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Name:Ebrington Hill
Hill number:5384
Height:261m / 856ft
Parent (Ma):2869  Cleeve Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Warwickshire (CoU)
County (CoH):Warwickshire (CoH)
County (CoA):Warwickshire (CoA)
Class:Hump, Tump (200-299m), Historic County Top, Current County/UA Top, Administrative County Top,
Grid ref:SP 18781 42634
Summit feature:no feature: middle of field
Col:150m  SP164415  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 151
(1:25k) 205
Observations:ground within 10m radius of similar height; trig point 160m NW at SP 18659 42740 is lower
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill
  • Warwickshire (1974) administrative county top
  • Warwickshire historic county top
  • Warwickshire current county/UA top

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 207 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
1st of 4 Tumps on a 28km route from Mickleton to Stratford. Train to Birmingham then walk to Moor Street, followed by train to Stratford and Bus to start. I dropped into Hidcote gardens 1st then used the bridleway to get close to the start with a quick hop over the gate, followed by a walk around including the edges. Descent as outward but then took the Heart of England Way heading for Meon hill.. ..Dazingdale22/06/2019
Parked in Mickleton and followed path past Hidcote Manor. Continued until directly S of trig, before bagging this and then continued across the road to the HP, which was accessed by climbing over metal gate. Good views from trig point but poor from HP.Wheelsy02/06/2019
Visited the trig but not the highpoint years ago. HP in field, accessible via tractor track. Trig has better views! Parked by aerial.Denise 27/05/2019
Having visited the area on many previous occasions this is the first to the field.RichardM27/05/2019
Parked up next to radio station, walked over into field with very low crops to what appeared to be highest point. Smelled nice and great viewspenbet17/05/2019
On own. Early morning visit. Parked on grassy area by telecomms station. Across road, through gate and into ploughed field. Fortunately no crops but could be difficult at another time of year. Whole field looks similar height but GPS helped locate exact 10 fig OS grid ref. No feature. Low cloud meant nothing to see! Went over to trig point on wall as well.Beeliner21/03/2019
Ben Rinnes24/01/2019
With Jenx and Bryher from the lovely Hidcote gardens, not open sadly. Picked up the trig too, much nicer viewpoint. Good circular walk and Section 39 Humps complete.nordicstar03/01/2019
All quiet at Hidcote apart from the busy gardeners.jenx03/01/2019
Good views of malverns. Windy!Ben Tindal29/12/2018
With K.Ashley14/07/2018
A Peckish30/06/2018
Cycled up as part of a trip to Wales. Didn't actually climb over the fate to the spot height.tsharp27/05/2018
Walked up from Hidcote as others. Wandered along various field edges but criss-crossing the young crop to justify an extra inch or two seemed unjustified. Visited the trig on the way back.milimana11/05/2018
Nice views to the Malverns on the way down to W!twg2730/01/2018
Lower Quinton to Mickleton Rain and mud!raymondwilkes27/01/2018
Snowy day parked at Mast bagged the summit then the trigjmistry8621/01/2018
Glorious cold sunny winter morning walk. 8 mile circular walk: Ilmington to Ebrington to Hidcote manner and back. Walking Britain, walk no. 3249fellowsa07/01/2018
Jonathan Russell12/11/2017
Crop still in field but able to wander through it and around.KC05/11/2017
Parked at Hidcote, nice gentle walk up to the Warks/Gloucs. border with the Jubilee Stone. Actual highpoint inaccessible - gated field and very tall foliage! Our first county top!UKHighpoints24/09/2017
Nice stroll in the summer sunshine from Hidcote Manor Garden car park up to the trig point where I relaxed for a while. Then headed to the true summit in the farmers field across the road.Gerry the Ranger17/08/2017
From Mickleton via Hidcote Hall. Nice views over the Vale of Evesham.mart079710/08/2017
Parked by transmitter to bag hill and trigRamblingpaul15/06/2017
Hilaryh 24/12/2016
The field had just been ploughed, but fortunately not too muddy. BW to South seemed higher. Also visited trig point .PeterD06/11/2016
Did the 'up' of Ebrington Hill [locally pronounced Yibberton] a.m. from Hicote NT. Summit on headland just beyond radio station. Then p.m. finished the ascent on our return walk to Hidcote from Meon Hill.sooztops17/10/2016
Fred Windsor24/08/2016
An easy sunny walk from Hidcote Gardens.edmundjohnson07/07/2016
The latest of several ascents of this hill - commonly known as Ilmington Hill. Indeed the best ascents start from Ilmington or the lanes on the east side of the hill.JohnW06/07/2016
Nomad Perkins19/06/2016
Lionel Bidwell10/06/2016
Susan Bidwell10/06/2016
Drove to the transmitter and parked on the verge, quick wander around the path and field on the opposite side of the road to the transmitter.mapple06/06/2016
easy 15 min walk up track from hidcore. trig 5104 on wall at top. hill is ebrington hill, trig is called ilmington down ...same place ...surrounding area higher than trig point, bizarrelykeithelliott04/05/2016
With CPgarth8729/02/2016