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Name:Wheatham Hill
Hill number:5437
Height:249.3m / 818ft
Parent (Ma):2909  Butser Hill
RHB Section:42: South-East England & the Isle of Wight
County/UA:Hampshire (CoU)
Catchment:Arun, Catchment Boundaries
Watershed:The Solent
Class:Hump, Tump (200-299m), Clem
Grid ref:SU 73196 27669
Summit feature:not recorded
Col:122m  SU700219  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 186 197
(1:25k) OL33 133
Observations:flat summit area
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 73 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Arthur's first hump and trig point! Also with Rachel.Madjonny05/10/2019
Arthur's first trig and hill bag with Jonathan.Rachelraindrops05/10/2019
Big 43km walk from Liss Forest.atreides788712/05/2019
Approached via the public footpath from Old Litten Lane whilst on a circular walk from Steep to Hawkley and back to SteepThomasJoseph24/02/2019
Norton Farm - Wick Hill - Rhode Hill - Northfield Hill - Selborne Hill - Noar Hill - Goleigh Hill - Wheatham Hill - Petersfield.Mark Jackson11/06/2018
With Bryehr and Jenx, parked on roadside at Warren Corner and walked past trig to the summitnordicstar13/05/2018
With K. Parked easily to NW.Ashley10/03/2018
From Petersfield station via The Harrow Inn (don't miss this place if you like pubs), then up Shoulder of Mutton hill. Summit could be anywhere in the field - did a lap of the water tower too. Beautiful winter's day.Richard24/02/2018
Easy summit, trig point is on a steady path. Hot day though!derlan14/06/2017
Bagged after trig from Warren Corner. Had a good walk around plus a look in the woods.Dugswell206/09/2016
By mountain bike South East to North West - easytrimarc210/06/2016
From Warren CornerRobertP14/12/2015
My brother printed out lists of Humps when he was recovering from a broken ankle. They gave the impetus to revisit old favourite walking areas. I'd walked past the road end but never visited the top 3 times but today sneaked onto it from the water tower. No one about so walked to road through Hill Farm. Then I did a Hangers walk with a pub stop at Hawkley Inn. Parking is easy on Old Litten Lane and I recommend the Hangers as a pleasant, unique area for walks. Did with Gibbet Hill(qv) in 2016 with my brother, for whom Hump bagging is part of the recovery plan.pwheeler22/11/2015
3/7 Third climb of wet and windy day. All small due to inclement weather (Fort Southwick/Butser Hill/Wheatam Hill/Gibbet Hill/Telegraph Hill/Black Down/Linch Down/)Fergalh14/11/2015
From Warren Corner, fairly insignificant.rhalstead18/10/2015
Short muddy and windy up and back after nice lunch at Trooper Inn.squeegs15/01/2015
From Warren Corner. Easy.ijpowell08/09/2014
Approached via 246m trig and RoW, followed track to Hill Farm and agree the 249m spot height is the summit.Chris Peart29/06/2014
Parked at Warren Corner and walked into field on ROW past trig point to given grid ref.clivevilla08/10/2013
From start of ROW in Warren Corner. Looked like potatoes growing in the summit field.chrisbien23/04/2013
walk to the column at 246m and on bridal path and the sides of a field by farm building to the GPS top. 13.30.arranc27/02/2013
Short stroll from the south to break the journey on the way home from bat course.Herbert Anchovy06/09/2012
Along from Warren Corner Pillar - loverly quiet farmland viewsgriefmiester03/07/2012
Part of a 45mile cycle ride from fleet. As others have said it is difficult to pin point a peak. Make sure to go to the trig point in the woods as this offers the best views.
Looked to me that the corner of the woods with the water tower in them is highest. Pays your money takes you choice.simon and co30/01/2012
The top is at 249 point on the map - the water tower base is definitely lower and so are the two trig points. If your cheeky it is quick walk up the farm trackMartin R22/08/2011
Parked on small road leading to Ashford Chace SU740264. Up Shoulder of Mutton Hill via footpath, along Old Litten Lane to summit and back down via footpath by Ashford Farm. Weather was clear, dry, mild, light breeze.Wesrob17/04/2011
Walk with Nicky, Emily & Joefnem17/04/2011
Main part of the hill is 1ml to ESE, around the 248m height at 740271, within Ashford Hangers National Nature ReserveBrianMatthews01/12/2010
A loop through the Hangers between Liss & Petersfield stations. The slight rise in the southern fence of the water tower enclosure (concealed in woodland) seemed as good as anything around Hill Farm.Smudge09/10/2010
An easy stroll up the hill from the entrance to the Nature reserve as there was little parking to be able to do a decent loop walk.scooterjo3303/09/2010
I walked from the nother, taking in the trig Point first and then headed along the path to this top. Hard to tell the highest point whether it is on the path or a little to the east of it.Father Ted02/09/2010
20+ mile walk from Woolbeedding Common and back with Lesley and Betty (Jack Russell) taking in a few tops / trigsChris Pearson11/04/2010
Arable field no crops at present. Top very gently rounded. (Saw no sign of a water tower)destaylor09/02/2009
visited while walking to trig pointRhayader_wander02/06/2006
carole engel04/03/2017
Colin Crawford29/06/2014
Mark Sims10/10/2013