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TP2063 - Cawsand Hill
9th Apr 2014 10:30 by Dusty
Parked in South Zeal's Car Park.
16th Nov 2013 11:00 by massedgadget
4th Aug 2013 06:39 by CornishWalker
13th Jan 2013 14:30 by Lemon Tree
1st Dec 2012 11:45 by GoldenHaystack
Long walk up from Ivy Tor on a cold icy morning. Excellent views as far as North Devon and Exmoor.
25th Aug 2012 12:06 by brisboy&wife
Parked at South Zeal,encountered every weather possible except snow. Great walk,as we approached pillar the mist came down to take our view away. Did get a few teaser's of what the view is like. But well worth the trek.
19th Mar 2012 17:42 by Griefmiester
Parked at South Zeal and walked 2 miles or so up to this one - great evening walk up, pillar good condition if a tad erroded - amazing Dartmoor views
29th May 2011 14:00 by gencat
we visted this during a 14mile walk from Belstone Driving rain and 25 mph wind most of the day very pleasant
29th May 2011 10:15 by countrywalker
very blustery day but good views
1st May 2011 10:59 by Glaslyn
26th Apr 2010 17:10 by Phil Clayton
Visited at end of Dartmoor walk from Belstone taking in Belstone Tor, Oke Tor, Okement Hill, Cranmere Pool, Cut Hill, Quintins Man, Hangingstone Hill. All that effort and only one trig point !
10th Mar 2010 10:40 by rob godrer coed
13th Dec 2009 10:00 by Edgemaster
2nd day of walking weekend on Dartmoor with the Imperial College Fellwanderers. Ascended the hill, soon entering the cloud on the way up, no views from the top, unfortunately.
1st Aug 2009 11:39 by Dave.B
Views looked promising on the way up, but the summit was in clouds by the time I got there.
Trig and Cairns ©Dave.B
27th Sep 2008 12:00 by peregrinus
On chambered cairn on summit, vgc, trig base slightly undermined but stable. No cap or plug. From ENE, Nine Stones, b/w then easy slopes. Thick mist early morning, no view.
S5362 top ©peregrinus
19th Aug 2007 15:30 by mitsiman
16th Jul 2007 17:10 by Managra
Our four hundredth trig. Wonderful views at the top and we even managed to avoid the rain. Missing plug
9th Jul 2007 14:00 by Quadbarrel
Retrospective log for a walk up to this trig that I remember being well worth the effort but a challenge with 3 small QBs one of who was not even a year old.
10th Jun 2007 16:00 by nhsavage
Nice views down into Sticklepath with a prehistoric stone circle about 1.5 km to the south.
6th Apr 2007 12:25 by Pyoung1s
19th Mar 2007 13:50 by martinc
Showing signs of wind erosion.
27th Jan 2007 12:00 by Grimspound & Jem
Visited on a cloudy and misty day but luckwas with us - cloud lifted as we achieved the summit
26th Nov 2006 09:32 by theblack
Parked in South Zeal and walked up on bridleways, good views from the summit. Trig in good order. Carried on to Little hound tour for a circular walk.
19th Aug 2006 15:29 by Team Sieni
Cawsand/Cosdon Hill ©Team Sieni
17th Dec 2005 16:23 by captain gore-tex
Another Dartmoor trig visited many times over years of letterboxing before knowing about trigpointinguk.com.
6th Aug 2005 13:11 by pineapple
31st Mar 2005 13:35 by brighd
FB S side, all sighting holes open. Plug missing and full of rubbish. Spotted the upper centre mark when looking down one of the sighting holes. Can't comment on the view as it was misty.
9th Aug 2003 11:45 by Marshsand
Shown as Cosdon Hill on OS Map. Visited on a walk to Hangingstone Hill from Belstone.
22nd Apr 2000 11:00 by lonesome_cowboy_burt
Circuit from Sticklepath - dropped my map somewhere on the climb. Breezy summit with extensive views.
7th Mar 1998 12:00 by peregrinus
chambered cairn on summit. No trig details noted.
1st Jun 1996 00:00 by mickandshane
Base eroded, plug missing.
28th Sep 1986 09:15 by arranc
on Dartmoor north to south walk