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Name:Burrow Nose
Hill number:19034
Height:30m / 98ft
Parent (Ma):2889  Dunkery Beacon
Section:40: Cornwall & Devon
County/UA:Devon (CoU)
Island:Non Tump island (t)
Maritime Area:Bristol Channel
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (South)
Class:Unclassified
(Un)
Grid ref:SS 5539 4850 (est)
Drop:28m
Col:2m  SS553484  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 180
(1:25k) OL9W 139
Comments:Deleted from Tumps September 2016 (added Feb 2015). Burrow Nose is the stack at SS 5539 4850 rather than the mainland promontory
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 4 users)ByDate of Ascent
Tump is on an isolated sea stack - not on the peninsula (which although higher at 33m only has p25m).Sea Level rocks gained at low tide down path S of ruin on peninsula tip. 2nd largest tidal range in the world on this coast-so care not to get cut off- forecast 9 metres today. We first climbed Sexton's Burrow the easy 29m stack,(p30m at low tide??) but top in dense gorse -got within 6 metres. Scrambled around to Burrow Nose Stack. A tempting 'safety line' of frayed white tape of unknown vintage 'anchored'to gorse and juniper lent courage to an easy but increasingly risky scramble up rock then steep grass up the stack. When the tape ran out we turned back not wanting to risk an unprotected grassy traverse above a drop. Explorations to the north side found an easy rock and grass scramble up, and more importantly, down again. Sunshine on the grassy top,plenty of space, no cairn.On return. from col climbed to main cliff top up slabby groove -alongside more old tape tied to iron post.Chris Pearson05/04/2016
Walked up from the boat yard. Shame there is no information plaque on the round building.Alancache12/03/2016
Walked out from the campsite.Chris Peart22/09/2008
stevent080919/03/2016