Gloucestershire Way past Dixton then up Langley Hill to trig, then into Winchcombe, to Corndean & up to Belas Knap, past Wontley Farm to Cleeve Hill trig then Cleeve Common trig, Wet underfoot & Dry from above but Breezy in places.apricorum08/11/2015
From Grettonjimbloomer08/10/2015
Parked at Langley Hill farm then straight to summit.Alan Caine26/08/2015
3/7 short sharp walk up along very mucky track from road near Gretton..Nice views from near top. Trig point is in private field however.Fergalh12/12/2014
Langley Hill, Chrchdown Hill, Birdlip Hill, Crawley Hill, Cam Long Down (best of the bunch), Wyck Beaconsimon and co07/12/2014
steep cimb up the hill from above Winchcombe. Retired for a drink in the Corner Cupboard with roaring fire.Adrian22/12/2013
Ascended from lane out of Winchcombe.JohnW06/07/2013
Parked Winchcombe (lovely Cotswold town) pleasant walk on footpaths all way to top field which has cows and electric fence. Short trespass to summit trig using overgrown path in shrubs to north of field as less visible. Extended walk to wood carving to west of top, which was a bit of a disappointment. Excellent views of Cotswold Hills, Malverns and Vale of Evesham from this hill, but NOT from the summit itself. Excellent pint of "Landlord" and good lunch in The Corner Cupboard PH.Hillsidenick22/05/2013
From Winchcombe, easily access through field gate and along ridge path. The path is well worn making it look like a well used route.rhalstead12/01/2013
A short trespass over rough heathland to the summit and accompanying trig point.jonglew18/08/2012
Walked up from the attactive village of Winchcombe. Easy walk on path most of 2/3rds of way then head for trig along ridge. Startled a fat Muntjac deer on a lovely day for March.Dugswell205/03/2012
Pioneering for A walkjohnoz17/02/2012
P in village but should have parked near where the ROW goes into the field. Upto jnct then sharp left then through gate to top 14:36chrisbien05/12/2011
Nice 10 mile walk from Winchcombe, bagging Cleeve Hill and Langley Hill.DanTrig09/09/2011
Just a simple walk up from WinchcombePhilsidwell02/09/2011
Only did this today and already unmemorable. Oh, I know there were lots of sloes.Martin R20/08/2011
Galltywenallt27/03/2011
Quite a good walk up from village, Trig and top on "private" scrub land. http://www.heavyhorses.co.uk/humpsheavyhorses07/10/2010
From the SE.destaylor19/09/2010
A circular walk from Gretton. Walked up along a slightly overgrown woodland path but a better descent through seemingly abandoned grassland.Herbert Anchovy06/08/2010
walked up from winchombe using the wychavon way (which is well sign posted). Their are still numerous electric fences everywherehodder18/04/2009
easy walk but cared neededRhayader_wander13/06/2006
Walked up from the attactive village of Winchcombe. There are still plenty of electric fences around but also lots of stiles and gates to avoid having to touch them. It is hard to tell what this scrubby plateau is now used.Father Ted28/12/2005
With Ian to summit, early blackberries nearly ready.nickywood118/08/2003
shapely scrubby hill, likely pleasant view (night ascent). tk from N RHW03/01/2003
random date done sometime in 80's or 90'svegibagger01/01/1999
On Wychavon Way.arranc12/01/1991
Tony S09/04/2019
ARC31/03/2018
Jonathan Russell12/11/2017
Kiltie11/07/2016
griefmiester12/08/2015
Dusty27/06/2015
carole engel26/12/2014
iaindbrown07/10/2014