Name:Ankerdine Hill
Hill number:17205
Height:149m / 489ft
Parent (Ma):2837  Brown Clee Hill
RHB Section:38B: West Gloucestershire, Hereford & Worcester
County/UA:Worcestershire
Catchment:Severn
Class:Tump (100-199m)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:SO 73655 56450
Summit feature:ground by picnic table
Drop:41m
Col:108m  SO744580  
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 52 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Easy from the CPPlay2End25/06/2022
With TB. Drove to car park which is almost at the top. Very easy and great viewpointtrimarc207/03/2022
Short walk along track from car park.PGCE04/09/2021
Circular hike from layby outside St Peter's Church and then following the Geopark Way through: Hopehouse Farm - Holling Farm -Upper Gurnox Farm, Darbys Green - Ankerdine Hill (a viewpoint on the top) - Ankerdine Nature Reserve - Nipple Coppice - Hay Wood - Horsham - Hill Top - Berrow Hill(TP) - Berrow Green - Holling Farm - Hopehouse Farm - layby. Parking: Layby outside the gates of St Peter's Church, Martley. WR6 6QA.manilena16/08/2021
A nice stop-off on journey between Leominster and Worcester. For once was having a lift, so only short walk from little car park to picnic bench at the summit. Views rather restricted by the trees in most directions, but nice across the Teme.thesweetcheat28/05/2021
Good parking area 200m off the road. Short walk from there on RoW to the high point.jonglew31/12/2020
Part of Worcestershire WayJoel45127/09/2020
Short walk from small car park on road to N.Aye Jimmy19/05/2019
CP entrance to N between Tower Cottage and chevron sign on bend at top of steep section of road (SJ 73715 56822).carole engel19/04/2019
Bike from Martley. Found the road in from the north up to the car park. Lovely view to the West. Definitely the place for a picnic.fasgadh31/03/2019
Picnic bench.cjo22/12/2018
Very short stroll from car park.RobertP18/11/2018
From car park. Great views into HerefordshireRamblingpaul12/06/2018
En passant. Stroll from Picnic site CP.summitsup19/04/2018
A pleasant little woodland view point a few hundred m from a free car park. The carpark is down an unlikely lane to the SE of the main road and poorly signpostedDenise 21/03/2018
The challenge of this hill is to find the excellent little but un-signed car park. From there only a short stroll up to the summit knoll with picnic bench and vews to the SW.RichardM21/03/2018
Easy stroll from cp.Campbell Singer18/07/2017
With Jo, from nearby car park on a lovely sunny evening, good visibility.amblerbob06/06/2017
Short walk from car park to N.rhalstead20/05/2017
Short walk from the carpark to sponsored picnic table.Herbert Anchovy16/09/2016
Short walk from picnic car park to HP.PeterD17/04/2016
From N, slightly obscure track from highest point of road leads S to car park; short easy walk S to picnic table at flattish grassy summitRHW13/02/2016
With Bev from pick nick car park.simon and co28/01/2016
Enjoyable walk up from Kinightwick. Top is by a picnic table with good views.clivevilla27/01/2016
Evening walk from The Talbot at Knightwick with a pint in the beer garden to follow.milimana29/08/2015
Short walk from car park after a visit to Monkwood Green Nature Reserve- a seriously special place. With Pete (my brother) and Mom. Then we went for a meal at The Talbot. Perfect day? or not enough bagging for some of you?pwheeler05/05/2007
On Worcestershire Way.arranc08/03/1991
Walked the Worcestershire Way in one day, 36 milesVictor08/04/1990
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