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Name:Hindleap Hill
Hill number:18412
Height:203m / 666ft
Parent (Ma):2913  Crowborough
RHB Section:42: South-East England & the Isle of Wight
County/UA:East Sussex (CoU)
Catchment:Ouse (Newhaven), Catchment Boundaries, Medway
Watershed:Dover to Cape Wrath, Land's End to Dover
Class:Tump (200-299m), Clem
(Tu,2,Cm)
Grid ref:TQ414321 (est)
Drop:66m
Col:137m  TQ444283  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 187 198
(1:25k) 135

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 21 users)ByDate of Ascent
Short walk from nearby car park.rhalstead06/05/2019
Short wander in the drizzle from the car park.squeegs03/03/2019
Very short walk from driveway to outdoor centre on our way over to Peaslake for Surrey hillsnickywood119/11/2018
Easy hill. Bus from East Grinstead after Park Run. From Roebuck Hotel there is a good track just north of minor road going west, and this leads quickly to top which is just after service road to outdoor centre. With PJB. We then used good paths to explore this part of forest before bus back.trimarc208/09/2018
With DTL after Park Run. Good views south once the open area is reached to the west of the top and also of the minor roadr108/09/2018
Bagged from the lane leading to the Outdoor School - a diversion whilst camping at Pippingford Park for a MTB cycle race.DanMaisieBex23/06/2018
Quick nip up from car park to SE.jonglew18/04/2018
Easy walk up from car park a flat top with ground falling away a lot of brackenphilhythe07/08/2016
Good car park to east then easy stroll. Summit could be anywhere.destaylor20/01/2016
With dog, short walk around heathland paths on a cool Autumn morning. Easy navigation.JOHNS02/09/2015
Good paths through heathlandGordonAdshead14/06/2015
A second visit to this easy obvious top in a rough clearing in the bracken / scattered trees alongside the drive to Hindleap Warren Outdoor Education Centre run by London Youth who provide a fantastic gold standard service to 9000 youngsters a year often providing their first taste of the outdoors and improving confidence and life skills. Ambitiously they are aiming to educate a total of 100,000 youngsters over the next 10 years. The Hindleap name is sadly evident in the nearby road signs which warn that there were 233 deer collision last year.Chris Pearson01/03/2015
Forest Row to East Grinstead.Smudge02/01/2015
Covered in snowAdrian11/02/2012
RHW16/03/2003
ijpowell26/10/2017
andrew brown03/08/2015
Lindsay M21/01/2015
Janet M21/01/2015
stevent080915/11/2014
BrianMatthews05/08/2009