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Name:Ribs Down
Hill number:18579
Height:96m / 315ft
Parent (Ma):2909  Butser Hill
RHB Section:42: South-East England & the Isle of Wight
County/UA:Surrey (CoU)
Grid ref:SU 94652 64821
Summit feature:not recorded
Col:67.5m  SU 9323 6529  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 175 186
(1:25k) 160
Observations:ground 90m SW at SU 94577 64767 might be as high or higher
Comments:Tump deletion June 2020
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 18 users)ByDate of Ascent
Cycle route bagging North Surrey Tumps. Pretty golf course, highest accessible point might be around the fence or the bunkers, although probably man made!lerritt04/08/2019
6th and final top. Continuation from Shrubs Hill using fp to Golf course and then onto lane and back onto fp veering off at top. As others have stated highest point maybe within security fencing (Badgers would be ok as soil seems quite soft) or ariund the other side in Rhododendron jungle. Followed edge of golf course to road then back to Sunningdale for train back to Reading. I had to leave Surrey hill for another adventure.Dazingdale28/07/2019
Sunningdale stn - Shrubs Hill - Ribs Down - Surrey Hill - Bagshot stnMark Jackson30/03/2019
Sunningdale circular.Smudge13/01/2019
From small car park next to the pub, initially on Row, then up on track to HP near fence.PeterD11/11/2017
I've lived in Chobham for 17 yrs but this was my first (and, I hope, my last) visit to the Chobham Common area HP. A locked gate halfway to the summit of the fp from the Bricklayers gave access to a horse track (steep for this) and where the vegetation relents a bit it was easy to get to the HP- no views, against a security fence, gloomy, rhodendron-chocked woodland. Then walked over familiar ground: Sunnigdale GC where a bench near the 94 m pt at Long Down gives great views S and Grayling butterflies, then continued over GC (managed, not open access) to Oystershell Hill on the NNR for best views N. Sunny, short shower, heather in bloom.pwheeler31/08/2017
Walked from Sunningdale Station. I kept going south even when the FP signs said the path went east/west. I think I found the top but it is a flat area so difficult to be precise.trimarc206/05/2017
From Brickmakers, as JG & RHW. Left hand of two paths leaving pub c/p.ngthack26/08/2015
Security fence with signs promising cctv and guard dogs. Highest point seems to be at or near southern fence; may or may not be a few cm higher inside; as JG says, rather flat summit areaRHW28/06/2015
F-path a short woodland thrash get you as far as the outside fence of another large well fenced private summit garden ( a Surrey specialty) The nearby Brickmakers pub hints at past use of the underfoot sand and clays. Nearby Updown Court is infamous for being over the top in all aspects (see YouTube) and the UK's most expensive house at £70 million.Chris Pearson18/06/2015
From small parking area next to The Brickmakers pub on B386. On PRoW initially then possibly through grounds of Ribsden Hall until meeting an impenetrable boundary fence just 13m short of the GR for the HP. However, the whole top of the hill is wooded and largely flat so difficult to determine a precise HP.jonglew03/06/2015
date unknownAdrian01/01/2000
andrew brown20/07/2015