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Name:Wendover Woods [Haddington Hill]
Hill number:2874
Height:267m / 876ft
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Buckinghamshire (CoU)
County (CoH):Buckinghamshire (CoH)
County (CoA):Buckinghamshire (CoA)
Catchment:Thames
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (200-299m), Historic County Top, Current County/UA Top,
Administrative County Top, Clem
(Ma,Hu,Tu,2,CoH,CoU,CoA,Cm)
Grid ref:SP 89072 09087
Summit feature:boulder with plaque
Drop:180m
Col:87m  SP690240  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 165
(1:25k) 181
Observations:plaque is in Wendover Woods and marks highest point of Chiltern Hills
Comments:Moved from SP890089; exact location of summit in doubt
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill
Notes:
  • Buckinghamshire (1974) administrative county top
  • Buckinghamshire historic county top
  • Buckinghamshire current county/UA top

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 433 users)ByDate of Ascent
Collected both Wendover and Pavis Woods tops together. Good weather for the walk.acolling14/09/2019
Walking the County Tops of Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire. One way followed route suggested by Muir, but made it a circular for the way back.bgalon25/08/2019
Walked from Pavis Woodsjohnkenyon05/08/2019
Lazy bag from the car park.NormanW26/07/2019
Part of circular walk including Herts high point in Pavis Wood SW of Tring. From Herts 'peak', walked to opposite SW corner of Pavis Wood, exited west to an open area called The Crong. Turned south along road, then right path to Wendover Woods. Bucks high point is marked by a cairn stone (highest point of Chilterns) on eastern boundary of wood. No discernible 'peak' here but at least it is marked.timbo9910/07/2019
1/2 Quick drive by on way to driving to friends in Bedfordshire, parked in go ape and was able to leave without paying having only stopped for 15 minutespenbet29/06/2019
Nice 25km circular from Wendover.atreides788714/04/2019
Walked from Costa Café in Wendover. Top very flat, but has Cairn with plaque to prove which is the exact spot. Lazy people could drive to within 50m of the summit.IanHHill27/03/2019
Loop from Wendover station. A revisit for the sake of the Cambridge hillwalking club's 'climb all the county tops in a year' project.Mark Jackson24/03/2019
On own. From new Forestry Commission car park in Wendover Woods along new exit road then into woods to boulder and plaque which is close to forest edge. Had planned to continue walk to Pavis Wood but lack of time meant ended up driving.Beeliner22/03/2019
Started from Forestry Commission car park at Wendover Woods. Followed 'Chiltern Hills high point' sign along footpath to marker stone with plaque.Eliza10006/03/2019
Walk from Princes Risborough to Wendover Woods.jedthehumanoid01/03/2019
Went to Go Ape, wandered over to tick off the high pointjkl17/02/2019
Walled in a loop with Pavis Wood.peter_tun13/01/2019
Lunch search in the woods...easy leg stretch once located the path.N.Morters08/01/2019
Decided to do this one after a skiing lesson in Milton Keynes. Upon exiting the car we were greeted by the sound of screaming kids! The cafe was shocking so opted for a quick visit to bag the summit then headed off to find a nice farm shop cafe just down the road.Jephcote8305/01/2019
The road through Wendover woods is a N-S one-way toll road with the entrance at SP 891101 and the exit at SP 898083. One can avoid the toll by parking for free near the exit gate at SP 897083 and walking, on the toll road, in a northerly direction to the summitIsbjorn10/11/2018
Summit with Anita whilst staying in AldburyGhibli05/11/2018
A very easy walk from Wendover woods car park. We made the trip more worthwhile by walking to nearby Aston hill and back.suzannerowcliffe02/11/2018
A hill walk in reverse - start at/ near summit then descend (via Coombe Hill trig to near golf club in this case). Woods quite pleasant. Hill bagged & car journey back 'up North' - similar to Gill's experience trying to get to M1 via Milton Keynes (following not brilliant signage) was purgatorial - possibly best to ignore motorway signs and use the A5 till north of town.ger31/10/2018
'Climbed' while staying local to attend the Geolympixey up me duck26/10/2018
5th hill of 6 on Stage 7 of the Ridgeway walk with Lesley, having detoured off to climb Whiteleaf Hill, Pulpit Hill, Beacon Hill and Coombe Hill, this would be the longest detour of the trip, from the minor lane junction with Hengrove wood i took the lane then a footpath that traverses a large field leading to a permissive path through the woods then abandoning this for some fruiteless wandering. One of the vaguest Marilyns I would imagine. Boulder with plaque bagged but road through the woods seems higher but then is this natural? Back along the forest tracks and back to Lesley who had been patiently waiting for me...Dazingdale27/09/2018
From new car park along new exit road then into woods to boulder and plaque. £2.20 I think is minimum charge.mart079714/08/2018
Tring station to Haltonraymondwilkes07/08/2018
From the east in twilightTopographer5705/08/2018
Parked up, popped to the café for some lunch and then strolled to the summit boulder. Enjoyed some den building in the woods afterwards with my daughter.Gerry the Ranger04/08/2018
Walk with good views to W of car parkBen Tindal01/07/2018
Parked in the building site which is a result of the ongoing refurbishment. Not straightforward to find the path given the building work going on. Brass plaque located and then on to Pavis Wood.Buck20/06/2018
Cycled from home. Combined with a trip to Pavis Wood.tsharp21/05/2018
From the cafe out to the cairnMariana Trench13/05/2018
Reasonably quiet today. Not straightforward to find the path as there is a lot of building work going on. Escape was more straightforward.dal16/04/2018
Awful! It reminds me of Whinlatter Forest and all the other touristy theme parks that spoil the English countryside. Dreadful. Couldn't escape quick enough! Solo.Dangerous Dave17/02/2018
From the car park to the N by way of Coombe Hill trig point. Then on to Pavis WoodDanMaisieBex12/02/2018
Parked car in Forestry carpark walked across to the stone that marks the summit then on way back found a grufflojmistry8626/01/2018
Short walk from car park with all the family 'Not a hill' according to Freddy. Also took in Beddington Hill and the Highwayrat trail.Ham and Skate14/01/2018
We did the Highway Rat trail.CalTudor14/01/2018
GMnIdris26/12/2017
1/11M from minor road to the east early am.robertphillips05/11/2017
With Sal when doing British Middle O champs. Must have been here 30 years ago.davechaffey01/10/2017
Night hike from Berkhamsted that involved a bit of wild camping and a lot of sheltering from the rain. Had actually been within a few metres of the summit for a couple of hours, but too dark/wet to see it!DanHolme22/07/2017
The last Marilyn of the day, towards sunset on a blindingly hot day. Wendover Woods seems to be closed after 8.30 pm, so I parked just down the hill from the trig point path. The trig point doesn't seem to be very useful, as there isn't much of a view. Into the woods, on a track and then the forest road, and then found an overgrown, scritchy-scratchy path along the fence to the summit boulder. The easier way back was towards the car park to pick up the forest road. The main challenge with southern Marilyns is the driving, and not the walking. Heading home involved circumnavigating the roundabouts of Milton Keynes to get to the M1. Not nice.Gill08/07/2017
Easy stroll from the Wendover Woods car parkmapple29/06/2017
From Wellonhead Bridgetwg2707/06/2017
Wendover Woods and Paris Wood from Wellonhead Bridge.Fred Windsor29/05/2017
With CPgarth8723/04/2017
Both of usTonyandsue05/04/2017
From car parkprwild02/04/2017
Short walk from car park ..plaque on a rock (Chilterns Summit)keithelliott04/03/2017
Been here before as woods great for younger children.KC15/02/2017
Stone marking highest point only a few hundred level yards from the Forestry Commission car park so not a very rewarding 'peak'. Some lovely walks through the surrounding woods, though.ajd5811/01/2017
Alan and OtisGlenford11/12/2016
Diversion on way to meeting in Maidenhead. Stroll over from car park past café.SS01/11/2016
This part of a circular dog walk for me that a do a couple of evenings a week evenings. Had some trouble finding the summit marker in the dark even with a torch.Chilternfox08/10/2016
A return visit 23 years after I wrongly thought I had bagged the summit of hill, when in fact I guess I only went to the 261m road spot height which was then listed in George Bridges book as being the Bucks county summit location, and I had carried forward that myth in subsequently claiming the marilyn. Put that right today with a wander among the Sunday afternoon crowds in the woods-but as other have said -the high ground could be elsewhere than the rock - with the highest mapped spot height of 267m being on the exit road from the country park.Chris Pearson02/10/2016
A sea of happiness and joy on the faces of many children. Future Hill baggers maybe? Proper coffee in the cafe too.ijpowell01/09/2016
Completed as part of a 9.5 mile circular walk which included Hertfordshire county peak Parvis Wood.Graeme06/08/2016
With K. Parked on minor road to East (yellow on OS). Old woman with two sticks told us where summit cairn was. Bought ice cream.Ashley20/05/2016
sotamike.hartley08/05/2016
The highest point seems to be on the exit road out of the Forestry Commission Car Park.Swindon Bagger24/03/2016
Short walk from Forest road to HP stone.PeterD21/03/2016
Quick trip to the somewhat indeterminate top when passing through the area.Cas-gwent21/02/2016
With Pavis Wood for Hertfordshirenickywood112/12/2015
Tried finding this one in the dark with no torch..failed miserably. Turns out i was looking in the wrong place. Idiot. Easy enough in actual fact. Large stone marks top. The blaque has been damaged though..i mean..why?stig_nest22/11/2015
Used to come here every December for an Orienteering event. Lazy today, as it was raining we parked in the main car park and walked a short distance to the high point.Dragonhert29/10/2015
From the Forestry Commission car park. With Gill.ADT23/10/2015
Walked up from the public bridleway next to The Hale, a pleasant walk through the woods until I reached the hordes at the top. Not the best summit for views apart from a few llamas in the field opposite.Peterb27/09/2015
Paid £1.60 for the car park and then short walk through the woods. Sunny day but chilly in the shader.ashwell23/09/2015
County top outing, This can be an easy one park in the main car park at wendover woods, once you turn into the woods the road goes on for about mile and a half just before you reach the main car park look out for a sign on the left saying Chilterns highest point and then its just a couple of minutes walk to a cairn with a plaque inset commemorating the queens silver jubilee. Toilets and cafe on siteWAYNE ROWLETT09/08/2015
with four other tops before noon. (Mx, Herts, Beds, oxon)maltose11/06/2015
This was the first of the three we did today,easy to do and we had a lovely walk through Wendover woodsTony and Karen11/06/2015
I got ripped off for £1.60. It was a couple of hundred yards from the main car park to the summit boulder. I don't think it's the high point the ground to the south west was definitely higher. The only consolation was the bluebells.isabelle18/05/2015
Here for the British Radio Orienteering Champs... There is a free car park 100m short of the exit from the forest drive (this last stretch is two way so you can turn off the public road without having to traverse the one way system) and then it is about a km walk north. The land SW does look higher to me - so I took a wander and over the spot height point as well.M3WDD16/05/2015
Ice cream and a picture with a Gruffalochrsty10/05/2015
With Katy and Pat.George Thompson04/05/2015
with George & PatKatyT04/05/2015
5/10 Follow the track from mountain bike car park past the trig pillar and into the woods for the high pointFergalh07/03/2015
Short ascent with 8 yr old son.VirtualMountain07/03/2015
tash with pavis woodpigerg28/02/2015
Parked on road nearby only 1km walk into woodland to top where the rock is , woods busy with familys etc .Haygalzer19/10/2014
Runbagging from Halton campdc9601/10/2014
Car Park was heaving. Very noisy and busy. Make sure you have plenty of change for car park if you want to bag Pavis Wood as wellASkeet14/09/2014
All my notes say is 'adventure playground, etc.'edmundjohnson13/08/2014
From the road near High Meadows Farm.amswanston31/07/2014
Morning's jog from beneath Wendover Woods following paths across fields towards then climbing up to Pavis Woods, a long the Ridgeway to Send over Woods and Haddington Hill, then back down to car. 7 miles.VirtualMountain15/06/2014
Four-in-a-day tour of Historic County Tops along the Chilterns scarp with Smoky and Ella. Dunstable Downs (Bedfordshire); Gadmore Lane beside Pavis Wood (Hertfordshire); near High Meadow Farm in Wendover Woods (Buckinghamshire); Cowleaze Wood by Bald Hill (Oxfordshire). None of these are distinct summits.Skip11/05/2014
From the (closed) pub at Buckland Common via Pavis Woodsqueegs22/03/2014
with Tom and Peter. Very short walk from the mountain biking club car park across very muddy field past trig point to wire fence where we did our SOTA activationM0YDH18/02/2014
2nd of 3 county tops today with Dorothy. Walked from car park outside Wellonhead Bridge and then on to Herts. top. Beautiful sunny day sandwiched between storms and floods.callumorr01/02/2014
An epic walk of about 800m to find this elusive summit!Munroist393518/01/2014
Parked where the Ridgeway path crosses the road to south of the top. Walked through woods only to find the car park in the woods rammed with families and kids. Went to the standing stone and ran away.Visited the tomb of my ancestors in Wendover Church yard after so not a complete waste of time.mindlessflogger28/12/2013
Stroll from carparkAndrewFinnimore27/11/2013
Short walk and easy to find.mcallmar27/10/2013
I visited trig point from the car park west of Aston Hill Farm. Operated ham radio in heavy rain for SOTA, 18 contacts completed before I shut down due to the rain.G4OBK (Phil)15/08/2013
Parked at bottom of hill. Followed path to the summit. Not steep,easy walk. Popular at topmelmes12305/05/2013
First county top for us with a pay and display car park and cafe. Busy bank holiday weekend Sunday but no one else at the summit.Newton Maximus05/05/2013
Top no.24. Train to Wendover then circular walk via Beechwood Lane > Haddington Hill > The Crong > Pavis Wood > The Ridgeway > Wendover. A lovely blue sky sunny day. Perfect walking weather. Distance 8.7 miles: Climb 1128 feet: Time 3:03alan.65to7001/05/2013
Very cold day!bolton03/04/2013
Parked at the Wendover Woods car park Followed the sign to the summit marked by a rock sculpture & plaque commemorating Queen Elizabrth's Silver Jubilee in 1977 - A walk of about 300m. (PM)gerrybowes03/04/2013
climbed with Alli.Started at Coombe Hill, and followed a circular route to Pavis wood and then onto Haddington hill,Wendover and back to Coombe hill.Very cold and snow still on some hills.Small rock to mark the highest point.(10 miles)rickybalboa01/04/2013
Haddington Hill and Aston Hill trig from Tring circular walk 11.5 miles.DanTrig02/03/2013
Bagged during circular walk also taking in Pavis Wood (Herts county top) before this one. With Richard, Timi & Winnie.Biffin19/01/2013
Walked up from Tring visiting Pavis Wood on way. Cracking winter day, see munjac and red kites. Go to Cafe in the Woods for excellent cake and hot Choclate (Marie). Lad there pointed the way to a hard to find boulder marking the top, hidden in trees.mcf02/12/2012
A non-descript point in the woods on Haddington Hill. It's also the Buckinghamshire County Top, but didn't impress.jonglew10/11/2012
Went to an extraordinary effort to bag this top on my way to Windsor. One of the least memorable. Parked up near the trig point and walked through forestry tracks to the plaque.Flipperfeet05/11/2012
Dan and I did the Halloween walk to the summit... very scary! Ha!LydiaB29/10/2012
Short walk with big signpost pointing the wayBramley26/10/2012
The walk to the car park ticket machine was further than the walk to the summit! GPS recorded a climb of 1 metre.tim74701/10/2012
. CreakingHiker01/10/2012
Climbed while completing the c3peaks.com 18 mile sponsored walk.Dornorn16/09/2012
I am working my way through the Historic County Tops with my 2 Dalmatians - Celsie our 6 year old girl and Sandy our 4 year old boy - we have written a full log, with pictures, of this walk (and the others) which you can read at "http://blog.schunikka.co.uk"Schunikka09/09/2012
From the car park as others say 1 minute. Bit of a poor hill to be the highest.simon and co17/08/2012
We arrived at Wendover woods country park and followed the signs for the highest point. Less than a five minute walk to the hill top. Very nice family picknick areas etc and a nice gentle walk on a nice day.andytea12/08/2012
Simon Carter 'Bagged' for the 2012 Morris Lubricants County Top Challenge forn the TCT.morrislube07/08/2012
Climbed up steep slope (Chilterns escarpment)through Wendover Woods from side of Halton Air base. Tried to park in car park indicated on OS map but Ministry of Defence had sold land to Belway and the bottom of the escarpmenr is now a new housing estate,- bloody planners! Summit area is now a country park with assault coyrses, picnic areas and car parks so OS map was a waste of space again. Fortunately there is signage to the highest point on the chilterns. Supposed summit is marked by a stone feature but it is obviously in the wrong place as land to the south-west is clearly higher. Mel MiddletonBHMC06/08/2012
The trig point is easy to find the summit less so. Bashed around in the woods for a while before deciding I must have been there. Nice area to have a bike ride around.TheWicken25/06/2012
Tried a few places but reckon its a bashful summit, behind a tree. Not exactly mountainous terrain.Eddie03/04/2012
HuMP-bagging day trip to the Chilterns with Mark Jackson. Just a few metres' stroll from the car park to the marked summit.davidpettit8418/02/2012
With DP from Cambridge doing all the Chiltern HuMPs in a day. Parked next to the top and followed the sign to the stone by the woods edge.Mark Jackson18/02/2012
Repeat w Jenx, CP to north, running up the tracks in wood, back to car via trig in circuitnordicstar02/02/2012
Car park in Wendover Woods (Forestry Commission). The top is inelegantly up the path behind the latrines.AlexanderHoward26/11/2011
Drizzle, mild, calm pea soup.iangalbraith11/11/2011
Climbed along with Pavis Hill from Wendover.dianepick08/10/2011
Parked near trig, ran past that, through woods to stone, and over high point, followed Ickfield/ridgeway to Herts county top and backnordicstar16/08/2011
The car park is just a minute walk from the summit which has limited views. Had a nice walk down the hill and back up to finish with a good ice cream. There is a Go-Ape centre here too.hmt100012/08/2011
Short walk from car park, Long walk back to car park where ice cream was had! Climbed without Carter, But With Warrick, Helen, Amanda, Beau, Oscar and Bonnie.Lawbringer12/08/2011
On a walk through the chiltern hills today. We walked up from the Wendover canal to the Trigpoint first, then on the find the boulder at the top.CandS3713/05/2011
llama spotting nearby!BazWylie01/04/2011
ENGLISH MARILYN 44. WALKED UP TO THE BOULDER WITH PLAQUE FROM THE CAR PARK WHILE RETURNING FROM TRING AFTER DOING THE CHILTERN KANTER THE DAY BEFORE. WEATHER COLD, DAMP AND MISTY.BURGESS28/02/2011
Start from Hale Lane OS 880074 Car parking on the edge of road. Wide rides lead you to the hill top and a cafe! Loveley day with a covering of snow. Return on route going SE to THe Hale and then along footpath parallel to road back to start.marketherton03/12/2010
one of 8 today....not much walking but a lot of driving !heavyhorses13/10/2010
Eventaully found my way to the triangulation pillar then worked my way back to the true summit which was marked with a plaque near a picnic area. Had a good look around for any other potential high points. yorkie04/04/2010
Wendover Stn->Coombe Hill->Pavis Hill->Wendover Woods->Wendover Stn.SteveSmith27/12/2009
Meg and MeRoland Brooks01/11/2009
Bagged with Herts. county top as part of the same walk. Stone marking this top a bit hard to find, look for sign saying 'Chilterns highest point' from visitors centre.The Gardener25/10/2009
Top may actually be close to the cafe. Highest point sign now looks rather battered.Isambard10/08/2009
Walked along Ridgeway from Pavis Wood. Pleasant sunny day. As I'd got up at 1am to drive down to Stansted (300ml) the dogs and I were v happy to enjoy an outdoor break at the excellent cafe in the woods. Nice area, signposted top.martin & storm13/07/2009
walk with dad and rolo linked up with Pavis Wood (Herts. county top)mr bounce27/05/2009
Drove through woods to car park to W. Walked about 2 min to point marked with stoneHighest point of Chilterns. Not clear whether this was actually highest. Weather good. dbb25/05/2009
Parked at SP88120737 to make a decent walk of it and then headed on to Pavis Wood.Herbert Anchovy14/05/2009
Signposted footpath that takes you to the boulder. Really nice area. Really busy.The Team04/05/2009
13 mile circular on Haddington Hill from Tring Station 2nd time.DanTrig01/03/2009
Great day! -3 snow on ground very few people about as car park closed. High point on stone near car park. Took in Pavis Wood in hertfordshire as wellFat Bloke10/01/2009
KCJF Easy when the summit is marked.crazy03/01/2009
Easy stroll from the Car Parkvconnelly22/10/2008
There's now a large sign in the car park pointing towards 'Chiltern Hills - Highest Point'.Richard19/07/2008
with Deryn, Cat, Hazera, Anthony, not sure of dateDanmawr01/07/2008
through the woodsgigglejon22/06/2008
From carpark to SW through woods. Cairn of three large stones with brass plaque on back 'Chiltern Summit 267m'. Also visited trig on Coombe Hill a km to N.Aye Jimmy18/06/2008
Just off the Chiltern Peak path from the first main car park in Wendover Wood.jondudley05/05/2008
Solo. I went along a minor road and then paid £2 to go on paved tracks through forest (Aston Hill) to where there is a café. There were signs to the highest point of the Chilterns and a 0.75 mile hill top path. I thought the summit was at the end of the 0.75 mile path and walked the almost level path/track (with one or two investigations of the possible highest point off the track) until I reached a road, which is where cars exit the forest. Walked back to the car, realised my mistake and went to the supposed summit of Haddington Hill which was only about 100m away! There are stones and a plaque at the summit. It is difficult to say that this is the highest point as it is an almost level summit ridge.pwbellarby01/05/2008
petey19/03/2008
Searched out the highest point using an orienteering map of the woods.JohnW10/03/2008
Quick escape from WEC orientation course!briandiggle07/03/2008
£2 to park at visitor centre. No indication on their maps of highest point, but got to boulders that I visited in 1977 and got a GPS reading of the new highest point.arranc03/03/2008
Easy 200m walk from the car park.destaylor25/02/2008
just a quick walk from the car parkasbown15/02/2008
Lovely busy woodland location...just a short crawl from the car...on my way back to FMD control at Guildford.Dugswell225/09/2007
Bit tricky to find,vandals have dented the plaque.Loads of people around but pleasant enough.chris creedy06/04/2007
With Noddy the dogOverthehilljill25/03/2007
Circuit from WendoverMark Jackson18/02/2007
Activating SOTA summit G/CE-005 from the Trig pointg0azs28/01/2007
A circular walk along the ridgeway from Wendover. Highest point marked by Rock Monument and Plaque.rhalstead21/01/2007
Didn`t see the boulder, but the woods were nice. Must visit again.electricratman19/11/2006
Good circuit from Tring; up over Hastoe Hill, the eastern escarpment and Pavis Wood, down by Coombe Hill's east ridge. Much better than driving all the way to the top!Mark Jackson29/10/2006
A 13.5 mile walk starting at Tring Station taking in Pavis Wood, Haddington Hill and back along the canal.DanTrig11/02/2006
Short walk on in woodland from the nearby trig,also visited in the 80's as a scoutRhayader_wander26/01/2006
Bagged on way back from London. Parked at top of hill and wandered to highest point. Didn't stay long. Very popular.robphys05/11/2005
Ascent? Most people get within a few yards by car.johnjennison29/05/2005
Views? Not a chance. Big rock marking the highest point in the Chilterns? Yeah! The rock is quite hard to find, despite only being a few dozen yards into the woods from the car park - take your GPS. Easily reached from Ridgeway or Herts county top.wheresthepath02/01/2005
Ascended umpteen times, but first time solo from Wendover using the obvious paths slanting up the hillside. Summit took a bit of seeking out.NotReallyABagger07/11/2004
In Wendover Woods - boulder with plaque, marking highest point of Chiltern Hillswebmaster12/09/2003
http://tomread.co.ukm1eyp29/06/2003
Hill run.Man of Kernow130/04/2003
With: hb sb ab; Parked at carpark close to Marilyn summit and walked to the top but returned by the Trig Point. A short bag while travelling home from the N.Ian Baines01/12/2002
topjohnfwoolley20/09/2002
Another LDWA walk this time the Wendover Gap walk for this top.philhythe03/03/2002
Started climb from Wendover at the Grand Union Canal. From there went up the south east side of the hill to reach the car park. Found the highest point with aid of the GPS as the summit is very flat. Trig point is one mile to the north.garyhoney05/11/2000
A super cairn celebrating the highest point of the Chilterns and Bucks. Clearly there's higher ground nearby, Nobody uses the name Haddington Hill now and the area is called Wendover WoodsBazz01/01/2000
Galltywenallt11/12/1999
car park nr summit, trails, wdld sculpture trail, 50p fee evenings. car park a few m west of summit RHW17/09/1999
plus 13/04/2009 with son JAMIEvegibagger09/04/1999
From Tring (Akeman Street). My log says 'satisfying to climb to the top of the Chilterns'. Out via Aston Hill, back via the Ridgeway and Pavis Wood- made a nice winter walk round a wide, dry valley. This is probably the only time I bothered to seek out the summit- had just bought brother Pete that Dawson book.pwheeler17/01/1999
Climbed up from car park near Aston Clinton with wife Nicola and 3 year old and 1 year old sons, Matthew and James. Highest point is a couple of mounds in woods to South East of the plaque. Have been up two more times since. Nearest Marilyn to home, next time I will take my GPS to get exact GR!pdantic16/01/1999
The first time to ascend this top was via Aston Hill before the Mountain Bike trails were added. There is a stone marking the top of the Chiltern Hills - but the area around appears higher.chinnock01/05/1998
With Andy. There is a marker stone declaring the 'Highest Point in the Chilterns'.mikejacobs01/09/1996
excellent autumnal walk.steven ruffles10/10/1994
From Sheffield after work bagging a few county tops en route to meet Julie at her parents near London before overnight ferry to France for a weeks climbing at Easter. Bagged the 261m spot height on the road as listed as Bucks county top by George Bridge and not the hidden in the woods higher true summit of Bucks and what subsequently became known as a marilyn. 23 years passed before I corrected this discrepency and visited the true summit-although even that exact point is in dispute!Chris Pearson08/04/1993
Probably 2003. Mooched around to make sure I visited the highest bit.summitsupblank
The Chiltern top. A car park - a nice café (busy though) and lovely woodland walks. The top is marked by a stone bearing the fact this is the highest point in the Chilterns. The walk up from any direction is nice.ChinnockCblank
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