Name:Blue Mountain
Hill number:18889
Height:156m / 512ft
Parent (Ma):2877  High Willhays
SMC/RHB Section:40: Cornwall & Devon
Topographical area:ES02 Willhays-mardon
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SX 87273 64012
Summit feature:no feature: pasture
Col:125.3m  SX 8641 6248  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 202
(1:25k) OL20E OL44 110
Observations:level meadow
Comments:157m trig pillar at SX 87852 65072 is on a covered reservoir
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 11 users)ByDate of Ascent
From a favourite fly tipping spot to S of the main A380 Torquay bypass. Sign states covert cameras to catch tippers. A flat back truck full of garden waste parked up looked suspiciously like the next candidate, but oddly no-one around. Along the old road and over brambly old gate into summit pasture. Delayed setting of until coast was clear as I had spotted what I presumed was the landowner with 3 large dogs roaming free in these fields. I was wrong - he was the truck owner who arrived back as I did but with just 2 dogs and asked if I had seen his red setter which had disappeared - probably after a scent - usually comes back eventually. These accessible fields were a regular dog walking halt for him. Blue Mountain -a odd name for a non descript pastures -little in common with its Australian namesake where the bluish haze is caused by the eucalyptus trees that cover the mountains, which release an oil that evaporates into the air and creates a bluish mist.Chris Pearson15/03/2024
Solo(comma) DVT intervals Fidget12/01/2024
Parked just before the A road to the S. Up the track then left and up fields.clivevilla06/03/2023
From parking spot just off a380 along land then after caravan use gate on left into field.Adrian31/08/2020
from track to SW. HP in long grass near field boundary.Denise 17/04/2019
From the SW along hedge line. Summit field of cultivated pasture, deep wet grass today.RichardM17/04/2019
From S via old road, level meadow HP. NE summit trig on Gallows Gate Resr previously visited, 15/03/08RHW16/06/2018
Parking at SX 8728 6373. Arable field, with Carole Engel.jonglew24/02/2018
andrew brown03/06/2018
carole engel24/02/2018