Cutsdean Hill (Gloucestershire 3 Peaks Hiking Challenge)

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Summit Height
305metres
How to locate the summit

verge by trig point

Grid Reference
SP104302
Local 3 Peaks Challenge

Cutsdean Hill (Gloucestershire 3 Peaks Hiking Challenge) is part of a Local 3 Peaks Challenge.

Note

For some summits, the precise location cannot be reached. You can still bag the summit by getting as close as safe and legally possible.
Always remember to take into account weather conditions and the abilities of your family.

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Photo: Cutsdean Hill triangulation pillar – At 305m. elevation, almost exactly 1,000 feet. Photo Credit: © Copyright Jonathan Billinger and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence.

Description

This is the summit of Cutsdean Hill, which is part of the Gloucestershire 3 Peaks Hiking Challenge.
Not much hiking though on this hill. You can drive to the trig point!

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Winchcombe Camping and Caravanning Club Site, Brooklands Farm, Alderton, Nr Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire 6.18 mi

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