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TP6183 - Stinchcombe
24th Oct 2012 16:30 by oakey1
A nice location with stunning views visited while on a walk around the top to pass some time in the holiday.
18th Aug 2012 15:27 by CJO
Approach from golf course, not far from 7th and 9th Tee. Elevated views to Sharpness and Severn bridges
S1508 with Nibley monument just visible in distance
1st Apr 2012 12:30 by g4wsb
Great views over severn today.
10th Mar 2012 15:43 by dal
Climbed up from the B road below. Lovely view point. Vgc, cap intact.
28th Jan 2012 11:13 by Lone Walker
Another Cotswold Way trig. Good location and good views again.
1st Oct 2011 13:30 by Dart More
Parked on slip road of Yercombe Lodge and approached from footpath near Drakestone Lodge up very steep and interesting footpath. Once past trig descended back to road from north. Very warm day, lovely views and trig is sparkling white in it's new coat of paint.
7th Sep 2011 00:00 by caroleengel
29th May 2011 04:48 by Pyoung1s
24th Apr 2011 14:45 by Rob&Fiona
17th Apr 2011 17:00 by Stevie Boy
Walked round this lovely hill using Cotswold Way from the golf car park. Hazey but fantastic views in all directions.Nice shelter, pillar & old stone bench.Planned to carry on to the monument at Nibley but a very late night in Bristol put paid to that.Will return..
28th Sep 2010 16:48 by edfielden
Lovely walk round edge of Stinchcombe Hill along part of the Cotswold Way. Nice hazy views towards the River Severn. Some noise from the nearby M5 audible though. Topograph 15m N of trig. Pillar in very nice condition, painted white, shallow lettering on cap. FB faces N; N & E sightholes open, W & S sightholes plugged. Position logged from GPS device accurate to ±5m.
28th Sep 2010 15:30 by cmb1953
Stunning views from up here.
28th Feb 2010 11:19 by Saltash Ramblers
Parked in car park just past golf club. Great walk around the hill. I think the views would have been good, but today was misty. Will have to return on a good weather day.
Christine & Trig Misty, cold day. M5 in background to south.©Saltash Ramblers
29th Jul 2009 11:00 by tg1
In pouring rain all day walking the Cotswold Way. (Photo taken with mobile phone.)
12th Mar 2008 15:00 by tom
The pillar is sited on the edge of a golf course; there is a topograph nearby, it is close to the edge of the scarp of an almost detached part of the Cotswolds. There is a car park in the centre of the hill and the Cotswold Way makes a loop around the crest of the scarp. The pillar is painted white, has a metal cap with shallow lettering and FB S1508. The view is outstanding and includes: the Vale of Berkeley; the Severn with its power station, docks and bridges; the Mendips on the horizon; the hills of the Forest of Dean; the Malvern Hills and Bredon Hill. A circuit of the hill top takes in some pleasant woodland and several other view points, Hollow Combe is particularly picturesque. There is a cut bench mark on a small stone post in front of a memorial shelter. Parts of the scarp of the hill have been designated an SSSI, the common land of the hill top have recently been the site of skirmishes between golfers and walkers. Today was bright and very breezy, not much sign of wildlife but many golfers and dog walkers about.
28th Feb 2008 09:50 by Landy Steve
My first logged trig point
6th Jan 2008 15:59 by Glaslyn
Peasant walk from parking to the NE.Popular spot local dog waking area. Good views of the M5.!
21st Oct 2007 09:41 by THE CYCLIST
6th Oct 2007 22:14 by captain gore-tex
very nice trig in an excellent location, top marks for this one
18th Sep 2007 13:20 by Rhayader_wanderer
parking on the golf course (not by the clubhouse) nice simple walk around on tracks for great view of the lower Severn Valley. Care needed on return, follow cotswold way signs if in doubt as the most visible track will tempt you down into the valley
14th Sep 2007 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, white, metal cap, shallow letters. Nice location at end of spur, fine place to watch sunset
7th Sep 2007 13:10 by bluebeard
not purrfick but pretty damm good
19th Aug 2007 10:00 by Robin Hood
Cotswold Way, so it must be raining - and it was.
7th May 2007 21:49 by Chaotica_UK
Found whilst visiting cache GC3AA8
15th Apr 2007 13:30 by gary&den
Lovely place for lunch!
27th Jan 2007 16:04 by Hartryggers
Found on the edge of a golf course good views
7th Nov 2006 09:30 by Gruntyv8
I know the views are fantastic but today was very foggy.
28th Aug 2006 15:00 by SidAndBob
Middle of a golf course by an uninteresting topograph with public access. Great views from close by. Messily painted white.
Will at the trig ©SidAndBob
8th Aug 2006 16:30 by Only Joking
Day 7. More lovely weather and great views
2nd Jul 2006 14:00 by The Flying Boots
Came up here geocaching. The trig was part of the clues.
7th Apr 2006 20:22 by sly2
25th Jul 2004 17:20 by discjirm
This pillar is in a position that commands superb views over the plains below. There is a golf course surrounding it, but the Cotswold Way passes right by the pillar and this makes access easy.
7th Dec 2003 14:00 by maurice
17th May 2003 12:15 by martin
Great views. Often visited with my wife. Shelter nearby can be seen from motorway when driving up north.
27th Aug 2002 12:00 by peregrinus
SW edge of golf cse - pleasant hill & view
20th Sep 1998 15:20 by vegibagger
western end of hilltop beyond golf course
7th Feb 1998 00:00 by mickandshane
Painted white, with viewfinder nearby. Plug with indented lettering.
17th Jul 1994 00:00 by widget
Out with whole family in new walking boots! No blisters, charming walk and lovely views to the West.
5th Apr 1992 15:00 by arranc
on Cotswold Way. One of the best views I've ever seen.
30th Dec 1963 12:00 by gowrie
Out for a hilly run from Dursley