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Name:Frieth Hill
Hill number:17355
Height:179m / 587ft
Parent (Ma):2874  Wendover Woods [Haddington Hill]
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Buckinghamshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SU 79200 90628
Summit feature:no feature: ground 5m W of telegraph pole
Col:143m  SU801903  
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 39 users)ByDate of Ascent
Drive up and step out. Last of 7 on way to Barnet for FA Trophy replay. Let's hope it's not postponed 2 minutes before kick off this week.Bramley28/01/2020
Quick evening visit from Aston Rowant office to the Avery’s. Roadside outside houses.Herbert Anchovy22/01/2020
Near telegraph pole outside Greenwood, I reckon. Rewarded by view of low flying kite in field opposite.maclrc08/01/2020
On a 4.6 mile walk: Lane End- Widdenton Park Hill- Moor End- Frieth Hill- Mousell's Wood- Fining Wood- Lane End. The HP is almost a drive over (the verge being higher). This section of the walk is by far the best, with Fining Wood being a good beech wood. Part sunny, autumn colours.pwheeler18/11/2019
2nd and final tump on my 50th birthday after a day exploring Cliveden gardens with my family and Lesley. Parked on verge between 2 houses then walked up onto bank, recording 180m near telegraph pole, slightly lower elsewhere. Easy bag before the long drive back to Nottingham.Dazingdale17/08/2019
Very straightforward, except that I did have to walk to the highest point as an ambulance was blocking the narrow road lower down.JohnW30/03/2019
Along Spurgrove Lane, took reading on banking/verge outside Greenwood. Outside Mijenin looked similar height.Aye Jimmy09/09/2018
on verge of road.arranc27/06/2018
High Wycombe - Widdenton Park Hill - Frieth Hill - Lane End - bus back to HW.Mark Jackson19/05/2018
Midday, 4 degrees C sunny, nice.Wycombe Wanderer26/12/2017
grass verge by Woodhays House. Parked by Prince Albert pub and did circular walk in overcast weatherDenise 24/12/2017
Levellish summit with houses. Grass verge on N side of road is a good a high point as any.RichardM24/12/2017
Early morning, still dark. From the little I could see, looked rather ordinary First of a big day of 19 Bucks Tumps.Campbell Singer09/12/2017
Very pleasant circular walk with my family from limited roadside parking at church in Fingest via Little Frieth, Frieth, Hatchett Woods & Skirmett. Gorgeous weather, great views from the route up. Shame the top itself is a bit cack, but did at least see a fox in the woods nearby.wheresthepath11/06/2017
A quick 'ascent' over the fence into the paddock to the E of the footpath. Road certainly lower. Parking in the bridleway just tot he W of the HP.DanMaisieBex02/10/2016
Nondescript roadside top in AONB. Wife drove - got out and wandered up the road a bit - job done. Had to go and have lunch and a couple of pints at the Bull & Butcher in Turville to recover.milimana11/06/2016
From Village, walk along country lanes.rhalstead13/03/2016
Lane End to Booker. Pleasant climb through woodland to N.Smudge11/12/2015
Grass verge N side road. Had a look at field S of hedgerow, difficult to determine if it was higher; on balance probably not.jonglew04/12/2015
As part of a 5 top bike ride from Wycombe Stationtrimarc216/11/2015
Ascent of Grass verge from the road was a challenge, couldn't decide if it was outside Mijennin, or Greenwood.PeterD16/11/2015
Cycled over from Marlowr.ashwell06/09/2015
Last hill of my Bucks. completion.ngthack25/08/2015
As I approached this roadside top i gave way to a gang of runners (training on the route of the hilly Frieth 10k held in October) and then gave way to a gang of cyclists on the hill climb up as I left. During the Second World War Frieth was home to King Zog of Albania who lived at Parmoor House with his wife, sisters, nephews and nieces. The King also had a group of bodyguards who lived nearby and some Ministers who lived at Lane End. After the war they left to go to Egypt but one nephew stayed in Frieth.(wiki)Chris Pearson14/06/2015
Fairly flat. Just had a wander around.destaylor11/04/2014
N side of road, flat area.RHW01/12/2012
Date unknown.Adrian01/01/2000
andrew brown10/05/2016
Swindon Bagger24/06/2015