Name:Treveor Hill
Hill number:17836
Height:94m / 308ft
Parent (Ma):19290  Hensbarrow Downs
SMC/RHB Section:40: Cornwall & Devon
County/UA:Cornwall
Topographical area:ES01 Brownwilly-hensbarrow
Catchment:Fal
Class:Tump (0-99m)
(Tu,0)
Grid ref:SW 87328 44297
Summit feature:no feature: ground 25m E of water tank
Drop:34m
Col:60m  SW882461  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 204
(1:25k) 105
Observations:summit is in trees
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 9 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked on verge to SW, up road to track, then into woods on grassy track and to HP near water tank.PeterD10/05/2024
What is it with Cornwall that so many places begin with T? A raw January day of icy rain and sleet showers to add to yesterday's snowfall -a rarity for Cornwall. I finished supply teaching day in St Austell at 2.30pm- abandoned ideas of a longer coastal run and took the soft/sensible option of wrapping and booting up well dodging the icy showers visiting 4 roadside tumps /subs on the drive back to Truro in time for an hours table tennis. There is a large millennium stone just down the road from the summit placed by Right Honourable George Hugh, 9th Viscount Falmouth, 26th Baron le Despenser & Baron of Boscawen Ros. Chairman of St Michael Penkivel Parish Council 1965-1999. It had to be a large stone I guess to fit his title on it. I have a vision of him lowering it into place from a crane -but most likely had a work gang who actually did the placing. Probably the last (only) time anything exciting occurred around here, even eclipsing the occasional brief visits of baggers.Chris Pearson18/01/2023
In the woodland somewhere.Adrian11/07/2022
HP in the woods. Track in the woods leaves farm track close to the road.clivevilla26/06/2022
bramble infested woodlandcjo21/06/2018
Within coppice, accessed on rough track from south which goes north east across coppice. HP indistinct but may be base of concrete water tank or nearby rough ground. Nettles and brambles !Denise 09/07/2016
Taking the track to Treveor farm gives open access on left to rough area of woodland. Raised concrete water tank on E edge of wood but marginally higher ground in wood 25m W of tank.RichardM09/07/2016
Levelish pasture fairly close to gateRHW08/07/2016
Matt14/04/2022