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Name:Windmill Hill
Hill number:18418
Height:194m / 636ft
Parent (Ma):2909  Butser Hill
RHB Section:42: South-East England & the Isle of Wight
County/UA:Hampshire (CoU)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (South)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:SU716160 (est)
Drop:63m
Col:131m  SU715169  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 197
(1:25k) OL8 120
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 28 users)ByDate of Ascent
Nice path from the Red Lion via the cemetery to Chalton Down. Then continued south-south west to Wick Farm and across to woodland path then minor road to New Barn Farm, allowing an approach to Windmill Hill from the south. Started chucking down from this point onwards, so we dried off by the fabulous open fire back in the Red Lion.summitter13/06/2019
Steep walk on ROW from east- the farmers do maintain the footpaths well in this area. 3 deer grazing in the steep field.Mark Sims04/06/2019
Bus from Petersfield to Clanfield east corner, then Windmill Hill - Hinton Down - Broadhalfpenny Down - Wether Down - Henwood Down - Middle Down - Pidham Hill - Barrow Hill - Petersfield.Mark Jackson13/10/2018
After a pint in the Red Lion in Chilton, up the steep slope to this hill. Windmill on top part of private residence.JOHNS05/05/2018
Bus to Queen Elizabeth Country Park then FP. Steep approach. Lovely hill which would better still without noise from A3trimarc202/11/2017
A 20 mile circular walk linking 12 Tumps (all repeats) with Lesley and Betty the dog . 3000ft of ascent.. Saw the trig this time but could not quite reach it through narrow fence gapsChris Pearson17/09/2017
From Finchdean on to WE parkejjohnstone29/05/2017
Approx date, walked from South side with Nicky, Joe & Tom, views perhaps not as good as expecting due to convex shape.fnem20/04/2017
From Chalton.rhalstead28/01/2017
Walked over from Holt Down. Fine views S to the Solent, on a fine clear autumnal day. Trig is in garden on the NE side of the property, jut in touching distance!DanMaisieBex06/11/2016
Encircled the outside of the windmill garden then marched up to front door (on camera) to ask if I could find the trig pillar-no one in but couldn't see trig -(hidden around back later seen on geograph). Below we could see Butser Ancient Farm - a collection of reconstructed speculative buildings form the iron age (1200-600 BC)and animal pens and very small fields compared to the surrounding prairie of today's modern farming. 6 hr circular walk with L and Betty the dog from Clanfield - 1st cold gloomy day of autumn after a long warm summer. Butser Hill next via QE Country Park.Chris Pearson08/10/2016
Parked at junction Charlton Lane and A3 from there walked up the road to hill summit, Pillar located in the grounds (just) of converted windmill. no real high point more of a plateau. What a place a windmill, hill top and a Trig Pillar! great views A3 a bit noisy.griefmiester05/08/2016
Evening run with casual crew round QECP and beyond!twigrose01/07/2016
Up track. Walked around field outside the garden. HP to west. Couldn't see trig point in garden.PeterD12/08/2015
Parking at Charlton Lane/A3 junc. Hill summit completely occupied by grounds of the windmill with private house attached. HP on W side of garden, although this may be a man-made feature. No-one in to ask.jonglew05/11/2014
Difficult to know if you are on the top here as it looks a flat top & the trig point is in the garden of the windmillphilhythe12/07/2014
RHW20/05/2007
Date unknown.Adrian01/01/2000
mnixon05/04/2019
andrew brown30/01/2018
stevent080919/04/2015
pwatson198018/08/2014
Sainesy13/04/2014
Smudge09/03/2013
kaizerlard23/10/2010
BrianMatthews15/07/2010
Sprog15/06/1995
snixon01/06/1959