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Name:White Hill
Hill number:18566
Height:111.8m / 367ft
Parent (Ma):2909  Butser Hill
RHB Section:42: South-East England & the Isle of Wight
County/UA:Hampshire (CoU)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (South)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SU 54351 21230
Summit feature:no feature: arable field
Col:79m  SU545218  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 185
(1:25k) OL3 OL32 119 132
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 18 users)ByDate of Ascent
At last, a decent walk to round off a day's bagging- from Upham, visited HP, vehicle tracks followed from path to SW to avoid trampling crop. I then walked to Green Hill (129m.) and Monarchs Way back to Upham on a sunny, breezy day.pwheeler01/06/2020
From football pitch car park in Upham. Short stroll on fp then into stubble field under very grey skies. Unmarked HP on generally level ground but Abney used to determine HP.Denise 16/09/2019
From Upham village sports field NE on footpath to summit field of stubble.RichardM16/09/2019
From Upham on FP initially by football pitch, then up bank and across field to HPPeterD02/04/2019
Lower Upham to West Meon.Smudge19/01/2018
Across the football pitches in the dark from Upham and to far end of next stubble field. As elsewhere the public FP goes across one of the football pitches which if a match was playing would have to be stopped by the ref as row users have precedent if they wish to exercise their legs/ rights on the correct line, even though they could walk around the edge they are not obliged to - a nice legal oddity to rival the current Brexit High Court debate?Chris Pearson05/12/2016
On walk round from Cheesefoot Head field to top growing cropsphilhythe28/05/2016
Middle of a stony field with just hint of new growth coming through...from the SWvegibagger11/09/2015
From S, recreation ground car park at start of RoWRHW30/08/2015
From minor road due south. Up field bank and directly over arable field to top.jonglew08/05/2015
We popped by to service our geocache which is located nearby and since the crops had been harvested we took a quick detour to the summit.fnem16/08/2014
Quick walk wit Emily & Joe. Summit inaccessible as in centre of crop field, got within 20m or so. Excellent views, planted geocache.poowithaview18/05/2014
Quick walk with Emily & Joe. Summit inaccessible as in centre of crop field, got within 20m or so. Excellent views, planted geocache.fnem18/05/2014
in fieldAdrian12/02/2012
this is an incorrect entry. on that day I ascended a different white hill near cerne Abbas- need to resolveDenise 12/09/1999
andrew brown15/03/2018