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Name:Easton Hill
Hill number:7810
Height:243m / 797ft
Parent (Ma):2906  Walbury Hill
RHB Section:41: South Central England
County/UA:Wiltshire (CoU)
Catchment:Avon & Stour
Class:Tump (200-299m), Subhump, Clem
Grid ref:SU 21085 59274
Summit feature:knoll
Col:152m  SU229603  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 174
(1:25k) 131N
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 24 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked at the southern end of the road in Easton Royal and followed the track round and up to a stile on the right from where a track continues upwards. Then up across a pasture to the copse. HP is in the fenced copse although it is in a part with no trees to speak of.clivevilla30/01/2019
Pewsey circular.Smudge16/12/2018
From Easton Royal, up track and across pasture to HP in among nettles in small copse.PeterD04/08/2018
From Easton Royal, track and pasture.rhalstead18/02/2018
Drove up to Pt207 for an easy bag - the cows are no longer frisky.Chris Peart08/10/2017
Walked from edge of Easton Royal. You could drive to pt 207 if you were in a hurry as the byway is well surfaced. Decidedly dusky by time I reached the top. Shorts weren't a great idea as the summit area was covered in nettles.Herbert Anchovy28/07/2017
Frisky cows in top field . Up tracks from village and under power linesMark Sims27/07/2017
Nice afternoon walk in the midsummer heat.DanMaisieBex17/08/2016
2/5 Nice walk up from village over gate than over fence into copse nice viewsFergalh26/06/2015
Hill fort.arranc16/03/2015
Parked near church in Easton Royal for walk over Easton and Milton Hills, on edge of Salisbury Plain. Well away from restricted military training areas, but tanks etc do use this area. No public access to Easton Hill, needed to cross several b/w fence lines. Easton Clump wooded area at summit, also earthworks.jonglew04/03/2014
Easy parking to N. Followed track to about pt 207 then a gate.destaylor15/02/2013
Parked at Byway intersection to north. Easiest approach and shortest trespass from byway to east over metal gate. Summit just SW of beech copse. Good views over Pewsey Vale to northHillsidenick06/01/2013
Deer near the summit. Approaches are available from the north and east at least.JohnStoneham01/04/2012
pleasant circuit, fine all-round views, summit is tumulus S end of spinney. from Easton Royal church, circuit via tks RHW15/12/2001
Alan Whatley25/03/2019
carole engel22/06/2018
andrew brown13/06/2018
Swindon Bagger12/10/2015