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Name:Burnham Green
Hill number:19207
Height:126m / 413ft
Parent (Ma):2874  Wendover Woods [Haddington Hill]
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Hertfordshire (CoU)
Catchment:Thames
Class:Tump (100-199m)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:TL262165 (est)
Drop:32m
Col:94m  TL251191  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 166
(1:25k) 182
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 28 users)ByDate of Ascent
In the words of John Lennon, 'Here come old flat top'.Pete R06/07/2019
Parked mear road junction (which visibly appears to be the highest point) and made an epic seconds-long descent to the trig point, braving inch-high vegetation (mown grass) and treacherous bogs (slightly slippery mud). Dodged the ravenous beasts (weekend country pub lunchers) that are said to roam these parts. The sort of summit that begets legendary mountaineering tales...wheresthepath08/12/2018
Trig column in middle of a huge village green.arranc29/06/2018
TD, C & HThis Dog13/06/2018
A green and a half. Wandered all round a vast flat area. Some stunning properties going back towards A1.Campbell Singer22/02/2018
Walked up the lane from the station. Actually a really nice walk past some remarkably big, varied and well-kept houses.Mark Jackson21/07/2017
Walked around various options on green.rhalstead23/04/2017
visited pillar then walk over to telephone box via road junction which seems higher. The road at this point was the finish point for a King of the mountains leg on a local cycle racecjo09/04/2017
Drive to green then had a walk about to bag the trig and various high points.Dugswell206/03/2017
Watton at Stone to Hertford North. Private side road (Burnham Close) rises a couple of feet from its junction with the main road.Smudge24/02/2017
Trig & high point. 1100th English top.Bramley01/12/2016
In dark, first to trig point and then to road junction.PeterD16/11/2016
HP at road junction, S end of village green, approx 50m from trig pillar.jonglew04/08/2016
Herts recompleted on rainy evening on way back from Slovakia. All rather level with 3 HP contenders waypointed: grassy mound by Burnham Green sign (TL 26251 16536); HP of Burnham Cl c/way (TL 26361 16556); S verge opposite Burnham Cl (TL 26364 16532, 1ft above road)RHW01/08/2016
No mud & gravel a month later.ngthack24/07/2016
Parked in a close near tewin village green. Walked up road, then path at back of plume of feathers pub, across a horse paddock, then path nw across field and into an area of very posh housing, then west to road, turning right to follow road to village green trig, then investigated several possible high points. Top seemed to be grass verge by road signs at road junction, 75 m south east of trig. Returned down road to car for lunch, discovered a 126m spot height on 1:50,000 map on road east of top. So drove back up to investigate, spot height seemed lower, hence probably why not on the 1:25,000, although grass in nearby houses seemed level. But still think road junction is the top.pdantic04/07/2016
Train from Kings Cross, 20 min walk from Welwyn North station. Trig point in green but agree higher point is 50 m to south east.trimarc203/07/2016
As CP: Adrian's mud and gravel still there.GordonAdshead26/06/2016
Green very waterlogged on my visit after heavy rainfall. Many roads covered in gravel and mud.Adrian23/06/2016
'Found' this new tump. Drive up. Summit at road junction is @50m SE of trig pillar on village green and 1m higher.Chris Pearson01/06/2016
Visited the White Horse many a time in days working at Ware. The trig visited too, didn't realise a Tump too so nice arm chair bag.nordicstar10/05/2012
cycle/ drive by on pub visits in areapwheelerblank
DC11main10/02/2019
GaryJones21/11/2017
SteveG17/11/2016
stevent080929/10/2016
andrew brown14/09/2016
Swindon Bagger29/08/2016