Altitude 271m a.s.l
turners hill, scramble/climb? © Supadeano86
This summit is listed in Old County Tops hill lists.This summit has been climbed in 3 logbooks.
The hill itself is based inside of the dis-used quarry. Turner's Hill itself is more of a scramble than climbing, no gear place ments, would have to possibly top rope but only old trees for anchor points.
Though looking round there is probably hundreds of un recorded climbs in the quarry itself but don't no wether access is granted or not.
Turners Hill or Turner's Hill is the highest hill in the West Midlands, England, at 271m above sea level. The hill is situated on the border of Dudley and Rowley Regis, in the Metropolitan Borough of Sandwell (originally Rowley Regis and from 1966 to 1974 part of Warley), in a rural part of the predominantly industrial Black Country.
Through a hole in fence, via public footpath, obviously used as grass is trampled but no sure it's legit yet.
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