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Name:High Peak
Hill number:18865
Height:157m / 515ft
Parent (Ma):2892  Staple Hill
RHB Section:40: Cornwall & Devon
County/UA:Devon (CoU)
Catchment:Otter, Catchment Boundaries
Class:Tump (100-199m)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:SY 10347 85950
Summit feature:ground 3m NNE of trig point
Drop:54m
Col:103m  SY104864  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 192
(1:25k) 115
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 26 users)ByDate of Ascent
Stunning sunny SW coastal location.Dugswell227/03/2019
Sidmouth to Exmouth on the SWCP. Short diversion up to trig.rhalstead16/02/2019
Squeezed the car in by Sea View Farm- did the double back then up steep flinty path. Was careful by cliff edge when photographing top and view.Mark Sims06/12/2018
Roadside parking on Ladram Rd (at Sea View Farm). RoW on Barr's Lane initially then a bit of a slog through brash and bramble, would have been better to continue on that path till it meets coastal path and double back. Track leads up to the trig. Returned via coastal path. With Carole Engel.jonglew24/02/2018
Best approached from SWC path. Woodland track to west very over-growncarole engel24/02/2018
On coast walk from Budleigh SaltertonPoolton12307/10/2017
Again from the C.P but this time more of a challenge. Lovely.Play2End13/09/2017
Bagged as YSM0643 High Peak. Walked along the a great track which went all the way to the pillar. Nice wee staircase and amazing views. Easily the most picturesque trig point of the weekend, top marks for this one. #2 day#3 - Most picturesque Total day#2 #11 Total day#1 #13thejackrustles20/08/2017
On Exmouth to Sidmouth section of SWCP.Nab Scar23/07/2017
Exe to axe runbenwloudon02/04/2017
On Sidmouth to Buddleigh Salterton walk with JELpwheeler20/08/2016
With Helen walk from Otterton along the River Otter and along the South west coast path past Ladram bay to High peak returning to Otterton via Bar's lane.Suzyj10/07/2016
Nice walk from Ladram Bay. Quite an exposed summit on the seaward sideisabelle01/11/2014
Have done this a number of times. With family and friends. On one occasion I ran up it from the near by Mutter's Moor car park. I met a number of Marines from the nearby Lympstone Training Centre. At the tender of 50 plus I was treated with a great deal of respect as I powered past them to the summit. They had Bergans I didn't. When they got to their check I was taking a well earned breather.Then one suggested I put on one of their packs. ***** or what ever expletive you want to use. These things are heavy, very very heavy. I salute you all.Anthony Vosper01/10/2012
Revisited 22/04/17 on a Big Picket Rock recce then seeing the trig realised it's an armchair tickRHW12/08/2006
KC On visit to Sidmouth walking to/from Ottertoncrazy19/03/2000
Date estimated.TK14/05/1996
David Purchase25/04/2015
TeasyChris17/06/2014
Denise 22/07/2012
Dusty04/11/2010
AlanD23/07/2010
David Purchase19/04/2007
summitter01/01/2000
David Purchase17/05/1997
IainT17/10/1996