|Site of Special Scientific Interest|
|Area||33.41 acres (0.1352 km2; 0.05220 sq mi)|
|Natural England website|
The site is a Geological Conservation Review site, as it shows a low ridge of calcite-cemented Pleistocene sand and gravel on its southern side. Various marine or glacial origins have been postulated for the sediments and it has even been suggested that this is a Mesozoic beach conglomerate. On the basis of the sedimentology, it is most likely that these sediments accumulated during the Quaternary when an ice sheet rested against Bleadon Hill.
- * English Nature citation sheet for the site Archived October 13, 2006, at the Wayback Machine (accessed 9 July 2006)
- "Mendip Hills An Archaeological Survey of the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty" (PDF). Somerset County Council Archeological Projects. Retrieved 16 January 2011.