Cooper's Hill near Brockworth, is 4 miles southeast of Gloucester
and is on the edge of the Cotswold escarpment.
Cooper's Hill - The Location
The Cheese Rolling slope runs from a point just above the
start of the tree free, shadowed part at the lower centre of the picture, to the perimeter of the cottage gardens
near the top of the picture, short but very steep!
The distance from Start to Finish is approximately 90 meters as measured on the
The Cockrell on the pole at the top of the hill can be located by the shadow
cast by the pole
The sunlit area lower centre of the picture is a plateau at the top of the hill.
Location (O.S. SO892146) (N51:49:50 - W2:09:25)
(UK Postcode GL3 4SB)
fantastic 360° panoramas of Cooper's Hill at the BBC Gloucestershire Web Site
Hill Local Nature Reserve:
A local nature reserve, 2 miles south of Brockworth on
A46, with nationally important beech woodlands and a waymarked trail.
Cooper's Hill stands between
Gloucester (6.5m), Cheltenham
and Stroud (8.5m),
Just off the A46 Cheltenham -
Stroud Road, 1.1 Miles South of Brockworth.
Location Map (Local
The bottom of the hill is approximately
0.6 miles from the junction of Nuthill lane with the A46.
From the car parking field, walk 0.25 miles East up the lane to Cooper's Hill (No
(Distances shown are approximate, on-road routes from the hill.)
The Car Park (left) & Cooper's Hill (right), the
straight line (from centre to right) is 300 Meters.
||From Gloucester city centre, take the
A417 to Brockworth (signposted Brockworth or Cirencester), Cooper's Hill (around 3
miles away) is signposted locally. Alternatively, take bus 10 Gloucester
to Cheltenham (Via Brockworth), or bus 46 from Stroud to Cheltenham (Via
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