Parking: 52.061402, -2.347214
TOAL: 52.058501, -2.351338
About a 25 minute walk from the carpark (which cost £4.80) to the summit. Probably 15 minutes without ice and snow. Absolutely stunning views for about 20 miles or more, a full 360 panoramic.
The most recognisable of all the Malvern Hills, British Camp is thought to have been the location of a hillfort dating from maybe 3,500 years ago in the Bronze Age. At a height of 338m above sea level, it offers a magnificent view of land all around and especially the primary pass through the hills at that time; Wynds Point.
The first hillfort was built on the British Camp summit. Then, at around 400 BC, there was a rapid expansion of population in Britain and the hillfort was extended to include the northern spur of British Camp and also Millennium Hill.
Land owner permission not required.
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Co-ordinates: 52.05824, -2.351856 • what3words: ///florists.glades.estimates