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Name:Chrishall Common
Hill number:5460
Height:147m / 482ft
Parent (Ma):2874  Wendover Woods [Haddington Hill]
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Essex (CoU)
County (CoH):Essex (CoH)
County (CoA):Essex (CoA)
Catchment:Catchment Boundaries, Thames, Wash
Watershed:The Wash, Ardnamurchan Point to Lowestoft, Lowestoft to Duncansby Head, Greater Thames Estuary
Class:Historic County Top, Current County/UA Top, Administrative County Top
(CoH,CoU,CoA)
Grid ref:TL 44304 36202
Summit feature:no feature: 10m from field corner where path emerges from woods
Drop:15m
Col:132m  TL391362  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 154
(1:25k) 194
Observations:this position corresponds to spot height on map
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill
Notes:
  • Essex (1974) administrative county top
  • Essex historic county top
  • Essex current county/UA top

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 169 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
5/5 Parked by gate of forest and walked through several field, final one of day with Pete and Joe.penbet24/05/2019
Parked near Langley church and up the track through the fields to the path sign at the summitChinnockC06/05/2019
Sunny walk after parking in Langley Upper Green. I probably walked here in 1988-89 with Sara who lived nearby or Rachel.Dugswell225/02/2019
Nice walk on public footpaths from Langley Upper Green. Village hall car park.Dangerous Dave13/10/2018
Walked from church, there is a nice path cut through the corn along the footpathDC11main17/06/2018
Parked on a layby at the corner of the road then passed a trig now a garden ornament, then through the wood to corner of a field that's the summit.. return via the edges of fields very muddyjmistry8628/01/2018
Circular route from bull pub very boggy routeTeam newson14/01/2018
Cold walk from Upper Green, Langley along Public Footpaths. Snow on the ground.Janet Hill30/11/2017
From church around ploughed field then path along field edges and back.KC15/10/2017
With Chris and BeccaKate_and_Euan12/08/2017
From cricket pitch, bit of confusion with sign (toured chicken filled field first by mistake). Followed field edges (Nb. Route from Church was clear wide path thru' rape field).alwaysinshorts29/06/2017
Part of bike ridegarth8711/06/2017
Pleasant walk from the church. not 100% clear where the exact high point is but the corner of the field (north side of little wooded area) looks about right .keithelliott22/04/2017
Walked from Church, but field recently ploughed so no Trodden path across it. Walked round edge to join path from East and then through trees to HP. Retuned along path to village green which would have been much easier.PeterD16/11/2016
5.3 mile (with Cambridgeshire)with Katy .. Long Top Bagging DayGeorge Thompson01/11/2016
Parked at Langley Church and then walked north across the recently ploughed field with Helen & Molly to follow Harcamlow Way to the HP in the corner of another field after a small copse of trees. Saw 3 Fallow Deer.JohRvs29/10/2016
From Langley churchsqueegs26/06/2016
petey17/05/2016
6/6 last climb of last day of 3 day climbing weekend (Pule Hill/Rombalds Moor/Stock Hill/Bishop Wilton Wold/Great Chishell/Chishell Common)Fergalh02/05/2016
Parked at small cp outside church then walked through churchyard to footpath at rear. Footpath across first field indistinct and muddy, then on good field margins to wood entrance and high spot. Pleasant stroll and scenery.mart079724/02/2016
Circular to Essex/Cambs high points with vinny, max and Katie. No top to speak of but ticked.Mash201623/01/2016
Bike from Audley End Station and then walk from Langley Church. Very enjoyable. Several fallow deer plus red kites and buzzardtrimarc221/01/2016
With cambridgeshire same walknickywood111/12/2015
By now the sun was shining and sky fully blue. A lovely walk around the edge of the wood and then around the newly ploughed and planted field. Lots of deer and SMILE you are on candid camera - signs warn that the area is under covert surveillance. Walked back through the woods - lots of evidence of hunting preparations but no pheasants at all - so I guess it is just deer here.M3WDD22/11/2015
TD, C & HThis Dog26/10/2015
Parked opposite the top for cambridgeshire as I did the Essex and the cambridgeshire county tops together using a 5 mile walk from Jonny Muir's book the UK's county tops, not a bad walk really and deer was seen on my return.WAYNE ROWLETT19/07/2015
Parked by the church in Great Chishill and after bagging Cambridge high walked through the fields to Essex high. Pleasant, well marked paths.Dragonhert27/06/2015
best part was the narrow channel in the rape.maltose23/06/2015
Climbed with Karenaussie196123/05/2015
Parked on verge to the WSW and had a lovely stroll along footpaths in the winter sunshine. Eight of the fallow deer including a buck with spectacular antlers were loafing about on the highest point in the corner of the wood. Saw another 30+ deer on the walk back.Herbert Anchovy27/01/2015
Visited this highpoint while in the area for work.magirob07/01/2015
Parked at Langley church (4, 6). From behind the church followed muddy footpath across a field to the Harcamlow Way and then continued to the summit. No more than 3/4 mile.Newton Maximus18/11/2014
Nice woodsedmundjohnson31/07/2014
Parked at the village hall and walked by houses adjacent to green . Followed footpath around field to summit . Pretty woodland lots of bluebells on a sunny lunchtime .Haygalzer16/04/2014
Parked in Great Chishill, welcome coffee and pudding at the Pheasant and then walked to this top at Roughway wood before returning to the Top at great Chishill.callumorr19/02/2014
Took this and cambridgeshire in one hitgrawlfang30/10/2013
Parked in Chrishall village. Followed footpaths to church then across B1039 and past Chiswick Hall to high point. Round trip of 8kmPoolieDave30/08/2013
Me Vanessa and megRoland Brooks12/05/2013
First of two today on the way back to Shropshire from Braintree. Nice walk from Langley Church, but ground did not appear to have a particular high spot.heavyhorses05/05/2013
Close to were the path enters the woods.bolton04/04/2013
Parked by the church in Langley Picked up the Harcamlow Way to the Top (10m from field corner where the path emerges from the wood). Saw at least 10 deer moving through the woods. (PM)gerrybowes04/04/2013
Ben and Marie. Walked 3hrs round Cambs and Essex tops. Chrishall Common another curve in the landscape, no great views. Ate at King William IV in Heydon, eccentric pub, decent veggy food and meat as well(we went for cheeses). Crammed with ornaments and an ancient hostess in 80's style make-up!mcf09/03/2013
Did on a 6.5 mile run, covering this and the Cambs county topmadaddo06/02/2013
I am working my way through the Historic County Tops with my 2 Dalmatians - Celsie our 6 year old girl and Sandy our 4 year old boy - we have written a full log, with pictures, of this walk (and the others) which you can read at "http://blog.schunikka.co.uk"Schunikka05/01/2013
found it!mcallmar29/12/2012
A short walk from the small village (hamlet) of Langley. No views and very unimpressive, but what can you expect from a flat county?jonglew11/11/2012
Parked in lane leading to houses and church at Langley. Lovely church tucked away and nice walk through churchyard and filed boundry paths to wood. High point just through woods although seems to be higher ground at various points around.Argentum6622/08/2012
Nigel Thorogood 'Bagged' for the 2012 Morris Lubricants County Top Challenge for the TCT.morrislube17/08/2012
Came in from Langley Green, parked by cricket pavillion. Indistinct at first, follow track past houses and then becomes more obvious. V muddy initially, but then became reasonable path/track around mature rapeseed field and mowed path. Highpoint not obvious as stated by othersnordicstar25/07/2012
9 mile circular walk across fields bagging the two county tops. Slightly better than Cambridgeshire's county top.DanTrig17/06/2012