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Name:St Martha's Hill
Hill number:18453
Height:175m / 574ft
Parent (Ma):2907  Leith Hill
RHB Section:42: South-East England & the Isle of Wight
County/UA:Surrey (CoU)
Catchment:Thames
Class:Tump (100-199m), Clem
(Tu,1,Cm)
Grid ref:TQ 02793 48302
Summit feature:no feature: ground W of church doorway
Drop:58m
Col:117m  TQ028487  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 186
(1:25k) 145
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 71 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Day 1 walking the North Downs Wayfosal2929/04/2019
Boxing Day walk with John & Simonornithopod26/12/2018
What a beautiful top. December sunset was glorious. From Dorking to Chilworth (21.3km) with trimarc2 filing in the NDW.Fionalevey10/12/2018
Witley - Hydon's Ball - Breakneck Hill - Hascombe Hill - Yewtree Nob - Chinthurst Hill - St Martha's Hill - GuildfordMark Jackson08/09/2018
Great walk to do with any friends visiting Guildford due to lovely views. This time with friends visiting from Germanymazz22/07/2018
Quick trip up to Chilworth for a couple of tops on another hot day. Along main road then up Downs Link and for a modest height, excellent views to the south across the valley. Well worth the half hour's effort and following I the hoofprints of one William Cobbett, of 'Rural Rides' fame.JOHNS02/06/2018
circular walk via NDW, Downs Link & Wey South Pathprwild06/05/2018
A long walk with the kids from the Surrey University of Law through the Chantries and up to the church on top of the hill. Then returned via the pub.steverd13/01/2018
2nd visit. During 50 mile Surrey Tops LDWA event. With Lesley. Great sunny afternoon and light giving great atmospheric views. A lovely hill of sandy paths and pine trees and beautiful church on top. This was Clem ' Clements' local hill which he apparently climbed hundreds of times. Clem produced his own list of hills prior to Tumps.Chris Pearson23/09/2017
From Guildford centre via Pewley Down.squeegs02/07/2017
Super little hill especially with a light covering of snow. From Chilworth Railway Stationtrimarc211/02/2017
Steep ascent from Chilworth Gunpowder Mills (established 1626 by the East India Co.) Summit topped by attractive church with great views even on a grey January day.RichardM14/01/2017
HP is an unmarked point a few m from the back door of this achingly pretty church in a clearing above pine trees. Everything was covered with a dusting of snow to add to the charm.Denise 14/01/2017
Parked in the free car park just off Halfpenny Lane, then followed the right of way to the top. With JT and HT.Sprog28/12/2016
Hiked from Guildford to the west under the south side of the Chantries to Chilworth Manor vineyard. Took the path north direct up the hill, very steep. Amazing views East, South and West and a lovely church.The Mountain Raven02/10/2016
Circular walk from Newland's Corner via Shere and the North Down's Way with Lyndsey and Lucy plus dogs. A lovely clear day: great views. Great lunch spot.Sixtyplus25/09/2016
Up on North downs way.rhalstead03/04/2016
Climbed up from the E car park, another great summit in the Surrey Hills.DanMaisieBex10/01/2016
Car park full of dog walkers at 08:50 Monday morning. Splendid day and Nice HillGordonAdshead23/03/2015
This was probably the 4th or 5th time, but the only time I have a date for.IanHHill13/02/2015
Surrey TopsEVERTON20/09/2014
Repeat ascent on Thames Valley Walking Club's Shire Series 10km walking event from Newlands Corner. Great weather and views, unfortunately very busy place on a summer Sunday.Hillsidenick03/08/2014
Visited on short round of this tump and Merrow Downs trig. High point few metres W of church.jonglew30/06/2014
With Ian and Caroline on North Downs Waynickywood116/03/2014
Run up many times but not sure exact dateslerritt01/01/2014
Shalford to Guildford.Smudge14/12/2013
not for the first time, but unsure of previous datesTeasyChris10/11/2013
https://connect.garmin.com/activity/314737944briguyo18/05/2013
GAMES 100EVERTON03/06/2012
I have climbed this hill many time, usually whilst camping at Chantries.garyhoney03/09/2009
New Year Day LDWA 20 miler again with L. Both ran round in 3hrs 41 mins. Inc over this top.Chris Pearson01/01/2009
Running well. With L on the LDWA Guildford Boundary Challenge event. 20 miles in 3.28 , navigating on the hoof. Great fun. Came 7th and 8th. Route came over this summit.Chris Pearson12/10/2008
LDWA New Years day 20 mile walk/ run with Lesely-became something of tradition for a few years.Chris Pearson01/01/2007
As part of Downs Link Cycle Ridegriefmiester01/05/2005
New Year's morning stroll up to the church, with the family, from car park.andrewbanks01/01/2005
Clem Clements' local: told me he had made >2,900 ascents as at Nov03. RHW22/08/2004
With M&J whilst doing stages of North Downs WayRT197007/08/2004
Like a giant sand dune (well maybe not Namibian class)Humpty Tumpty01/05/2002
Climbed numerous timesAdrian01/01/2000
Approximate date. Solo backpacking. North Downs Way.Pete West01/06/1998
On Surrey Summits 100k walkPeterD04/04/1992
countless visits walking and running to this wonderful hillpwheelerblank
try9fan30/12/2018
cbradshaw11/05/2018
WokingMike18/02/2018
phil10118/02/2018
SteveG12/02/2018
mickdavidson04/02/2018
helenwilliamson06/01/2018
Rockdoctor25/07/2016