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Name:Topler's Hill
Hill number:19333
Height:76m / 249ft
Parent (Ma):2874  Wendover Woods [Haddington Hill]
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Central Bedfordshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:TL 21414 40189
Summit feature:no feature: grass verge of road
Col:46m  TL227407  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 153
(1:25k) 208E
Comments:New Tump July 2017. Summit on road; ground at 77m spot height is lower
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 30 users)ByDate of Ascent
Walk from water tower. Missed the CBMcjo14/04/2019
Along road from water tower.Bramley12/04/2019
Parked beside water tower which is an intersected station and also has a cut mark. Then walked along the road to bag the Tump summit.Dugswell225/02/2019
For anyone collecting A1 memorabilia ? ( Britainís longest road at 410 miles from London to Edinburgh) there is a 10 foot square A1 overnight closure info metal sign lying abandoned in the summit grass verge. No doubt someone would buy it on eBay if you could cart it away without getting flattened in the process on this hideously busy link road. Best maybe to leave it for future archaeologist to get excited about as they did when finding bits of Iron Age pottery and field patterns when examining a water pipe trench dug from the tall water tower. Next stop a packed Luton Airport for flight to Malaga for half term week in the peaceful sunny Sierra Nevada mountains.Chris Pearson16/02/2019
My 1st tump of 2019 and 1st of 5 tops on a route from Langford to Luton. Train to Bedford then bus to Henlow, 188 bus to Langford then a slog along the very busy road, on the 'verge' of discovery. Checked out the Water Tower then more Verging to make sure i hadn't missed a section then over to 77m spot height and returning on bridleway then used footpath alongide stream to return to Henlow. Onwards to Meppershall...Dazingdale12/01/2019
Out on a run from Langforddc9618/08/2018
Bike from Arlesey Stationtrimarc215/06/2018
Parked by tower, walked along road to grass verge HPPeterD13/04/2018
On way home from Richie's. Brief diversion off the A1 in the dark.Herbert Anchovy06/02/2018
Stopped on road and scaled the highest verge. Ignominious county completion. Thank goodness for spellcheck.Campbell Singer22/11/2017
Walked up paths from Astwick, (as quicker farm track private, no ROW). Pleasant walk until the final bit, along a very busy country road, not even a B road! Reached summit on grass verge south side of road as per grid reference given, but felt like we had already traversed the highest point anyway, returned same way along grass verge to be sure.pdantic09/11/2017
As for ngthack.arranc14/10/2017
Around the tower and along the road. Highest seemed to be on S verge of road running SW from tower.Aye Jimmy30/09/2017
Also did lap of water tower and reservoir.KC03/09/2017
Parking for one vehicle by water tower entrance. Wandered around a bit, as others.ngthack04/08/2017
Recompleted Beds - on way from Mansfield back to ManchesterGordonAdshead30/07/2017
Road highpoint SW of water tower near road junction sign. C Beds recompleted enroute home from DevonRHW16/07/2017
I couldn't find a definitive high point but wandered about a bit so must have reached it... Seems to be somewhere near the water tower.Richard Lawrenc14/07/2017
Biggleswade to Arlesey. Not a road to walk along & assess its ups & downs - frighteningly busy - although pleasant panorama to S.Smudge30/06/2017
Walked round covered resr and wtr twr compound. 77m spot height also investigated. Couldn't identify a definitive HP but will have walked over it.jonglew13/06/2017
Approximate date. Cycle ride. Returned on 22/07/2017, parked up briefly and walked along to the highest point of the road which must be more or less the highest natural point.Owen B10/09/2016
On bikes with CPgarth8707/08/2016
Swindon Bagger17/12/2017
Fred Windsor05/10/2017
andrew brown18/07/2017