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Name:Burn Hill
Hill number:17425
Height:116m / 381ft
Parent (Ma):2874  Wendover Woods [Haddington Hill]
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Buckinghamshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SP 77875 12431
Summit feature:no feature: rough pasture
Col:84m  SP725090  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 165
(1:25k) 181
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 28 users)ByDate of Ascent
Walked up to metal gate. HP 1-2m or so higher within high metal fenced area. Didn't fancy climbing high gate in full sight of houses behind for the sake of 1-2m for this, unexciting, summit.maclrc09/05/2020
1st hill of 8 on a 36km traverse from Stone to Bicester. Train to Oxford then bus to Stone, walking back on Oxford road then up Private road, climbing bank and through to field, recording 116m in long grass and brambles @ SP 77868 12434 and 117m @ SP 77866 12435. I cut across Wsw to pass another 115m contour then headed through the Nursery woodland before following hedgeline and Midshires Way/Swan's way heading for Waddesdon Hill...Dazingdale06/07/2019
Parked at Stone church and scaled the track to this top.ChinnockC19/05/2019
Parked on grass left of pavement just past entrance to private road.GordonAdshead15/02/2019
Parked just off roundabout in Jefferies Rd., then along 'Private Road' and entered field past metal gates as CP. Grass in field has been cropped.Aye Jimmy09/09/2018
Wonderful oasis of wild grassland, home to myriad species of insects and flora. Which means it's probably earmarked for 'development'.Wycombe Wanderer17/07/2018
as for pwheelerarranc30/06/2018
Quick bag on return from walking to Waddesdon Hill and back. High point as previous comments. Grotty day, didn't linger.Owen B03/02/2018
pwheeler says it all. Pretty grim. Parked on very busy main road.Campbell Singer09/12/2017
scrappy summit in a spare half hour- a rubbish tump?pwheeler25/08/2017
Walked NW along private track from main road in Stone then once past tall metal gates on right found a way to push through trees,and dead nettles (and live brambles) to reach higher rough pasture to right (NE) of track. These fields may well have seen Italian Prisoners of War working on them during WWII from the POW camp (one of many in Britain) based in tents at nearby Hartwell Dog Track. Under the Geneva Convention they were given the same food rations served to British service personnel (weekly meat, bacon, bread, margarine vegetables, cake, cheese, jam tea).Chris Pearson02/10/2016
Rough pasture just off the private road.PeterD31/03/2016
Rough pasture on NE side of private road is higher than the road by 1-2m.jonglew10/03/2016
Short distance up the unmade road.Swindon Bagger16/01/2016
Top hard to distinguish - an uninspiring hilltrimarc227/08/2015
Parked in in the layby on the main road. Stroll up the road. Flattish - summit could be anywhere.destaylor20/10/2014
pasture/grassland NW of fenced area (mapped bldg demolished). Park in estate & walk up priv rd. RHW08/12/2012
andrew brown02/09/2015