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Name:Warren Hill
Hill number:18357
Height:36m / 118ft
Parent (Ma):2896  Lewesdon Hill
RHB Section:41: South Central England
County/UA:Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole (UA)
Catchment:Avon & Stour, Catchment Boundaries
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:SZ 17040 90693
Summit feature:no feature
Col:2m  SZ164908  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 195
(1:25k) OL22W
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 59 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Short walk from large car. Trig then HP.fosal2905/10/2019
Walk from Boscombe beachpenbet09/06/2019
From large car park to west.rhalstead31/03/2019
What a wonderful place - especially at 7am on a bright sunny sunday morning with just the early joggers and dog walkers out. Joined them for a 50 minute walk / jog over the top and along until possible to scramble down the crumbly cliff and out to the the end of a breakwater to stare at the sea (hard to believe the sea was not there 12000 years ago - dry land all the way to France , before the ice sheets further north melted). Back along the beach. Fascinating geology here with 6 distinct layers (mostly soft sanstone, gravels and clay) in the cliffs including the protruding ironstone boulders(doggers) which we’re mined in the 1800s and taken by boat to South Wales. Impressive rain water erosion rills present. 1 million visitors per year come here (according to visitor centre) - who judging by my brief visit probably bring 1 million dogs with them?Chris Pearson24/03/2019
Easy climb from Mudeford sands. Equally easy descent towards Hiker café where a peri-peri chicken wrap went down a treat. KeithByTheC15/09/2018
TD, C & HThis Dog18/07/2018
Short stroll from the car park. Done on an afternoon of trig pointing after a mountain bike race in the New Forest.DanMaisieBex27/05/2018
Dogs everywhere. Similar to Crufts on tour. One stupid owner had let the dog off the lead and it broke into the field to harass cattle. Gives other owners a bad name. Great viewpoint.Barbara Singer03/02/2018
Not your ordinary Tump. Parking, visitor centre, nature reserve, tarmaced path, train rides round the bay and a great vantage point. Who let the dogs out?Campbell Singer03/02/2018
Accidental bag whilst staying with the sister-in-law for a few days near Salisbury.David Evans10/09/2017
Saw no Natterjacks I'm sorry to say. Large party of young people on top, all plugged into music & studying their I-phones instead of the view. Youth of today, eh.ngthack15/08/2017
Revisit with M and X. It turned out they had been here before with Mrs Anchovy and Peter. Ferry from Mudeford. Found some natterjack toadlets by a pond at the foot of the hill.Herbert Anchovy05/08/2017
Revisit with M and HA. from Mudeford on the ferry having cycled from Friar's Cliff. Also came here with Chimp and Peter but not sure when.Xan05/08/2017
Revisit with X and HA. From Mudeford on the ferry having cycled from Friar's Cliff. Also came here with Chimp and Peter but not sure when.M405/08/2017
Christchurch circular.Smudge24/12/2016
£1.50 for the car park then a super little walk to bag the trig and TUMP summit. I arrive at the summit just as the guns fired during the Christchurch Heritage Festival 2016 - Watch the Wall - Smugglers re-enactment.Dugswell229/10/2016
With Mrs Anthovy without the children. Nice vantage point of various familiar landmarks around Christchurch harbour. Went on to the beach huts and back along the beach.Herbert Anchovy24/01/2016
Short walk from car park. Fabulous panoramic viewsRamblingpaul28/10/2015
Nice top from car park - timed nicely for 9AM cafe openingBramley15/10/2015
Visited at sunset when car parks empty. Good view across to Needles in one direction and Old Harry Rocks in the other. Two County tops to be visited before drive home.PeterD12/08/2015
From car park to W. Pleasant stroll to trig and hill top before Brownsea Island trip. HP a little to S of the toposcope.jonglew10/07/2015
A lovely warm and windy walk from the car park. With Kathy & Cow.Play2End11/06/2015
Nice hill. Lots of dog walkersarranc17/03/2015
Crossed field from CarPark to S end of Double Dykes: tarred road to nice top.GordonAdshead26/02/2015
14.15 with Maria Owens.vegibagger18/01/2015
Easy parking to West at cafe. 20 minute delay on food - got back before it was served. Good spot and good cafe. From Swanage/Corfe its desperate driving through Bournemouth and/or Pooledestaylor02/01/2015
Ferry from Mudeford across the river. Then over the headland and back on the land trainekm12/04/2014
Bus to Southbourne and a great walk around Hengesbury Head. Ferry back to Mudeford and thence to the bus stop in ChristchurchChinnockC28/12/2013
nice views whilst on Bournemouth Coast PathAdrian05/10/2013
With my wife and daughter, lovely walking around here, highly recommended little bump. Make sure you come out of season though. On a weekday. At 7am. Because it's a right honeypot.wheresthepath02/01/2013
Visit from anchorage in the shallow Christchurch harbourRichardM18/11/2012
Did a walk around Hengistbury head, bagged the trig and virtual cache too. Lovely place for a walk, but lots of tourists.Chingwakabungya12/08/2010
With Jenx, marathon training, ran from Sandbanks ferry to Hengistbury head and back, with stop to admire the view from the hill.nordicstar01/06/2008
With Richard Barraclough when staying at his house in Bournemouth.citygent23/06/1966
Ben Rinnes21/07/2019
Tony J29/09/2018
carole engel19/02/2018
andrew brown03/06/2015