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Name:White Hill
Hill number:19203
Height:233m / 764ft
Parent (Ma):3686  Botley Hill
RHB Section:42: South-East England & the Isle of Wight
County/UA:Surrey (CoU)
Catchment:Medway, Catchment Boundaries, Thames
Watershed:Greater Thames Estuary
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:TQ329532 (est)
Col:203m  TQ333533  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 187
(1:25k) 146
Comments:Summit at TQ326537 (hill 18379) is 1m lower on old maps
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 15 users)ByDate of Ascent
Detour from North Downs Way. Went as far as possible along the lane before the house.lerritt27/07/2019
Went as far as possible along drivefosal2930/04/2019
Back again. This time with L, jogged up access drive to front of house, no one around this time to ask permission from for back garden visit. On a tough 24 km 4.5 hr training run with L carrying full OMM pack as the big event is only 3 weeks away. Out and back from Godstone ( cat sitting for w/ e) largely along NDW to Reigate Hill and back. Lovely sunny autumnal day. 'Chris Pearson07/10/2018
Went to end of private driveway. With DTL 10km loop from Caterham station over White Hill (both tops), Gravelly Hill and Winders Hill.Fionalevey27/08/2018
With Fiona. Walked to gravel section of road and then turned back. Loop of hills around Caterhamtrimarc227/08/2018
Caterham - White Hill - Tilburstow Hill - Beechwood Hill - Oxted. Two years to the day since I last came this way and visited the old GR, only discovering the new summit afterwards. Went along the road to the farm as far as I could before seeing someone approaching and doubling back.Mark Jackson31/05/2018
On drive from Gatton to Caterham with a few diversions up private drives and getting out to visit HPs- White Hill, Gravelly Hill and Pilgrim Fortpwheeler16/12/2017
Wandered up the access road, feeling conspicuous.squeegs09/04/2017
Climbed by skirting along the W edge of the house in the fields & then up through the trees to the S. Chap was mowing the lawn, so had to dart as close to the HP ( on the lawn edge ) as possible....Daughter stayed in the trees!DanMaisieBex24/09/2016
Back gardens seems highest as per JG. I waypointed lawn at top of steps SSW of and slightly higher than house, also tree on bank due s of house which I took to be remains of fort earthworks. Evening enroute to Gatwick: Surrey recompleted.RHW05/08/2016
Parked at entrance to The Mound, walked along access road and around the house. HP probably in gardens at rear but difficult to determine a precise point. Challenged by a chap in his dressing gown. Just said I was looking for the fort and wandered back down the lane.jonglew20/07/2016
With time to kill awaiting a delayed Adrian, and a joint re-completion of Surrey Tumps (until Adrian realised he had done this one years ago!)I recee'd the approach by tentatively driving along the 'private no access' drive. To my surprise there was no gate and I was suddenly at the summit mansion 'The Mound'. to be instantly challenged by an owner of one of the apartments which the house is now divided into. He bluntly told me there was no fort left to see to my first request and then that I was already at the top of White Hill to my second. He then warmed to historical chat about forts and the house (former school, nudist camp(?), cabinet minister's house) - and now apartments. Permission vaguely given to visit the front garden and highpoint - lawn near tree / hedge above downslope of lawn easily accessible through an open gap or gate from drive. Top is flat area all levelled, he said, when house built.I extended my invite to include a visit around to east side of gardens.Chris Pearson26/06/2016
andrew brown30/10/2018