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Name:Hambury Tout
Hill number:18229
Height:138m / 453ft
Parent (Ma):2896  Lewesdon Hill
RHB Section:41: South Central England
County/UA:Dorset (CoU)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (South)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SY 81585 80294
Summit feature:tumulus
Col:99m  SY811805  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 194
(1:25k) OL15E
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 69 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Parked in Durdle Door car park. 7 mile walk taking in Hambury Tout, West Down & Chaldon hill. Lovely walk until the hail storm arrived.fosal2927/01/2020
Lulworth Cove to Wool. Quite busy for a dull winter Friday including half a dozen others off the limited M-F bus service.Smudge24/01/2020
Endurance Life Ultra+Fionalevey30/11/2019
With Jo, after visiting Durdle Door on a lovely sunny afternoon. Nice viewpoint.amblerbob21/09/2019
Family weekend away in Dorset. Bagged on walk from Lulworyh to the Durdle Door. Fantastic stretch of coastline.philwhit15/06/2019
Bagged on route from Durdle Door to West Lulworth. Simply leave the coastal path to gain highest point, ascending wide grassy slope. No obstructions. Easy. KeithByTheC14/09/2018
10 minute walk along a good path from the Durdle Door Door car parkmoorsman27/06/2018
En route from Lulworth Cove to Durdle Door.Crib Goch08/05/2018
Ascended this hill to avoid the Easter crowds from Lullworth cove to Durdle DoorChinnockC31/03/2018
After doing Chaldon Hill - more touristy this endMark Sims26/03/2018
Tourist hot spot so no free parking in cove. Parked near church to NE @ SY823807 for freecarole engel23/02/2018
With: hb; Walked back over here as deviation from Lulworth Cove to Durdle Door path.Ian Baines04/02/2018
With: ib; Walked back over here as deviation from Lulworth Cove to Durdle Door path. Helen Baines04/02/2018
Easy stroll up from Durdle Door car park with Joe and Tom. Good views of Portland.fnem24/08/2017
Parked at Lulworth Cove for £5.00 for 4 hours then had a look around then up Hambury Tout, then along the coast via Durdle Door, Swyre Head, The Warrens before going directly uphill to the Admiralty Navigation Beacon and finally Chaldon Hill before returning by the inland route.Dugswell201/11/2016
From East Chaldon onto Swyre head, down to Durdle Door and upto Hambury.bevandy11407/09/2016
Walked up after visiting Durdle Door. Cattle on the barrow at the summit eating the remains of a picnic left in a carrier bag. We managed to collect up all the rubbish, one cow really didn't want to give up an energy drink can and another was trying to eat a crisp packet. Our good dead done but we shouldn't have needed to.Swindon Bagger23/07/2016
Smooth grassed tumulus at summit. Calm, warm in hazy sunshine. Fine views, pleased to see boat still happily at anchor in Lulworth Cove.RichardM12/03/2016
Dorset CTSnell158305/12/2015
From Newlands Farm clifftop car park.jonglew11/11/2015
Parked to W. Stroll on paths over pasture. Lovely.destaylor30/12/2014
Parked at Lulworth. Dogs off lead.Terra Love07/10/2014
Parked in Lulworth Car Park. Dogs off lead.Terra Love20/08/2014
En route from Lulworth Cove to Durdle Doorcitygent09/06/2014
Did as short diversion on Dorset Coast PathAdrian13/04/2014
From large car park below camp site at SY 81138 80515. Newlands Warren - Durdle Door - Hambury Tout.David Gradwell02/04/2012
Week away with friends from church - parked at West Lulworth and walked over to Durdle Door (which I scrambled to the top of...) Anyway, somehow managed to take in the top of Hambury Tout on the way over..Mark Jackson29/06/2011
With G. West Lulworth > Hambury Tout via coast path > Durdle Door > West Lulworth.RT197026/02/2011
Lesley's b'day weeeknd . staying at Lulworth YH.lovely walk over to see Durdle DoorChris Pearson05/03/2010
Great views, but long climb.bellminsterboy22/05/2009
Bagged hill on coastal walk to see Durdledoor and Lulworth Cove.DanTrig01/08/2006
Walked from Lulworth Cove to Durdle Door with brother, along cliff top as far as Bats Head, then we went to the top of the downs and returned via Newlands Farm and over this high point for excellent views and an easier return route.pwheeler21/09/2004
David Bell20/09/2019
JohnnyG 15/10/2017
andrew brown20/08/2017
Tony S07/04/2017
Lorna S07/04/2017
Denise 12/03/2016