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Name:Shenley Hill
Hill number:17406
Height:134m / 440ft
Parent (Ma):2874  Wendover Woods [Haddington Hill]
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Hertfordshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:TL192007 (est)
Col:102m  TQ206970  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 166
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 35 users)ByDate of Ascent
Bike ride: Oakwood - Arkley - Deacons Hill - Bushey Heath - Shenley Hill - Oakwood.Mark Jackson27/06/2020
Short diversion off Hertfordshire Way.PGCE14/04/2020
Final tump of the day and my HERTS completion tump, after Highwood Hill, the long walk up, visiting Mimms lane junction then backtracking to walk through park where i got a consistently 1m higher reading at end of park but If I had to opt for a top then it would be the pavement West of the rectangular green, sporting a few trees. Very level area! Continued to Porters Park drive to catch the 602 bus to St. Albans.Dazingdale19/01/2020
Visited suggested HPs, settled for grassy triangle with stone trough near road junctions.Aye Jimmy08/09/2019
Covered various possibilitiesBramley29/08/2019
Cycle ride from Watford, cloudless skies and hot sunshine. A wander around the essentially level village park, recreation area and along Harris Lane before concluding the likely high point is at the end of Cage Pond Road, next to Cherry tree.RichardM29/06/2019
bagged while cycling from shenley to south oxhey along with bathcworth heath and potter street hillThe-Z-Man12/06/2019
as for jonglewarranc28/06/2018
TD, C & HThis Dog13/06/2018
Stopped twice within a few mts of Harris Lane. Damsels in distress with flat battery. Not the battery but duff starter motor. Then after leaving the summit I was accosted by people looking for a funeral in Shenley. As I had a detailed map I managed to direct them to the church. I can't be as useless as I thought.Campbell Singer22/02/2018
Walked around all potential high spots at junctions and in recreation area to complete county.PeterD05/06/2017
Parked in village and walked around green plus junction.rhalstead23/04/2017
95km bike ride with Tribe: London to Great Missenden. With GFE.Fionalevey01/04/2017
Parked up then walked about a bit and favour the green patch with the stone water trough.Dugswell206/03/2017
Not very interesting, but it was a beautiful day for a walk...bgalon24/07/2016
1hr 30m up and back circuit from Radlett station. By far the nicest bit wrt views and surroundings was the lane and ROW past Wood Farm to the SWMark Jackson02/06/2016
Summed up on the village website to be the first green belt village north of London and stands on a plateau at the top of a hill.Chris Pearson01/06/2016
Somewhere around the junc of Harris Lane and Mimms Lane. In the grassed island at the junc, by the stone water trough perhaps.jonglew13/01/2016
The top could be either side of the road, or possibly in the middle. Bike ride from Elstree Stationtrimarc231/07/2015
Parked near recreation ground, walked down Mimms lane to just beyond the 100m contour, then back up to road junction , various verges, and all high points in park, highest probably a slight mound near the hedge between the two parts of park. Lovely summer's evening to complete 3 tumps on the first day of my long summer hols.pdantic04/07/2015
Radlett Circular. NB Herts Way ROW through Wood Hall Farm to S has been altered recently (change showing on 1:25K but not on current 1:50K data it seems).Smudge16/11/2014
At dusk, not in any way remarkable... I'll go for the West verge Rob...nordicstar22/10/2014
Summit could be anywhere. Basically park land and football pitches. No access problems. Easy parking to N by the crossroads.destaylor07/02/2014
E verge highest? Flat area, SH at road jct.RHW26/02/2012
I used to run on the lanes from Well End round Ridge and Shenley when I lived in Edgware; with the very good farm road to Crossoaks Fm., there was little traffic- often more horses than cars. Typical run 10 miles in 74 min; also cycled to Pinks from Edgware so this hill visited a few timespwheeler17/08/1992
andrew brown12/09/2016
Swindon Bagger31/01/2016