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Hill number:18411
Height:203m / 666ft
Parent (Ma):2918  Brighstone Down
RHB Section:42: South-East England & the Isle of Wight
County/UA:Isle of Wight (CoU)
Island:Isle of Wight
Maritime area:Hants & Dorset - Portsmouth & Wight
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:SZ 40630 84729
Summit feature:tumulus
Col:125m  SZ419845  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 196
(1:25k) OL29W
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 37 users)ByDate of Ascent
From the west after ascending Brook Down.PeterD07/07/2020
Part of walk from Brighstone to the Needles. With AAA London walkers.Nick12/10/2019
Shalfleet to Brighstone. Revisited after missing Dugswell's FBM completion party.Smudge05/09/2019
Circular walk from Brighstonejedthehumanoid22/05/2019
From Car Park at the top of Strawberry Lane for a round of Brighstone Down, Harboro, Brook Down and Grammar's Common.rhalstead30/03/2019
Walked up from Mottistone Manor, then on to Brighstone Down.IanHHill24/03/2019
On FP from Strawberry Lane and Longstone cottage. Links to access land at SZ 407.846, then straight up the scarp face to the main ridge path. Summit further west.Moorponder24/09/2018
Mountain bike from Ventnor via birthstone and Then Tennyson Trail.trimarc206/06/2018
TD, C & HThis Dog27/08/2017
Partly with party from HF Guest House, Freshwater Bay House. From Carisbrooke Castle to Shorwell, Limerstone Down viewpoint and the trig point at summit of Brighstone Down. Continued to Harboro bronze age tumuli on summit, and then Brook Down trig point with several bronze age tumuli higher than the trig point. Ended walk at Freshwater Bay.pwbellarby03/05/2016
7/10 Seventh of many on the mainland and the island....(Devils Dyke/West Hill Boundary/West Hill/West High Down/Tennyson Down/Headon Hill/Harboro/Brighstone Down/St. Catherines Hill/St. Boniface Down)Fergalh02/04/2016
From e, car park. Summit a 2m tumulus at natural hp. Cold wind this amRHW28/02/2016
Completed region 42 tumpsAdrian28/06/2015
A slog up this hill along great tracks.Play2End10/06/2015
Shorwell to FreshwaterSteveG07/05/2015
From Lynch Lane car park to east. Nice sunny daycitygent02/06/2014
Brighstone to Rookley. A popular spot.Smudge04/04/2014
With Brighstone Down from intervening car park. Lovely Hill.jimbloomer05/03/2014
With Grammar's Common from Strawberry Lane car park on 12 April 2015, but soon realized I'd done this as a longer walk when doing the Marilyn, Brighstone Down, in 2011. So a retrospective bag.jonglew18/06/2011
Mottistone Down in my log. With Brighstone Down and a far better summit than the Ma. With Petepwheeler03/09/2005
On route to the Needles.DanTrig02/08/2005
Edwin Gradwell18/09/2019
David Gradwell18/09/2019
George Gradwell18/09/2019
andrew brown13/11/2017