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Name:Hurlingbarrow Hill
Hill number:17700
Height:155m / 509ft
Parent (Ma):2886  Carnmenellis
RHB Section:40: Cornwall & Devon
County/UA:Cornwall (CoU)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (South)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SW727483 (est)
Col:118m  SW717496  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 204
(1:25k) 104

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 9 users)ByDate of Ascent
Short distance from road but involves moderate thrashing through brambly undergrowth! Two possible HPs: next to solar array, outside its security fence, at northern of two marked tumuli, in an area of bramble by wall junction; or -our preferred HP-: at southern of two marked tumuli where there is a definite barrow, partly tree covered but all quite open under the tree canopy of oak, sweet chestnut, holly and rhododendron with not too many brambles. No line of sight between two and no cairn. Easy parking west side of B 3277 in single car lay by to south of road junction, and east of summit.Denise 21/10/2018
Easy parking on the B3277, through woods to summit area. Large barrow (SW 72817 48321)in wood feels to be higher than the fields to the W. Not sure about the heavily overgrown northern barrow!RichardM21/10/2018
Verge parking on the B road (SW 7282 4840). Field junc SW 7276 4835 may be the HP, but barrow(?) in scrubby woodland seems higher (SW 72807 48319).jonglew18/10/2018
A mound in the field between the solar farm and the road appears to be the high point. It is at 72770 48387 and is horribly brambly.clivevilla12/11/2017
From E. Natural HP seemed to be N edge of solar array or field adjacent. Rather level area.RHW04/04/2015
Intended as quick bag from road along apparent track next to wood. Good single car pull-in. Dressed for summer stroll but needed thick thorn and nettle proof clothing and probably branch cutters! Left for another day!ijpowell25/07/2014
Mark Sims23/12/2015