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Cleeve Hill (also known as Cleeve Cloud) is the highest point both of the Cotswolds hill range and in the county of Gloucestershire, at 1083 ft.

Cotswolds

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Cleeve Hill (also known as Cleeve Cloud) is the highest point both of the Cotswolds hill range and in the county of Gloucestershire, at 1083 ft. It is located on Cleeve Common which is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) looked after by a small charity called Cleeve Common Trust (formally Cleeve Common Board of Conservators).
The highest point of the region is Cleeve Hill at 1083 ft, just to the east of Cheltenham.

Cheltenham

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It commands a clear view to the west, over Cheltenham and the racecourse, over the River Severn and into Wales; and to the north over Winchcombe.
Cleeve Hill overlooks the town and is the highest point in the county of Gloucestershire at 1,083 feet (330 m).

Cheltenham Racecourse

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It commands a clear view to the west, over Cheltenham and the racecourse, over the River Severn and into Wales; and to the north over Winchcombe.
The racecourse has a scenic location in a natural amphitheatre just below the escarpment of the Cotswold Hills, at Cleeve Hill, with a capacity of 67,500 spectators.

Cleeve Common

Common Land
Cleeve Hill (also known as Cleeve Cloud) is the highest point both of the Cotswolds hill range and in the county of Gloucestershire, at 1083 ft. It is located on Cleeve Common which is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) looked after by a small charity called Cleeve Common Trust (formally Cleeve Common Board of Conservators).
It lies in the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is on Cleeve Hill.

Belas Knap

Belas Knap Long Burrow
Close to the summit is the Neolithic long barrow, Belas Knap.
Belas Knap is a neolithic, chambered long barrow situated on Cleeve Hill, near Cheltenham and Winchcombe, in Gloucestershire, England.

Cotswold Way

Cotswold Way National Trail
It is crossed by the Cotswold Way footpath.
After Cleeve Hill the escarpment starts to turn to the east, giving views across the Vale of Evesham.

The Wrekin

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It can be seen well into Staffordshire and the Black Country, and even as far as the Beetham Tower in Manchester, Winter Hill in Lancashire and Cleeve Hill in Gloucestershire.

Broadway Tower, Worcestershire

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*Broadway Tower - at the second highest point of the Cotswolds
Broadway Tower is a folly on Broadway Hill, near the large village of Broadway, in the English county of Worcestershire, at the second-highest point of the Cotswolds (after Cleeve Hill).

Whittington, Gloucestershire

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This can be reached from Cheltenham via Ham Hill and Aggs Hill, or from the village of Whittington, Gloucestershire.
The Cotswold Hills are situated nearby with Cleeve Hill rising up above the village, the Cotswold's highest point.

Cheltenham Gold Cup

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It was a flat race, and it was contested over 3 miles on Cleeve Hill, which overlooks the present venue.

Ellenborough Park Hotel

Ellenborough Park
Southam is at the foot of Cleeve Hill, the highest point of the Cotswolds, and is part of Tewkesbury Borough.

Bishop's Cleeve

Cleeve
The village lies at the foot of Cleeve Hill, the highest point in the Cotswolds and borders Woodmancote on the East side of the Gloucestershire Warwickshire railway line that splits the two parishes.

George Stevens (jockey)

George Stevens
George Stevens (12 June 1833, Cheltenham – 2 June 1871, Cleeve Hill) was an English jockey, famous for having the most wins in the Grand National.

Woodmancote, Tewkesbury Borough

WoodmancoteWoodmancote, Gloucestershire
It lies adjacent to Bishop's Cleeve and Cleeve Hill, 4 miles north of Cheltenham.

Cheltenham Spa Malvern Road railway station

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Stone from the Cleeve Hill quarries was used in the station buildings, while the platform copings were sourced from Pontypridd.

River Isbourne

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The source of the river is a series of springs that occur on the northern flank of Cleeve Hill, on the edge of the Cotswold Hills.

Dunkery Hill

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There are extensive views from the summit, from where the Bristol and English Channel coasts, the Brecon Beacons including Pen Y Fan, Bodmin Moor, Dartmoor, the Severn Bridges and Cleeve Hill 86 mi away in Gloucestershire are visible.

List of counties of England and Wales in 1964 by highest point

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Cheltenham and District Light Railway

Routes were operated from Cheltenham Spa railway station to Cleeve Hill, Prestbury, Charlton Kings and Leckhampton.