227 m altitude, 82 m prominence, 11.79 km isolation
Just outside Birmingham, we turn off the M6 motorway, drive for a few miles, and stop in a large car park. I thought we were going to drive all the way to the top, but it turns out we have to walk a few hundred meters. Nice. There is a memorial at the top, apparently in memory of the victims of war. However, I bet the natural high point is a little away, behind the fence, or maybe at the edge of the fence.
The sun sets, and after a couple of minutes, we move further north. Tomorrow we’ll attempt Scotland’s southernmost P600 mountain. – Merrick