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Name:Apple Down
Hill number:18457
Height:174m / 571ft
Parent (Ma):2909  Butser Hill
RHB Section:42: South-East England & the Isle of Wight
County/UA:West Sussex (CoU)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (South)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:SU794149 (est)
Drop:36m
Col:138m  SU795154  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 197
(1:25k) OL8 120
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 18 users)ByDate of Ascent
On walk from Stoughton via Bow Hill HP, farm, then field paths via E. Marden. All go well; the RoW from the N of this hill was signposted along the track E of the top and I went through a gate where the track is shown turning W to the HP. Returned via Up Marden and Inholmes Wood, paths all the way, finishing round the edge of the field NW of the church. A gate led to the church, a must-visit as was the pub in this wonderful village.pwheeler20/08/2019
Second of 3 on afternoon walk from Compton. Up and round Compton down then back to the village before Apple Down including a diversion to the church in Up Marden then Telegraph hill and a return to Compton. Sunny afternoon, using the many bridal and footpaths.Buck17/08/2019
From Compton via Telegraph Hill. Gate give access to top. With A. Herd of deer in field on way back.PeterD10/11/2017
From Compton after Telegraph Hill.trimarc202/11/2017
A 20 mile circular walk linking 12 Tumps (all repeats) with Lesley and Betty the dog . 3000ft of ascent. Trying out my new New Balance trail shoes - fresh out of the box -and straight into wet grass and mud. From/ to North Marden's 12th century church. A warm up walk for next weekend's Surrey Tops 50 miler. Jogged the last 4 miles on downhills for training and to get to Paula's for tea.Chris Pearson17/09/2017
First hill on the dayejjohnstone04/06/2017
Second of 3; access possible via gate in field (of sheep with lambs currently) to east of reservoir cap. Shortly after saw a herd of deer in field to the south. Back into Compton which has a pub and shop-very welcome.JOHNS29/04/2017
S from minor road. RoW following line of new fence, then through field gate into sheep pasture and due W to top. HP seems to sit between covered reservior to N and Compton ROC bunker to S (see http://www.subbrit.org.uk/rsg/roc/db/988303920.004001.html).jonglew02/02/2016
From n, easy access. 3m covered resr stands on or close to natural hp; ROC bunker on brambly mound a few m south probably just off natural hp.RHW24/01/2016
Full day walk (7 hours) from N Marden with L and Betty - warm June day. Had run past this top a couple of times on long sunday runs from Kingley Vale.Chris Pearson21/05/2015
Part of the six hills walked great views back to South Downs & to the seaphilhythe01/02/2015
West Marden to Petersfield.Smudge18/07/2014
Passed by on the footpath, no route up to summit.fnem16/05/2014
andrew brown02/03/2019
arjh14/04/2018
Sainesy03/04/2016
stevent080917/10/2015
kaizerlard23/10/2010
Adrian17/04/2010