Cleeve Hill is the highest point in the Cotswolds and the county of Gloucestershire. It commands a good view to the west being on the edge of the chalk escarpment and is crossed by the Cotswold Way. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cleeve Hill"
The Cotswolds are a range of hills in central England, sometimes called the "heart of England", a hilly area reaching over 300 m or 1000 feet. The area has been designated as the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Their highest point is Cleeve Hill at 330m/1083ft. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cotswolds"
May Hill is a hill between Gloucester and Ross-on-Wye, whose summit is on the western edge of Gloucestershire, though its northern slopes are in Herefordshire. It forms part of a low range of hills separating the River Severn from the River Wye. The Hill used to be known as Yartleton Hill, but may have been renamed because of the May Day activities there ( see below). The top of the hill is a Site of Special Scientific Interest. Much of the hill is owned by the National Trust, though the very top is vested with the Longhope Parish Council (though with no fences). It was recently included among the seven wonders of the West Country. ...more on Wikipedia about "May Hill"
Ruardean Hill is a hill in the English county of Gloucestershire, 20 km (12 miles) west of Gloucester. The southern slopes are wooded and are part of the northern edge of the Forest of Dean. The hill forms part of a low range of hills separating the River Severn from the River Wye. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ruardean Hill"
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