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Name:Bulverton Hill
Hill number:5409
Height:212m / 696ft
Parent (Ma):2892  Staple Hill
RHB Section:40: Cornwall & Devon
County/UA:Devon (CoU)
Catchment:Otter, Catchment Boundaries
Class:Hump, Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:SY 10638 89353
Summit feature:no feature
Col:97m  SY107900  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 192
(1:25k) 115
Observations:flat summit area
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 46 users)ByDate of Ascent
Up the old lane, parking in the NE access off A road is not ideal, especially with a camper! Good morning otherwise with nice stepped ascent to aerial with Jenx and Bryhernordicstar16/05/2018
Parked just off B3176 - steep climb to the top, some nice views but mostly forested.twg2706/05/2018
Almost a level track to the top from the C.P.Play2End13/09/2017
Parked at start of Dulverton Back Lane, just off A3052 at SY 10076 89509. Tracks all the way to the summit area. Nice views to west on the way.PGCE26/03/2017
As per others parked at top of Greenway Lane. Lots of gates that need to be left clear, leaving barely room for one car on bumpy verge next to hedge. Nearly grounded when parking. Easy pleasant final ascent.ijpowell29/07/2016
Parked on edge of new housing estate and followed Greenway Lane up.rhalstead17/01/2016
As others, parked on Greenway LanePoolton12315/11/2015
2/6 Followed tracks to summit behind mast flatish but dense forest there hard to determine exact summitFergalh08/07/2015
From Greenaway Lane. After leaving the track took a direct route through the trees, sometimes following badger paths. Chose an old tree stump to the right of the track to represent the top.Herbert Anchovy04/03/2015
My first legitimate summit. The previous being retrospective. rather than climb up from the Bowd. I walked from Peak Hill. Mutters Moor and past Keble's Seat there is a point on the track way where there are some old boundary banks this is possibly as close to a summit high point as one can get. A fantastic clear afternoon and early evening sun set.Anthony Vosper18/01/2015
Parked at end of Greenway Lane, followed clear woodland paths most of the way, then headed off piste into woodland for final 100m to find summit point. ***24 Feb 2018 re-ascent: Re-visit with Carole Engel.jonglew17/11/2014
As chrisbien.Chris Peart01/07/2014
With L. stop off on way from Axminster ( Olllie & Anne's new home location) to St Ives to a holiday cottage with her parents and Neil and family for 5 days.Chris Pearson09/06/2013
I parked in a layby on the eastbound side of the A3052 at SY 104 897 before walking west on the grass verge. I tacked the hill by going clockwise along the track then up the paths, past the modern house, and finally down the other side. Tricky to decide the highest point but could be an earth embankment at SY 10631 89361 which I got as 215m.Father Ted09/09/2012
P at 4 Elms. Track all the way to the top which is very flat.chrisbien23/05/2012
From track to NNW then followed badger tracks into and across field into wood uphill to path junction then top between the paths.Dugswell218/03/2012
Think the summit is somewhere to the west of the main path across the top.You can park on bend in main road to the west.DARRENG20/05/2011
On the way between Exeter and Salcombe Regis. Left bike at eastern foot of hill. Lovely woodland.fasgadh18/04/2011
Parked at right angle bend on main road. Followed track then paths. Summit is somewhere between 2 good paths. Dense trees make it impossible to find the exact summit.destaylor10/12/2010
carole engel24/02/2018
Campbell Singer13/01/2015
Mark Sims28/11/2014
Colin Crawford01/07/2014
Alan Whatley06/10/2013
Rob Pen y Garn01/06/2013
Denise 22/07/2012
andrew brown20/05/2011
Martin R14/08/2010