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Name:Durdham Down
Hill number:19366
Height:98.5m / 323ft
Parent (Ma):2869  Cleeve Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Bristol (UA)
Catchment:Avon (Bristol)
Class:Tump (0-99m)
(Tu,0)
Grid ref:ST 57119 74716
Summit feature:not recorded: LIDAR analysis
Drop:30.2m
Col:68.3m  ST 5666 7378  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 172
(1:25k) 154 155
Survey:Abney level
Comments:New Tump Jan 2018. Alternative col of identical height at ST 5662 7395.
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 40 users)ByDate of Ascent
With Bevsimon and co08/08/2019
Third of 3 walks today courtesy of the U2 bus: Hotwells - Observatory Hill - Durdham Down - Clifton.Mark Jackson01/08/2019
Strolled across very busy common from parking by the water tower.Aye Jimmy30/06/2019
Christmas morning visit.cjo25/12/2018
Walked from Observatory Hill. All very easy. And all before the Southern area meeting of the John Muir Societytrimarc217/11/2018
Pleasant autumnal stroll across popular Downs to unobvious HP in grass. Free roadside parking.Denise 16/11/2018
Large grassy common with scattered clumps of scrub/trees, tree lined roads and lots of joggers and dog walkers. All fairly level, high point a grassy mound amongst a group of mounds and hollows on E side.RichardM16/11/2018
Parked by the parade of shops and had a walk across the common.clivevilla10/10/2018
I could have parked 50m away and saved a 250m walk.Chris Peart07/10/2018
Bristol recompleted yet again. The circus came to town for me.ngthack01/10/2018
Coming relatively soon after Observatory Hill. Brenda's retort of 'You're joking. What, another one?' feels somehow appropriate. Must have walked, cycled, driven aliong Stoke Road hundreds of times in the 70s and 80s - but have I stood on the highest point. Well, I have now - or at least till it gets moved somewhere else!milimana28/09/2018
Revisit for better photos and look at some benchmarks.Dugswell221/08/2018
Bristol completed for third time.Ramblingpaul09/08/2018
Well...lots of gentle joggers and dog walkers.. any excuse to go back to Herbert's bakery in St Paul's and buy some of their wonderful dark rye bread and other Eastern European delights... I wonder if Herbert Anchovy had been there since he's a relative local east of Bath on the side of Bathford Hill HuMP.vegibagger02/08/2018
Bristol recompletion.Bramley23/07/2018
Walked across to the high ground from the sliproad by the water tower. Difficult to work out what is natural and what isnt here. Anyway, Bristol summits now complete.Mariana Trench22/07/2018
What to do on a damp Saturday.Dugswell216/06/2018
Nice day for a stroll in the Park. Parked on A417GordonAdshead05/05/2018
Jon's hummock highest by hand level, apart from covered resr by water tower which is 1m higher but artificialRHW11/03/2018
Parked roadside A4176. Had a wander around the common, over to the water tower etc. Highest ground found was at ST 57118 74712.jonglew22/02/2018
Scrubby, cratered area on edge of large expanse of flat amenity grassland. It wont be surprising if other summit candidates emerge. Parts of Westbury Road appeared by eye to be of a similar height.Herbert Anchovy20/02/2018
Nipped up here in lunch break. walked/run/orienteered across the Downs many times but had i been here before? From parking to the west, over other earthbanks to reach HP. UA recompleted.PeterD12/02/2018
Yet another new Bristol Tump. Completion always gives us an excuse for visiting our little grandson, not that we need excuses.Campbell Singer10/02/2018
A family outing in cold, wet and windy weather. Any more Bristol Tumps yet undiscovered?Barbara Singer10/02/2018
With my Mummy, Daddy, Pop and Grandma. Third time I have completed the Bristol Tumps and I'm still only 20 months. Good job they are on my doorstep.Charlie Singer10/02/2018
Another family bag.Cameron Singer10/02/2018
We must be bonkers.Vicky Singer10/02/2018
1/1 On way home from work 30 metres from road....3 metre ascentFergalh08/02/2018
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