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Name:North Hill
Hill number:17905
Height:35m / 115ft
Parent (Ma):none
RHB Section:40: Cornwall & Devon
County/UA:Isles of Scilly (UA)
Maritime area:Isles of Scilly
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:SV 87725 13069
Summit feature:no feature
Col:3m  SV877127  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 203
(1:25k) 101
Observations:chambered cairn is nearby
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 19 users)ByDate of Ascent
Accessed Samson by rubber dinghy with outboard when moored at Green Bay, Bryher. Landed on sand on west beach. Fine chambered cairns at summitDenise 19/07/2016
Landed on the super sandy beach on NE side of island. Good path to summit with interesting chambered cairns. Fine stonework of the inner chamber.RichardM19/07/2016
A fine multi hill day cruising with the Kestrel and good bagging folk. Easy landing on beach to East, both summits.nordicstar05/07/2016
Bank of burial chamber (one of several) with rock 1m N slightly lower. All manmade but ancient. Natural hp location unclear. Plants include pyramidal orchid, sea bindweed and sea spurge. Landed in cove at N end the path round coast and to summits.RHW04/07/2016
On a boat trip to Annet, Gweal, North and South Hill on Samson, then Round Island before revisits to St Helens and Tresco.Dugswell204/07/2016
With SmudgeAdrian\'s jacket04/07/2016
A chance meeting with Adrian's Jacket on this summit.Smudge04/07/2016
Boat from St Mary's dropped us of at Bar Point. Well-defined track to summit through gorse/fern etc. Chambered cairn. Marked contrast to South Hill summit.jonglew18/09/2014
by sea kayak from St MarysAndyS22/07/2012
Very approximate date, with the familyRichard Lawrenc01/08/1984
Kingsley to Sampson. Walk through heavy ferns and brambles. Black rabbits.arranc15/07/1967
Alex C05/07/2016