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Name:Court Hill
Hill number:18297
Height:96m / 315ft
Parent (Ma):2900  Dundry Down
RHB Section:41: South Central England
County/UA:North Somerset (UA)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (South)
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:ST421718 (est)
Col:65m  ST536722  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 171 172
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 30 users)ByDate of Ascent
Got a bit lost in the warren of zig zag paths that go around the hill form the church. Great that there is public access to private wood.Mark Sims28/02/2020
Andy West31/01/2020
From church via circuitous route. Would have been better continuing straight on where steps turn left.Nice top.Bramley23/11/2019
Parking in the lane by the church to the West. Zig Zag tracks up to the top by a large Beech tree. Took a more direct route down.fosal2904/11/2019
From the church.Chris Peart04/10/2018
Parked next to the church. Fp leads from the entrance to the church car park and zig zags up numerous fps to the top in delightful sun dappled woodland.Campbell Singer25/09/2018
Wander up the various paths from the west.vegibagger24/07/2018
Straight up from the schoolMoorponder20/06/2018
5/5 (Banwell Plain/Church Hill/Dial Hill/Walton Castle/Court Hill)Fergalh22/12/2017
Within well- used private woodland with apparent public access. HP by substantial Beech tree in ivy and beech leaf covered forest floor with no views. Round trip from Clevedon. Good to be walking here after driving past on M5 so many times.Denise 24/11/2017
Clevedon Court private woodland but apparently allowing public access with lots of paths and tracks. We approach from the E on bridge over M5 cutting and descend the steep W slope. High point in wood close to large Beech, floor carpetted in ivy (makes a pleasent change to bramble).RichardM24/11/2017
andrew brown18/08/2017
Swindon Bagger13/08/2017
As for Clivevillaarranc06/07/2017
Parked by All Saints Church in All Saints Lane. Up the zig-zag path and made my way over to the summit near a big beech tree.clivevilla19/05/2017
Up and down from All Saint's Churchrhalstead25/03/2017
Took the zigzag path from All Saint's Church. Found the summit beech which did indeed seem an obvious high point.Herbert Anchovy05/10/2016
From E, after Tickenham Hill, good path crossing M5 then nice woodland. Agree summit by large beech. Viewpoint bench 1km ENE an alternative, probably only 93m. Driven thru this cutting many times, good to walk its summitsRHW23/04/2016
Large beech tree seems to be almost at the very top.Dusty14/03/2016
Clevedon to Tickenham.Smudge07/11/2015
Parked at Church to the W. Many paths to choose from. One led to the top.GordonAdshead23/10/2015
Up zig zags from church and a well trodden path leads to summit in the treesPeterD11/05/2015
From All Saints Church up zig-zag permissive path through Clevedon Court Estate land to summit in light woodland.jonglew19/01/2015
woodland summit, top very vlose to one of the many paths.Adrian02/03/2014
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