|Height:||263.1m / 863ft|
|Parent (Ma):||2896 Lewesdon Hill|
|RHB Section:||41: South Central England|
|Catchment:||Avon & Stour, Catchment Boundaries, Piddle & Frome|
|Class:||Hump, Tump (200-299m), Clem|
|Grid ref:||ST 73831 02766|
|Summit feature:||ground 25m SSW of wooden telegraph post|
|Col:||161.5m ST 6948 0453|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 194|
|Observations:||level summit area|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 64 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)||By||Date of Ascent|
|Nice easy climb on BW from Folly. Sun out, but wintry shower caught me at top and had to take shelter in the concrete structure.||Pete West||20/02/2020|
|Layby parking at Folly. ROW to Flattish pasture top. HP looked to be over by a Telegraph pole.||fosal29||22/11/2019|
|07.55 from track at col to WNW via the trig pillar to the SW first. Misted field of Friesian cows on summit.||vegibagger||26/08/2019|
|Easy farm track from Folly farm.
A couple of steep sections to a gate at the top field.
A chap on a quad bike was rounding up cows, but we skirted the activity until they'd gone and bagged this hill.
Nice area but views were restricted by the flat top.
Descent the same way||ChinnockC||08/09/2018|
|With Jenx and Bryher. Big meadow field, trig better summit location/view||nordicstar||15/05/2018|
|Part of walk through Dorset Gap and round Lyscombe Bottom to restored chapel. Lunch at Fox Inn, Ansty.||ianmids||21/03/2018|
|Nice walking. Combined with Ball hill (TuMP) and Higher Hill (Trig)||carole engel||22/02/2018|
|With K. Enjoyable ascent at full pace from Folly to west.||Ashley||14/11/2017|
|From Folly, straightforward walk up on good tracks.||rhalstead||03/09/2016|
|Bagged in the continuation of the Bulbarrow Hill walk.||Sprog||05/08/2016|
|Spur of Bulbarrow Hill - easy find.||bellminsterboy||28/10/2015|
|1/2 Nice climb up from Folly on misty day saw nothing !||Fergalh||20/08/2015|
|Easy parking at Folly. With Bev||simon and co||10/07/2015|
|A pleasant walk with nice scenery that also included Ball Hill to the northwest.||Alex C||27/03/2015|
|Tick with Alex and Smudge.||Dugswell2||27/03/2015|
|Revisit from Dugswell's chariot. Approached from Folley this time.||Smudge||27/03/2015|
|Parked at Folly and followed the good path up to the top on this raw January day. I agreed with the Grid reference on this website for the summit.||isabelle||31/01/2015|
|Parked at Folly. The guy who lives in the house opposite the end of the track does not like you to park outside his house so better to park on the verge.||clivevilla||05/12/2013|
|With CC.||Chris Peart||12/03/2013|
|Parked at Folly. The GR seems to be about right.||Chris Peart||01/01/2013|
|Parked at the Woolland Nature Reserve car park at Bulbarrow Hill and walked across to here then back to take in Bulbarrow Hill.||jonglew||04/06/2012|
|P at Folly. Top is very flat||chrisbien||22/05/2012|
|A circular walk from Higher Melcombe after doing field work at Bulbarrow. Highest point seemed to be in the vicinity of a water tank but i also visited the nearby hillfort.||Herbert Anchovy||14/05/2012|
|Parked on rough lay-by to west at ST 72844 03246||David Gradwell||01/04/2012|
|Walked up a bridal track from the road to plateau like sheep pastures. No obvious high point and little view.||arranc||16/01/2012|
|Easy parking at Folly.||destaylor||03/08/2011|
|S Part of Wessex Ridgeway||benwloudon||17/05/2009|
|fine hill, dull pasture summit, OK view. good tk from road to W then cross summit pasture||RHW||07/08/2002|
|Re-climbed 04May14 and got correct summit this time.||Adrian||01/06/1995|
|With: pr sj; Simon & I came over from Somerset and met Pete and walked near Cern Abbas finishing in Piddletrenthide. Date is approximate.||Ian Baines||17/02/1980|