|Height:||128m / 420ft|
|Parent (Ma):||2885 Christ Cross|
|RHB Section:||40: Cornwall & Devon|
|Grid ref:||SS973004 (est)|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 192|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 11 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|A visit to Killerton, with Lyn, to revisit the house and this time to bag the high point. Got an unprepared for bonus of a classic car event and a cat to share morning cake! The Azaleas etc on the way up to the Clump were a delight to the eye.||Sixtyplus||12/05/2019|
|NT membership comes in handy, free parking and entry. Quick ascent to The Clump. High point by Redwood Tree.||PeterD||28/06/2018|
|£12 something addmitance if accessing via the 'front door', other approaches are available. Free access for NT members (or Scottish NT members (cheaper)). HP is at The Clump.||jonglew||21/02/2018|
|From se, NT car park, paths to summit, tall pine in The Clump||RHW||23/04/2017|
|The NT car park for the fee -entry house and gardens is apparently free, but open restricted times. The Park, where the summit is, is on access land and can be accessed via a RoW to the south of the house, then north along the Garden boundary and then by following a path to ' the Clump.' There are remains of an iron age fort and Dartmoor ponies. The summit is among huge Redwood trees.||Denise||17/02/2017|
|Peak is an interesting basalt lava, best seen in quarry on its E side.||RichardM||17/02/2017|
|High point of 'the clump', part of the Iron Age hill fort.||broser||08/01/2017|
|Parked in NT car park and walked through park and woods.||Poolton123||21/10/2015|
|1st log for this hill!!
Walked up over this hill with my daughter Katherine on a visit to Killerton park. We had some nice food in the Tea rooms before taking a route looking out over from the parkland before one of the paths started climbing through the Giant Redwood trees and before it takes a circular route round there is a gate allowing exploration of the hilltop. We took a path around what was part of a hillfort and then through a wooded area to the summit which is just off the path (appears to be right where a Giant Redwood tree is planted). Picture taken of view looking down from the summit. From there we took paths leading through the constructed Dens and walked round the Chapel before getting back to the house. Beautiful parkland. We saw some lovely Willow sculptures on the way up.||Dazingdale||08/06/2014|