Name:Worcestershire Beacon
Hill number:2854
Height:425.1m / 1395ft
SMC/RHB Section:38B: West Gloucestershire, Hereford & Worcester
County/UA:Worcestershire
County (CoH):Worcestershire (CoH)
Topographical area:EC03 Malvern-may
Catchment:Severn
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (400-499m), Historic County Top, Current County/UA Top,
Clem
(Ma,Hu,Tu,4,CoH,CoU,Cm)
Grid ref:SO 76883 45237
Summit feature:rock between topograph and trig point
Drop:335.6m
Col:89.5m  SO 5024 6477  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 150
(1:25k) 190
Observations:rock is 0.3m higher than ground by trig point 12m S at (SO 76884 45223) and 1m higher than topograph 10m N at (SO 76881 45248)
Survey:Abney level
Comments:Dropped from Trail 100 list Jan 2020
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GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill
Notes:
  • Worcestershire historic county top
  • Worcestershire current county/UA top

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 1012 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked near the fountain for free and followed the standard route up. 2 of 6 for the day.Peterb01/07/2024
Standard walk from west quarry. Go early to avoid day trippers and families!bulric30/06/2024
Second visitmalcorbett25/05/2024
Completed with Lisa M. No issues to report.LEEPHLITTER199012/10/2023
Big day out, started at Tank Quarry car park, climbed up onto End Hill, then down to Table Hill, Sugarloaf Hill, Worcestershire Beacon, Summer Hill, Pinnacle Hill, Herefordshire Beacon (British Camp Hill Fort), Millennium Hill, Hangmans Hill, Swinyard Hill, Ragged Stone Hill, Chase End Hill then went round to Howlers Heath before looping back round and making the long journey back also bagging Midsummer Hill and finally North Hill before descending back to the car park, all told 21 miles, over 6000ft elevation gain in just over 6 hours.lboutside05/09/2023
Whilst working away from home a short evening walk on the Northern part of The Malvern Chain, including the highest point, Worcestershire Beacon. Used for navigation practice. Broken clouds, 20°C, Feels like 20°C, Wind 5mph from SSW, visibility >6mihiglett09/08/2023
From the train station. Started in rain, had a couple of teas at St Anns Well. Dry by the time we reached the summit, but had a slip in some mud on the way down. Lunch in town before a long train journey home.catie16/07/2023
With LJanet M20/06/2023
With Bob from the Quarry CP. Cold biting wind.Play2End19/04/2023
Cold and windy day, but thanks to Ian he knew the parking spot to the N. of the range of hills.BasherBob19/04/2023
Last summit of the day on a 3 day 10 county top expedition with 26 school students and 3 teachers (including me). Very nice weather - dry and mostly sunny, but some high cloud. We did this one at close to sunset. Climbed from Upper Beacon Car Park (Upper Wyche). Obvious route along the ridge with a choice of paths and tracks, to the viewpoint indicator. I've done this one before as part of a longer trek along the whole Malvern Hills ridge. Lovely part of the world.jamessteel10004/04/2023
British Camp car park - Pinnacle Hill - Worcestershire Beacon - North Hill - Herefordshire Beacon - British Camp. With HS.Mark Jackson25/03/2023
IceyKatybob11/03/2023
With Nadia, Preetha and HowardPatrick Molloy18/02/2023
From Upper Beacon Road car park. Tarred path almost all the way to the summit. Good views.iangalbraith27/11/2022
Very busy day on the hill/ridge, ascended from from near small layby that has the red phone box plus bus stop, space enough for 5 cars, with plenty of space for the bus too.mazz18/09/2022
South-to-north Malverns walk with Lindsey. Parked in Tank Quarry (Clocktower) carpark then taxi to Black Hill carpark. Started walking 09.45. Route was 4.5miles with 1020 feet total ascent - Black Hill, Pinnacle Hill, Perseverance Hill, Wyche Gap, Summer Hill, Beacon Hill, Table Hill, Sugarloaf, North Hill and End Hill. Weather Warm but hazy.Skip15/08/2022
Walk along the Malvern Hills with R. North Hill to Hertfordshire Beacon over the ridge then back through the woods on the hill side.Dan Baddeley13/08/2022
With CathyS. Picnic on top. From North Quarry car park.masmith03/08/2022
Quick ascent from the Dingle carparksturuss29/07/2022
With Luna. From North Quarry car park.masmith17/07/2022
From CP to SW. Then onto North Hill & Sugarloaf Hill.CJM15/07/2022
parked in the (free) tank quarry car park then walked round the north end of the hill.Then ascended to the beacon via End Hill and North Hill. Descenced via the south path then back through the woods via Lower Wyche.gbeniston30/06/2022
Sue, Boo and I made the county top behind scores of school kids who I'm sure you could hear in that there Herefordshire.Alphaville19929/06/2022
First summit on the LDWA's Malvern Midsummer Marathon (26 mile) route, starting/finishing at Wyche C of E Primary School. Relatively fine but blustery conditions and forecast showers yet to hit when on summit. Fantastic views of the Severn Valley, Herefordshire and Welsh hills.southern_rambler25/06/2022
With: hb; Parked at Upper Wyche and walked over Beacon to North Hill and back, then south to Pinnacle Hill and back.Ian Baines03/06/2022
With: hb; Climbed in evening for Platinum Jubilee bonfire.Ian Baines02/06/2022
climbed with a friend on a relatively busy day. ascended from the carpark and zigzagged up a steep track before passing though a gate onto hills themselvesCarrie86002/05/2022
from Great Malvern Easter walk and lovely weatheriannotts15/04/2022
Part of Malvern Hills north 2/3 ridge walkJael Break02/04/2022
With Boots n BeersDARRENG30/03/2022
With Paul and Deb - from Colwall. andrewcoles31/01/2022
On a Country Walking circular walk from Great Malvern with Lyn, including Upper Colwall and West Malvern.Sixtyplus22/01/2022
From Great Malvern along the ridge and out to Ledbury for the train back, including North Hill, Worcestershire Beacon, Pinnacle Hill, Herefordshire Beacon and Swinyard Hill. Windy on the ridge but otherwise clear. With Gillianrichard6905/12/2021
Easy run up from West Malvern over Worcestershire Beacon, North Hill and Table Hill and back to the Elms Art Centre. Time 25 minutes.isabelle07/11/2021
With CathyS & Luna. Linear walk south to north of the Malvern ridge: Chase End Hill, Ragged Stone Hill, Midsummer Hill, Swinyard Hill, Hangmans Hill, Millennium Hill, Herefordshire Beacon, Black Hill, Pinnacle Hill, Jubilee Hill, Perseverance Hill, Summer Hill, Worcestershire Beacon, Sugarloaf Hill, North Hill, Table Hill & End Hill, ~17km and 1200m ascent. From Chase End Hill car park SO 7571 3493 to North Quarry car park SO 7707 4694.masmith04/11/2021
10 mile run along the ridge with Pauline train from Colwall to Malvern run backmilejunkie04/11/2021
Left home at 5AM, and set off for a 3 Day memorable trip with my cousin. We did Worcestershire's County Top on the 1st Day which my cousin was very excited to do this one. Astonishing views from North Hill, unfortunately it was foggy at the top of Worcestershire Beacon. A very memorable county top.DavidHiner26/10/2021
With Luna. From north quarry car park.masmith23/10/2021
With Cathy, Jim, Sarah and Richard on a south to North traverse of the Malvern ridge on a sunny day.Trig. Topograph. Visited many times .Denise 22/09/2021
With CB, SB and R+D Mclellan during S to N traverse.JDBowers22/09/2021
Malverns S-N, N-S from British Camp car park, finishing with Herefordshire BeaconBarns15019/09/2021
Parked opposite a bus stop on the B4232 heading south from West Malvern - if you get to the spring you have gone too far. But hey - grab some water before you turn back. The walk is very steep in places, but boy worth every minute of it; even in 30+ degree heats today. The views from the top are breathtaking and when combined with parachutists at the summit, simply amazing. Fabulous peak to visit and definitely one I'll be returning to on my second lap of the complete Marilyn's!jamiequackers19/07/2021
Cycled over the Severn from Winchcombe, via Tewksbury. Hard in the heat to cycle up to the ridge at Upper Wyche, especially with the 30C heat. Left our bikes at the H2O cafe and walked up to the beacon. Fabulous views in all directions. On the clearest days you can see 8 other County Tops from here.pclyndes19/07/2021
With Dean & Adam R & Chris D from Bassetlaw Hill & Mountain Club. Malvern ridge traverse North to South. Sunnyalwaysinshorts10/07/2021
Part of the Upton Ultra Round and up the Malverns. Very humid day just started to struggle with nausea towards the end. All in all pleased with that. 37.4 miles 3192 ft elevationnell158310/07/2021
weekend walkingchelec03/07/2021
With CathyS & Luna. From north quarry car park.masmith05/06/2021
From North Hill. Straightforward walk on good paths. Popular spot. Great views on a clear warm evening. With the boys.RoguePulsar03/06/2021
Good and far view at the top did some running sunny and cloudy stone map at the top went with Dad and Ptolemy.speedyclimber03/06/2021
Stunning 360 views and great coffee shops in Great MalvernRichard Dukes29/05/2021
With CathyS, ChrisH & Luna. From north quarry car park.masmith01/05/2021
With CathyS & Luna. From north quarry car park.masmith23/04/2021
Short day trip from our camp at Winchcombe to bag Worcestershire Beacon and Herefordshire Beacon humps, with North Hill thrown in for good measure. Parked at Upper Wyche Beacon Road car park. Didnt mind the £4.60 to Malvern Trust as helps their up keep of these beautiful and popular places. With Geraldine & Tiarnan.Pete West14/04/2021
Hiked up on a gorgeously clear but cold and windy day.SootAndShale05/04/2021
With CathyS, Mum, Dad & Luna. Snow, no view from top. From north quarry car park.masmith03/01/2021
With CathyS & Luna. Snow. From north quarry car park.masmith30/12/2020
Parked on WalwynStevooo05/12/2020
With ScottB & Luna. From north quarry car park.masmith21/11/2020
With CathyS & Luna. From north quarry car park.masmith15/11/2020
With GeorgiaJTseagull06/11/2020
Walked from Tank Quarru, 7.72km, 2.5hrsParkerP196014/10/2020
MCMartin6628/09/2020
End of the Worcestershire way, stunning views on a clear dayJoel45127/09/2020
Family walk from West Malvern, on to North Hillwebmaster20/09/2020
Another day out to bag some of the county tops from Jonny Muir's book and a few additional hills. This was a late diversion instead of heading home. Walked up from Beacon car park - well worth the late diversion - need to go back,Buck15/08/2020
With Petepaulhilder11/07/2020
With CathyS. From north quarry car park.masmith30/06/2020
walked around the malverns starting at beacon car park over the beacon and down to the north quarry and back via green valleyAristotle Chip01/03/2020
With Gwenda 3.6 miles 2 hoursmaltose03/02/2020
Part of a solo run from Blackmore C&CC site incl Black Hill, Perseverance Hill, Worcestershire Hill BeaconShutterlag01/02/2020
Cloud all the way up from Wyche. Straightforward if view-free.KC24/01/2020
BusyToobuddy25/12/2019
With MADCAP Morris Fidget08/12/2019
The stuff county tops are made of. I've wanted to come here for a long time. Glad I did.tumpawumpa29/10/2019
Unbelievably only my third county top, surely the most impressive. Heswall a distant memory. With chumbawumba.nwormgage29/10/2019
Detour off MY on way to Somerset. One hour round trip from Great Malvern via At Ann's Well. Misty day, so views not as extensive as hoped for.Great Hill. With RosieLongwojo18/10/2019
On end to end walk after doing Herefordshire BeaconJulieB28/09/2019
Paid my £4.40 at the Beacon Road Upper car park and wandered to the top. A bright and breezy day so walked on to North Hill also.NormanW20/07/2019
Quick detour as we were in the area.Dave Ing01/06/2019
Nipped up here en route to Cardiff area for work. Ascended from south and bagged trig, view finder and higher rock in between. £4.40 is the current car parking charge - best bring coins with you.assynt_bob27/05/2019
A traverse of much of the length of the Malvern Hills from the car park at the north to Herefordshire Beacon, and back again. Visiting Worcestershire Beacon and Pinnacle Hill en route. With Jayne. We enjoyed watching the paragliders launching themselves off the ridge. A round trip of 19km, taking 7 hours.silveracorn_alan13/05/2019
From car park up the spineN.Morters01/05/2019
Climbed on BsE Ramblers holidaycarejea10/04/2019
Parked at Wyche cutting on the way home from Dymock daffodils. Sunny but breezy at top. Started at 5pm; took 25 minutes up, 15 down.Skip31/03/2019
Quick bag from South CP at sunset on the way home from a day in Bath. Nice views with summit to ourselvesJephcote8324/03/2019
Second county top of day before staying at Cheltenham, just getting dark towards top, but clear great views.penbet22/02/2019
A day in the Malverns.PaulJN22/02/2019
Parked in Malvern for a walk with the sun rising ..back down for coffee and breakfast .D SID17/02/2019
Southern ascent and descent after walking up Pinacle Hillbrandybordeaux09/02/2019
From Beacon Road car park. Sunny, windy only on top, some snow on the ground. With Basia.wywroota02/02/2019
Lovely day, easy but steep climb, beautiful viewslamcdougall08/01/2019
Passing nearby so I ticked off another county top. Definitely one of my favourites so far. Absolutely stunning, despite the haze and the bitter wind.jkl02/01/2019
Celebrating New Years Eve.unowho6731/12/2018
dropped off at south to be picked up at north end of ridge, foggy daycjo23/12/2018
With MADCAP Morris Fidget09/12/2018
Worcestershire Beacon out and back from Beacon Road car parkhemerson0918/11/2018
With E. Short walk up from Upper Beacon Road pay and display car park. Low cloud with visibility down to 20 metres meant no views at all. We will have to return on a better day!Beeliner16/11/2018
Walked from highest car park. Sunny still day. En route Ldn to Wilms, after Cleeve Hill. Rounsfell02/11/2018
From North Quarry pay & display car park, SO 770470, (though there is free parking on the road, opposite).Isbjorn01/11/2018
Approach from CP just E of S. Views very good - super hill topography - a mini mountain range!ger30/10/2018
2nd of 6 tops easy walking all the waycolinfielding25/10/2018
On my agenda for a long time. Stopped off on way to Monmouthshire.ngthack25/09/2018
TD, C & H.This Dog02/09/2018
With David, SA and Katiekindpercy01/09/2018
Parked at Upper Beacon Road pay and display carpark.Danmawr10/08/2018
With K from usual carpark to S. Concrete path all the way. Crowded but one of the best views in England?Ashley14/07/2018
First hill of my month of Marilyns. Top beside the trig point, plate missing. Two visitors to this country remarked that the hole must be for a flag pole. With Gmac xelizyanne01/07/2018
bagged with gem and brucejordanwalmsley198711/06/2018
Our third county highpoint and toddler's longest walk to date. Ascended from North Quarry car park in gloriously warm weather. Busy but not crowded on the summit. Full report + video: http://ukhighpoints.com/highpoints/worcestershire-beacon/UKHighpoints20/05/2018
With CathyB, CarolB & JohnB. From Malvern.masmith06/05/2018
Very Windy on the summitRobbieH17/04/2018
Climbed up from West Malvern via End Hill and North Hill. Fabulous views on perhaps the first real day of Spring.Rob Rees26/03/2018
From the south, to the top and backRowanP05/02/2018
Summit whilst walking the Malverns End to Endjmistry8618/01/2018
Circular hike from Wynds Point - Black Hill - Pinnacle Hill - Jubilee Hill - Perseverance Hill - Wyche Cutting - Summer Hill - Worcestershire Beacon - North Hill - Table Hill - Sugar Loaf Hill and back. Parking: British Camp car park.manilena18/01/2018
Climbed from thepub in West Malvern with Nikki and the kids. Great day.redmuunk14/01/2018
With Jenx plus Rosie and Ade. Nice circular walk along ridge from Hotel in the Woods.nordicstar13/01/2018
Walked ridge N to S with Andy. Also visited several times in past.prwild30/12/2017
Snow day at work, so went for a walk up the malvernswill harcourt13/12/2017
Parked up with my campervan at Blackmore end and decided to tackle this on my mountain bike, the first 3 miles were easy enough, but then it got a lot harder heading across Malvern Common, Lower and Upper Wyche, Summer Hill and finally on top of the Worcestershire Beacon. Fantastic views and well worth the effort. Reverse route was much easier and took a fraction of the time to get back to the campsite.Chipstertrain09/11/2017
Super walk from Tank Quarry car park- North Hill and Worcestershire Beacon.Splendid views throughout. With Bridget and Oscar.catman04/11/2017
With Bridget and Catman.oscarrosie04/11/2017
With Catman and Oscar.rosiebridge04/11/2017
15ish minute walk up a mainly Tarmaced path from a paid car park. Great views across Malvern from top.Paul Clarke27/10/2017
ghaley24/10/2017
5/8M from road to the west.robertphillips21/10/2017
From Wyche Cutting. Sunny.Winterfloodian05/10/2017
Malvern Hills Challenge. Total Distance: 18km, 17 peaks. Started at Bromesberrow Place-New Covert-(1)Chase End Hill-Whiteleaved Oak-(2)Raggedstone Hill-(3)Midsummer Hill-(4)Hollybush Hill-Eastnor Obelisk-Gullet Wood-(5)Swinyard Hill-(6)Hangman's Hill-Broad Down-(7)Millenium Hill-(8)Herefordshire Beacon-Wynds Point-(9)Black Hill-(10)Pinnacle Hill-(11)Jubilee Hill-(12)Perseverance Hill-Upper Wyche-(13)Summer Hill-(14)Worcestershire Beacon-(15)Sugar Loaf-(16)Table Hill-(17)North Hill-Worc Way/Green Valley-Priory Park in Great Malvern.manilena09/09/2017
Circular walk of the Malvern Hills from the town.dgresty06/09/2017
Enjoyed taking time out to watch the boys catch the thermals with their chutes.summitter25/08/2017
Circular walk from Great Malvern on a beautiful August eveningRamblingpaul24/08/2017
G MnIdris18/08/2017
with Verityjthomson6nr931/07/2017
Tandem tour day off.TeasyChris29/07/2017
Solo hike from North Hill car park-North Hill-Lady Howard de Walden Drive-Sugar Loaf Hill-Worcestershire Beacon-Summer Hill-Wyche Cutting-Perseverance Hill-Jubilee Hill-Pinnacle Hill-Black Hill-Herefordshire Beacon-Broad Down-Millenium Hill and backmanilena08/07/2017
Glorious day doing the N end of the Malverns. Started off from Evendine & bagged every last little lump & bump.DanMaisieBex01/07/2017
New boot testDampandDusty25/06/2017
With Jo, from North Quarry car park: tracks all the way onto North Hill, Table Hill, Sugarloaf Hill, Worcestershire Beacon and Jubilee Hill (Pinnacle Hill). Weather; generally cloudy with sunny intervals, windy, warm, good visibility.amblerbob07/06/2017
Nice family foray up to the highest point of the Malvern Hills. Incredibly windy on top but enjoyed pretending to fly with my daughter and the stunning views. Saw my first Swifts of the year too! :-)Gerry the Ranger05/05/2017
Walked the Malvern Hills with Alex and Caitlyn starting from the Chase Inn. Caitlyns first county top!Pholmes23/04/2017
Cloudy but dry had 2 companions and furry four legged friendMyfanwy6317/04/2017
A lovely climb on a beautiful spring day. Accompanied by Bernard from our car parked in wyche road. Lunch on the top.SarahS09/04/2017
Very pleasant Sunday outing to the Malvern Hills. Lovely weather, lots of people.Bernard09/04/2017
Walking the Malvern Spine (and back)Vertigo07/04/2017
with Charlie and CYMPaulRE01/04/2017
With the 15th Anniversary YOSM gang, great group, great day.thejackrustles25/03/2017
Geocaching eventey up me duck23/03/2017
Parked on The Purlieu, followed the path up through Beacon Road car park, reached the Beacon via the summit of Summer Hill.AngiLala19/03/2017
Worcestershire Beacon (425m), North Hill (397m), Table Hill (373m) & Sugarloaf Hill (368m). With Coel & Evan.Dangerous Dave12/02/2017
Part of a loop from North Hill to British CampAPovey08/01/2017
End to end Malvern ridge walk finishing with sunset at the top of Worcestershire Beacon. Beautiful day.twg2730/11/2016
11 mile loop from Gullet Quarry.liljonb12/11/2016
From North Hill past Colwall gapDampandDusty30/10/2016
Parked in Great Malvern. Ascended up Green Valley then went up North Hill. Walked south over Sugarloaf Hill to Worcestershire Beacon and Summer Hill. Then we went around the east flank of Worcestershire Beacon to descend past St Ann's Well.PiranhaFish25/10/2016
Parked at North Quarry, always seen this hill from motorway heading north glad finally done it. Cloud perched on top on arrival then lifted. Great views. Company: Jake the Black Lab.iandesbottes12/10/2016
Birthday walk on a glorious day.helenlawranceodonnel02/10/2016
with KatherineIanHHill26/09/2016
Part of walking trip across the length of the MalvernsPhil Mason18/09/2016
From quarry car park by Jubilee Hill, then along the ridge. Super walk on very warm day.Cas-gwent14/09/2016
From Foley Terrace up a steep path and then easier paths near top. A double crossing of this top as walked to Jubilee Hill and back before heading to North Hill. Fine views all around.PeterD04/09/2016
Walked up with David from Great Malvern to bag this one. Steep ascent from the east, quite busy at the top. Also bagged Trig and cache.Chingwakabungya29/08/2016
parked at high car psrk on beacon road. easy ramble up on clear ish day...good views across the plain and to the west...saw Brecons & Dunkery. Was told the first point to the east that is higher is The Urals. Unlclear if true.keithelliott11/08/2016
Afternoon walk with Sonja and Hannah. Parked at Wyche and strolled up to the Beacon. Broken cloud, bright, hazy views.Skip26/07/2016
Parked on the A449 in the centre of Great Malvern. Said Hello to Sir Edward Elgar's statue, filled up my water bottle from the natural spring Malvern Water and set off along by The Unicorn Public House on St Ann's Rd then Happy Valley and following the very steep path up following the signs for 'The Beacon' to the Summit. Could see the Dudley Hills to the NW. Then walked over Sugarloaf Hill and North Hill where I hugged a friendly sheep.Viroco03/07/2016
After Jubilee Hill in cloud & rainmart079715/06/2016
 yorkielad02/06/2016
Isaac & Toby's first big hilldaveapotter30/05/2016
PASSED OVER THE SUMMIT ON AN END TO END WALK OVER THE MALVERN HILLS. CLOUDLESS SKY AND GREAT VIEWS.BURGESS24/05/2016
Walked from Malvern Link station, taking in all the summits from End Hill to herefordshire Beacon (British Camp), then back to Colwall station. Good 8.5m route.MrChris198018/05/2016
Hill number seven traversing the Malverns from south to north. Dragging behind my owners now. I've had enough and am not happy. They could carry me if I wasn't so fat.Sam Dog14/05/2016
Ascent with Jayne following Heather Graham and Jonathan Warrilow's Wedding in Worcestor the previous day. Circular route from North Quarry car park to Worcestrshire Beacon, Sugarloaf Hill (368m) and North Hill returning to car via Tank Quarry.pwhitaker_196608/04/2016
The strongest wind I've ever experienced in England, had to cling on to the trig point to stay upright. Approached the northern peak at a crouch and sat for a few minutes on the summit laughing manically and hysterically while the wind blew bits of gravel past me. A brilliant walk!edmundjohnson26/03/2016
Malvern end to end birthday walkDampandDusty25/02/2016
Delightful. We were in sun on the top, but there was plenty of cloud around.dal04/01/2016
Works team building. Great walk at a nice steady rate. Bit dull so views to west were poor.SS26/11/2015
From carpark somewhere on the malvern side. An easy enough walk with poor views today. Will book a revisit when the weathers better.stig_nest27/10/2015
Test walk with new gear and group, lost dog. (not ours)Biff0r24/10/2015
Lower Wyche Quarry Car park - Summer Hill then main path to summit of Worcestershire Beacon with its Trig and 1897 viewfinder - We linger to take in the view then return a similar waybriandavies23/10/2015
With Chris, from roadside parking near the Wyche Arms pub, a nice easy walk with outstanding views, very busybardolph17/10/2015
Busy.mike.hartley17/10/2015
Malverns North to Southcrax7327/09/2015
From Beacon Road Top Car Park. It was a lovely sunny day with great views. Quite a lot of people around today.Neil Haslewood26/09/2015
We saw a Kestral. It was great. I enjoyed the rocks.CalTudor20/09/2015
Walked from Beacon Road car park (£3) to top and back with Cal, Fred and Bob(carried). Beautiful views.Ham and Skate20/09/2015
With Katy. Sunny whole ridge to British Camp.George Thompson16/09/2015
A two mile county top walk, park in the car park on Beacon road (£3 all day) and follow path up too upper Beacon road car park, continue in the same direction till you reach the trig point and the beacon all on the same spot, you cant get lost just follow the ridge.Being on the Malvern hills this should not be thought off as a straight up and down job, there is plenty of walking to be had here so bring a pack up and enjoy the day with fantastic 360 degree views.WAYNE ROWLETT16/08/2015
Short stroll on a summer day. The Wyche Inn is recommended afterwards.mcf03/08/2015
From the A449 (where it cuts through the hills just north of Herefordshire Beacon) via Black Hill, Pinnacle Hill, Jubilee Hill, Perseverance Hill and Summer Hill to the trig point at the summitMariana Trench31/07/2015
Circular walkalong the northern Malverns from Great Malvern station after work, north hill-table hill- end hill- sugarloaf hill- worcestershire beacon- jubilee hill - pinacle hill. Slightly damp but enjoyably up near low clouds. Return via beautiful Earnslaw lake.gondegal27/07/2015
On my own. Parked at the entrance to the old Lower Wyche Quarry car park where path zigzags up to ridge which was then followed to summit. Warm sunny day had brought out every man and his dog!! Very busy. A great viewpointmike.hoult25/07/2015
Started early because rain was forecast,we reached the top and the views were lovely, in the distance we could see the rain clouds heading towards us so we decided to head back down into Malvern and as we reached the car the heavens opened, talk about good timmingTony and Karen22/07/2015
With Cheryl.MGT6717/07/2015
Part of a day out starting with a visit to Knapp and Papermill Nature Reserve, then a short hike from North Hill Quarry car park to Green Valley-Worcestershire Beacon and St Ann's Knoll. With Pmanilena10/07/2015
Walked up from Upper Wyche, along with hordes of DoE'ers, mountain bikers and even some random morris dancers!windswept05/07/2015
An easy stroll in the summer sun.The Wyche Inn is strongly recommended after climbing.mcf03/07/2015
Down to British Camp car parkDampandDusty21/06/2015
Straight to the top from Great Malvern with all the family, stopping for ice cream and spring water at the St Anne's Well Café. Very civilised. Next time I might take the whole length of the Malverns.AlexanderHoward23/05/2015
Did itmnph04/05/2015
Great walk from Upper Wyche, short fairly steep climb, clear day and great 360 degree views.Stuzinho25/04/2015
From Beacon car park via Summer Hill, Beacon, table to North Hill and return over the tops inc Sugarloaf. Fine and sunny and cool easterly breeze, so views not too goodRocksRock20/04/2015
With CPgarth8707/04/2015
From North Quarry car park, on path countours round East side to St Annes Well then Earnslaw lake then up Summer Hill, Worcestershire Beacon, Sugarloaf, Table & finally North Hill, Down valley to North clock tower & carpark, dry with sun & cloud, slightly hazy views, v popular dog walk.apricorum25/03/2015
One of many ascents of Beacon Hill. Walk with Steve Baker from carpark below British Camp to North Malvern via Black Hill, Pinnacle Hill, Perseverance Hill, Worcestershire Beacon, North Hill and End Hill. Fine weatherSkip22/03/2015
with Andrew, 15 miles, 4k ft climbingSailing27/02/2015
very windy, very wet, very cold - I have been here before but it was dark (orienteering)M3WDD22/02/2015
With Colin Henshall, bit of an icy blast on top wish I'd brought wind proof as well as my fleece!! And on to north hill for the very first time!!vegibagger18/02/2015
Ridge from British Camp to Great Malvern.squeegs16/02/2015
with Mike from Great Malvern via North hill and table hill - 5.5 milesSuzyj11/01/2015
From the car park on the NE over North Hill Excellent cold winters day.garyhoney29/12/2014
2/8 Steep climb up from ground level. Ignored car park as it is 3 pounds. The fountain car park 100 metres away is free !Fergalh15/12/2014
Solo hike from North Hill Quarry car park-Lady Howard de Walden Drive-Worcestershire Beacon-Summer Hill-Goldmine-Earnslaw Quarry-Happy Valley-St Ann's Knoll and St Ann's Well-Rose Bank Gardens-Great Malvern Priory-Great Malvern Townmanilena06/12/2014
From Great Malvern. With Gill. Also in 1971 with Gill!ADT29/11/2014
Short walk with M and JB from North Hill Quarry car park-Green Valley-Worcestershire Beacon-Lady Howard de Walden Drivemanilena25/10/2014
Walked up from Great Malvern. Very busy at summit, windy too. Worth it for the views though.The Gardener18/10/2014
Malvern HillsAndrew Pearson05/10/2014
OM north-to-south Malverns daywalk taking in all the summits. With Carol and Ella, Dave and Sara, Pete's brother John and others. Cars left at North Quarry and Hollybush carparks. Started from Hollybush then south over Raggedstone Hill to Whiteleaved Oak and Chase End Hill. Back on low level path to Hollybush. Then Midsummer Hill, The Gullet, Swinyard Hill, Hangman's Hill, Broad Down, Herefordshire Beacon, Wynds Point, Black Hill, Pinnacle Hill, Perseverance Hill, Wyche Cutting, Summer Hill, Worcestershire Beacon, Sugarloaf Hill, Table Hill, North Hill, and End Hill. Distance approx 10.5 miles, ascent 1200 feet, time on the move 4 hours 30 mins. Weather sunny with clear views.Skip21/09/2014
Worcestershire Beacon On it's own.ronaldo33319/09/2014
Quick walk up from Beacon Road car park. With Lionel. Fantastic views.Biffin07/08/2014
Started at north of Hills. Ascended steep path onto ridge. Walked through col between North Hill and ?, but then over sugar loaf. Then onto the Beacon. Continued along ridge, down to road then back onto ridge for four more hills, including Jubilee Hill. Then down the side and back Northwards via the Holy Well.martineyles06/08/2014
With CreakingHikertim74721/07/2014
Climbed from Lower Wyche car park via Gold Mine. Steep climb up through the woods then pleasant walk along tarmac track to summit. Excellent views all round. Note that the actual top is the little rocky bit between the trig point and the memorial column!CreakingHiker21/07/2014
from Wyche Inn with North Hill sunny, warm, cool breeze on topsjoseph mitchell12/07/2014
MALVERN MIDSUMMER MARATHONEVERTON21/06/2014
From North Quarry car park.ju ju31/05/2014
From North Quarry car park.mad max31/05/2014
A fine evening stroll from a granite quarry car park. Great 360 views from the top which is much higher than the surrounding countryside. Made the mistake of asking for a large portion of chips in the Link chippy. You get a bucket load which is impossible to eat at one sitting.mindlessflogger31/05/2014
MALVERNS RIDGE DOUBLE TRAVERSE.EVERTON14/05/2014
Day walk with Carol. Walked from West Malvern (Westminster Bank) to North Hill then Beacon and return to West MalvernSkip05/05/2014
From Upper Wyche Lakesgirl02/05/2014
Cool and slightly cloudy meant long range views were not brilliant. Nice view high above Great Malvern. Went to British Camp hill fort next - very good well worth a visit, as was Ledbury for lunch afterwards.andyhudson22/04/2014
Revisit on a hazy Easter Monday, almost 5 yrs since last came here. Very busy on the summit, views quite restricted due to haze.thesweetcheat21/04/2014
Hike starting from car park on Priory Road (car park almost opposite Malvern Splash Leisure Centre)-Priory Park-Rose Bank Gardens (The Buzzards Sculpture)-Foley Terrace-St Ann's Well/Cafe-Happy Valley-St Ann's Delight/Knoll-Wyche Road-Wyche Cutting-Earnslaw Quarry-Summer Hill/Goldmine-Worcestershire Beacon (toposcope and trig point)-Saddle between Worc Beacon and Sugar Loaf Hill (toposcope on the saddle)-Lady Howard de Walden Drive-Green Valley-St Ann's Delight/Knoll-St Ann's Well-Rose Bank Gardens-Priory Park. With Peter. Nearly 7 miles.manilena18/04/2014
From Cottage in the Wood Hotel, down to Worcestershire Golf Course, under railway and across Malvern Common, thence up to the mist bound summit. South along ridges and up smaller peaks until Pinnacle Hill and back to hotel.callumorr05/04/2014
LDWA HEART of ENGLAND GROUP WALKEVERTON16/03/2014
MALVERNS RIDGE DOUBLE TRAVERSE.EVERTON26/02/2014
Not sure of date yetdunx200501/01/2014
with Jamie after lunch Xmas day.vegibagger25/12/2013
north hill ascent then ridge walk along to beacon nice steep walk from quarryRectro24/12/2013
With MADCAP Morris Fidget08/12/2013
Bored of the M5.tomd425/10/2013
KJF From West Malverncrazy21/10/2013
A brisk early morning walk up from the car park. Good clear views from the top.mcallmar05/10/2013
Easiest route up is from the limited parking spaces on the minor road to Green Valley. Thence an easy, not too strenuous walk to the summit.moorsman21/09/2013
With Kate, Ollie, Stuart and Harry. With a car at each end a linear walk from the Beacon to Holly Bush, 7+ miles. Lots of insect bites on the ascent east of the Beacon.Newton Maximus02/09/2013
With Alf. Parked near quarry on West Flank of Summer Hillmick23/08/2013
Short, steep and windy!Janie17/08/2013
Windyadriane17/08/2013
Short hike covering End Hill-North Hill-Worcestershire Beacon-Summer Hill-Earnslaw Quarry-St Ann's Well-Great Malvern town with Petermanilena25/07/2013
eyenose20/07/2013
Short hike covering End Hill-North Hill-Worcestershire Beacon-Summer Hill-Earnslaw Quarrymanilena01/07/2013
Lovely walk from British camp.steven ruffles23/06/2013
MALVERN MIDSUMMER MARATHONEVERTON22/06/2013
Part of the Malvern Midsummer MarathonMichaelF22/06/2013
Top no 29. Train from Cambridge to Malvern Link Station then walked over Worcestershire Beacon and on to Colwall Station, to get train to Ludlow for Brown Clee Hill ascent the next day. A lovely sunny afternoon with fantastic views from the summit. Distance 6.1 miles, time 2:35, climb 1512 feet.alan.65to7006/06/2013
From the upper car park in the early evening.bolton04/06/2013
Started from the car park to the south and followed the path up. Very windy and hard to stand still at the top, so quickly walk back down.hmt100024/05/2013
start from tower car park from north hill to hereford beacon and backsquirrel06/05/2013
Stayed on Campsite near Great Malvernmagirob24/04/2013
From British Camp car park (SO 76309 40397) - Black Hill - Pinnacle Hill - Jubilee Hill - Perseverance Hill - Summer Hill - Worcestershire Beacon - Sugarloaf Hill - Table Hill - North Hill. Out and back by the same route.david23020121/04/2013
on the way home from falconery course. Thick mist so not much of a viewmr bounce10/03/2013
LDWA 2013 AGM A-Walk Recce 2EVERTON26/02/2013
I am working my way through the Historic County Tops with my 2 Dalmatians - Celsie our 6 year old girl and Sandy our 4 year old boy - we have written a full log, with pictures, of this walk (and the others) which you can read at "http://blog.schunikka.co.uk"Schunikka23/02/2013
LDWA 2013 AGM A-Walk Recce 1EVERTON15/01/2013
With MADCAP Morris Fidget09/12/2012
Easy walk across the ridges. Highest point between here and the Urals apparently!huwthomas08/12/2012
A late afternoon winter walk from Cradley with my friend Geoff Fielding (also Hill Bagger).G4OBK (Phil)30/11/2012
Start in great Malvern, descent same routeMike0606195710/11/2012
The Malverns from Great Malvern 3rd time.DanTrig30/10/2012
Parked at Tank Quarry and followed path to North Hill and onto Beacon. Unexpectedly fine day with extensive views as far the WrekinnOverthehilljill04/10/2012
One of many walks up to the BeaconSkip09/09/2012
With Martin Phillips. Bank Holiday Weekend, fantastic clear day. All four dogs. 13.2 miles from Malvern along top of ridge south and then returned on the lower pathJamesey26/08/2012
Beacon Road car park at Upper Wyche off the A449 at Great Malvern Path through woods to road Up road Summer Hill 382m Back on to road Worcestershire Beacon. Excellent views from summit. (DB)gerrybowes14/08/2012
MALVERN MIDSUMMER MARATHON - MARSHALS' WALKEVERTON16/06/2012
There and back walk along the ridge from Upper Wyche car park.roadbiker3213/06/2012
Clare & Charles. Approached from Western side. No views at all due to rain.BHMC05/06/2012
With Clare, in rain and low cloud from westside.alwaysinshorts05/06/2012
Easy if steep walk up from £3 car park, amazing views in all directions loved it! - coincedence that there is a monument to celebrate Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee on the top too. Great location for my 1000th log too :)griefmiester31/05/2012
Visited whilst out geocaching.Stretchy12/05/2012
Along the ridge, this one for Russsimon and co24/02/2012
Lovely day. Great view. Good little hill to get back out there. Lakesgirl19/02/2012
summited in dark ona cold wintery February eveningsteviet13/02/2012
From parking Lower Wycherley. Over summit and down by St Anne's Well. Icy and bitterly cold on top. With Mag. Estimated date.iredale01/02/2012
A long day trip by train from N.Wales brought me this fine county top.Alex C07/01/2012
Traverse of the Malvern Ridge from near the Gullet, a spectacular walk for hills so low. There are quieter and prettier places en route, but this is obviously the daddy of the hills and feels a very worthwhile climb.poppiesrara27/11/2011
As part of the entire Malvern range with the MMC. Visibility was about five metres at the top...Richard19/11/2011
Part of route across the Malvern hillsbri&dave19/11/2011
Climbed from by PH to col and summit, grand day with superb views all roundnordicstar06/11/2011
A series of loops that take in the Northern half of the Malverns ona the 'Malvern Mind Bender'.Ginger Dave25/09/2011
Walk with Midweek ramblers starting from A429Philsidwell31/08/2011
with Mollie Livingstonebatrigg10/08/2011
Malverns traverse.Wheelsy09/08/2011
Climbed with MAB.johnkeith30/07/2011
Train from Hereford to Great Malvern. English/welsh viewsWill_Barnes26/07/2011
easy walk up from car park in upper wycherussie10/07/2011
End of Worcestershire Waybri&dave02/07/2011
Slowly with parents. Up from west of the quarries on the north side of North Hill. Down to the west from a little south of the summit.campagvelocet29/06/2011
MALVERN MIDSUMMER MARATHONEVERTON25/06/2011
Start: Beacon rd, Upper Wyche. Stopped off on way to Devon for a holiday. short walk up to summit and back. Accompanied by Katrina and Holly.Baggerdaz20/06/2011
Drove down from Scarborough to Wyche CP near Malvern and a short 30 minutes walk to the summit. Great views of Brecon Beacons and a convenient park bench to do my HF activation.G4OOE18/05/2011
Very popular with the none hill-bagging fraternity. Lots of folk lost and begging for water!!David Gradwell23/04/2011
clear route, great viewsJohnStoneham20/03/2011
Walked northern part of Malvern Hillsastokes21/02/2011
LindaGlenford01/02/2011
Ran up three times, not for fun but because of several efforts to find others also on the hill somewhere. Parked on the east side, several paths and routes up and along. Not taxing but decent enough views.PepandJen29/01/2011
DId Malverns end to end from Chase End to NOrth Hill. In freezing cold but good fun :)LoobyLouLouLou29/01/2011
Countryfile Great British Walks route. Started from tourist information centre in Great Malvern. Distance = 9.6km.paulnewby8114/11/2010
family walk. Surprise visit from GeoffM0YDH30/10/2010
***Re-visited 13 Nov 2021 with Rob and Smey from the North Quarry car parkjonglew25/09/2010
Cloudy day but baggedBazWylie14/09/2010
MALVERN MIDSUMMER MARATHONEVERTON19/06/2010
with Dad (and Mum part).robba_wag05/06/2010
Cambridge Hillwalking Club day trip to the Malverns; Wynds Point car park - ridge to North Hill - back to start along ridge - south along ridge to Obelisk - back and up Herefordshire Beacon a third time to watch the sunset, then back to Cambridge! Crazy.Mark Jackson07/03/2010
Climbed with Joy and Shadowdaveapotter16/01/2010
Climbed this mor tims than I can remember, my local hill, beautifal walks all round the Malverns with good views in all directionsSipha01/01/2010
NO idea when reallypdhancock01/01/2010
Walk from Herefordshire Beacon car parkDampandDusty31/12/2009
Still lots of snow, thick ice on the east side of the toposcope on top. Great view of the Clee Hills!DanHolme31/12/2009
Parked at the southern end of the Malverns and traversed there and backdianepick27/12/2009
Followed the recommended route in Trail. Also did Herefordshire Beacon.Alan Caine30/08/2009
Climbed with Children with my parentssimonjallen08/08/2009
Me and Gill on way to Walescloin02/08/2009
walked up this hill with TraceyJohnboy725/07/2009
Climbed from the west side. A good steep 15 min walk to the top. Beautiful views.The Team18/07/2009
Started at Colwall (train station). Solo walk via Walm's Well to Hangman's Hill, then followed the Malverns spine via British Camp and Colwall round barrows to Worcesteshire Beacon, onwards to North Hill then down to Great Malvern (train station)thesweetcheat04/07/2009
MALVERN MIDSUMMER MARATHONEVERTON20/06/2009
Approx. date.Slash301/06/2009
I climbed this in my previous incarnation as a sweating heffalump. It was a real struggle for me on that day, but it was very clear day and the views from the top were excellent - more than making up for the hard work. Lost 9st since, much easier nowCap_Thunderbolt30/05/2009
On my way down to an FAT in swindon. I stopped off and had a lovely bumble along the malvernsmattwilde6611/05/2009
Nice steady walk from Herefordshire Beacon right down to North Hill and back. Not a walk to do if your looking for seclusion !heavyhorses22/04/2009
with Jamievegibagger07/04/2009
A clear-the-head wander with Smithy after rugby & a night out in Worcester! Got train to Great Malvern & walked up the road & then followed one of the myriad paths to the summit: a grand viewpoint. Amused ourselves watching a train disappear into the hill & then reappear on the other side a few minutes later. Wandered N on to Table Hill, North Hill & End Hill before dropping back for another pint & the train home.NotReallyABagger08/03/2009
Climbed from North Hill car park.wrens rise02/01/2009
With Jodie on New Years EveClachaig31/12/2008
On way down to West Country. Drizzle, poor vis, no views at all. Opportunity for my dogs to have a run. Walked up on path from Upper Wyche. Busy with MBikers, Runners, Dog walkers etc.martin & storm16/11/2008
From Upper Wyche car park - £2 parking. Zig zags a bit tricky to follow initially but when out of the forest its fine.destaylor07/10/2008
First of numerous ascents. Malvern are quite near so always a good option for a days walking. Have climes up from numerous different routes, nearly all possible probably.PESUSA30/08/2008
From parking place to W near a roadside spring, quite steep ascent. Must be an easier way as I saw a pushchair near the top! Summit a superb viewpoint on a beautiful day like today.Aye Jimmy19/06/2008
nice walk all the way along the Malvern hills from the trigpoint at Chase end, great views but 2 many people about.asbown06/05/2008
Solo. From West Malvern. I parked near the path leading to the col between North Hill and Worcestershire Beacon. Went up to the col and then to the summit of Worcestershire Beacon. There is a viewfinder. There were a lot of people about. I descended by a slightly different way.pwbellarby02/05/2008
with the girlfriend- a rare trip out!!jonathanwilliam00/05/2008
45 minutes walk from the Red Lion in Great Malvern. Easy to follow path with some signage. Great views from the top - summit is trig point, monument nearby has viewfinder.jondudley30/04/2008
Very windy at the summit. Very wet too. Overcast.primedminister29/03/2008
Rode up on a day of mountain bikingsjdwheeler21/03/2008
ive done the malverns many timesreashm01/03/2008
walked all the way up from the railway station super views on a sunny winter's dayhodder24/01/2008
A lovely cripsy January walk. Starting at the very north end, we bagged each peak until Upper Wyche where we had a pub lunch and returned along the contour path past St. Anne's Well.kaapiovuohi05/01/2008
with grumpy Sarahdj12lee01/01/2008
hmcpigerg01/01/2008
There and back routesalhi_0101/10/2007
Managed to go round the longer route but nice walk.marmitebagel24/09/2007
Walked up from the quarry end, near the renovated clock tower. Stiff climb up had me blowing a bit! Great views all around.Fwapp19/09/2007
SOTA Great Views See http://www.burtonarc.co.uk/SOTA_WB_009.htmSteve 2E0KPO08/09/2007
Stiff climb at start from St Anns cafe but soon eases out for family style walking and kite flying fun! Good views too.Nick10/07/2007
WB walkBazz05/07/2007
With D. 25th!192112/06/2007
Completed on a weekend camping in the Malverns with Simon, Karen, ewan, Raven and Siku the husky. Siku won.boglin19/05/2007
Completed on a weekend camping in the Malverns with Simon, Karen, ewan, Raven and Siku the husky. Siku won.janey.m19/05/2007
Rained that hard we couldnt of been wetter if we had swam in the last 2-miles.hightops13/05/2007
On trip to walk the Malverns. Colin's last main walk, with Caroline and Steve and Zoe and Dean.nickywood102/12/2006
with karenTownshend01/12/2006
Hellish rain storm. Walked with my sister Jill.Nickwolf01/10/2006
Very popular spot, made a circular route along the ridge and then traversed the hill side back. Great views across to Walesrhalstead30/09/2006
From North Hill. With son, eldest daughter, brother and his wife. Weather fine albeit windy. Drink of water mandatory. Views all round are excellent.JOHNS01/08/2006
Approximate date. Did this and North Hill whilst staying at the Abbey Hotel in Malvern with work. A very windy day.Herbert Anchovy01/07/2006
Climbed on a day trip!..Kered01/05/2006
I'd been saving this one for a while and a nice day trip it proved to be. The highest point is the monument to Queen Victoria with a viewfinder on top of it.Father Ted13/04/2006
From Malvern town up past the well to summit. Done with Dad and big son. Nice meal in town after.robphys10/04/2006
With Jackie, Màiri, John, Sonia, Matthew and Christopher. Cold but happy climb.mikejacobs02/01/2006
North Hill, Worcestershire Beacon, Jubilee Hill and Herefordshire Beacon from Great Malvern. 13 MilesDanTrig31/12/2005
walked from worcestershire beacon to herefordshire beacon great views, very windyjohnfwoolley26/09/2005
From Woodpeckers B&B, Peachfield Rd at about 6.15 a.m. Lovely morning, good views. Went to North Hill and came down via St Ann's Well. dbb06/05/2005
Great walk from North Hill along ridge to Herefordshire Beacon, Always busy this one.DanTrig02/05/2005
latest visitbackpackbrewer01/05/2005
Intensely popular with the natives - expect to see pushchairs at the summit! A great hill nevertheless, stunning scenery although a little obscured by mist when we were there.wheresthepath19/03/2005
Parked at SO 770 440 walked up to the summit trig pillar (2974) at SO 76882 45218 425.296m > St Ann's Well (tea and cakes) > CPTony Hartry II19/03/2005
Revisit. #28 of 40 Marilyns in 24h23, Brent Lynam drivingRHW12/03/2005
petey23/07/2004
I spent the summer of 2004 working at a summer school in West Malvern, and the quickest way to Great Malvern was over the hills so spent a lot of time up there! On or about this day I was accompanied by approx. 100 very confused-looking students though, and the staff weren't much better...killiedaft04/07/2004
Easy walk for the whole family to enjoyRhayader_wander17/06/2004
With DTLFionalevey01/06/2004
Climbed this one on our honeymoon a few years ago, so the date may not be that accurate. A wonderful walk although I remember it being very cold at the top.NESW22/02/2004
A head clearing exercise after marriage break-upCaralynR03/01/2004
With: solo; Parked in West Malvern and followed one of the tracks up to St Annes Well then up the ridge to the summit and viewpoint. Returned over North Hill back to my car.Ian Baines07/09/2003
EDAnduril05/09/2003
http://tomread.co.ukm1eyp28/06/2003
Also went up it as kid : maybe in 1957petesimpson23/03/2002
Ran up from Great Malvern. Have been many times since.desperate dan05/12/2001
With John Collesruthatlast27/10/2001
Climbed after business meeting near Malvern.Man of Kernow110/10/2001
Date is a guess, climbed with R and AP. Possibly earlier with family.douglas_easton01/07/2001
Last peak on S-N traverse of Malvern Hills with Jo. Taxi from Great Malvern to S end. Insufficient time to continue to North Hill as we had to drive to Bath for dinner.Galltywenallt19/05/2001
Been up many times!Taz3801/01/2001
Parked just to the west of the Beacon and dropped the necessary meters to start the climb. The summit was attained within 15 mins via steeply ascending zigzag path. The weather on top was intensively windy and covered in thick cloud, absolutely no viewsgaryhoney18/11/2000
Also on:- 21-05-1989, 22-09-2021,RichardM20/06/2000
Tourist route. First summit after regular Sunday outings as a sprogg.Eddie04/06/2000
From Upper Wyche With A&C.PeterD30/05/2000
exact date unknown but I've been heregigglejon01/01/2000
climbed many times on Bank Holiday walking the dogsLou01/01/2000
With Matt from Gold DofE expedition. Estimated date (either late August or early September)alistairpooler01/09/1999
Trig pillarwebmaster01/07/1999
In aid of St. Richards Hospice, Worcester. 470 kms from Dover.peter08/04/1999
Start ~ Colwall Railway Station. Followed RoW up on to Pinnacle Hill before turning S to Herefordshire Beacon. Returned N along ridge to Worcestershire Beacon before descending into Great Malvern. With RRWC.steve hudson31/08/1998
With Saldavechaffey01/05/1998
With SN/KWJohnIvor06/04/1998
Last of three county tops today. Superb views from the summit.mikejacobs08/06/1997
After Far from Help course and Treble Zero in field near Cirencester. Via St Anne's well and North Hill -then 2 and half hour drive back to Sheffield.Chris Pearson13/04/1997
Malverns Walk (8 miles)ruthatlast23/09/1996
Numerous ascents since 1963. This was on a north to south walk over the Malverns.JohnW19/08/1996
Approximate date, length of the Malverns walk.Fred Windsor28/12/1995
Climbed with Kath and Gillshirley pbgv21/11/1995
Cross-Malverns walk - with Daveruthatlast18/02/1995
ROB after visit to Morgan works? Richard Tait17/02/1995
Guess at the date. Summit marked by direction indicator. Good views.isabelle01/08/1993
date?nathanp01/08/1992
Steve (Ken's wedding) Also 8/11/13 CK SheilaS13/06/1992
Out and About, H and W No 6ruthatlast10/06/1992
KeithByTheC23/09/1990
Date unknown RHW01/01/1990
With Ray HumphriesChrisU31/07/1988
Solo tripInvicta1424/11/1985
Climbed this hill over 100 times - largely to achieve a Marilyn on every day of the calendar - 366 hill climbs - on 11th February 2011.arranc12/03/1984
Climbed with dad and martinmavero1030/07/1982
with Pam in late eveningvegibagger01/07/1981
Blisco01/01/1980
Parked at SO 772469 walked up over North Hill then onto the summit trig pillar (2974) at SO 76882 45218 425.296m return via the same routeTony Hartry01/09/1978
Climbed on a coach ramble with Nuneaton Rambling Club - actual date is a guessbirder195128/05/1978
Cannot remember my first ascent but I do remember the cafe on top. Fantastic views of Evesham vale. Especially at nightChinnockC01/01/1978
Climbed several times during the 1950s (in my childhood), but this is the first recorded ascent.David Purchase15/10/1977
It was hot and dry. Most go back.Play2End01/07/1975
Estimated dateCumbriancyclist01/06/1975
A guess of the date, correct to within about a fortnight, of my first ascent. My walk was as far as Pinnacle Hill, then S to take tracks below the ridge to return. Also on Malverns walk on 27/12/1993 which included Herefordshire Beacon(qv).pwheeler01/08/1974
Great views, especially in winter snows when all the land to east is covered in fog/cloud.signyred29/01/1972
Arbitrary date for first ascent , but was done in my childhood.thenomad01/01/1970
Estimated datekdbennett01/01/1970
as a teenager aged 13, with friend Pam in 07/81 and with Jamie 07/04/09. Some other times as well without documented or remembered dates.vegibagger26/08/1965
Climbed numerous times between 1961 and 2010MikeD01/08/1961
Several visits including during orienteering competition.summitsupblank
K A dawn visit with no-one around from a Hotel in Great Malvern on a work trip.crazyblank
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