Up the gravel track from the west opposite Gore Quarry on the A44. Followed this round to the south, continuing to the view point just south of Stanner Rocks. Then up the rocks and along the ridge to the woody top. Then cut down along a path in the forest to regain track to the north and returning. Apparently the rocks are some of the oldest in the UK, having been pushed up by volcanic activity 700 million years ago. Also, because of the position of this hill, there is some rare fauna on the south side, otherwise only seen in the Mediterranean. A nice walk only marred slightly by the sound of the road.