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Name:Conegar Hill
Hill number:18213
Height:141m / 463ft
Section:41: South Central England
Classification:Tu,1
Drop:64m
Col:77m  SY380963  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
675129/03/2015SY 37937 95480  F: Knoll in woodRHW
Subpoint
1Jim
1091721/10/2015SY 37937 95470  F: Woodland.jonglew
Subpoint
1Jim
2331515/05/2018SY 37925 95501  F: cairn of dead branches c4m north of huge fallen tree trunk
O: cairn may not last but it is substantial (May 2018)
S: Abney
David Gradwell
Summit
Jim
2333115/05/2018SY 37922 95502  F: ground by fallen tree and cairn of branches
O: map contours incorrect
S: Abney level
George Gradwell
Summit
Jim



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Parked as others in rough layby by minor road to north at SY 37928 96008. A small path leaves the public-right-of-way at the start of the wood and heads up through the wood but this path bypasses the summit area so it has to be left and from then on it's a bit of a struggle getting to the summit through the jumble of fallen trees. We've Abneyed the summit and built a cairn of broken dead branches at the highest point. How long that will last is anybody's guess! But the 'cairn' (highest point) is c4m north of a huge fallen tree trunk at SY 37925 95501.David Gradwell15/05/2018
As others parked North of road junction. FP into woods and then headed to HP. Returned via Field and FP.PeterD29/06/2016
Wide grass verge for parking at SY 37926 96015. RoW into woodland then maintained a S direction for top of hill near boundary with arable field.jonglew21/10/2015
From the N.summit just inside the woodlandAdrian04/10/2015
From N, parked N of road junction.RHW29/03/2015
Pleasant bluebell wood, summit a jumble of fallen trees!citygent03/06/2013
andrew brown27/10/2018
Edwin Gradwell15/05/2018
George Gradwell15/05/2018
Steve Q17/09/2016