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Name:Chattis Hill
Hill number:19249
Height:126m / 413ft
Parent (Ma):2906  Walbury Hill
RHB Section:42: South-East England & the Isle of Wight
County/UA:Hampshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SU322364 (est)
Col:95m  SU323368  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 185
(1:25k) 131S
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 9 users)ByDate of Ascent
From the west. The Restricted Access and Permission Needed sign gives no phone number. As a consequence, a smart young man was waiting at my car on return. He made the No Access point firmly but with good manners and I tried to explain that it was a quick up and down and I was unlikely to return. He mentioned horse gallops but there was no sign of horses. Anyhow, I showed him some respect and was treated by him respectfully.Campbell Singer25/05/2019
From gateway to west.Herbert Anchovy23/04/2018
From west. Heap of partially vegetated chalk over tops natural hp by 1m; however the summit seems to have been modified to an extent. Covered resr is built on lower ground.RHW17/12/2016
From the W along reservoir access track. Chalk mound looks very artificial. HP in woodland E of covered reservoir.jonglew08/12/2016
Prior to my final Hampshire TuMP day a hunt on geograph for any additional possibilities came up with a teasing 196m col spot height and surprising 127m summit spot height for Chattis Hill on 1:10000 but only 125m on 1:50000 ? Post my visit report of manmade summit mounds there was a lot of sterling work by others on the TuMP forum and database team using old maps and Lidar trying to decide on the height of the summit. It was actually discounted on the changes list before a surprisingly lower col spot height just above 195m swung the day for being accepted as p31mChris Pearson05/12/2016
andrew brown28/10/2018