Name:Stapleton Hill East
Hill number:17017
Height:323.4m / 1061ft
Parent (Ma):2183  Beacon Hill
SMC/RHB Section:38B: West Gloucestershire, Hereford & Worcester
Topographical area:WM03 Pegwn-beacon
Class:Tump (300-399m)
Grid ref:SO 34908 66515
Summit feature:no feature
Col:281m  SO334664  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 137 148 149
(1:25k) 201N
Observations:ground 45m ENE at SO 34949 66537 is 8cm lower
Survey:Leica NA730/Leica GS15
Survey of Stapleton Hill East.pdf
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 20 users)ByDate of Ascent
From SO 33837 66381, bridleway to SO 34541 66405, follow fence line.Martin R16/09/2022
Parked on verge to W, about 100m before end of road. ROW, then track to summit. Directly down to Noisy Hall for Cole's Hill.PGCE26/03/2022
Parked near Hill Crest which is no longer derelict. Walked along road, then track, then up path past old car and to summit just over fence. Back to track junction then onto Cole’s Hill.PeterD12/09/2021
Clockwise circuit over first the little wooded gem to the north, with a very long dead car wreck on its western summit slopes then Coles Hill to the south and another more recent red Suzuki abandoned wreck just west of Noisy Hall in the valley between the two hills. (11,3)vegibagger04/11/2020
Parked on verge at end of tarmaced road to west of hill. Sought permission and was met by a very friendly lady with a very friendly dog. Pleasant walk along grassy lane before branching left up into woods, along fence to top. Then onto Coles Hill via the intriguing Noisy Hall.Campbell Singer05/02/2020
From the west. Delightful walk.Barbara Singer05/02/2020
Parked in Lingen church car park, walked through village and followed footpath next to Baptist church. Beautiful views in the last of the sun.Wheeler05/09/2018
From the road end to the west (parking) . Into the woods and along the ridge on a path through very attractive oak woods. Met Moorsman on the way out.fasgadh07/08/2018
Parking just north of Hill Crest (derelict) then a walk along the minor road to the junction into New House. Short lane before reaching the woods where, after passing through the gate, a path leads off left upwards to the summit.moorsman07/08/2018
In open woodland just off path by fence.Denise 16/01/2018
From Lingen where there is good parking. W along track then through Lingen Vallet Wood to summit ridge in open oak woodland. High point a straggly tree beside wire fence. Limited view but a pleasant spot. Sunshine, moderate WNW wind.RichardM16/01/2018
Parked at road junction to the west. Walked east along the lane which becomes a track before heading ne up the hill just after New House Farm to the top of Stapleton Hill East then south to Noisy Hall and briefly along a path before going up a forest track to the summit of Coles Hill.clivevilla18/04/2016
As for RHW.arranc12/04/2016
From Lingen. Was also going to Cole's Hill but current forestry activity, making it a 'war zone', deterred me (for the time being).summitsup24/09/2015
Fourth on a circuit of 4 tops from Lingen. Faint track from New House follows the crest of the ridge west before dropping down into a sunken lane back to Lingen.milimana06/04/2015
From W, end of yellow road, track then woodland edge, easy.RHW25/10/2014
andrew brown15/02/2018