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Name:Dial Hill
Hill number:18304
Height:90m / 295ft
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:ST 40783 71971
Summit feature:ground c 5m NNE of trig point
Col:42m  ST422738  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 171 172
(1:25k) 153 154
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 34 users)ByDate of Ascent
Stopped off here on my way down to the trigpointers meeting in Oakhampton. Chose this one as it was one of the closest unfound pillars to me. An easy walk up the hill and a TuMP to boot.Father Ted29/03/2019
From the road to the N.Chris Peart04/10/2018
From Kings Road and up through woodland. Good views to se.Campbell Singer25/09/2018
Mac dogs and Englishmen climb hills in the midday sun on a very hot day. A badly painted purple trig. Needs a purple makeover with the or for shades of purple lilac and mauvevegibagger24/07/2018
From estate road on n sideMoorponder20/06/2018
3/5 (Banwell Plain/Church Hill/Dial Hill/Walton Castle/Court Hill)Fergalh22/12/2017
Grassy hill top with bench and trig point pretending to be a Fresian cow within urban recreation area. Nice views as moon rising over the sea on a clear winter afternoon in the dark.Denise 24/11/2017
Grassy hill top, public access with seat and trig point. Lights of Clevedon in the darkness below. Trig pillar camouflaged as a Dalmatian.RichardM24/11/2017
as for jonglewarranc04/07/2017
From Esmond Grove round the edge of the beautiful cricket pitch and up the bank to the funky trig.clivevilla19/05/2017
Logged as YSM739 Dial Hill. Always planned to do this today but the bonus was it was now also a YOSM. Nice easy path to the trigpoint. Unusual design on it, pink with black spots, different!thejackrustles21/04/2017
From estate road to north.rhalstead25/03/2017
From Marine Parade via the Gordano Footpath to the high ground by the trig pointMariana Trench12/03/2017
Parked outside the bakers on Hill Road and found a zigzag path next to the The Limehouse. Last bit through scrubby woodland to an open area. I thought the trig could be a pink giraffe - hard to say as paint is peeling badly.Herbert Anchovy05/10/2016
Nice little hill, lots of paths. walked up through woods and then out into a clearing on the summit.Swindon Bagger21/08/2016
Clevedon to Tickenham.Smudge07/11/2015
From SWGordonAdshead23/10/2015
Nice Pink Trig. Trees obscuring what would be fine view across Bristol Channel to Wales.PeterD08/07/2015
Climbed from sea level via the secretive Zig-Zag route. Better views from there than the summit, which has some trees around it. We thought the trig was a Freisian cow.wheresthepath20/02/2014
Parking roadside; short walk to hill top and trig camouflaged as a giant panda!jonglew28/04/2012
A wonderful summers day cycled from my daughters home on the outskirts of town. Do you want to come with us to Ikea, Dad? Answer no. At the tender age of 50 plus I don't think I ll take up mountain biking managed the assent, just. The decent er no. Is this the same person who would think nothing of abseiling off railway viaducts or wet caving in Yorkshire. Yes I'm getting old. Oh and that concrete block at the top of the hill, nothing special.Anthony Vosper14/06/2009
Summit trig point (S3275) by a seatTony Hartry13/04/2007
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andrew brown18/08/2017
Martin R19/03/2017