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Name:Bindon Hill
Hill number:7804
Height:168m / 551ft
Parent (Ma):2896  Lewesdon Hill
RHB Section:41: South Central England
County/UA:Dorset (CoU)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (South)
Class:Tump (100-199m), Subhump
Grid ref:SY 83980 80260
Summit feature:ground 1m W of flagpole
Col:74m  SY837808  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 194
(1:25k) OL15E
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 39 users)ByDate of Ascent
Sunny non firing day.Dugswell224/03/2019
14 mile walk from Corfe Castle to West Lulworth KeithByTheC09/09/2018
Southwest Coast Pathwill8924/06/2017
14.5 mile walk from car park west of Grange Arch, onto Ridgeway Hill, out and back to Creech Barrow Hill passing through a wall of cows twice, down onto road near Steeple village then along track through campsite at Steeple Leaze Farm, into Lulworth Ranges (open on most weekends), onto Tynham Cap, down to the very interesting Tynham abandoned village, along to lovely Worbarrow Bay bagging Worbarrow Tout up steeply to Flowers Barrow out to Bindon Hill passing lots of disused tanks, back steeply up to Flowers Barrow, along to Whiteway Hill trig and followed ridge paths across Povington Hill back to car, Nice views throughout. Hot and sunny with nice breeze.DanTrig21/05/2017
second attempt. range open. gale from west.arranc20/02/2016
Final Dorset hill. Parked at Lulworth YHA; range walks open today after being stymied on this hill a month ago when staying at the hostel. Nice hill to finish the county on. Flagstaff at HP. Had our lunch there watching the paragliders.jonglew13/12/2015
Dorset CTSnell158305/12/2015
Parked in the eye sore of a car park at Lulworth Cove. Best route seems turn left out of the car park and walk up the road for a few hundred yards to join the Coastal Path (not shown on map) - its signposted but quite narrow - protected from a field by 4 rows of barbed wire. Good track all the way. Fine walk.destaylor26/08/2015
Parked in Lulworth car park. Dogs off lead. Not always open to public.Terra Love20/08/2014
Short diversion from Dorset Coast PathAdrian03/05/2014
Parked at large pay & display CP in Lulworth then took footpath at SY 82194 80270.David Gradwell02/04/2012
From Lulworth Cove.thenomad28/07/2011
With G. West Lulworth > Hambury Tout via coast path > Durdle Door > West Lulworth.RT197026/02/2011
Lesley's b'day weekend - a great circular walk along cliffs and back to Lulworth (staying at YH)Chris Pearson05/03/2010
Date is first visit. RHW26/09/2005
Another LDWA walk run by the Dorset Group now of approx 32mls from Weymouth-Swanage along the coast pathphilhythe21/08/2005
Walked up from W Lulworth, continued E to join coastal path back. Dark Green Fritillaries here so went up to Durdle Door and The Warren and saw Lulworth Skippers on the chalk hills. 37 years on, I guess 9 Aug would be too late to see the skippers.pwheeler09/08/1980
Jim Baz15/09/2018
andrew brown20/08/2017
Tony S08/04/2017
Lorna S08/04/2017
Alan Whatley23/08/2008
Edwin Gradwell02/08/2004
Colin Crawford21/08/1999