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Name:Hascombe Hill
Hill number:7814
Height:197m / 646ft
Parent (Ma):2908  Black Down
RHB Section:42: South-East England & the Isle of Wight
County/UA:Surrey (CoU)
Catchment:Arun, Catchment Boundaries, Thames
Watershed:Dover to Cape Wrath, Land's End to Dover, Greater Thames Estuary
Class:Hump, Tump (100-199m), Clem
(Hu,Tu,1,Cm)
Grid ref:TQ 00446 38602
Summit feature:no feature: clearing in wood
Drop:110m
Col:87.4m  SU 9504 3836  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 186
(1:25k) OL34 134
Comments:alternative summit 750m ENE at TQ 01115 38920
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 38 users)ByDate of Ascent
CP to NW opp. White Horse Inn by B2130. FP leaves Greensand Way behind a garage and has turned to sludge. Ascend over tree roots just left of garage for firm ground.mae20/01/2020
Tump bagging walking from Witley to Guildfordlerritt24/11/2019
Plan was to mountain bike to top but major forestry works have turned route into a quagmire therefore made a direct ascent following deer trackstrimarc207/01/2019
After Hydon’s Ball and Breakneck Hill. Then on to Yewtree Nob using Greensand way. Fort is summit beside two tall Scots Pinesnickywood121/11/2018
Witley - Hydon's Ball - Breakneck Hill - Hascombe Hill - Yewtree Nob - Chinthurst Hill - St Martha's Hill - GuildfordMark Jackson08/09/2018
Quick and direct from the small car park located to the west on the road. Look out for one of the Greensand Way benches up here. Summit on the site of old fort. Nice walk around the hill, very strange mix of every tree you can possibility think of planted here.The Mountain Raven09/09/2017
I think I stood on the highest point, which wasn't where my GPS was pointing.Alancache24/04/2017
Up and down on good tracks from White Horse Pub.rhalstead03/04/2016
From a car park not marked on my 1:25k map at TQ 00153 39090. Directly from there up hill to meet RoW then due S to HP; coarse grass, fern/bramble clumps with magnificent Scots pines scattered about. Took a direct NW line off the hill to cross the road and up onto Breakneck Hill.jonglew28/01/2016
Solo, up from car parksimon and co17/11/2015
3 - 195m ring contours mapped on hill, the SW top is an open area of roughly cut grass with scattered clumps of Blackberries and lofty Scotts Pines. Easy access a few metres up sandy bank off foot path. Grey and wet evening. Didn't investigate the other 2 'tops' which are in woodland.RichardM11/08/2015
Walk up from White Horse pub. 9.30.arranc17/11/2014
Godalming to Smithbrook Kilns.Smudge31/10/2014
Surrey TopsEVERTON20/09/2014
Nice little circuit from White Horse at Hascombe with Jolanda.squeegs09/06/2013
Third Surrey hill of the day. Good village car park opposite the White Horse pub in village to north. Good paths all way to summit hill fort. Good views on way up, but not at summit due to tree cover. Fairly flat at top, but easy to work out where summit is in clearing. Didn't meet anyone despite being a warm and sunny Sunday afternoon.Hillsidenick05/05/2013
P opposite pub in Hascombe. Visited top plus wlked along the top.chrisbien23/04/2013
Easy parking at pub to N. Good track/path all the way - bit boggy near beginning. Stroll.destaylor29/11/2012
An easy path up.JohnStoneham15/04/2012
Part of a 6 mile walk from Hydons Ball - great walk amazing views.griefmiester12/09/2009
brief trip out into this nice woodland exploring / bagging Clems and trigs having just arrived 'down south' to teach at Charterhouse for a termChris Pearson15/01/2005
RHW15/03/2003
Included in circuit with Hydon's Ball, lunch at The White HorseHumpty Tumpty01/06/2000
date unknownAdrian01/01/2000
On Surrey Summits 100k walk in the dark.PeterD05/04/1992
Nice walk from Hascombe, wooded scarp, sweet chestnut coppice- more light and views through trees in mid winter.pwheelerblank
AndyS17/02/2020
jimbloomer26/01/2020
Sprog24/12/2019
BigNick09/09/2019
Alan Whatley24/03/2019
SteveG12/02/2018
kaizerlard20/10/2016
TeasyChris17/08/2015
RocksRock23/07/2015
Jacqdaw05/05/2013
Martin R29/10/2012
stevent080907/07/2012