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Name:Eggardon Hill
Hill number:5423
Height:252m / 827ft
Parent (Ma):2896  Lewesdon Hill
RHB Section:41: South Central England
County/UA:Dorset (CoU)
Catchment:Brit, Piddle & Frome
Class:Hump, Tump (200-299m)
(Hu,Tu,2)
Grid ref:SY 54728 94224
Summit feature:ground by field hedge
Drop:115m
Col:137m  SY539974  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 194
(1:25k) OL15W 117W
Comments:Relocated April 2013. Tumulus with trig pillar at SY546944 is as high but does not lie on the natural summit.
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 67 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
On a days walk from Loders, walked along bridleway to ruined barn with dishes attached then North, pity the hill fort is not the high point well worth a visitphilhythe30/09/2018
With K. Trivial bag.Ashley17/11/2017
Park in a small layby part way down the hill trig in a field surrounded with barbed wireTony Hartry08/09/2017
Parked in a rough layby at SY 54574 94205, on Spyway Road. It was a 5 minute round trip to the summit from here. Also took in the trig and had a turn around the hill fort.Sprog15/08/2017
From the road.tomd403/11/2016
From parking to north, road walk then quick out and back.rhalstead03/09/2016
Did this on the way back from Lyme Regis back to Serborne.steverd27/07/2016
Did this on the way back from Lyme Regis on return to Sherburne.Dragonzilla27/07/2016
With Wendy. Wonderful iron age hill fort, nice trig, rubbish high point.ijpowell26/07/2016
3/5 Easy quick bag from roadFergalh16/08/2015
En-route to Long Knoll.tim74705/06/2015
Visited the rough area of the highest ground from a gas enclosure and then the trig.fasgadh08/04/2015
After visiting the trig on Saturday 28th I was told by the others that it wasn't the hump summit. Returned in the cloud and strong winds of Sunday morning.vegibagger29/03/2015
Revisit for natural HP. OS had an 'old trig' close to highest point of hedge SY 54728 94224 approx. However rather level field at c. SY 54766 94147 could be as high or higher.RHW28/03/2015
Tick with Alex and Alan.Dugswell228/03/2015
Terrible visibility, but first TuMP climbed on a fun day out with Douglas and Alan as part of the Trigger's Spring gathering.Alex C28/03/2015
Very miserable weather on this top today - thick mist and wind. Came up as part of the trig baggers weekend.Father Ted28/03/2015
Visited hill fort and walked along road to trig.Skerryvore26/07/2014
Quick diversion from the A35 on way home from site visit. Managed to access the field and park by some sort of water holding facility. The highest point seemed to be somewhere within an arable field and it was certainly higher than the trig point.Herbert Anchovy02/01/2014
With Alf. The gate to the field on which the top has been relocated was open. Walked over it but the trig looks a bit higher. Visted the nearby hill fort wonderful spot.mick27/08/2013
With Anna, walked up from Powerstock. The recent relocation has placed the top in the middle of field full of tall grass protected by barbed wire! A pointless exercise, I suspect. At least the trig can be reached from a footpath without requiring gymnastics!citygent08/06/2013
On way after work to Ollie & Ann's at Axminster to join Lesley & family for 5 days in Cornwall. Diverted on lovely evening to trig and field(top).Chris Pearson08/06/2013
Some good ice formations on the adjacent, leaky, water tank today.Chris Peart12/03/2013
trickiest bit was traversing the barbed wire.. super views though on a lovely crisp morningstig_nest18/11/2012
Extremely windy day and threatening rain, but it held off for us. Otherwise nothing much to note.jonglew16/06/2012
P at ROW to NW of trig.chrisbien22/05/2012
Parked on rough lay-by at SY 54715 94529David Gradwell01/04/2012
Take the dogs here alot, but never realized it was on this site! Digging through various photos to get a date, it was particularly hot and sunny, just before the fine weather broke and the floods of 2012 began. Some fine views down to the coast from here on a clear day.derlan28/03/2012
A roadside column 5885 on a mound with cows.arranc13/01/2012
Easy parking.destaylor04/08/2011
Trig point just over a barbed wire fence.clivevilla09/07/2009
Estimate datebenwloudon01/08/2008
rdside tumulus, fine view. tumulus just W of road RHW21/09/2002
Swindon Bagger26/05/2018
jenx16/05/2018
nordicstar16/05/2018
carole engel23/02/2018
PGCE21/12/2017
Bug17/11/2017
Kiltie09/10/2017
Alan Caine28/03/2015
iaindbrown22/03/2015
RobertP22/12/2014
David Rawden17/07/2014
Mark Sims10/06/2014
Campbell Singer23/09/2013
Alan Whatley23/09/2013
Colin Crawford12/03/2013
alda27/12/2012
chalky195322/11/2012