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Name:Chalbury Hill
Hill number:18281
Height:103m / 338ft
Parent (Ma):2897  Win Green
RHB Section:41: South Central England
County/UA:Dorset (CoU)
Catchment:Avon & Stour
Class:Tump (100-199m)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:SU018069 (est)
Drop:39m
Col:64m  SU021082  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 195
(1:25k) 118S
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 10 users)ByDate of Ascent
Car park space for the church. Over gate to top of reservoir then i walked around the church which looked more natural.fosal2902/02/2020
Lovely old churchyardGordonAdshead10/01/2020
Worth adding a visit to the adjacent summit old chapel and 1km away Horton Tower a 270 year old brick folly, once said to be the tallest non religious building in Britain. It looks rather like a brick version of a Saturn V rocket with its booster tanks.Has recently been repaired by vodaphone who have used it for attaching aerials to it, giving it a purpose at last.Chris Pearson24/03/2019
Waypointed top of covered resr near control building which seems to be roughly at natural highpoint. Nice tranquil village locationRHW03/10/2015
Reservoir top.vegibagger20/01/2015
Not much to see here. Unsure exactly where the hill top is, probably on top of the covered reservoir (although maybe doesn't count being man-made), so not able to supply a GR. Covered reservoir extension has seen loss of the trig pillar that was here.jonglew13/02/2014
Mark Sims31/10/2018
andrew brown03/06/2015
stevent080921/02/2015
Adrian24/09/2011