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Name:Bassett's Hill
Hill number:17354
Height:181.7m / 596ft
Section:39: Central and Eastern England
Classification:Tu,1
Drop:32.9m
Col:148.8m  SP 7594 9975  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
1903913/05/2017SP 76577 98670  F: Trig FB S4849 in hedge.
O: Field edge 70m N looked higher at SP 76572 98739 but gave same GPS height as trig.
Aye Jimmy
Subpoint
1GJ
2991107/12/2019SP 76381 98870  F: Grass field c.150m ENE of mapped spot height.
O: Unsurveyed maize belt at W end of field might contain similar elevation.
Smudge
Subpoint
2DM
2991509/12/2019SP 76041 98927  F: Not recorded - LIDAR analysis
O: Satellite image suggests high point is in arable field
S: LIDAR
DSM
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DM
2991609/12/2019SP 75946 99756  
S: LIDAR
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 18 users)ByDate of Ascent
Tugby to Great Easton. W-E traverse of summit contour ring.Smudge07/12/2019
Parked near trig hidden in hedge, followed track around by electric fence to HP near woods, although top flat and only marginally higher than road.PeterD19/09/2018
Nice, spacious view.Wycombe Wanderer17/07/2018
as for DC11mainarranc10/07/2018
Parked at junction just N of Keythorpe Farm. Took reading at trig, then wandered out across large field (had been cropped). From there edge of field near road looked higher.Aye Jimmy13/05/2017
Easy parking in field entrance by trig point high spot.DC11main05/03/2017
Circular from north, using footpaths and a link over the top, in field. My non-bagging companion was bemused by the seeming pointlessness of the visit.Colin Crawford04/01/2017
From high point on track to east.ngthack10/02/2016
GMGMJIdris29/12/2015
Parked at high point of track due south of Tugby. Walk across field to high point. 6th of morning and only 09.30.Campbell Singer04/12/2015
Parked 200m N of Keythorpe Farm, but could have driven up tarred road to high point 100m N of trig point. Crops. But got to hp on RH field edgeGordonAdshead30/07/2015
Arable field. Walk around and top is perceptible. field.Adrian18/05/2014
Four Hill circular from Hallaton with Sheeba .We Accessed hill from bridleway (Midshires way) from The South and close to The brow of The hill there is an op ening in The hedge giving access. Headed to spot height but there is no distinctive summit. This is The type of hill that may lose height due to ploughing. Sheeba and i zig-zagged to maximise chance of locating highest point . We exited via thinnest point between field and enclosed woodland and a footbridge Took us to The outskirts of The field. We Headed sw to take us onto The public fp towards The Pine tree stud and then onto The minor road leading towards Glooston. PS. Bassetts Hill Was ploughed and We had big clumps of clay on our shoes.Dazingdale06/04/2014
route & GPS on H-B. RHW18/05/2013
BrianMatthews06/08/2019
KC06/07/2017
andrew brown04/08/2015
carole engel09/03/2014