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Name:Trendrine Hill
Hill number:17567
Height:247m / 810ft
Parent (Ma):2887  Watch Croft [White Downs]
RHB Section:40: Cornwall & Devon
County/UA:Cornwall (CoU)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (South)
Watershed:Land's End to John o' Groats, Land's End to Dover
Class:Tump (200-299m), Clem
Grid ref:SW 47880 38765
Summit feature:trig point
Col:184m  SW444353  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 203
(1:25k) 102
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 25 users)ByDate of Ascent
Jonglew route - brilliant. Laybye near entrance gate too.jimbloomer20/01/2019
From a layby (SW 4730 3917). Field gate leads into a rough cattle pasture. Follwed fenceline down to SW 4765 3859 where a track leads through the gorse to the trigged summit.jonglew19/10/2018
From small lay-by to east. Easy route up to rock tor, cross fence and a narrow path all the way to trig.PeterD21/09/2018
cattle graze the slopes which allowed progress on minor trails through gorse. reasonable path along summit crestcjo19/06/2018
Parked in small layby to east of pt 189m on B3306 to NW of summit, where a track goes S to Amalveor Downs. Follow this to first fork and go SE on over grown path by overgrown wall to reach a ruined engine house at col, not immediately visible. Here turn left (NE), still on narrow, if overgrown path to right (S) of obvious outcropping tor. Then as ground levels cross fence though gate to obvious and isolated trig. Reasonable path all the way. Long trousers recommended but less gorse than expected and recommended route. HP outcropping slabs by Trig.Denise 20/06/2017
From the tiny quarry to the WSW on the main road. Decent track up to the fence below the col, then a good, but narrow path through the gorse all the way to the summit. With my daughter in the sling.victimofmathema30/03/2016
Climbed up from gate to NE over briar and gorse to eventually gain summit and trig. I found a path of sorts on the way down.Dugswell206/05/2015
Park in small layby on B3306 opposite Cists which are shown on map to the W of hill. Faint path S, then E to rock tor. At tor cross fence to S, then follow path to trig. Summit covered in gorse blocking other access options.PeteF29/10/2014
Newmill to Whitecross: From Logan Stone & shafts at Sperris Quoit an unmapped & recently cut path leads to the summit (BS mapped path no longer in evidence). From Trig a thin trail exists heading S/SE & winding down to a gate at Beagletodn - requires a bit of forcing tactics in places.Smudge04/10/2014
Horrendous climb through chest high heather and brambles that tripped me up. Good view from trig though and nice perched boulder on lower tor. Also climbed Rosewall Hill, which was much easier than this.Mark Sims20/12/2013
Bagged the hill and trig whilst geocaching.CornishGazza28/01/2012
Hell – cloaked in high dense bracken, brambles and gorse. Gave up even starting from North – attacked from the church to the SE. A few easy grassy fields to trespass through, wall / fence / bank to climb and the fight began. Many scratches and frustration as brambles were often hidden among the bracken , Darren in shorts – lacerated! Last 100 metres was gorse. Dressed up in “armoured leggings” of overtrousers with padding stuffed inside made up of clothing, packed lunch, hat, first aid kit, wallet etc. One leg had elastic bandage wrapped around – worked – gorse proof. Summit trig reached on own whilst Darren waited . I returned to him, swapped over the body armour for his turn to push through the gorse to the summit. Descent was equally as bad – we veered off into thick bracken jungle – which led to fields. 2 hours for a short hill to bag in passing. Then went and climbed the superb Commando Ridge in searing heat.Chris Pearson08/08/2010
Not the easiest to visit in the summer gorse, but a fantastic hill with two superb Bronze Age cairns on the summit.thesweetcheat18/06/2005
fine heathland summit, pleasant view, desparately prickly, to avoid follow FP from saddle to SW. layby on bend to W, head SE to find FP at saddle, follow to TP RHW25/08/2002
carole engel02/05/2017