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View from Melbury Hill. To the right is the locator pillar of Melbury Beacon
|Elevation||263 m (863 ft) |
|Prominence||66 m (217 ft) |
|Parent peak||Win Green|
|Parent range||Cranborne Chase|
|Topo map||OS Landranger 183, Explorer 118N|
Melbury Hill, whose summit is also called Melbury Beacon, is a prominent hill, 263 metres high, on the high chalk escarpment of the North Dorset Downs above the village of Melbury Abbas in the county of Dorset in southern England.