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Name:Arthur's Point
Hill number:18205
Height:147m / 482ft
Parent (Ma):2891  Beacon Batch
RHB Section:41: South Central England
County/UA:Somerset (CoU)
Catchment:Axe (Weston)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:ST 53797 47273
Summit feature:grassy mound
Col:113m  ST541469  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 182 183
(1:25k) 141
Observations:ground in woodland 150m SE at ST 53893 47151 may be as high
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 27 users)ByDate of Ascent
Sunday morning stroll from Wells with Rosie whilst Yvonne at Wells CathedralLongwojo20/10/2019
Parked in Wookey Hole. Followed West Mendip Way to the mound at the topfosal2907/10/2019
An easy ascent along the West Mendip Way.cosyphil30/03/2019
with Noah and Charlottecraigfoley27/12/2018
with Mum and Dadnoahfoley27/12/2018
Pleasant stroll from Waitrose carpark (£2.20 refunded if you spend £15) with nice views in fading light. Also visited. point overlooking quarry of similar heightDenise 16/11/2018
Path from Waitrose car park, summit open grassy area with nettles in scruffy wood land. Mince pie and coffee looking out into misty grey views. Top in wood just toSE may be as high. Steep face of limestone quarry/cutting has some hard looking bolted climbing routes. Spending £15 at Waitrose recovers the £2:20 car park fee though not convinced whether or not this is cost effective.RichardM16/11/2018
Parked near the bottom of Milton Lane in Wookey Hole then made a circular walk of sorts with Iain Brown.Dugswell210/09/2018
From SE up muddy woodland path and put on to open grassy summit.vegibagger23/07/2017
From Wookey Hole village, along FP and up ridge. HP just beyond post.PeterD07/05/2017
From w as others, nice outing on mild sunny mornRHW04/02/2017
From Wookey Hole. HP 4m N Mendip Way.jonglew19/11/2015
Easy path from Wookey Hole village.Herbert Anchovy26/03/2015
Parked by Wookey Hole Theme Park entrance then followed path to the top. I extended the walk in the Spring like sunshine on to the top of the Mendips and down Ebbor Gorge by the West Mendip Way.isabelle27/02/2015
I parked at the bottom of Milton Lane and followed the footpath to the top.Chris Peart18/02/2015
Day 3 of West Mendip Way, Draycott to Wells. After a brief 5 pint pit-stop at the Wookey Hole Inn. Wonderfull sunny afternoon sat in beer garden with Batey & Dick Twitcher.CJM13/09/2008
Visited the top twice during a party in a field beneath. Even when at a rave there's no excuse for not visiting nearby hills!Jake99407/07/2008
With: solo; Walked up here while visiting Wookey Hole and Wells from Burnham on Sea.Ian Baines22/10/1978
Trantham Clan20/01/2019
Swindon Bagger22/10/2016