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Name:Whiteleaf Hill
Hill number:17287
Height:247m / 810ft
Parent (Ma):2874  Wendover Woods [Haddington Hill]
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Buckinghamshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:SP 82340 03420
Summit feature:no feature: ground 40m N of power line pole
Col:184m  SP834042  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 165
(1:25k) 181
Observations:flat summit area; trig point 130m NE at SP 82444 03493 is probably lower
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 59 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Easy bag from nature reserve car park.Bramley28/01/2020
On loop run of Bradenham, Slough, Lodge, and Whiteleaf Hills. Access to field via gate to SE of road junction near trig.maclrc12/01/2020
On Gt Missenden to Wendover horse-shoe walk - via gate to south.JOHNS17/08/2019
As part of Maverick trail race (22km)Fionalevey23/03/2019
Parked by unlocked gate just south east of the road junction and approached from there.JohnW09/03/2019
Taking the train from Princes Risborough, stopped on the way back to bag this one. Short walk to find the pillar in the middle of the field, and then explored the paths of the hill itself. All in all, a pleasant afternoon.bgalon05/03/2019
Walk from Princes Risborough to Wendover Woodsjedthehumanoid01/03/2019
Parked at gate with easy access to field.GordonAdshead15/02/2019
One for trig lovers. A drive-by - parked on verge near junction then crawled through the hedge to touch the trig pillar. A round of ticks along the Chiltern scarp with Carol and the dogs. Beacon Hill (Ellesborough); Pulpit Hill; Whiteleaf Hill; Beacon Hill (Aston Rowant). Mild, dry, patchy sun.Skip25/01/2019
1st of 6 on Stage 7 of the Ridgeway walk with Lesley,this a short detour from the trail. Checked field trig (via infamous hedge hole) and roadside verge at jct.Dazingdale27/09/2018
Used nearby Nature Reserve carpark. Along Kop Hill Road for very short way then crawled through hedge at hole, no doubt made by trig-spotters.Aye Jimmy01/09/2018
Roadside parking near T junction. Down road to gate for easy access to field.mart079714/08/2018
Roadside parking, gap in hedge, clear evening just as the sun was setting.DanMaisieBex12/02/2018
10 degrees C, thick mist, from car park.Wycombe Wanderer23/12/2017
From the Whiteleaf car park, along the road to gate and into field. Trig point is not the high point. Delightful viewpoint on a glorious December morning.Campbell Singer09/12/2017
from se gate, like mostpwheeler25/08/2017
2/3 (Lodge Hill/Pulpit Hill/Whiteleaf Hill)Fergalh22/06/2017
With Wendyijpowell01/09/2016
4hr 30 walk between Saunderton and Little Kimble stations over 6 Tumps. Via the panoramic houses in Loosley Row and the lovely track in Hillock Wood.Mark Jackson13/06/2016
No way to trig from road junction, needed gate to SE to access field. HP short way to SW of trigPeterD26/05/2016
Good size car park with picnic tables. Summit is a few yards up from there next to the road.r.ashwell28/03/2016
Beside the road.Swindon Bagger24/03/2016
Trig and slightly higher nearby summit in same field (broken gate to SE gives entry) The steep road (Kop Hill) leading up from the west is one of the oldest hill climb venues in motorsport having been established in 1910. It attracts over 11,500 spectators and drivers have included Chris Evans & Rod Stewart.Chris Pearson24/04/2015
been up and down on many rides and runsAndyS27/04/2014
Parked easily SSE of Pulpit Hill. Very pleasant 109330, 109329, 109344. No major difficulties.destaylor06/12/2013
With Des. Clement December weather inland while east coast flood defences were being tested.Smudge06/12/2013
From Princes Risborough, along the ridgeway.rhalstead19/10/2013
Visited whilst bagging the trig pillar (Windsor Hill).jonglew10/11/2012
Approximate date. With J on walk from Princes Risborough to Wendover.NotReallyABagger21/01/2012
roadside vergearranc01/09/2009
Walked from Coombe Hill. Bagged trig in field, didn't know its was actually a hill.DanTrig15/01/2007
Whilst walking the Ridgeway National TrailHillsidenick14/06/2006
Date unknown.Adrian01/01/2000
The Parkers24/08/2017
Colin Crawford04/08/2017
Lindsay M12/11/2016
Rod M12/11/2016
andrew brown15/09/2015