All Details & GPS Waypoint

Long Coppice Hill 205m (673ft)

Classification: Hill Trigpoint, Clem, P30 Tump.
OS Grid Ref: SO793802 (10 figure Grid Ref: SO7935180274).
The original GR data for this hill was only accurate to a 6 figure grid reference (c.a 100m).
We have used additional user / trigpoint data to bring it up to 10 figures.

UK Area: 39 - Central and Eastern England (OS Maps 1:50k 138. 1:25k 218.)
Latitude: 52.4200672, Longitude: -2.3050377, Height: 205 metres (673 feet)
Prominence: 59 metres (194 feet)
Unique Waypoint POI Name: 0205.- (DoBIH Hill ID: 17115)

Associated Parent Hill:
   The Wrekin (407m, p310)

Associated Trigpoint:
  TP4675 'Park Attwood' Grid Ref: SO7935180274 Separation: 181m from Hill grid ref.

External Links for Long Coppice Hill:
-GeoHack link... -OS Map Bing link... -Google Map link... -Geograph link... -Long Coppice Hill on hill-bagging.co.uk... -Park Attwood on trigpointinguk.com...

Data courtesy of the Database of British and Irish Hills

Selected mapping: Google or Bing / Ordnance Survey

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Long Coppice Hill List & GPS Waypoints:

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  • '0205.-' SO793802 Long Coppice Hill (205m, p59)

Member's Comments on Long Coppice Hill...

  • Nick Wakelam says...
  • Limited roadside parking - but OK to block access gate to reservoir & mast as you wont be there long! Gate not locked. Highest point seems to be to east of compound; but all fairly flat. Easy detour to trig in same field. Very muddy with recent rain. Limited views.
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Long Coppice Hill has been climbed by...

alan caine Andrew Brown bramley Carole Griefmiester Nick Wakelam philandtheresa rhayader_wanderer rhw slateloose stevent0809 Ted Richards yukin61

 

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* The waypoint data in italics is only accurate to a 6 fig grid reference. Click here to learn how to help improve it.
Data courtesy of the Database of British and Irish Hills