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TP4766 - Meldon Hill
9th Apr 2014 07:30 by Dusty
30th Mar 2014 18:31 by massedgadget
Got to this at the end of the Chagford Challenge, 30 miles within 11 hours.
30th Mar 2014 15:09 by mo6373herbert
13th Jan 2014 10:32 by jonglew
Easy walk up from good parking to SE. Plenty of dog walkers around on this gentle grassy slope to summit. Trig has memorial plaque on rear "FREDERICK PAINTER / 1887 - 1950 / WHO SO LOVED / THIS PLACE". Pillar has original cap, lightly indented lettering; all sight holes open. Extensive 360deg moorland views.
23rd Sep 2013 16:34 by paulxtr
Major detour off the Two Moors Way via Corndon to visit. Luckily, the mist that had been down all day lifted just prior to my arrival. Descended north into Chagford down the steep path through the bracken.
Meldon Hill ©paulxtr
28th May 2013 15:15 by dadu 13
Nice uphill walk to GZ, more fantastic views in all directions and then we spent some time climbing nearby rocks and posing for pics, TFTC!!!
28th Mar 2013 13:46 by senrabyar
14th Jul 2012 17:00 by Pyoung1s
9th Aug 2011 10:57 by myacheinbones
what a beautiful place
11th Jun 2011 08:45 by THE CYCLIST
7th Nov 2010 19:15 by jzimmy12345
7th Nov 2010 19:15 by jzimmy12345
8th Jul 2010 18:27 by captain gore-tex
Claiming a find as a result of visiting here numerous times whilst letterboxing on Dartmoor some years back.
9th May 2010 14:45 by DrDick&Vick
Really good day for the views,found on way to find the Meldon Heights cache. Fantastic views up here.
30th Apr 2010 12:08 by Pharisee
This pillar is located on the north-eastern edge of Dartmoor. Not a particularly strenuous climb under normal conditions but today it was made a lot worse by the howling gale and rain squalls. Come to think of it… I suppose that IS normal conditions for Dartmoor. At 1325ft above sea level, this was the highest I climbed for a trig-point all week. Apart from being very ‘weather-beaten’, the pillar is in good condition with all the metalwork in place. The centre plug is of the shallow indented variety. It was dark and wet today so the views were less than impressive but on a bright, clear day, they would be very good indeed.
3rd Sep 2009 12:00 by iainmac
23rd May 2009 15:33 by Dave.B
Great views to the north. Easily accessible from the car park to the south east.
3rd May 2008 11:06 by Andrew hunt
Great views wounderful weather
23rd Apr 2008 11:25 by Glaslyn
Lovely little hill with glorious views of Dartmoor.Easy parking and guess popular spot with locals .
16th Feb 2008 10:00 by Trigpoint100
Hired a very nice cottage just below this at Weddicott with a somewhat inactive group of friends, so this was a short morning stroll whilst waiting for them to get their act together. Somewhat hazy but long views. Trig in reasonable condition considering its very exposed location
4th Feb 2008 14:30 by rob godrer coed
5th Aug 2007 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, metal cap, shallow letters, BSM style FB. Nice little rocky tor; trig a few m to W, fine view, wide track from S
17th Jul 2007 15:35 by Managra
Fantastic views. Metal plug with lightly indented lettering
30th Oct 2004 15:00 by brianleach
18th Apr 2003 12:30 by plymplodder
26th Aug 2002 12:00 by peregrinus
fine popular summit & view - fine summit & view
31st May 1997 00:00 by mickandshane
Plug with heavily indented lettering.
11th Mar 1988 15:39 by Crazy
Visited on an early letterboxing trip to Dartmoor. Good view.