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Name:Clearbury Ring
Hill number:18208
Height:145m / 476ft
Parent (Ma):2897  Win Green
RHB Section:41: South Central England
County/UA:Wiltshire (CoU)
Catchment:Avon & Stour
Class:Tump (100-199m)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:SU 15246 24437
Summit feature:no feature: brambles inside fort ramparts
Drop:41m
Col:104m  SU128226  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 184
(1:25k) 130S
Observations:high point on ramparts estimated at SU 15216 24491
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 19 users)ByDate of Ascent
Matrimony Farm Bus Stop to Dean Rlwy Stn.Smudge08/11/2019
From junction to SW, along BW to hill fort. Lot of clearance work inside hill fort, went embankment HP and middle of fort, Trig found close to Bwf.PeterD04/08/2019
Followed field margin from the lay by. Then through pasture and over gate into hill fort. Owners clearly don't welcome visitors but have been doing lots of tree clearance which is probably an improvement. Lots of butterflies out today - large skipper, common blue, meadow brown and painted lady.Herbert Anchovy15/06/2019
. Up from lay-by. Walked the whole embankment failing to find the trig, until I was leaving then glimpsed it. Note to self: always take a map.Huge amount of vegetation has been cut and neatly removed in centre of ring. Landowner(?)and his family arrived by 4 x 4 to explore / run around their fort and immediately informed me politely that the row went around the far side ( not obvious) . I took their hint, thanked them and loop completed left. Surprised the area of access land to SW only comes up to the fort outer edgeChris Pearson27/01/2019
From lay by on A338 across stubble field on ROW then left and up to copse /fort topMark Sims31/08/2018
From the A338 - a pleasant downland walk.Chris Peart05/02/2017
maddash from salisbury in an hours window 9.30-10.30. arrived at track to the SW only to find sudden squall of big hailstones and then rain. eased enough to get welly boots on. Slippin and a slidin along and up to pillar and then clockwise walk round two thirds of the earthworks ring Squall gone and blue sky again!!vegibagger27/03/2016
Summit hill fort surrounded by low wire fence and 'No public right of way' signs. The hill fort has flat central area surrounded by earth dyke all very overgrown with trees and scrub, a few pheasant feeders dotted around. Difficult to determine a natural high point but highest point is the top of the dyke on the NW side of the ring. Good access from Bridleway.RichardM25/07/2015
Again a walk round the outside as no entry signs up even getting to the Trig Point is no entry. Great views from the south sidephilhythe21/09/2014
super hill fort, wooded.Adrian07/12/2013
Parking roadside on A338. Walking SW to trig and hill top - Clearbury Ring IA hillfort.jonglew21/02/2013
Bagged during the Salisbury 5-4-3-2-1 42km walking eventHillsidenick13/08/2006
RHW24/09/2005
carole engel19/02/2018
Jonathan Russell19/11/2017
andrew brown04/08/2016
stevent080908/02/2015
BrianMatthews18/07/2012
Jacqdaw13/08/2006