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Name:Tynemoor
Hill number:18104
Height:189m / 620ft
Parent (Ma):2891  Beacon Batch
RHB Section:41: South Central England
County/UA:Bath and NE Somerset (CoU)
Catchment:Avon (Bristol)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:ST 61205 59941
Summit feature:ground by tree
Drop:69m
Col:120m  ST626600  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 172
(1:25k) 142
Observations:level summit area
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 21 users)ByDate of Ascent
Lane is suitable for motor vehicles despite sign to the contrary. Parked next to reservoir on verge. Very flat.Campbell Singer10/12/2018
Used Abney to establish HP as not obvious on flattish area over 3 fields. Avon Wildlife trust land. Superb hollowed and gnarled oak nearby. Parking near reservoir.Denise 16/11/2018
From the E through Avon Wildlife Trust NR (As GA, amused by the paths to avoid mud). Lovely curving hollowed out oak at SE corner of reserve and gate into adjacent field of pasture where the OS spot height is marked. Would be far too easy were it not that the ground on the hedge line beside large tree in arable fields to SE is higher.RichardM16/11/2018
Clutton to Whitchurch. Unintended second ascent (hadn't recalled previous visit) after two celebrations near Glastonbury earlier in the day.Smudge28/10/2017
1/1 TynemoorFergalh24/10/2017
As per GordonAdsheadarranc06/08/2017
From the reservoir, through the weedy field, into the wheat field, where the high point at the far end appears higher than the land on the other side of the hedgeMariana Trench05/08/2016
Parked by stile, space for one car. Surprised to see many others walking on FP. Spot height appears to be HP, but other contenders exist although from them HP looks higher.PeterD24/04/2016
Just managed to park at style of narrow lane to the NNE. Amused to find - Alternative path to avoid mud.GordonAdshead25/10/2015
11.30 after being stalled.by climbing the non listed volcano shaped Bing of Midsommer Norton. It should surely be on the tump list.vegibagger04/08/2015
From NE. Initially waypointed pasture SW side of stile which I subsequently noticed is the spot ht location, although I thought fenceline just SE of stile slightly higher. Whatever...RHW12/04/2015
Approach as HA. I thought the summit was near the tree in the hedgeline at ST61204 59942, as in Smudge's photo, although I got better height readings near the gate.Chris Peart27/03/2015
Space for one car to park by the start of the path to the NE or more parking by the reservoir. Lovely stroll in the sun through Avon Wildlife Trust's Folly Farm nature reserve. There's a nice old hollow oak tree which would have made a good top but unfortunately I think the high point is somewhere in the arable land to the east so a climb over a bw fence was required.Herbert Anchovy18/03/2015
Hilltop pasture. Took 3 Peaks path out of Stowey then deviated off for the hill.jonglew29/12/2014
Clutton to Marksbury.Smudge26/04/2014
andrew brown21/08/2017
ngthack10/08/2017
Dusty15/09/2016
Adrian11/03/2016
Trantham Clan01/06/2015
Sainesy24/03/2015