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TP4803 - Middle Hope
6th May 2013 11:09 by evsbaggsy
In a great spot for fantastic views and a great walk.
27th Apr 2013 18:00 by SebastienCale
Lovely trig on a lovely evening. Quick bag up from the NT car park but I imagine I'll be coming back to this spot!
27th Apr 2013 18:00 by Castle
26th Dec 2012 12:11 by HarwoodUK
17th Nov 2012 16:35 by yukin61
quick nip up here after dropping the mother-in-law off in kewstoke!!
6th Nov 2012 13:50 by asbown
Nice spot with good views.
21st Aug 2012 13:52 by CJO
the 2 and 6 have a slight casting flaw like Dial Hill and Wraxall. Photo taken of Flat Holm lighthouse interception point
25th Jul 2012 16:00 by heavyhorses
Easy walk from car park , good views :-)
3rd Jul 2012 15:20 by haighr01
I was on my way home from business in Taunton and this was a good choice, easy to find from the M5 following the signs to Sand Bay. Free NT car park, although somewhat full of puddles and no ice cream man today. Short walk to trig, v easy to find. My regret is that this must be awesome when the weather is clearer, but that's all part of the game I guess. Trig in good condition, nice spot to let the mind wander...
4th Jun 2012 14:30 by droggy
Cracking views all around. Pillar in great nick except the bottom of the "2" and "6" on the FB are slightly damaged at their bases. The centre brass plate on top is missing with the void filled with cement. Walked to Sand Point with the kids and watched the incoming tide swirling past the headland and covering the sand banks over the Langford Grounds. Some fascinating geology. Parked in free NT car park nearby and kids got ice creams for their efforts!
20th May 2012 16:11 by MCL
A bit misty but still great views of the bay. You do this one as a warm-up exercise for Brean Down... in fact when I did this one, I actually had the map printout for Brean Down in my hand and was thinking, once I got to the trig, how short the distance was.... Then I realised my error!
15th May 2012 17:36 by Griefmiester
Easy pop up to this one from the NT car park - great views all round - pillar good condition.
28th Apr 2012 13:00 by jonglew
Interesting name. Accessible, via the road, from the Sand Bay coast road. Good parking at the end of this road, then a 300m walk up onto the headland to the trig. Superb views from here across the Bristol Channel to the Holmes and South Wales and also south to Worlebury Hill and Weston-s-Mare. Trig in good conditin, we didn't hang around as it was an overcast and blustery day threatening rain and had lots left to do.
Pillar Worlebury Hill & Brean Down in background©jonglew
5th Mar 2012 11:19 by gutlord62
A local gem that has missed my radar. Will be returning many times I think. Lovely walks and views.
1st Aug 2011 14:30 by countrywalker
great views today
1st Aug 2011 11:33 by gencat
great views today
23rd Mar 2011 12:58 by penfold1570
A very short stroll from the National Trust car park , which I returned to afterwards for a monstrously sized ice-cream, I'm going on a diet now, it was my last hurrah before starting. Anyway, as I was saying, a short walk up to this pillar. Views abounded all around, Brean Down, Birnbeck Island, The Mendips, Clevedon, The Severn Bridges, Steep Holm, Flat Holm and The Welsh Coast. The pillar has slight weathering on one flank but otherwise its in very good nick.
19th May 2010 12:20 by Dart More
Trig is in good condition. Easy access and wander up from NT car park.
23rd Apr 2010 14:20 by gowrie
Access land. Delightful place
16th Feb 2010 00:00 by Border Peat
on coach tour to weston-super-mare afternoon spare local bus to sandpoint bay great views of severn bridges walked back along coastline
FB S3269 ©Border Peat
17th Jan 2010 17:30 by cmb1953
16th Nov 2009 13:46 by barnsley skip
Nice easy walk up to trig from car park at the end of Beach Road. Take the left hand fork and gate halfway up good views all round.
18th Aug 2009 15:30 by ocean soul
Walked up from NT car park to East.Excellent views to Steep Holm,Flat Holm and South Wales.
9th Aug 2009 19:55 by The Moor We Hunt...
This trigpoint has had a 'mega' number of visitors today. Wonder why?!
9th Aug 2009 18:00 by Djinnsplace
Quiet sunny evening, with the breeze getting up. Still lots of people traipsing back and foe and some families enjoying the views.
9th Aug 2009 16:43 by astra-nomical
Found while geocaching nearby.
9th Aug 2009 16:35 by Pyoung1s
9th Aug 2009 16:16 by milvus-milvus
A very busy trig point today! Good to bump into pyoung1s in the car park later too. :-)
9th Aug 2009 05:38 by Grizzly Pair
8th Aug 2009 17:56 by gushoneybun
Found whilst grabbing a couple of caches in the area. Great views from up here.
8th Aug 2009 12:48 by rutson
Found while caching nearby
8th Aug 2009 12:00 by Tizzie
Logged while searching for local caches over the Mega Event weekend
8th Aug 2009 11:00 by Weather-IT
25th May 2009 16:30 by The Evil Poles
9th Mar 2009 12:10 by FiddleMad
7th Mar 2009 14:30 by Trigpoint100
The Old Man has a thing about going to the seaside on his birthday, and as we were in Bath this was the nearest place. Very misty and rather cold, but could still glimpse the Welsh coast; trig is in good condition, and there's a good circular walk from the car park, round the point, NE up the coast to a small shingle beach and back along the downland to the car.
31st Dec 2008 11:20 by Saltash Ramblers
Parked in the NT car park and walked up the path to the cliff top. Flush bracket numbers 2 & 6 have the bottoms missing, a ‘casting’ error by the looks, found the same at our next trig at Dial Hill as well. No view; completely fogged. Didn’t hang about, the cold was eating through our gloves, raced back to the car.
21st Nov 2008 14:12 by tom
The pillar stands on the grassy top of a ridge on a headland that separates the Mouth of the Severn and the Bristol Channel to the north of Weston-super-Mare. The pillar is painted white, has an asphalt plug and FB S//3269. There is a National Trust car park nearby to the south. My walk consisted of a circuit of the National Trust land. The north shore has some low cliffs and shingle beaches; the south has extensive mud flats of Sand Bay; the western point is rocky and to the east there is grassy sheep pasture near Woodspring Priory. The trig has outstanding views. The coast and mountains of South Wales can be seen the other side of the Severn to the north; the Severn Bridges are to the northeast; Clevedon to the east; the Mendips to the southeast; Sand Bay and Worlebury Hill are to the south; Brean Down, Steep Holm and Flat Holm are to the south and west with the outline of the distant hills of West Somerset just about visible further down the Bristol Channel. Part of the Middle Hope headland has been designated a SSSI for its geology and flora and the shore is part of the Severn Estuary SSSI.
16th Sep 2008 10:45 by Oldlegworkers
7th Aug 2008 15:00 by Eeee Bi Gum
Did as part of 7.5 miles walk around the Sandy Bay area. Superb views toady across to Cardiff
4th Jun 2008 12:00 by Stevie Boy
Good, white pillar. Lovely short walk,well maintained by the NT, good views
10th May 2008 00:00 by Maple Leaf
Visiting a nearby cache, but will re-visit as great views
25th Feb 2008 11:15 by Dusty
17th Feb 2008 17:16 by Glaslyn
Walked up just in time to watch stunning sunset over the sea.Lovely location .Parking nearby.Pillar in good condition.
27th Nov 2007 10:00 by bluebeard
Alone save for a hovering hawk hunting.
10th Oct 2007 14:11 by Hartryggers
Parked in the NT car park at Sand Point walked up the steps to trig, good views all round.
21st May 2007 14:38 by sniffadogz
Good views all around.
19th May 2007 14:33 by Chaotica_UK
Nice area - foudn whilst doing geocache GCKGW7
21st Feb 2007 09:00 by Valliant Knight
View of post with the bay and pier behind ©Valliant Knight
10th Feb 2007 16:40 by sjh60trig
My first trig
19th Dec 2006 23:25 by captain gore-tex
great views from up here.
17th Aug 2006 17:15 by dal
Delightful spot; great views.
12th Aug 2006 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, white, asphalt plug, BSM style FB, numbers 2 & 6 damaged or more likely malformed. Open grassland by path, fine limestone headland, fine view. Site for Glanville Fritillary apparently - impressed!
3rd Aug 2006 15:19 by Brisey
Good views, good condition, and very similar location to TP1608 Brean Down.
21st Dec 2005 12:15 by Al & Tracy Smith
Very nice views even on an ovecast day like today.
10th Dec 2005 10:40 by Lathama
Fabulous day! Views right across to South Wales, Steep Holm, Flat Holm, Sand bay and Weston-s-Mare. The pillar is splendidly white with an ashphalt plug replacement. All sightholes are open. The flush bracket is one of those with a 'high S' above the number. The base of the '2' and '6' have been chipped away. Concrete plinth around the base is exposed all round between 6 and 8 inches. magnificent spot! Off now to find the Point of View geocache.
28th Oct 2005 13:00 by FollowMeChaps
Very worthy of a visit. especially on a windy day!
26th Aug 2005 12:35 by plymplodder
THE TRIG ©plymplodder
13th Jun 2005 12:21 by capsecum
Visited on two days 13th and 16th although hazy some good views and a pair of falcons/hawks (sorry not a twitcher) displaying neaby.
14th Mar 2005 18:15 by billy twigger
Doing the Point of View cache. Getting dark and I've noy brought my torch!!!
31st Dec 2004 13:21 by MMattyK
Great place to enjoy scenic views and walk along the top of a penisula just north of Weston-Super-Mare. Also a lot of wildlife about, and berries in the autumn too!
9th Apr 2004 12:00 by iainmac
12th Nov 2003 14:41 by maurice
10th Jun 2003 12:15 by martin
26th Feb 2003 09:11 by discjirm
There are some lovely views from this trig point and it is relatively easy to get to, with a fotpaht running right past it. This pillar is well worth a visit.
3rd Feb 2001 00:00 by mickandshane
13th Jul 1983 11:00 by Clochandighter
Too hazy to see any distance out to sea. Nice peninsula though.
21st Apr 1981 00:00 by RogerTempleman
White pillar on flat grassy top.