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Name:Crooksbury Hill
Hill number:18475
Height:163m / 535ft
Parent (Ma):2909  Butser Hill
RHB Section:42: South-East England & the Isle of Wight
County/UA:Surrey (CoU)
Class:Tump (100-199m), Clem
Grid ref:SU878459 (est)
Col:76m  SU859483  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 186
(1:25k) 145
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 27 users)ByDate of Ascent
Walked up from car park on a cold day, lovely views over towards the South Downs.lerritt07/02/2020
Lovely views on a windy afternoon. Visited with Charlotte.5 mins walk-up from Car parkmazz10/03/2019
LDWA Punchbowl Marathon 30mcbradshaw10/02/2019
Following an enjoyable day at the Farnham Food Festival plus a visit to Farnham Castle, I was able to persuade my wife & daughter to drive out here and bag this hill with me. A stiff little climb from the car park to the SW brings you to a topography set in a small patch of heathland with expansive views. Wandered around the summit which is mostly woodland - I thought it was a little higher 20m to the NE, on some humps in the woods. Really pleasant little hill, enjoyed it.wheresthepath30/09/2018
Short but steep walk up from car park to converted trig. Fantastic views. Surprised it still had the flush bracket. My GPSr had the hill marked at a point clearly below the summit, strange?thejackrustles21/04/2018
Walk from Tilford, there pleasant pastoral scenery. It's scrappy country as you get nearer to Farnham, quite a bit of low density and very wealthy housing but not attractive. Crooksbury Common and the view from the hill summit are both very worthwhile.pwheeler18/01/2018
From car park to south steep climb up to trig, view point and HP. with A.PeterD12/11/2017
Farnham to Elstead.Smudge20/10/2017
Started from Waverley Abbey House car park (free, at time of logging), quick visit to the Abbey ruins, the cave that is just off the road towards the hill and then ascended Crooksbury from the south side. Very steep stairs climb to the summit, great views at the top to the south west. Care should be taken on this route as until you reach the car park just south of the hill there are few decent tracks through the woods and you will need to walk the road which can be busy. However, if you cross the woods south west of the hill you may come across something very strange indeed...The Mountain Raven26/08/2017
Tony J23/07/2017
From parking to north.rhalstead13/05/2017
carole engel28/02/2017
A lovely spot on a sunny spring day.RocksRock20/04/2016
Visited whilst bagging the (converted) trig. Short but steep walk up from roadside car park to this lovely view point.jonglew02/08/2013
Out exploring / bagging Clems and trigs having just arrived 'down south' to teach at Charterhouse for a termChris Pearson08/01/2005
pleasant hill & view. tk from car pk to S RHW20/10/2002
Date unknownAdrian01/01/2000