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Name:Waddesdon Hill
Hill number:17388
Height:147m / 482ft
Parent (Ma):2874  Wendover Woods [Haddington Hill]
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Buckinghamshire (CoU)
Catchment:Thames
Class:Tump (100-199m)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:SP 75848 15375
Summit feature:no feature: ground on path near trig point
Drop:54m
Col:93m  SP751161  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 165
(1:25k) 181
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 38 users)ByDate of Ascent
davefh30/12/2019
Here for the trigpoint. TP:UK log: Along footpath from South with coinea.thejackrustles05/10/2019
2nd hill of 8 on a 36km traverse from Stone to Bicester, climbing Burn Hill then through the Nursery to follow the Swan's Way/Mishires way then the Aylesbury ring and then back onto the Midshires Way, following it to the Trig pillar and summit. Continuing South of Waddesdon Manor heading for Ashendon Hill....Dazingdale06/07/2019
Short on time so parked at the end of the road, and walked to the top. A horse event was in progress so the route to the trig was quite tricky.ChinnockC19/05/2019
2.1 mile there-and-back walk to summit from parking space just off of the busy A41, easy enough walk to trig hidden in gap in hedge, earlier that day re-bagged Coombe Hill and bagged Pulpit Hill and Beacon Hill as part of a 8.6 mile walk, lovely clear summery weather. Afterwards drove to and bagged Quainton Hill.DanTrig09/10/2018
Less than 100m from road to S and easy parking.Aye Jimmy25/08/2018
Wycombe Wanderer17/07/2018
as for Clivevillaarranc30/06/2018
GordonAdshead26/05/2018
Path between two hedges. Trig is in the right hand one but is obvious.clivevilla28/04/2018
Walked from Stone along the Midshires Way. Mostly tarmac. Lovely walk on a cold, misty day with persistent light rain. Trig point cleverly hidden in the hedge. Shy but ultimately friendly horse looked on. With NS.Owen B03/02/2018
Parked on wide verge opposite ROW to top, after drive along ridge, that runs parallel with the Chiterns scarp, from Chearsley. A lovely spot.pwheeler26/01/2018
Parking on lush grassy verge. Gate into fields with gallops and some classy looking horses. Big view for little hill.Campbell Singer09/12/2017
KC26/03/2017
stevent080925/03/2017
'Rothschild Country' In the 1900s house parties from the manor would pass around this hill driving the four miles through the estate to the pavilion at Eythorpe (furniture and sculpture collections)then taking a steam launch up river to the tea house.Chris Pearson02/10/2016
With Wendyijpowell31/08/2016
DC11main27/05/2016
Short walk from road.PeterD31/03/2016
Short walk from road. HP probably at trig although SP 75844 15310 was at least as high.jonglew10/03/2016
Louise14/02/2016
ajwxyzt14/02/2016
Short distance along footpath from road.Swindon Bagger16/01/2016
Waddesdon to Whitchurch.Smudge25/10/2015
andrew brown02/09/2015
A gem if approached along the Midshires Way from Stone. This was part of a long mountain bike ride from Aylesbury and covering 5 tops in totaltrimarc227/08/2015
Trig point in hedgeRichardM02/08/2015
Trig point at side of path; very short out-and-back from North Bucks Way. Decent views.wheresthepath25/01/2015
AndyS09/01/2015
Easy parking. Summit just off road probably. Also probably on track!!destaylor20/10/2014
ngthack17/08/2014
Followed the North Buckinghamshire Way from Waddesdon.rhalstead18/05/2013
Adrian04/09/2010
BrianMatthews01/12/2009
griefmiester20/05/2009
RHW14/03/2003
amcvey01/01/2000
From Great Kimble on North Buckinghamshire Wayrfoster17/05/1982