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Name:Cheesefoot Head
Hill number:18452
Height:176m / 577ft
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), Clem
Grid ref:SU531276 (est)
Col:127m  SU563255  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 185
(1:25k) OL32 132
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 59 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
As part of a circular walk out of WinchesterPhilipChaston30/05/2020
From Car Park. Considering that it is shown by the OS as a good viewpoint, it is rather sad that the famer has greatly reinforced his fences.GordonAdshead21/02/2020
Easy, short access from Cheesefoot head car park to South West, just off busy A272 ( from S turn after obvious tank on lhs) and in grassy field, near to but not at obvious trig. Not accessible when Boomtown pop festival ongoing.Denise 15/12/2019
Short walk from the par park to the W. Levelish field of cultivated pasture with trig pillar. Wandered around but difficult to define a high point.RichardM15/12/2019
Quick assent from car park and the exploration of the natural amphitheatre.kjg10620/10/2019
Before science centre with Dave and AmyBigNick27/12/2018
Short walk over grass from cp. Farmer clearly not keen on public access but his defences were insufficient to deter a determined hill bagger.Herbert Anchovy13/09/2018
Simple ascent from car park as others, little wander round. Nice views and 32 degC. Footwear sandals as after today's walks 2 and 3, shoes full of awns- the pedestrian equivalent of a hair shirt?pwheeler07/07/2018
South Downs Way walk with Geoff and AlanSwelch30/06/2018
From car park end to trig, with A.PeterD10/11/2017
A minor diversion from the South Downs Way to the trig point in adjacent field.sooztops26/03/2017
Quick hop over fence from car parkrhalstead28/01/2017
Date estejjohnstone01/07/2016
Easy walk across a field from the trampled fence at the end of the car parkDC11main07/06/2016
Fence down easy topphilhythe28/05/2016
A quick & easy 'ascent' from the car park.DanMaisieBex17/01/2016
Walk up field to the trig from the eastvegibagger11/09/2015
Parked in the nearby car park. The chain link fence at the end of the car park has been bent over, giving easy access to the summit field.Sprog28/08/2015
South Downs Waywindridge02/05/2015
Car park to W, short walk over arable field (grass today) to summit and trig pillar. Lovely circular stand of beech trees nearby.jonglew04/11/2014
Out performing some maintenance on nearby geocache and thought I'd amble up and bag the summit.fnem26/09/2014
Convenient car park near top. Informal path through wood to chain link fence that has a couple of breaks in it to give easy access to the field and summit.ijpowell07/09/2014
Did whilst going to Winchester via Hinton Ampner.steverd10/04/2014
Trekked to the top as part of the South Downs Way.Graeme08/01/2014
SDW with Gill.ADT09/08/2013
1st visit as a roadside halt. 2nd visit on 13/06/2009 on a 40 mile walk with Lesley & Betty (Jack Russell) from Seaford College to Winchester following SDW. Lesley had left car at Winchester the day before and cycled back. A long day - all tired even Betty who slept all the way home.Chris Pearson21/04/2006
Bishop Waltham to Winchester.Smudge12/02/2005
Not long after setting off on South Downs Way.DanHolme06/02/2005
nice chalk downland viewsAdrian01/01/2000
Date uncertain. South Downs Way Charity FundraiserPete West04/09/1999
With: hb sb ab; Stopped in car park to admire the view. Hopped over fence to Trig.Ian Baines29/05/1999
With: ib sb ab; Helen Baines29/05/1999
Climbed as a child...simonbriercliff01/01/1992
andrew brown15/03/2018
Jonathan Russell20/11/2017
carole engel12/02/2017
Janet M20/03/2016
Rod M20/03/2016
Lindsay M20/03/2016
Mark Sims21/04/2015