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Name:Windbolts Hill
Hill number:18443
Height:183m / 600ft
Parent (Ma):2906  Walbury Hill
RHB Section:42: South-East England & the Isle of Wight
County/UA:Hampshire (CoU)
Grid ref:SU462590 (est)
Col:156m  SU456589  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 174
(1:25k) 144W
Comments:deleted March 2014
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 22 users)ByDate of Ascent
Walked from Highclere Castle to Sidown Hill, Beacon Hill and Windbolts Hill. About 2 hours. The field where the summit is had recently had a barley crop harvested so I was able to walk around.clivevilla08/08/2018
Access via track from road from E where easy to park. Domed arable field. HP is near a telegraph pole.Denise 19/09/2017
From the E on Byway. Reasonable 'Downland' views in setting sun.RichardM19/09/2017
Was going to climb from west after Caveley Hill but thought I'd have a look at the east track I could just make out on my black and white photocopied map. Was just thinking it looked motorable but wouldn't make people pleased and happy when I noticed an old wooden sign saying 'byway' so decided to try and drive it in the dark in my poor old Corolla. Made it to a point just before the crossroads, turned the car round and proceeded on foot. A mildly adventurous end to a good day.Wycombe Wanderer27/12/2016
Hill 2 of 6 hill,15 km jog/walk circular in 2:50 from Old Burghclere. Slight detour into field for this ex-tump. The Brenda Parker Way passes along here -named in recognition of her lifetime of service to Ramblers and Rights of Way in the area.Chris Pearson12/10/2016
top is in cornfield which TJB and I did not want to damagetrimarc208/07/2016
Walked up the byway from the east top easily visible is the telegraph pole or very near to itphilhythe15/11/2015
Walked carefully over the field (turnips growing ) in the fog to the high point near the telegraph pole.DanMaisieBex02/11/2015
On a short round from the Beacon Hill carpark to bag Caveley Hill, went over top of this one also. Approached from E on byway then deviated over arable field to HP. Nothing much of interest here - unless you like mud!jonglew08/01/2015
Arable field. Drove in from W, park in field entrance near summit, then drove out E, a bit rutted by OK in FocusRHW08/04/2012
date unknown. Found horse shoe near summit.Adrian01/01/2000
andrew brown15/03/2018
Swindon Bagger21/05/2017
Mark Sims06/04/2016