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Name:Hampshire Hill
Hill number:18572
Height:108m / 354ft
Parent (Ma):2913  Crowborough
RHB Section:42: South-East England & the Isle of Wight
County/UA:West Sussex (CoU)
Catchment:Adur, Catchment Boundaries, Arun
Class:Tump (100-199m)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:TQ 19087 27134
Summit feature:path junction
Drop:35m
Col:73m  TQ202276  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 187 198
(1:25k) OL34 134
Observations:flat summit area in deep vegetation
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 11 users)ByDate of Ascent
Revisit from stay in Mannings Heath on 3 mile achillies rehab walk. After 2 months of rest finally a promising steady walk with no dismfort. Later tried complimentary Yin Yoga - my Lizard and Pigeon falling woefully short. A chilly but sunny morning whereas L has arrived in Spain to report the first rain since November and wants to know how it found her?Chris Pearson20/01/2019
From Nuthurst- up directly through fields and rather prickly path constrained by triple barbed wire topped fence, down via tracks through sunny woodland on E side of Sedgwick Park. Nice views through woodland gaps.pwheeler27/06/2018
Sunday afternoon stroll with Rosalie following bridleways/footpaths, and returning via road to Nuthurst.JOHNS10/07/2016
Parking ok in front of church. HP either on RoW or a little NW in scrubby area.jonglew16/03/2016
Parked on road next to the church to the south. Good paths.destaylor25/01/2016
Summit just east of cottage. From SERHW28/06/2015
Sunny clear evening after an afternoon of thunder and lightning and downpours. Went astray in fields following fp (finger post wrongly alligned) up from Nuthurst. All around nothing but green May woods and countryside with a distant view of the South Downs from the top by two lovely houses. Tested out a popular theory by wearing my bright red jacket through a field with a bull -no response.Chris Pearson12/05/2015
Southwater to Horsham.Smudge21/06/2013
Snow coverAdrian11/02/2012
arjh24/02/2018
stevent080928/11/2015