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Name:Colebatch Hill
Hill number:7760
Height:416m / 1365ft
Parent (Ma):2183  Beacon Hill
RHB Section:38A: Shropshire
Class:Tump (400-499m), Subhump, Clem
Grid ref:SO 29226 87482
Summit feature:no feature: ground in pasture
Col:318.7m  SO 2898 8878  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 137
(1:25k) 216
Observations:flat summit area
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 42 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked on verge just S of Vron Farm, bridleway the up from behind barn. Gates where needed. Good views of hills above Churchstoke. Best of the day's 3 Tumps.pwheeler04/05/2023
Space for a car to NW at Vron Farm. Field boundary to trig, then summit.PGCE01/05/2022
Lane from Cefn Einon flooded. Parked in wide gate, then through mud beside old barn and then up hedge line and over gate into summit field.Campbell Singer11/12/2019
From west, Long Shropshire Way initially then up field edges to HP and trigPeterD06/04/2019
From Shropshire Way in rain and mist.Wycombe Wanderer06/09/2018
From track to the north and down northeast to the track. Gates all the way. Alan Moore06/04/2017
From SE initially up SW edge of Caradoc's Wood then field boundaries with convenient gates to summit. High point in grassy field 75m W of trig pillar. Sunshine and singing Sky Larks. Great view point.RichardM25/03/2017
From adjacent pillarcjo25/03/2017
Hp in field near trigDenise 25/03/2017
8/14 Eight of Fourteen Shropshire and area peak bagging day (Burrow/Sunny Hill/Garn Rock Hill/Dowke Hill/Black Mountain/Hergon/Bryn Hill/Colebatch Hill/Reith Top/Oakley Mind/Norbury Hill/Corndon Hill/Lan Fawr/Stapeley Hill)Fergalh17/09/2016
Easy parking alongside the road to the west. Walk along the track to the main field after the old barn. You can walk directly upwards from here as the hedge shields you from being seen from the farm. Turn right at the trig point to locate the summit.moorsman20/04/2016
From caradoc wood. Visit for trig. With Laura.w.stig_nest04/06/2015
Parking on grass verge at 378m spot height to NW; field boundary to trig then across arable field to HP. Proceeded SSE to road then onto Bryn Hill.jonglew23/01/2015
With Cabe. Colebatch Hill, Bryn Hill, Sunnyhill and Oakeley Mynd. Bryn Hill up through trees is not recommended.simon and co27/12/2014
Parked in a gateway on minor road to the west.andrew brown15/07/2012
Relatively easy to access from a couple of points on the nearby Shropshire Way by following the fenceline of fields.JohnStoneham20/04/2012
Walk up from sheds to NW through fieldsarranc08/03/2012
From SO 317 885 via Henley Wood.summitsup25/02/2012
Nice wide verge to park on by 379 spot hight, good views.heavyhorses02/12/2011
From the west to bag summit in sheep pasture and trig. Badger face ewe lambs in first field... interesting.Dugswell225/11/2011
Lesley (and Rebecca) were doing the Bishops Castle Tandam Triathalon leaving me with time to bag a few obscure hills. From NW -up field.Chris Pearson02/07/2011
Trig revisit: gateway just E of summit, nice viewRHW04/12/2005
fairly ordinary hill, arable, pleasant views. from minor rd to W, across pasture RHW25/11/2001
Alan Whatley14/01/2018
Martin R24/03/2017
Alex C20/06/2014
Steve Q24/06/2012