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TP5161 - North Hill
12th Aug 2012 18:31 by g4wsb
Covered by branch at time of visit.
4th Jun 2011 14:59 by gutlord62
Another hedge dweller. Only views across Bristol, OK if you like urban sprawl.
4th Jun 2011 07:44 by Pyoung1s
Revisit on 18 May 2013
18th Oct 2010 12:31 by edfielden
Half-mile walk along track from road to Dundry. Trig is on north side of fence and tree-y hedge near SE corner of field. Pillar daubed with blue and red paint and - oddly - foil but otherwise in decent condition; concrete plug; FB faces E; N & W sightholes open, others plugged. Position logged from GPS device accurate to ±5m.
25th Sep 2010 17:00 by desperate dan
Unspectacular site but excellent views over Bristol
20th Dec 2009 12:15 by cmb1953
13th Sep 2009 19:00 by SebastienCale
Parked at the end of the lane to the west and walked the 800m to the trig. As mentioned it's the other side of the hedge from the path, but can be easily accessed from the field to the north. Fabulous views over Bristol and beyond to Wales, with Purdown, Clifton suspension bridge, the first(?) Severn bridge and the Wills building all clear, and views to the hills in south Wales. This was my first bag since moving to Bristol, and my first with my iPhone, which promptly ran out of battery so no pics!
18th Aug 2009 17:38 by raypool
28th Jul 2008 13:00 by Eeee Bi Gum
Good views, but T.P. stuck in a hedge
10th Aug 2007 14:13 by tom
Positioned on the side of Dundry Down the view north is over Bristol including the Clifton and Severn Bridges towards Wales and the Forest of Dean.
27th Apr 2007 11:35 by bluebeard
follow unmade lane/tractor tracks to field where these end. pillar below hedge with views over south bristol.
13th Apr 2007 16:41 by Hartryggers
Parked just off Broadoak Hill, walked along the track pass a house, through a gate and over two stiles, after the 2nd stile transfer off the main track inside the next field N keep walking E, the trig lies in the hedge 20m from the stile. Someone has coloured the fb yellow!
15th Feb 2007 20:20 by captain gore-tex
interesting FB number, very very muddy approach.
18th Mar 2006 16:30 by Glaslyn
Walk in on ROW.Excellent views.Orange Flush.5 numbers.No S.
12th Jun 2005 17:15 by Managra
This one took some finding as it's nestling behind bushes and isn't that obvious from the path. Set on a concrete plinth and painted white. The flush bracket is painted yellow - makes a change from the blue one we found at Twerton Hill. Lovely views over Bristol. Bizarrely, even though we were in the middle of the countryside, we could still hear an ice cream van from Withywood below playing "The Teddy Bears Picnic". Concrete plug.
21st Feb 2005 17:51 by Rhayader_wanderer
Same route as last caller and the mudbath was horrid especially on the bike trig is in good shape bar the concrete plug and the view interesting
18th Feb 2005 09:53 by Bridgeman
Approached from Broadoak Hill ST566667. The track running east is initially good but deteriorates so much later that I had to get into the adjacent field to avoid deep flooded ruts. The trig point lies on the north side of a barbwire fence, easy to get under. Good views over Bristol including the Clifton Suspension Bridge and the Severn Bridges.
21st Mar 2004 12:47 by martin
Number on FB does not agree to OS S3372
24th Jan 2004 13:15 by mickandshane
A fairly insignificant trig, although the view over Bristol is OK. The number is definitely 11159 and not 3372 as according to OS data. Tarmac plug.
8th Nov 2003 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc; resin plug; white; trig in hedge S side of main tk, 1:50k map misleading as tk does not go downhill
14th Oct 2003 10:30 by maurice
21st Apr 1981 00:00 by RogerTempleman
Plain pillar in hedge and barbed wire fence. Good views of Bristol.