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Name:Bin Down
Hill number:5410
Height:201.3m / 660ft
Parent (Ma):2881  Brown Willy
RHB Section:40: Cornwall & Devon
County/UA:Cornwall (CoU)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (South)
Class:Tump (200-299m), Subhump, Clem
Grid ref:SX 27591 57806
Summit feature:not recorded
Col:101.9m  SX 2719 6150  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 201
(1:25k) 107
Observations:Ground 60m ENE is probably lower
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 47 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked by aerial compound and climbed the wooden gate. The golf course is quite open so you have to be a bit brazen. Nobody challenged me. There are two mounds by the 11th green next to each other so I climbed them both.clivevilla12/11/2017
Parked by aerial compound to WSW. Up road a short way and then over gate. Ran across the golf course in the rain to the top by the 11th green. Ran back down and was surprised to come across a group playing golf in the rain. One tried to challenge me but I just gave him a cheery wave, bid him good evening and ran past knowing he would never catch up with me.Herbert Anchovy16/08/2017
carole engel05/05/2017
As others from Mast, visit at dusk with golfer finished for the day.rhalstead04/03/2017
Amongst bracken , bramble and other lush undergrowth on golf course. Indistinct tussock assessed with abney level. Lovely views of rolling Cornish countryside. Also visited nearby Trig next to ? 7th tee on golf course.Denise 10/06/2016
3/7 Watch out for the golf balls....!Fergalh12/04/2015
Mark Sims23/09/2014
Visited en-route for Scilly Isles. Parked at entrance to comms compound S of 187m spot height, across minor road and through field gate onto Looe golf course. Lots of golfers about today, care needed as no RoW. Trig first then approx 200m to HuMP summit, located next to 11th green.jonglew11/09/2014
Colin Crawford01/07/2014
Parked by aerial, crossed gate into course and strolled up over a fairway to rough/tree covered area (about 200m) where summit is. Skirted back around on a sunny morning with a few golfers about to trig, on a mound. No-one seemed bothered I was there and I was discrete as ever.nordicstar19/04/2014
Alan Whatley07/06/2013
Campbell Singer06/06/2013
Parked by mast and entered golf course through gate. The summit wasn't obvious but had a thrash over all the likely spots.Chris Peart18/09/2012
P at entrance to golf course. Visited top and trig.chrisbien24/05/2012
Mound and trig bagged from gate near road opposite mast. Golf course not busy even on a lovely Sunday afternoon.Dugswell211/03/2012
Owen B24/06/2011
The trig point isDARRENG21/05/2011
andrew brown21/05/2011
Quick bag from lane on western side on way home from annual pre-Easter Cornwall holiday. Visited both mound and trig. Golfers friendly!Man of Kernow122/04/2011
The challenge of the day on a golf course. Luckily (?) thick mist and drizzle made for the ideal time to tiptoe across the fairway from a gate to the top in a thicket (not again) of bracken and heather and gorse. D trampled through it claiming every lump I obligingly followed. We also found the lower trig. No golfers about today . D filmed our secret wanderings in the thick gloom.Chris Pearson10/08/2010
Martin R09/08/2010
Walk up from club house. Column 1749 close by 7th tee. 150 yds further to 203m high point.arranc23/04/2010
golf cse. cross golf cse from gate opp mast RHW24/08/2002