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Name:Bartinney Downs
Hill number:17581
Height:224m / 735ft
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 39452 29337
Summit feature:no feature: ground c 5m SE of trig point
Col:173m  SW395300  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 203
(1:25k) 102
Observations:ground 30m W at SW 39425 29340 is as high as trig point base
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 37 users)ByDate of Ascent
11 years to the day since we last came up here. We walked up from Little Kelynack near the airport, via Numphra Common. The prehistoric summit enclosure is quite overgrown with gorse, but the paths are clear an easily passable. Terrific views on a perfect day of clear blue skies. We dropped down to Carn Euny, then on to Brane, Boscawen-un stone circle and finished at Sancreed.thesweetcheat22/06/2019
From car park to SW and after Carn Brea. RoW initially then veered off left on a farm track. HP looks to be approx 5m SE of trig pillar.jonglew19/10/2018
From Carn Brea Car Park, a number of possible routes to top and trig.PeterD20/09/2018
From due North along PROW.cjo19/06/2018
from Carn Brea car park, Carn Brea, Bartinney Downs, Carn Euny ancient village, Tredinney Common, car park.joseph mitchell14/05/2018
Midsummer dawn ascent SE from Roselands campsite. Cloud cleared to give a perfect sunrise - a red disc of light appeared slowly over the horizon as birdsong increased. Flattish summit area covered in gorse but path through. Trig. Small stone lined well c 5m NW of trig. HP small bank of earth c 5 m from trig.Denise 21/06/2017
Ran up from the carpark to the south. Heather and gorse in full flower and looking lovely in the morning sun.Herbert Anchovy26/08/2016
Together with Carn Brea and a visit to Carn Eunyvictimofmathema31/07/2015
A circuit from Carn Brea parking area taking in Carn Euny settlement, Bartinney Downs and Carn Brea itself. Lovely clear views as far as the Scillies.milimana05/06/2015
I used the Carn Brea car park then took the obvious path to the nature reserve for a direct route towards the summit and trig.Dugswell207/05/2015
Parked at Carn Brea carpark. Took track to NNE, then followed this until reached summit.PeteF29/10/2014
Bagged the hill whilst geocaching.CornishGazza27/04/2013
Path all the way from NT car park. A nice change from the prickly horror of Trendrine Hill yesterday. Sunny day.Chris Pearson09/08/2010
On a walk from St Buryan to St Just via Boscawen-Un and Carn Euny.thesweetcheat22/06/2008
Alan Caine31/03/2019
Martin R29/03/2019
carole engel02/05/2017
Mark Sims22/12/2016
Alex C07/02/2012