I found - just - a small place to park by Calvadnack Farm off to the West. From here I nipped across an empty field to get myself onto access land. It isn't far to the top but it isn't much fun what with the gorse and the brambles. But nothing campared to yesterday's horrors on Watch Croft. Came down the same way, more or less, but by now was beginning to discover little sections where there was almost a path.
Then I drove east to collect my final Cornish Marilyn, Hensbarrow Downs. I thought of approaching from the north but places to park are not abundant on the B3274 between Trezaise and Stanalees. So I took the minor road out of Trezaise signposted to Greensplat and parked at its highest point about a km south. From here a path leads very easily to the trig point. I gather this was once the top of the hill. It no longer is as the landscape has been throoughly reshaped by the China clay mining that is going on all around here and there is a landscaped erstwhile slag heap to be climbed to reach the highest point. This was easily done. There is a small buildikng just beyind the trig point, a bit to the right of which a path leads eaily up a gully that reaches a short steep section after which roads tracks and easy grassy slopes lead the rest of the way.