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Name:Treborough Common
Hill number:17927
Height:412m / 1352ft
Parent (Ma):2889  Dunkery Beacon
RHB Section:41: South Central England
County/UA:Somerset (CoU)
Hill area:Exmoor
Catchment:Exe
Watershed:Land's End to John o' Groats, Land's End to Dover, The Lizard to Dunnet Head
Class:Tump (400-499m)
(Tu,4)
Grid ref:ST 00489 35117
Summit feature:trig point
Drop:64m
Col:348m  SS976354  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 181
(1:25k) OL9E
Observations:ground c 70m SE may be as high
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 29 users)ByDate of Ascent
Start from Treborough south to B3224, footpath to Beverton Pond and then west to Buckland Farm, following track over fields to Lower Eastcott Farm. Lane NE to Treborough Common and HP. Footpath NE to lane and back to Treborough. 5.8miles; 2hrs,03mins.Howards31/03/2020
As others. Uncertain high point so trig will do.Herbert Anchovy30/01/2020
Easy walk across grassland to Trig pillar from car park on B3224fosal2925/07/2019
Parked in entrance to site of new Cross Country Equestrian Centre at 00145 35073 and walked across the pasture and over the fence to the trig.clivevilla27/03/2019
jimbloomer25/01/2019
andrew brown11/11/2018
On route to Taunton, easy from B roadnordicstar14/10/2017
mae04/10/2017
Adrian15/05/2017
MM30/08/2016
Alan Caine24/08/2016
Large car park, signposted but hidden behind a hedge 50m west of the road junction to the SW (alt 1315ft) Easy walk to the summit across flat grassland. 0.5 miles return.moorsman14/06/2016
Parking at eventing entrance, all quiet today. HP probably at trig pillar, near water tank, but large flat field so could be anywhere between there and the OS 412m spot height.jonglew04/04/2016
Lovely views, shame I couldn't enjoy them today - it was so windy I could hardly stand up.Alancache09/03/2016
Parked by road and used footpath to field - watch out for the International Eventing days! (then inaccessible)Poolton12303/08/2015
3/8 of long day ! quick hop over from road. some parking here trig point beside wallFergalh15/11/2014
Easy to reach from the main road. Trig point located at the centre of a Point to Point race- course, next to a messy array of equipment.Isambard16/03/2014
Moorponder19/08/2012
By bike - Cothelstone to Exfordfasgadh01/04/2012
From car park close to road junction at ST 00142 35074. (Car park not shown on maps.) No access problems. Trig in roped off compound. Also visited 412m spot height to be sure. Difficult to determine highest point.David Gradwell24/10/2011
Edwin Gradwell24/10/2011
isabelle26/09/2011
stevent080902/01/2011
summit area used for horse events signs and clutter also sections of stacked bridge or canopy rotting away?Chris Pearson10/08/2010
Dusty09/07/2009
George Gradwell21/06/2008
RHW04/09/2004
andrew.allum01/01/2000
IainT10/02/1996