Name:Bincombe Down
Hill number:18152
Height:169m / 554ft
Section:41: South Central England
Classification:Tu,1
Drop:32m
Col:137m  SY671858  

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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
1047904/10/2015SY 67792 85709  F: Centre of silage clamp
O: Silage clamp (or back edge of it) approx at natural HP
RHW
Summit
Jim
1140411/12/2015SY 67801 85688  F: Silage clamp.
O: Current GR on HB is for top of the clamp. Going by OS spot height, this was probably the original HP, but not any longer.
jonglew
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2GJ
3056607/02/2020SY 67787 85694  F: S edge of silage pit.Smudge
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3GJ



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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 21 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked in Lodmoor country park and spent the day enjoying the sunshine. Jordan hill and Roman Temple - Sandy Barrow - Osmington Hill - Chalbury - Bincombe Down - Lookout. Plenty of horses, calves and sheep to keep my company particularly in Holy Trinity Church Bincombe. A trip to Maiden Castle Iron Age Fort on the way home.Buck07/05/2022
Parked to E near start of ROW. ROW, then across field to silage clamp.PGCE17/10/2021
An easy one to walk just of the newish Weymouth bypass & on the Jubilee Trailphilhythe05/07/2021
Overcombe to Upway.Smudge07/02/2020
Parked at the road junction to the East although it is possible to park at the start of the ROW. Took ROW then short walk up to the clamp.fosal2927/01/2020
Battling into a strong westerly headwind on short walk from east. Summit silage pit currently empty. The golf course across the road is where Samuel Ryder got the idea to start the Ryder Cup. No golfers , professional or otherwise ,attempting to play golf in today’s strong cold wind. The ball would have flown for miles today ..heading east.Chris Pearson10/03/2019
Atmospheric in early morning mist from road to east to farm at top.Mark Sims21/11/2018
Initially approached along FP from East. Then to South side of Clamp.PeterD25/06/2016
Large silage clamp. HP is on S side, looks like the hill top has been dug out and sides concreted to form the area for the clamp.jonglew11/12/2015
Silage clamp (or back edge of it) approx at natural HP. Oddly it seems to consist of chopped veg (maybe just maize) currently. Duly summitted, early on a foggy Sunday morning.RHW04/10/2015
Good wonder around the field and farm buildings, mast. Top close to area of manure with palstic covering.Adrian29/01/2012
PaulOnFoot25/05/2024
Mark Jackson12/04/2024
Martin R03/09/2023
Swindon Bagger23/03/2020
David Bell18/09/2019
stevent080915/10/2017
JohnnyG 08/10/2017
andrew brown20/08/2017
Skerryvore03/11/2016
raymondwilkes26/09/2005