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Name:Lyndhurst Hill
Hill number:19288
Height:93m / 305ft
Parent (Ma):2906  Walbury Hill
RHB Section:42: South-East England & the Isle of Wight
County/UA:Hampshire (CoU)
Catchment:Test
Class:Tump (0-99m)
(Tu,0)
Grid ref:SU 28672 08222
Summit feature:circular earthwork
Drop:35m
Col:58m  SU279090  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 195
(1:25k) OL22E
Comments:New Tump January 2017, alternative summit James's Hill at SU282084
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 23 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked amongst several ponies attending church (on a Saturday?). Easy walk up and then across to sister hill or should it be brother (James's Hill)?Campbell Singer25/05/2019
Parked by church.Dugswell206/05/2019
Visited Lyndhurst hill and James Hill, just in case...rhalstead31/03/2019
Wandered up from Cut Walk. Summit consists of a reservoir tank and earthworks. HP on the earthworks. KeithByTheC16/09/2018
TD, C & HThis Dog19/07/2018
Lunchtime stroll. Easier to walk up road from car park then off into wood from top of roadMark Sims22/02/2018
Went to both summits, Lyndhurst hill first and then James Hill parking between the two of them.PeterD05/10/2017
James's Hill first. Up through beech trees from the SE. No sign of any ponds, which must have dried out, but lumpy ground, perhaps suggesting old mining activity. Then Lyndhurst Hill with its ring shaped structure. Nice for the New Forest to finally have a hill. Presumably its the least hilly of all the national parks.Herbert Anchovy29/04/2017
Both summits, by half-moon and torchlight. Lyndhurst Hill: as per Adrian, seems quite modern structure, not a tumulus, but approx at natural HP. James Hill: several mounds and ponds, unclear where natural HP is/was. Hants re-completed.RHW05/02/2017
Did both summits. Doubt the ring is ancient, seems to have good conglomerate masonry.Adrian28/01/2017
From forest car park to E. Pleasant walk up through open woodland. Remains of an old man-made mound at summit (tumulus?) along with large circular Southern Water (Emery Down Reservoir) tank close by.jonglew21/01/2017
Brockenhurst to Ashurst.Smudge21/01/2017
Pleased to discover the only TuMP so far lurking in the New Forest. Intriguing identical height of neighbouring James's Hill and the close potential for two TuMPs - but the drop is only 28m so it is a Twin-Top TuMP ! Even Lidar cant resolve which is higher due to tree cover.(Thanks go to Chris C and George for researching this) I climbed both hills - lovely easy open wooded ascents, with a country pub (The New Forest) by the connecting col, along with dozing donkeys lolling on the road.Chris Pearson18/01/2017
These two hills James & Lyndhurst hills are my nearest hills on this site been up them many times. Lyndhurst has a resevoir on top & locals says James was diggings for lime.philhythe05/06/2016
Date very approximate. Walk over many times while at Fawley.BobHancock01/06/2005
satkin5516/08/2019
clique08/09/2018
salen28/07/2018
Sainesy24/06/2018
Jonathan Russell20/11/2017
andrew brown13/11/2017
stevent080917/10/2017
kaizerlard20/10/2014