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Name:Torberry Hill
Hill number:18493
Height:156m / 512ft
Parent (Ma):2909  Butser Hill
RHB Section:42: South-East England & the Isle of Wight
County/UA:West Sussex (CoU)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SU 77882 20325
Summit feature:grass mound
Col:91m  SU776197  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 197
(1:25k) OL8 OL33 120 133
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 16 users)ByDate of Ascent
Buriton to Torberry Hill on a hot bank holiday Monday with excursions to Head Down, Oakham hill on the way out and to West Harting Down on the return.Buck26/08/2019
Lovely clear and crisp day, no wind and fantasic thin snowy conditions on the groud, everything looking lovey. Part of a 6 tump, 1 marylin loop.atreides788703/02/2019
From road to west, steep climb up through woods at dusk. Then pasture to top. With A.PeterD10/11/2017
Date approxejjohnstone12/04/2017
16 miles in greyness and sleet: Petersfield - Butser Hill - Holt Down - War Down - Head Down - Oakham Hill - West Harting Down - Torberry Hill - Petersfield. Very steep ascent through trees from road to W, with one barbed wire fence to climb. Best to head up to the saddle between this and Little Torberry Hill.Mark Jackson11/02/2017
Cocking to Petersfield.Smudge27/05/2016
From road junc to the N. Around E side of quarry; field margin; then up steep slippery track. Through woodland and out into rough hilltop pasture. Couple of b/w stock fences.jonglew02/02/2016
Short sharp finish to my West Sussex P30s, from sw. On descent followed main track s for a while. Direct descent too slippery in winter.RHW24/01/2016
Very steep climb up from the road to the W. Good view from the summit to Beacon Hill & Harting Down. Small hill fort on the summit, with an ancient hawthorn.DanMaisieBex17/01/2016
An isolated small hill standing apart from the South Downs being the site of an iron age hill contour fort from 2000 yrs ago, The summit fortifications consisted of a ditch with a rampart. Tough short, steep ascent made from west up through wood following deer tracks (and deer), with spells of rolling backwards on a steeply inclined carpet of beech nuts.(worse going down) Tall rough grass on summit. Sadly,I was just two weeks late to maybe spot the midsummer fairies that legend says appear on this hill.Chris Pearson05/07/2015
andrew brown02/03/2019