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Name:Halnaker Hill
Hill number:18543
Height:128m / 420ft
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)
Watershed:The Solent
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SU 92034 09665
Summit feature:no feature
Col:94m  SU921104  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 197
(1:25k) OL10 121
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 25 users)ByDate of Ascent
From Mill Lane, starting at the parking area by Warehead Farm. The route used by others on this site as well as locals out jogging or dog-walking. Pleasant and interesting. First Tump on a sunny breezy day.pwheeler08/07/2019
Another stop off on the way to the coast. From lay-by on A285. Cold wind but a pleasant gradual climb and good views. Windmill had been broken into, sadly.KC09/03/2019
A revisit with L to see what unbelievably our council tax money has been spent on - improving a windmill ! (new sweeps,smart tile cladding and fresh painted woodwork). At least its useful in providing a perfect landmark for the small planes doing circuits at nearby Goodwood Aerodrome. Hobbled up with a slowly improving knee which coped with the 4 km round trip from Boxgrove and its impressive Priory, and home of the even more impressive Duke the Chameleon we are looking after. Numbing wind so fast hobbled back for warm drinks and our mince pie mountain (at 10p for a box of 6 - ended up with 30 for 50p, from M&S - end of season bargain, along with a crate of satsumas )Chris Pearson05/01/2019
Easy walk on paths from SW to summit windmill.Herbert Anchovy12/09/2018
After walk from Nore Hill and Eartham took the footpath south off the A285-big mistake as was wearing shorts. Seriously unkempt with nettles, thistles, hawthorn at all heights - secateurs needed! Still, after turning onto pathway, the view from the top was excellent with Bognor, Chichester and Isle of Wight also visible to the south. With Rosalie.JOHNS31/07/2017
Along Mill Lane then up track to Windmill surrounded by fencing. Trig and HP both outside fence either side of Windmill.PeterD07/07/2017
From Eartham Woods car park. From Nore Hill, went via trig and folly, down to Eartham village, along RoW to A285 and along RoW to summit. There were men renovating the windmill, which was behind a sturdy barricade. The summit was outside this area, though. With JT.Sprog13/04/2017
Halnaker circular. Busy hill with dog walkers and young families despite heavy showers around. Heard one puzzled youngster asking parent why the track was muddy - is it because of the rain?Smudge05/03/2017
Lovely walk from Halnaker via Eartham woodsejjohnstone05/02/2017
A lovely walk on a beautiful autumn day up to the windmill, followed by a walk around up top.steverd27/10/2016
Went tot he pumpkin festival and then had a quick stop off up to the top of the hill to the windmill.Dragonzilla27/10/2016
As per Jonglew except limited views due to low cloud.Of course when we arrived back at the car there was bright sunshine!With Bridget.catman04/01/2015
With Catmanrosiebridge04/01/2015
Visited whilst bagging the trig. Short walk along Mill Lane and N along PROW. Windmill unsafe and fenced off; good views.jonglew09/06/2013
With: solo; Walked up here to take photographs of the windmill.Ian Baines25/04/2011
Windmill building on summit.Adrian05/04/2010
Short walk with Lesley to windmill. Found artists equipment left behind.Chris Pearson04/06/2007
carole engel05/03/2017