Rocktype UNKNOWN
Altitude 191m a.s.l
Faces N

Crampons on Crook Peak. © deepstar

Summit of this hill

This summit has been climbed in 17 logbooks.

Hill features

The site extends for some 5km from west to east. Near its eastern end it is divided by a gap used by the A38 road and the disused Cheddar Valley railway line. From west to east the site includes these hills:

Crook Peak, reaching 191m (627 ft), a prominent feature from the surrounding landscape. Evidence of early human occupation includes a polished flint axe.

A ridge to the southeast of Crook Peak, known as 'The Razor', is used by the West Mendip Soaring Association to fly model aircraft in south-westerly/southerly or north-easterly winds.

Approach notes

King's Wood between Cross Plain and Shute Shelve Hill is owned by the National Trust operate a small carpark.

Sorry, There are no Route Cards associated with this hill
Walked up from North Quarry with Compton. Good breeze and got to summit in time to see sunset on shortest day of the year
leland stamper - 21/Dec/14
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