N.B. Some hill summits are on private property or on land where there is no public right of way. Permission should be sought from the landowner where access to a hill summit is through private land.
Please report via the contact page any logs you see below which describe or encourage acts of trespass, and mention the hill number and hill name.
|Logged Descriptions (logged by 20 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|Roadside parking at TR 2467 3847. Took the RoW for approx 80m then straight across an arable field. Trig pillar now been uprooted and moved so tricky to locate a preise HP.||jonglew||10/11/2018|
|Up tractor lines. Prked in gateway on right angle bend.||clivevilla||18/04/2018|
|3/3 birthday kentumping, on way back from cheriton hill with only 5 mins to spare before getting in trouble with the Mrs, drove up the bridleway, ran to muddy, uneventful summit. Ran back. All in 3 mins?||tumpawumpa||24/10/2017|
|Summit not attained as chest height in dense rape. Trig apparently moved to SW corner of field. Would have been easy to access from path if not cropped.||Denise||22/04/2017|
|Sandling stn - Blackhouse Hill - Summerhouse Hill - Tolsford Hill - Cheriton Hill - Sugarloaf Hill - Swinge Hill - Folkestone station. A strong contender for best Tump walk in Kent? Summerhouse and Sugarloaf are remarkable hills.||Mark Jackson||04/03/2017|
|Dover to Folkestone. Trig pillar has been removed from the middle of the field (now laying in hedge to N apparently).||Smudge||17/02/2017|
|From bridleway that starts at TR24486 38636. Went because of Cauldham farm trig and because I was waiting for a local garage to get the parts to repair the brakes on my vehicle, not because it is a wretched Tump. The fact it is nothing more than a near flat ploughed field confirms the general reputation of the P30s||Martin R||13/08/2013|
|Bagged as a Clem (and the trig) on route to Alps before I knew about Tumps.||Chris Pearson||27/08/1999|
|With: hr; Walked up here with Helen after The Warren. Date is approximate.||Ian Baines||01/06/1984|