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Burledge Hill
view of Chew Valley Lake
for wide open views and wildflowers

Burledge Hill is part of a limestone plateau on the north-eastern fringes of the Mendip Hills, overlooking Chew Valley Lake.

What to look out for

The flower-rich grassland on Burledge Hill includes cowslip, lady's mantle, saw-wort and devil's bit scabious. Butterflies are abundant in summer and birds such as willow warbler, garden warbler and whitethroat can be heard singing from the scrub areas.

Three fields at Burledge Hill are designated as a Site of Nature Conservation Interest (SNCI).

The site also falls within the Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and has panoramic views over the Chew Valley.

Access
There is a public footpath which crosses the reserve.

 

  Getting there by
Bike View a location map of the reserve on the National Cycle Network website.
Public transport Go to www.traveline.org.uk
Car

Burledge Hill is on the southern edge of the village of Bishop Sutton. There are no car parking facilities.

Further information
Reserves in this area
Look for...

Willow warbler
Darin Smith


Betony


Ringlet butterfly


Hobby


Cowslips
Keith Giles


Devil's bit scabious


Maps
reserve map
reserve map
Reserve map National Cycle Network
Location details
Grid ref
ST 589 591
Area 12.2 hectares
Nearest postcode to reserve BS39 5UN
(0.442 km from grid reference)