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Name:Tickenham Hill
Hill number:18259
Height:118m / 387ft
Parent (Ma):2900  Dundry Down
RHB Section:41: South Central England
County/UA:North Somerset (UA)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (South)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:ST 44613 72480
Summit feature:no feature
Col:88m  ST448724  
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 28 users)ByDate of Ascent
From Clevedon Lane. ROW under M5 to meet Cadbury Camp Lane. West along the track. Had to negotiate a small wall & BW fence then up through a small scrub to summit by a clump of gorse & brambles.fosal2904/11/2019
From Clevedon Lane to east of Hooper’s Farm. Car parking in wide field entrance/passing place a few mts east of fp. Fp under motorway and up to Cadbury Camp Lane. Final fp seems to have gone missing so over gate, wall and bwf to gorse summit. Fine views se. With Cameron.Campbell Singer02/08/2019
With Dad. From Clevedon Lane.Cameron Singer02/08/2019
From Orchard Avenue (BS21 6RQ). There are a couple of houses and horsey establishments blocking the route I tried to take which resulted in quite brambly detours.clivevilla10/10/2018
As Doug parked in Orchard Avenue. I enjoyed the off piste so much I returned the same way.Chris Peart04/10/2018
Circular walk with some off piste from Orchard Avenue where it is easy to park. Shame about the loss of the top footpath.Dugswell209/09/2018
Up ROW from Twickenham bit with final bit at top though blocked off access by barbed wire fence and no real sign of path.vegibagger24/07/2018
2/6 (St. Georges Hill/Buckland Hill/Tickenham Hill/Wellington Hill/Barrow Mump/Turn Hill(Alle Wood))Fergalh23/12/2017
HP apparently at edge of gorse bramble thicket near bench with lovely views SW over valley ( pity about M5 noise). A delightful round trip via the coastal path from Clevedon. We also visited the ancient double ditched embankments of Cadbury Fort to the East and concluded they were a little lower.Denise 24/11/2017
From the bridleway on the S side, ascent over rough pasture with thickets of gorse and bramble. Difficult to say whether higher or lower than Cadbury Camp as trees prevent direct line of sight. Great view SW and even a couple of seats to enjoy it from. Setting sun and blue skies streaked with white 'Mare's tails'RichardM24/11/2017
Footpath from Cadbury Camp Lane no longer accessible (new GOML house).arranc06/07/2017
From Barrow Court Farm up the footpath to the bridleway then west past where there is no longer any sign of a footpath up to the summit, and instead through a gate, up to the ridge and then east along to the highest ground around the benchesMariana Trench27/05/2017
From Orchard Ave on footpaths.rhalstead25/03/2017
Gradual ascent up Cadbury Camp Lane West. Visited Cadbury Camp first which, without technological assistance, seemed as high as the summit shown here. Afterwards, climbed fence and bashed through scrub into what I think is an Avon Wildlife Trust reserve. High point in and around an area of scrub. Couple of benches nearby with good views. Tried to follow path back to the lane and had to do a quick dash through a garden.Herbert Anchovy05/10/2016
From Orchard Ave, Tickenham following marked foot path and lane.Ramblingpaul24/08/2016
From sw, parking at start of Hill Lane, none beyond. Then back along ridge path for Court HillRHW23/04/2016
From Quarry Road in TickenhamDusty14/03/2016
Clevedon to Tickenham.Smudge07/11/2015
Up from Tickenhamtomd425/09/2015
From Hill Lane easy walk and final scramble through brambles to reach clearing with a bench with good view East and South. HP behind the vegetation.PeterD11/05/2015
Approached from W having done Court Hill first. FP running N-S to the E of the 118m spot height doesn't seem to exist now. B/W fence needed to be negotiated to summit this wee tump.jonglew19/01/2015
top accessable in scrubland/open landAdrian02/03/2014
andrew brown18/08/2017
Swindon Bagger13/08/2017
Martin R19/03/2017