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Name:Summerhouse Hill
Hill number:18507
Height:147.9m / 485ft
Parent (Ma):2921  Cheriton Hill
RHB Section:42: South-East England & the Isle of Wight
County/UA:Kent (CoU)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (South)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:TR 16692 37744
Summit feature:not recorded
Col:97m  TR166380  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 179 189
(1:25k) 138
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 20 users)ByDate of Ascent
Verge parking on A20. Miserable wet morning meant slithery descent.Bramley01/11/2019
From Ashford Rd parking on roadside verge (TR 1660 3732). Near enough direct line up the hill. Nice top with views to the Chunnel terminal.jonglew10/11/2018
Great hill, especially for the southeast. Parked in gateway to the south. You can clearly see France from the top.clivevilla18/04/2018
Lovely views all around at the topAlancache26/04/2017
Superb steep conical grass- covered hill, with distinctive profile. Apparently the army only uses blanks on this training area! Accessed from RoW to south.Disturbed ground on flattish top. Good views.Denise 22/04/2017
Sandling stn - Blackhouse Hill - Summerhouse Hill - Tolsford Hill - Cheriton Hill - Sugarloaf Hill - Swinge Hill - Folkestone station. A strong contender for best Tump walk in Kent? Summerhouse and Sugarloaf are remarkable hills.Mark Jackson04/03/2017
Lovely small steep-sided chalk hill, overlooking M20 & Eurotunnel sidings. M20 noisy.BrianMatthews14/07/2015
ROW from SE. Sign warned to stay on paths as area used for MOD dry training -i.e not live ammunition but may still involve thunderflashes and sudden noises. All quiet this evening - grass freshly cut awaiting raking -steep slope with rabbit holes up this distinctive outlier with views over the M20 to the seaChris Pearson10/06/2015
Sandling circular. Although not access land plenty of trails run up this prominent cone overlooking motorway & Eurostar rail lines.Smudge05/04/2014
Just had to bag this conical little green lump.DanTrig06/03/2011
andrew brown18/05/2020