At 261 m (856 ft), Erbrington Hill is the highest point in the county of Warwickshire. It is located east of the village of Ilmington and west of the village of Mickleton.
Sitting on the border of the Cotswolds, the hilltop is accessible from a road that runs directly next to the summit. A trig point can be found at the top, a short distance behind the radio transmission towers and building. The Monarch’s Way, a long-distance footpath, passes through the nearby village of Hidcote Bartrim.
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|261 m (856 ft)||England||Warwickshire|
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