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Name:The Warren
Hill number:18370
Height:251m / 823ft
Parent (Ma):2907  Leith Hill
RHB Section:42: South-East England & the Isle of Wight
County/UA:Surrey (CoU)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:TQ 07662 42479
Summit feature:ground by seats
Col:218m  TQ079426  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 187
(1:25k) 145
Comments:access issues
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 28 users)ByDate of Ascent
44km bagging loop around the Mole Valley in good conditions.atreides788709/02/2019
Holmbury Hill, Pitch Hill and The Warren circular. Reached the derelict house and mooched around the northern perimeter fence.SteveG28/01/2019
Walked up from Peaslake and can only get as far as the gate to Windmill as all fenced of private land with dogs 🐕 loosenickywood120/11/2018
Ewhurst to Shamley Green.Smudge17/11/2018
Stroked (over the gate) the huge but soft German Shepherd dog that was roaming the grounds of the dilapidated house that led (possibly) past some cabins towards the private summit, and then chatted to the owner (about his dog) - but stayed on our side of the gate. Peering over the fence/ laurel hedge from the north you can see a (summit?) mound behind the tennis courts of the adjacent property Summerfield House. 8 crimes within 1.9 miles of here were recorded in April 2018 - 4 of them being antisocial behaviour - does peering over laurel hedges count in this? With L on a lovely sunny 5 hour walk.Chris Pearson21/10/2018
Like everybody else walked past the gate to the windmill on a 16ml Challange Walk from Peaslake run by the London groupphilhythe13/10/2018
Went to the windmill but access to the 250m would need permission or breaking and entry. Many other times, but previously kept to the Greensand Way. Nice 2h 40 min circular walk from Peaslake on sunny daypwheeler18/12/2017
As part of a 20k hike from Shamley Green to Leith Hill along the Greensand Way. Took in The Warren (tump), Pitch Hill (tump), Holmbury Hill (hump) and Leith Hill (marilyn) along the way.The Mountain Raven13/11/2016
9 Tumps / 20 miles between Holmwood and Dorking stations: Leith, Holmbury, Pitch, Warren, Dunley, Longmoor, Bury, Tower, Terrace. Track marked on map as climbing hill from SE doesn't seem to be in evidence on the ground (or very overgrown). Instead, had to content myself with highest point of Greensand Way near windmill (chap mowing lawn in garden with highest point!)Mark Jackson29/08/2016
Did a circular walk around the summit as actual top was in a private garden. Nice Tower Mill nearby: Ewhurst Windmill.JohRvs16/08/2016
Climbed up from the car park on Ride Way. The Summit seems to be in someone's garden so didn't make it to the topr.ashwell28/02/2016
Summit 'defended' by builders vans. Generally difficult area to visit, yet nearby is delightful North Downs scenerytrimarc209/02/2016
After Pitch Hill. Main gates closed, landscapers' van on driveway. Scouted along boundary fence on N side property, hopped over and played hide-and-seek with the landscapers whilst they chain-sawed. Unsure if HP was reached as not free enough to wander round, but had a fair crack at it given circumstances.jonglew28/01/2016
Got to the gate beyond which lies a semi derlict house & the 'high point'. A barking dog stopped us going further here, but a scout around the perimiter fence got us to practically the same height as to that within the fence.DanMaisieBex10/01/2016
Difficult one this, summit area topped by exclusive residences but high point marked on map is in a farm area with port-a-carbins and a dog. Didn't visit the point marked by spot height but my thought was the high point was likely to be the windmill as can't see why the windmill wouldn't have been built at the high point if there was nothing else there. Google Earth elevation data also suggests the windmill as the high point. Anyway, I didn't visit the windmill either but did stand not that far away at the gateway to it.RichardM12/12/2015
We think we reached the HP, but the windmill is a private house with fenced grounds- with RichardDenise 12/12/2015
Got as close as possible without being arrested for trespassing. Started at the car park and went up to a very nice house on the right.steverd19/10/2015
Parked on the other side of the windmill (west) walked along the path. Saw the high point was on private property.Dragonzilla19/10/2015
Garden of The Warren, from E. Neighbouring property to N lower.RHW28/06/2015
10 min up and down from car park to east after Pitch Hill. Top inside one of the private gardens - only marginally higher- did not enter. some impressive houses on top -including a windmill turned into a house.Chris Pearson06/01/2015
Difficult to claim this with a clear conscience as spot height is on private property. Went to entrance gate so that will have to do for now. With Gina as part of our round of Historic County Tops in England & Wales. Main summit was Leith Hill county top of Surrey and to include Holmbury Hill as well. Parked in Coverwood car park and headed west instead of East to include TuMPs of Pitch Hill and The Warren. Smashing 10.75 circular walk with a decent 600m of ascent.SteveSmith02/01/2015
With Steve.GinaSmith02/01/2015
Top inside private grounds. Entrance to property can be reached from Greensand Way. Talked to man mowing grass inside 250 contour but did not reach spot height. However all is very flat on top. Highest point could be in neighbouring property.garyhoney15/06/2013
Bagged twice. Second time lost GPS.Adrian11/04/2010
Included in one of the circuits with Pitch HillHumpty Tumpty02/07/1997
The Maise28/01/2019