Name:Trelease Hill
Hill number:17873
Height:66m / 217ft
Parent (Ma):2886  Carnmenellis
SMC/RHB Section:40: Cornwall & Devon
Topographical area:ES01 Brownwilly-hensbarrow
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:SW 84492 40911
Summit feature:no feature: grass
Col:32m  SW840412  
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Repeat with L of our January 10 mile 3 Tump circuit from Feock, but this time taking 3 hours not 2 as we walked and talked and listened to our new favourite pod cast 'The Rest is Politics' with an analysis of Trumps 5 new inditements - the main one that he knowingly and repeatedly lied by spreading false information to try to overturn the 2020 election result and thereby conspired against the US constitution . Of course this has made him even more popular with his followers who buy into his mantra that the elite and establishment are out to get him -and has even strengthened his chance of being re-elected in 2024. Better to thinks of Tumps rather than Trump.Chris Pearson13/08/2023
From west, went up muddy track to top near hedge, came back down field to wooden gate avoiding mud.PeterD06/08/2023
A lovely 2 hour, 10 mile run exploring with L from Feock on the 1st day of our pet-sit. Wonderful warm January sunshine - daffodils out! and the sun glinting off the sea - The Fal Ria -drowned river valleys caused by rising sea level when the glaciers melted - creating many twisting tidal creeks inland - I recall copying a map of it in school geography. Followed steep quiet lanes and creek shoreline footpaths - lined with old oak woodlands -all very beautiful and part of the Cornish Coast AONB. We linked 3 Tumps - summits all flat fields and 6 different creek heads - the best bits. Good views from here down the 4 mile length of the Fal Estauary (Carrick Roads) with the King Harry chain ferry just below making its endless short shuttle trips to and from the Roseland Peninsula.Chris Pearson17/01/2023
After a visit to NT Trelissick.summitter17/01/2023
From SW.clivevilla26/06/2022
In grassy field, indistinct, rolling farm land views. Accessed while moored at Malpas.Denise 10/07/2016
Follow hedge line to summit, highest point on N side of hedge. Grazing field.RichardM10/07/2016
From sw, gate, track to pasture highpoint. Good parkingRHW07/07/2016
Mark Sims17/05/2022