Name:Warren Hill
Hill number:18430
Height:187.4m / 615ft
Section:39: Central and Eastern England
Col:113m  SU497851  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
1799607/03/2017SU 54877 81403  F: east edge of track to Warren Farm
O: LIDAR 187.37
S: Abney Level
1799707/03/2017SU 54589 81362  F: in field 8m SW of track
O: 2c: LIDAR 187.1 Embankment next to track is 0.2m higher (LIDAR 187.28)
S: Abney Level
1799807/03/2017SU 54519 81343  F: in field
O: same height as summit 2c (LIDAR 187.06)
S: Abney Level
1799907/03/2017SU 54487 81404  F: in field 10m S of track
O: same height as summit 2c (LIDAR 187.08); embankment next to track is ~0.2m higher
S: Abney Level
1800007/03/2017SU 54061 82272  F: tumulus
O: not on natural summit (LIDAR 187.11)
S: Abney Level
1800107/03/2017SU 54035 82275  F: on just discernable earthwork, site of Roman temple
O: lower than mound (LIDAR 187.08)
S: Abney Level
1800207/03/2017SU 55035 80372  F: large flat area
O: LIDAR 186.92 but shows ground 0.1m higher 60m W Highest ground is 187.1m at SU 5508 8039 on the W side of the road near the 186 spot but this is an embankment.
S: Abney Level
1800307/03/2017SU 53986 82288  F: trig pillar
O: 1m lower than mound
S: Abney Level

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 57 users)ByDate of Ascent
Great views from level track at entrance to Warren Farm. Adjacent field appeared lower. Permission given by owner dealing with fallen tree. Breezy and cool albeit with brief sunny spell after shower.Denise 17/02/2020
From Compton. Met owner at start of farm track clearing wind felled branch, lent a hand so he must have felt obliged to let us visit the high point when we asked. All very level but track slightly higher than surrounding ground. Owner was quite proud of his high point telling us we could see 5 Counties from here. Then onto the competing Lowbury Hill.RichardM17/02/2020
35mins/3.7km round trip from car park with GFE while supporting Josh at Chillterns Wonderland 50. Beautiful views along the ridgeway and blackberries at the topFionalevey14/09/2019
Pleasantly along the Ridgeway for a mile or so from the car park to the eastMark Sims28/08/2019
Walked as part of walking the Ridgway Trail . started in StreatleyD SID07/03/2019
Kilometre walk north from the tump summit and to the trig pillar S5724 just 1m lower than the very big ultra flat area. Two cows had the courage to lick my hand.vegibagger20/10/2018
2nd and final tump on Stage 4 of the Ridgeway walk with Lesley veering off to climb Lattin Down en-route then this one. High reading encountered on the Ridgeway Trail and also on track as per summit Grid ref. I checked the field also and an adjacent field to the Ridgeway but no higher readings obtained. Continuing on the Ridgeway to Streatley to finish at Goring station for a train to Reading where we had accommodation booked.Dazingdale25/09/2018
as for I j powellarranc25/08/2018
Parking just north of Starveall then followed GPs in a circuit.Campbell Singer29/03/2018
Very pleasant circuit from Compton taking in the current location and the far more pleasant Lowbury Hill.dal12/02/2018
Ample parking on byway just north of Starveall next to vehicle restriction sign. Easy walk from here.ijpowell09/09/2017
Parked at the end of the road at Starveall. Clockwise circular walk with diversion into field by the Warren Farm access road. Glorious sunny morning.Herbert Anchovy17/07/2017
Ridgeway 40mickdavidson06/05/2017
exhaustive survey of all candidate locations in LIDAR data Galltywenallt07/03/2017
A walk up from Streatley and return having walked from Pangbourne. A steady ascent and easy return. As ever a fairly flat top and a lot of water. Walked on further which felt as if I were still going up but difficult to be sure with no technology.Sixtyplus21/02/2017
Cholsey to Goring inc. diversion to trig pillar.Smudge19/02/2017
Night time ascent on a cold Feb evening. Went over to the old summit at Lowbury Hill to have dinner at the Roman Temple site.DanMaisieBex13/02/2017
Parked south of the cross roads to the east of Compton. Then up minor road to use by-ways to access field and summit.Dugswell203/11/2016
Train to Goring then bike along ridgeway.trimarc201/06/2016
40 min night walk in dark up and back on Ridgeway LDP from east -enough night vision on white chalk track so no torch needed despite 10pm time. Car radio announces only 2 hours remaining before 'legal highs' become illegal at midnight. Is hill bagging a legal high at risk ?Chris Pearson25/05/2016
Ridgeway Race 40 milesbenwloudon07/05/2016
Parked to South a short way beyond Starveall. Sign said no vehicles 1st Oct- 30th April. If I came next day will there be lots of cars and bikes on the track? Easy ascent on by-ways. Went into field for HP, knowing I will have walked right by in 1985 on Ridgeway walk. My last WB tump. Also walked over to Lowbury HillPeterD30/04/2016
Along Ridgeway path from car parkr.ashwell03/04/2016
Parked to east & along Ridgeway. West Berks completion.ngthack13/12/2015
Drove up lane from Aldworth to the SE. Sign said no cars between 1Oct and 31 Mar, so continued on to park at Ridge Way junction 500m NW of Starveall. Felt a bit foolish as I was turning round the car to park, just as about 40 Wednesday Walkers arrived walking down the hill. Crossed under the electric fence at the hp of the RWay and walked a little way into the top field containing cows.GordonAdshead30/09/2015
With Jo, whilst walking along The Ridgeway from Goring to Cuckhamsley Hill. Also visited Lowbury Hill. Weather; sunny, warm, good visibility.amblerbob10/06/2014
From Blewbury a round of Blewburton Hill and Lowbury Hill.rhalstead02/02/2014
Visited whilst bagging the trig. Parked to SW in Compton, pleasant walk up on good byway tracks.jonglew22/11/2013
Walking the Ridgeway from Avebury to GoringPete West15/04/2012
On Ridgeway Long Distance Pathnickywood129/12/2009
Ridgeway from Goring to Sparsholt Firsrjf3510/02/2007
pleasant hill & view, TP memorial to Peter Sowden 1944-91 Field Survey Instructor. tk W from Warren Fm car pk, via the 187m spot height not that I realised at the time.RHW20/10/2002
Minimally HP visited on walk from Aldworth with Petepwheeler01/04/2002
Up from Cholsey, back via Moulsford to Goringrjf3528/01/2001
Ridgeway walk from Whitehorse Hill to Goringrjf3518/06/1995
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