There is very limited parking - room for one car - at the end of the lane, just before the sharp bend as shown on the map. If you can park here you have a fairly short and easy route up to the trig point of this decent-sized hill. You can walk it from other directions, and from much lower down. However, I had a partner, 8 year old and baby with me, so opted for what looks to be the quickest way up.
This hill has a claim to fame in that it was used in the film 'The Englishman who went up a Hill and came down a Mountain'.
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