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Name:Surrey Hill
Hill number:5487
Height:130m / 427ft
Parent (Ma):2909  Butser Hill
RHB Section:42: South-East England & the Isle of Wight
County/UA:Bracknell Forest (UA), Surrey (CoU)
Class:Tump (100-199m), Current County/UA Top, Clem
Grid ref:SU 88855 64107
Summit feature:no feature: mound in wood
Col:78m  SU908510  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 175 186
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  • Bracknell Forest current county/UA top

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 98 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Last of 4 UACs for the day. Parked at end of public access to vicarage lane and followed track for approx 1km to fire break due east of summit. Walked a further 400m to reservoir, finding HP 150m along track up steep path off to the right. No obvious HP amongst braken. Rather than returning same way followed Bracknell Road (Track) south for about 700m before following power lines to the left back to vicarage road.SteveSmith05/07/2020
Parked at the end of Vicarage road and walked up the track to grid ref 89227 64221 turning left to walk uphill to HP. Great three mile woodland walk taking an hour.WAYNE ROWLETT28/06/2020
1st off 4 tumps today. Nottingham to St. Pancras, Vixtoria line to Victoria, train to Clapham jct, then train to Ash Vale then to Bagshot station. Circular walk. N.b lots of Baggers ref the Reservoir not the natural H.p.Mountain bike mecca. Top is bracken covered and quite flat so took a while to make sure Onward route: Train to Ascot, then Reading and out to Twyford then Wargrave for the Sib.Dazingdale21/08/2019
From Vicarage Road.PGCE17/08/2019
Cycle route bagging North Surrey Tumps. Nice area I hadnít been here before, lots of mountain bikers around!lerritt04/08/2019
Sunningdale stn - Shrubs Hill - Ribs Down - Surrey Hill - Bagshot stnMark Jackson30/03/2019
Parked near the church in Bagshot and walked up Vicarage Road and Vicarage Lane. The roads in the area were choked with traffic but the hill was a haven of peace. With JT.Sprog25/10/2018
Easy walk from the end of Vicarage RoadTony J03/02/2018
From Bagshot. Pleasant walk through the forest.Barbara Singer16/11/2017
Delightful walk on a sunny day. Beech leaves falling like giant snowflakes. From Vicarage Rd, Bagshot where there was plenty of roadside parking.Campbell Singer16/11/2017
On drive to Sussex again. Whole way in varying mizzle.KC11/11/2017
KJ Walk from Beech Hill to the Lookout after tipping rain the day before left us with some interesting floods to negotiate.crazy10/08/2017
From Vicarage Road- easy stroll.Bramley29/11/2016
I walked up from Bagshot station. OK at first but tried to be little too clever and got mixed up with the cycle routes that are now all over the area. My own fault. When I did arrive it was rather unimpressive. At times this activity is more like reservoir bagging.Sixtyplus24/11/2016
Parked near the church to the SE then a 2 km stroll to the summit. Stayed in the nearby Hilton Hotel during FMD Guildford 2007 but no time to bag it then.Dugswell202/11/2016
From Vicarage Road. A pleasant one hour walk on a beautiful, sunny day.clivevilla26/08/2016
At the end of Vicarage Road you can park easily. An easy walk of 2.7 miles return in just under an hour. Solo.bolton24/05/2016
Walked from Bagshot to top. Covered reservoir is higher than natural summit.Ramblingpaul25/04/2016
Started from The Look Out.gazgib06/12/2015
1/4 Did a few quick bags on my trip cross country before the rain started. Surrey Hill/Dunley Hill/Holmbury Hill/Leith HillFergalh28/11/2015
Cycled from Bisley to summit, and back down Red 15,16 & 17 trails. And found I've gained another Tump county completion too.Minto11/08/2015
Round trip from Vicarage Road with M &B. Natural HP seems to be to NE of reservoir.PeterD28/06/2015
From Bagshot, along Vicarage Rd initially. Largest covered reservoir I've seen, gate has low security, climbed over and did a circuit and up onto the top. Highest round seeme to be on NE side.jonglew03/06/2015
Up Vicarage Road NW then WSW to top: Back S,SE,ENE to car. Slightly more hill and interest than I expected.GordonAdshead22/03/2015
Second attempt. Did not climb the wire fence to get to covered reservoir.arranc15/03/2015
From visitors centre. Pleasant enough stroll through the woods.rhalstead28/02/2015
with Pete, from Old Dean- noted contrast btw boring conifers on Berks side and diverse scenery of Surrey side managed for wildlife diversity.pwheeler09/11/2014
2.9m round trip from Vicarage Road. Watch out for cyclists and don't collect the fungi.Newton Maximus04/05/2014
spent an hour wandering around - I think I found the top, there was a new wooden marker!mcallmar16/03/2014
Up from Vicarage Road. Nice walk through the Heath with almost nobody else around.simon and co27/01/2014
Circuit from the Look Out centre, taking in the Iron Age fort.squeegs01/09/2013
Parked by Bagshot church and then a simple stroll along a couple of slightly muddy rides. Hopefully the trees won't be replanted and it can be allowed to revert to heath.Herbert Anchovy13/02/2013
Parked by church in Bagshot, bottom of Vicarage lane, off road spots. Alas major tree felling operation in hand and bridleway churned up. Access possible still, and bagged top in pleasant autumn sunshine. Ran there and back (mostly but for mud!)nordicstar24/10/2012
A very good walk in woods from parking in Vicarage Road at Bagshot. Fairly easy to find, although far more paths in woods than on latest OS map. Watch out for bikes!Hillsidenick02/09/2012
Located near reservior - unintersting area - walked up from Pudding Hill Trig Point.griefmiester26/07/2012
Topped while mountain biking, didn't know I bagged it but I recognise the picture. Top area for mountain biking!!Tom01/07/2012
Lots of mountain bikers in the forest. Summit was okay to find.JohnStoneham22/04/2012
After orienteering on Ash Ranges. Date approxChris Pearson15/04/2012
Bit of a struggle to locate the top, but eventually did a lap of the reservoir. Managed to spot Wembley when walking back to the main road.Richard25/02/2012
Managed to find a space near Go Ape Bracknell. Walked over from there. Lots of cyclists and dog walkersr.ashwell14/02/2012
Walked from home (trying out our new boots!). Probably best parking would be at the Look Out or Foresters Way. Amazing view of the area. Makes you realise how little of Berkshire is actually urban.WendyWozEre26/12/2011
A fine autumn dog walk - Barney and Rosie loved it.SteveG14/11/2011
Parked at Discovery Centre having just landed from Detroit on overnight flight. Took in a few caches, then this top ten trig on way back. So many hobbies, so little time.Father Ted15/01/2011
Started from St Annes church in Bagshot and spent a good 2 hours walking. Want to spend more time there! Take a good map and compass/GPS as it is very easy to get lost!Nick23/05/2010
The only other person in the whole forest was sitting on the high point having a very long telephone conversation.Overthehilljill17/05/2010
Failed to find access from B3430 but managed to park on (non private) part of road to Rapley Farm. Was asked twice if I was lost, but allowed to go on to the 130m top where for some reason I expected to find a trig!signyred04/01/2010
Not a strenuous walk having already been to slovenia and walked a few more mountains. Nice day though and walked through the roman fort.scooterjo3305/09/2009
not a bad walk from the discovery centre,plenty of cars and buses in the car park but never saw a soul after the 1st 5 minutes walking,alot of paths and GPS not liking the tree cover so compass time,Surrey hill,upper star post and the trigpoint in a niceasbown13/07/2009
Good walk from Discovery Centre - has a cafe and lots of parking. 2 tops all very indistinct. Even through there are people around you could get lost as there are so many paths and tracks.destaylor15/12/2008