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Name:Hoar Hill
Hill number:18525
Height:141m / 463ft
Parent (Ma):2906  Walbury Hill
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:West Berkshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SU434709 (est)
Col:104m  SU435714  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 174
(1:25k) 158
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 20 users)ByDate of Ascent
as for Campbell Singerarranc25/08/2018
Parked next to Boxford Church. Along fp and then headed up field edge onto track and into well maintained woodland.Campbell Singer29/03/2018
From the bridleway to the W - good views back over Newbury & to Cottington Hill ( with its TV mast ), Beacon Hill & Sidown Hill.DanMaisieBex21/01/2017
Parked near church in Boxford then used RoW above river to access field then summit wood with a few pheasants.Dugswell203/11/2016
Boxford to Hermitage.Smudge28/10/2016
Since 1976 the River Lambourn flowing past the hill has been used to transport water extracted upstream from boreholes in the chalk downs to London for extraction, although not in the quantities hoped for.Chris Pearson25/05/2016
Parked in what appeared to be an infrequently used gateway to the N and followed field edges until heading directly through the trees, brambles, nettles etc.Herbert Anchovy16/05/2016
From Boxford as others, initially along FP then field and wood edges.PeterD30/04/2016
As ngt: Inner field overgrown, but found track along NE edge.GordonAdshead04/09/2015
From Boxford church. Riverside path to field. Up NW ridge along field margin, then wood edge to NE of top & up tractor track into wood to summit. Big black pheasant feeder near summit. Pheasants all over the place. No pluckers though. Archaeological dig taking place in field to east. Roman site apparently.ngthack29/08/2015
Approached from S on RoW, cut NE across stubble field then into wooded top and along ridge following pheasant farmer's tracks down into Boxford.jonglew10/10/2014
(1) Woodland, SE top; (2) NW top SU 43227 71164 lower. (1) From N, long clockwise circuit via field edges; (2) from NW, Boxford, RoW then path up NW ridge is easier - our return routeRHW08/04/2012
walk along path then cut up, top in woodland.Adrian03/03/2011
andrew brown21/09/2016
Swindon Bagger24/01/2016