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Name:Toot Hill
Hill number:18602
Height:85.9m / 282ft
Parent (Ma):2909  Butser Hill
RHB Section:42: South-East England & the Isle of Wight
County/UA:Hampshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:SU 38174 18547
Summit feature:ramparts of hill fort
Col:43m  SU391199  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 185
(1:25k) OL22E
Observations:NW corner of field by hedge 100m S at SU 38187 18448 is 1m lower
Comments:original summit inside fort not identifiable
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 21 users)ByDate of Ascent
Rownhams to Bassett Green.Smudge01/12/2018
Short walk up to beacon and the farm entrance. Basket now back on top of the pole.Herbert Anchovy13/11/2018
Went to middle of triangle of road junction and south lawn.PeterD05/10/2017
Toot means lookout. Iron age fort at end of spur to north. Square beacon post by summit still there but no sign of fire basket (was lit for Queen's silver jubilee)Chris Pearson15/02/2016
14.05 upper Toothill farm is on the summit and a big reservoir few hundred metres to the south grass over and certainly the new highest ground and I always feel psychologically should probably be the new summit even if they are man made. I wanted to go up their banks and wandered down the road to the south to the entrance, but high gates topped with three rows of barbed wire deterred me.vegibagger11/09/2015
South summit: front lawn of house. Fire basket on ground, slightly lower. North summit: large level area. Accessed across paddocks below ridge line.RHW31/08/2015
Bagged whilst planting a related geocache.fnem03/07/2015
Road junction: but pleasant spotGordonAdshead26/02/2015
Visited on a round of trigs in Hants. Roadside location, parking un-friendly locals! Beacon fire-basket on tall pole at hill summit. ***Re-visited after summit re-location. Parked to NE (SU 3859 1917). Managed woodland occupies the whole of the hill fort with dense bracken in places. Wandered around, and across the 84m spot height. Not really feasible to identify a specific HP by eye.jonglew06/05/2014
Fort in Telegraph Wood looks equally high.Adrian25/08/2012
Mark Sims25/05/2018
Swindon Bagger21/12/2016
andrew brown03/08/2016