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Name:Win Green
Hill number:2897
Height:277m / 909ft
RHB Section:41: South Central England
County/UA:Wiltshire (CoU)
Catchment:Avon & Stour
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (200-299m), Clem
Grid ref:ST 92517 20699
Summit feature:centre of summit copse
Col:118m  ST877282  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 184
(1:25k) 118N
Observations:summit is 1m higher than base of trig point 50m S at ST 92509 20652; trees obstruct GPS measurement
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 244 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
14.30 at least third visit. Rather glorious circular path of beech trees on summit that didn't suffer the same devastation in the great storm of October 1987 that Chactonbury ring did.vegibagger22/08/2019
5.4m circular walk from Tollard Royal. Visited high point in trees and trig. Drink at pub in Tollard Royal at the end just as the rain came in.Jephcote8326/05/2019
Shortish drive after I.O.W. Staying in New Forest...short walk from car park over fieldN.Morters26/04/2019
Short walk in fogBen Tindal09/04/2019
With K, walked up from Tollard Royal via track and back by Hardy Way.IanHHill20/03/2019
Only a short stroll from carpark, but rewarded with fabulous panoramic view at the highest point on Cranbourne Chase.Pete West20/02/2019
Along the short stretch of rough road to the car park. Stroll to the copse and the trig.NormanW12/02/2019
More like it after the Long Knoll disgrace. Short walk across common to summit under a clump of trees. Even a benign herd of cattle to match.Topographer5702/10/2018
6 mile walk from Berwick St John, out via Ferne, back via Winkelbury KeithByTheC08/09/2018
From B3081 take a minor road northwards towards Ludwell. Take first turning on right along rough stone By-Way to NT car park. Information board at gate that leads to path and 300m flat walk to the trig point, orientation pillar and the copse beyond. In good weather, this must be a contender for the easiest Marilyn with the most expansive views. On my day, low cloud and steady rain limited visibility. With Sue and Meg.Dartmoorman11/08/2018
Parked in Win Green car park. Beautiful sunny day, could see for miles.Hippy7727/05/2018
From the NT car park.dal07/04/2018
With K. Little stroll from car park where older couple in their car ate sandwiches and listened to Jeremy VineAshley14/11/2017
7/8M parked up rough track in cp quick stroll to the top.robertphillips06/11/2017
Loop from Tisbury station (day trip from London): High Wood, Donhead Hill, West End Hill, Win Green, White Sheet Hill, Ansty Hill, Castle DitchesMark Jackson21/10/2017
Nasty, tedious drive from Cleeve Hill to Win Green. Drove up the byway, parked, walked to top, walked back, drove off to Long Knoll. Views are good though.Gill14/10/2017
4 and half hr circular walk with L and the dogs Buddy and Tonka. Linking Breeze Hill - White Sheet Hill -Win Green.(My 2nd ascent 16 yrs since my 1st visit).Then into Shaftsbury for a bit of shopping and back to cottage at Fontmell Magna -with time to wash both the car and the dogsChris Pearson15/04/2017
Both of usTonyandsue07/04/2017
Circuit from here to Tollard Royal and back. Sunny and breezy day, great views.twg2702/03/2017
Short walk from car park with ferocious winds blowing in thanks to Storm Doris. Incredible views of the surrounding area, could see as far as the Isle of Wight!prcclarke23/02/2017
2/5 Marilyns today. Out and back from car park. Lots of SOTA guys there.SS05/02/2017
Certainly an easy top to bag but more interesting if you catch bus route 29 from Salisbury and walk from Berwick St John via bridleways. I didn't realise that we English are fortunate enough to still have villages such as this.trimarc224/11/2016
Great views from here good walks all aroundphilhythe19/11/2016
TD, C &H.This Dog23/10/2016
One of those hill walks that forces you to just have to find a really nice pub to stay at for the night with a lovely meal -nickywood108/09/2016
With Val. Good weather. Short walk from car park. TP first then into trees to highest point.mike.hoult16/03/2016
Parked at ST 922 025 well marked footpath to the summit trig point and viewfinder the highest point is 47m N in the centre of the small copseTony Hartry II14/03/2016
From NT car park - final section 41 MarilynBramley15/10/2015
Good find, excellent views.bellminsterboy23/08/2015
3/7 Third of seven on long day Bullbarrow Hill/Hambledon Hill/Win Green/Swyre Head/Nine Barrow Down/Ridgeway Hill/Creech Barrow HillFergalh22/08/2015
From car park. Had it to myself early morning.squeegs07/08/2015
From the car park with Bevsimon and co09/07/2015
An easy walk from the car park.Play2End13/06/2015
We decided to maximise the walk so parked at Tollard Royal by the pond and headed up the bye way of Ashcombe Down, we followed the track for about 3km all the way to the summit. We then returned along the footpath through the farm fields and down the West shoulder of the hill back to the village. A terrific horseshoe route with loads of bird life and then a couple of pints in the King John pub.Peterb04/04/2015
Walked up to circle of trees on summit from car park shown on OS Map. Operated ham radio for SOTA from summit.G4OBK (Phil)12/02/2015
Parked at NT car park to SW (ST92358 20482) Short stroll to summit in middle of beech trees. (S)gerrybowes04/02/2015
Lovely stroll to the summit. Bright sunny day I could see Bornemouth and the Isle of Wight through the binoculars. My kids loved climbing the beech trees in the summit copse.isabelle12/07/2014
Started at the perfect English village of Tollard Royal and walked up Ashcombe Bottom. This takes you through a well managed estate and then on to the NT downland nature reserve which has a fine show of wild flowers. Returned by the farm track down the spur which heads SE from the car park with great views of the needles on the Isle of Wight. This is all quintessential England. The Church at Tollard Royal has monuments of Wing Commanders, Napoleonic sergent Majors and a crusader Knight. What a violent lot we are.mindlessflogger31/05/2014
Short walk from the car park to the copse.bolton21/03/2014
Parked in layby at the top of Zig Zag hill and followed byways to the top.rhalstead05/10/2013
from c/p. cloud threatening to break but didnt, no views.. trig and village view plinth stand guard over high point in trees. unsatisfying today but at least i got back to car in one piece, see my next hill- nine barrows..stig_nest26/09/2013
From Tollard Royal. Ascended via the track over Berwick Down, returning through Ashcombe Bottom.davidpettit8419/05/2013
Cycled up from Gillingham sta.Eddie19/07/2012
W Jenx on way to Dorset. Parked at end of described lane, ruts are worse than ramps now. Easy stroll in thick mist/no views to copse and then trig. Will need to return one day!nordicstar10/05/2012
en passantsummitsup24/04/2012
Parked at the NT car park, a few mins walk to the trig. One of the less inspiring walks.hmt100023/10/2011
Track to car park is badly potholed - not sure why they need speed bumps on it! Easy peasy hill, good views, but not sure why so many other people were up here on such a cold, wet, blowy day.wheresthepath18/09/2011
Walk with MikeNutmar01/06/2011
With Kate from car park 300m to E. hazy but dry with biting E wind.dbb03/03/2011
One of the easiest Marilyns around! Highest point is in the copse about 50m beyond the trig.Aye Jimmy17/02/2011