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Name:Chinthurst Hill
Hill number:18554
Height:121m / 397ft
Parent (Ma):2907  Leith Hill
RHB Section:42: South-East England & the Isle of Wight
County/UA:Surrey (CoU)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:TQ 01301 45847
Summit feature:ground by folly
Col:49m  TQ017461  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 186
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 27 users)ByDate of Ascent
Quick nip up from the car park to the North. Top is beside the towernickywood121/11/2018
Witley - Hydon's Ball - Breakneck Hill - Hascombe Hill - Yewtree Nob - Chinthurst Hill - St Martha's Hill - GuildfordMark Jackson08/09/2018
Down from St Martha's Hill, along main road and up the still wet bridleway then well-signed footpath to this unassuming top. Back to Chilworth station same way to catch train to Redhill with 5 mins to spare.JOHNS02/06/2018
circular walk via NDW, Downs Link & Wey South Pathprwild06/05/2018
Short and quick from the car park in the north if you take the steep path, there is an easier path that winds round and up. Tower at the top and a view east only, trees cover all other directions.The Mountain Raven19/08/2017
From car park to N. Nice little hill and I had it to myself.squeegs02/07/2017
From Shalford railway station and then from car park to north. Very straightforwardtrimarc211/02/2017
Good woodland path from large carpark on N side. (entrance hard to spot on busy road) 10m tall stone built tower on summit, concreted doorway and well secured windows prevent access. Good views, a little wet snow on the grassy hillside to the E.RichardM14/01/2017
HP is base of brick- built tower, door bricked up and partially ruined, but picturesque in sunshine in clearing amongst trees. Open view east over frosty fields.Denise 14/01/2017
Parked in the free car park to the north, then followed path to the top. With JT and HT.Sprog28/12/2016
Short sharp climb from car park.rhalstead03/04/2016
Good path straight up from car Park; Nice views from Tower.GordonAdshead23/03/2015
Parked in public car park (free) off B2128.Jacqdaw03/08/2014
From car park to N, straight up and down. Grade II listed 19thC tower at summit.jonglew14/07/2014
Shalford to Guildford. Highest point in bramble patch?Smudge14/12/2013
Climbed from car park to north whilst fetching a puzzle geocache.garyhoney17/11/2006
Out exploring / bagging Clems and trigs having just arrived 'down south' to teach at Charterhouse for a term. one and half hour run from house to summit and back.Chris Pearson04/01/2005
climbed 3 times, atexact dates not certain. Folly at the top.Adrian01/01/2000
4 or 5 visits to summitpwheelerblank