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TP0734 - Dumpdon
15th Apr 2012 06:35 by Cipollini
First proper - though brief - trigpointing expedition of the year. Parked to East then straightforward climb up to TP, sited to N of copse on top of hillfort. Plug missing - just a void - but otherwise vgc with OS plaque. Early start; very chilly, but sun rising, birds singing, and a lovely viewpoint.
14th Jan 2012 13:15 by GoldenHaystack
Plug Missing. Otherwise OK. Walked up through the beeches logged cache on the way. GH.
Dumpdon Hill Fort. ©GoldenHaystack
29th Sep 2011 12:53 by geodruth
What a gorgeous view! Took the hard way up, fighting through gorse, then discovered the easy path for the route back down.
Dumpdon Trig and view ©geodruth
26th Mar 2011 14:15 by cmb1953
1st Nov 2010 14:00 by Dusty
30th Jun 2010 13:21 by Griefmiester
Struggled abit to find my way up through the bracken - Pillar good condition - nice location - great views.
16th Mar 2010 13:12 by raypool
11th Apr 2009 11:28 by martinc
Good condition but plug missing. Nice walk up and around this ancient earthwork fort.
7th Jan 2009 11:01 by Glaslyn
My 2000th trigpoint log (1948th Pillar) and its a revisit! Lovely location though. Icy lanes from Honiton. Pillar condition unchanged.
27th Nov 2008 12:15 by Anthony V
Easy to find and only a short walk uphill from the N.T. car park. It's amasing to think that this hill fort was constructed nearly 2500 years ago without a JCB or any other power tool. The Beech trees are a Victorian addition.
16th Sep 2008 12:16 by Daisydog
Daisy's First Trigpoint !!
30th Aug 2008 14:00 by bluebeard
23rd Jun 2008 09:35 by wheelybarrow
Lovely spot up here although grass was a bit long!
17th Apr 2008 18:43 by Trigger happy
29th Dec 2007 16:25 by mitsiman
Easy short climb up from NT car park. Nice views, worth the visit.
2nd Dec 2007 12:08 by McYeo
Found while caching.
16th Jul 2007 13:50 by Managra
In good condition with a GPS plaque. Lovely views
7th Jul 2007 12:32 by kinkykimbo
Found whilst doing a geocache nearby. Pillar is in good condition, lovely view from site.
13th Feb 2007 12:00 by keehotee
13th Feb 2007 12:00 by keehotee
5th Aug 2006 12:12 by The White Family
Easy access, with good views.
20th Jul 2006 13:19 by barryhunter
Nice location. Parked at track off the lane to the E, but didnt think the N path looked good, so ended up circleing to S, (pleasent but hard work in the heat!), finally found access to top from N, accompanied by a herd of cows. Then on the way down missed the path, and ended up taking (still passable) path down trough woods and overgrown brackon.
18th Feb 2006 15:00 by The Morgan Mob
This was the first ever trig we found...before we even knew about logging them
25th Apr 2005 16:51 by Glaslyn
Had a repair at some point ,nice setting still foggy,off for a beer or three!
23rd Dec 2004 15:54 by thedoc58
31st Oct 2004 17:00 by plymplodder
Great views as light was fading.
12th Jun 2004 15:00 by Snells Pace
"Bagged" this one while doing a nearby geocache. Nice veiws.
9th Apr 2004 13:30 by maurice
Pillar is part of the GPS Network
7th Feb 2004 13:30 by thirtyfootscrew
A nice view from up there, quite biting if it's a windy day.
Leaning on trigpoint. It was a pretty windy day so pelase excuse the gritted teeth!
22nd Sep 2002 12:00 by peregrinus
pleasant pasture summit just outside beech-covered hillfort, pleasant view, GPS plaque
19th Apr 1997 00:00 by mickandshane
Painted white, plug missing.
31st Jul 1982 00:00 by RogerTempleman
Pillar in grassy area next to beach wood. Pillar swarming with flying ants during visit - nasty sting!