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Name:Bradenham Hill
Hill number:17353
Height:182m / 597ft
Section:39: Central and Eastern England
Classification:Tu,1
Drop:48m
Col:134m  SU811977  

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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
1250110/03/2016SU 81573 97136  F: Pasturejonglew
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2268211/04/2018SU 81573 97135  F: Un-marked, levellish field of grassRichardM
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2481009/09/2018SU 81574 97134  F: Slightly raised ground in field.Aye Jimmy
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On loop run of Bradenham, Slough, Lodge, and Whiteleaf Hills. Easy access to grassy field via gate just before footpath enters woods.maclrc12/01/2020
Bradenham, Slough & Lodge hills. 9.5km total from train station where wed parked Van. With GFE.Fionalevey15/09/2019
5th top of 6 on Stage 6 of the Ridgeway with Lesley on a route from Watlington to Saunderton, climbing Bald Hill, Adwell Cop, Beacon Hill and Lodge Hill to finish at Saunderton. Our Airbnb host dropped me off at Bradenham where i took a permissive path to the wood and the woodland tracks to road, over 1 fence to explore 2 high spots on the large grassy field close to the woodland border. Back onto the track and onwards to Slough hill...Dazingdale26/09/2018
Parked to NW, up tarmac lane then off right at top via green track through undergrowth. Crossed fence into field by pile of old logs and large tree.Aye Jimmy09/09/2018
from Slough and back to station. Very hot.arranc27/06/2018
Indistinct point on domed grassy field near woodland. Part of a three tump walk with Lodge and Slough Hills which was a pleasant break on our journey home. Llamas, lambs, red kites, flowering violets and cowslips, damp cold mist.Denise 11/04/2018
From the NW on surfaced track and then along N edge of grassy field.RichardM11/04/2018
With N and A. From Bradenham, PF to Nobles Farm then NW.Owen B25/03/2018
As KC. Tarmac most of the way. Back down and onto Slough Hill. A muntjac ambled across the track on my way back down.Campbell Singer09/12/2017
From roadside between this and Slough hill. Easy stroll up lane.KC04/06/2017
Second tump after Slough Hill. Straight forward walk. HP in field 20m W of the path where the path exits the wood. Large oak tree nearby.DanMaisieBex02/10/2016
4hr 30 walk between Saunderton and Little Kimble stations over 6 Tumps. Followed track up ridge into woods from NW, then mown track through nettles directly to highest point.Mark Jackson13/06/2016
From road to NW along FP/road. At gate went along field boundary.PeterD26/05/2016
From Saunderton Stationr.ashwell13/03/2016
Pleasant walk across from Slough Hill. RoW mainly, then deviated S on wide path cut through bramble and scrub to woodland/pasture boundary. HP a few metres into the field.jonglew10/03/2016
On 10 mile circuit of Bradenham valley starting from Bradenham Manor on a very windy day. Summit appears to be in middle of field to W of ridge path, just before you reach the woods when heading north. There's a gate into the field that appears almost purpose-built for Tump-ers.wheresthepath29/11/2015
Part of a round walk based on Saunderton Stationtrimarc222/08/2015
Nicely linked with slough Hill on footpath to open field and jog back to station.Chris Pearson24/04/2015
Easy parking at station. Stroll. Summit could be anywhere.destaylor25/11/2013
From Saunderton Station, could park much closer. Short distance off path into field.rhalstead19/10/2013
Pasture, 1 gate, from NWRHW01/12/2012
On the Chiltern Marathon route this varys every year always starts at Lane Endphilhythe11/09/2011
From West Wycombe along ridge, down to Saunderton, return via Bradenham and Naphillpwheeler18/04/2009
Date unknown.Evening ascent after work.Adrian01/01/2000
On walk from West Wycombecitygent20/07/1993
davefh20/01/2020
DC11main22/02/2018
Wycombe Wanderer23/12/2017
BrianMatthews09/05/2017
SteveG21/12/2016
stevent080905/06/2016
andrew brown10/05/2016
Louise14/02/2016
ajwxyzt14/02/2016
Swindon Bagger24/06/2015
Moore10009/01/2015
Badders05/12/2014
ngthack20/08/2014
GordonAdshead24/05/2014
Smudge01/01/2013