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Name:Bushey Heath
Hill number:18905
Height:154m / 505ft
Parent (Ma):2874  Wendover Woods [Haddington Hill]
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Hertfordshire (CoU)
County (CoH):Middlesex (CoH)
Class:Tump (100-199m), Historic County Top
Grid ref:TQ 15108 93907
Summit feature:boundary stone on High Road
Col:73m  TL212047  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 176
(1:25k) 173
Observations:ground quite flat from boundary stone SE towards crossroads
Comments:The current Harrow/Herts boundary along Common Road/Magpie Hall Rd was established in April 1993. The Harrow/Herts (1965-1993) and Middx/Herts (1889-1965) boundaries ran slightly N. 506ft spot ht by the boundary stone. Harrow top 175m SE (hill 5467).
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 110 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
On 65 km cycle from Battersea, along with Potter St HillRockdoctor16/05/2020
Quick evening excursion from home to Arkley, Deacons Hill and Bushey Heath. 30 mile round trip.PGCE03/05/2020
(Both tops) and Deacons Hill with DTL from Stanmore station. Beautiful sunny dayFionalevey06/03/2020
with Fiona. Walked from Stanmore Station. Boundary Stone is interestingtrimarc206/03/2020
3rd tump of the day after Batchworth Heath and Potter hill. Nice easy point to get to. Re-traced steps to grassy triangle for Harrow LB top. Continuation for Deacons Hill...Dazingdale19/01/2020
1 of 3 on 19 mile bike ride starting at Watford central travelodge. Quick stop and pic and then onwardsThe-Z-Man18/10/2019
A 2m walk across the pavement to this one, then down the road to the Boundary, a rather more demanding 12m walk from the car.Aye Jimmy08/09/2019
Cycle from Watford, all very level. I quite liked the HERTS/MIDDX boundary stone, best summit feature so far today. Also visited Windmill Lane.RichardM29/06/2019
With Harrow CoLFred Windsor23/04/2019
Alan and LindaGlenford02/01/2019
Wee jaunt around NW London. Avoided a 'bus' by bagging by alighting at the Harvester pub. Found the old county boundary stone on the road side.jedthehumanoid31/10/2018
22nd and last today. Parked in Harvester car park.Janko27/08/2018
Watford to Stanmore station. Surprisingly nice walkraymondwilkes11/08/2018
Parked in Harvester and crossed the road.Campbell Singer29/03/2018
Parked at cross roads walk around and up to boundry stone. not a very interesting county topjmistry8621/01/2018
From Stanmore tube via London LOOP link across Stanmore Common via LB Harrow topprwild09/09/2017
TD,C & HThis Dog17/08/2017
Boundary stone.clivevilla24/07/2017
Just a short stroll from the boundary. I liked the marker post. As often the precise point is beyond my vision. Then return to Stanmore.Sixtyplus10/07/2017
Revisit for 175m.rhalstead23/04/2017
With E. From Stanmore station via Heriot's Wood and deer park. Nice boundary stone. Also walked over ground on grass triangle by traffic lights at crossroads to cover possible summit. Nothing special but another county top ticked off.Beeliner23/04/2017
nice boundary stone opposite sude of the road from the Harvester. With Amandakeithelliott06/04/2017
Parked beside The Common then across the road to check out the boundary stone and have a walk around.Dugswell206/03/2017
Thought I had done 5 years ago, but had to go back once it moved. Still a good day, as did the borough top again with a friend en routeNomad Perkins19/02/2017
Long walk with Rebecca with a meal at The Hare.peter_tun06/02/2017
Driven along this road a number of times before many years ago. Parked opposite Harvester, near boundary stone. Had a wander around.PeterD27/11/2016
County top outing,easy one this park in the Harvester car park get a coffee and then before you drive off hope over the road and bag yourself a county top.WAYNE ROWLETT13/11/2016
These sort of tump summits on totally flat urban roads are such a pointless nonsense aren't they!!vegibagger18/10/2016
3hr walk from Northwood to Stanmore. A dull summit.Mark Jackson12/08/2016
On way to David's with Katy.George Thompson21/05/2016
8/9 Hill bagging day consisting of current and historical county tops (Staverton Clump/boring Filed/Haddenham Village/Pinchebeck Marsh/Beacon Hill/Wattisham Airfield/Great Wood/Bushey Heath/Hampstead Heath)Fergalh13/02/2016
Easy parking.destaylor12/01/2016
Harrow Weald to Stanmore.Smudge26/12/2015
Parking in Harvester car park opposite boundary marker.jonglew04/12/2015
Parked about 40m below in height, in a lane to the south, walked up to top and back with a friend, just before getting tube from Stanmore to watch Cambridge play away at Barnet in league 2! Tump easy. Football 0-0!pdantic29/08/2015
First of 5 before noon, (Beds, Bucks, Herts, Qxon)maltose11/06/2015
Found a free 'free' parking bay 80m NW of the summit. Impressive boundary stone.M3WDD15/05/2015
Bushey Heath to Stanmore is said to be where highwaymen such as Dick Turpin lurked ready to raid the dozen or so caravans that passed through Bushey Heath daily, carrying money from trade in London. Fast forward to today and at 10pm at night it still didn't feel like a place to linger.Chris Pearson24/04/2015
Parked car on one of side streets, then a quick walk to the boundary stone.bolieve04/04/2015
With Harrow LB top. Parked in Broadfield Close cul-de-sac. Highest natural(ish) point appears to be near boundary stone on the High Road.webmaster17/02/2015
Grass bank N side of road is highest accessible ground, apparently nothing higher in gardens immediately to N. Further N are several embankments with 155m contours, obviously manmade (resrs?)RHW14/12/2014
What is there to say?Newton Maximus21/11/2014
Parked in pub CP just past the marked top. Wandered around junction, and down for a revisit to the old top Bushey Heath (boundary, still as uninteresting. After Scotland at the weekend the London bagging was quite a contrast...nordicstar22/10/2014
Came to what I thought was the Middlesex top six and a half years ago, but if you're ticking off hills you've got to do things properly...Richard04/10/2014
Scrappy suburban roadedmundjohnson10/09/2014
Back again, hopefully someone doesn't point to another slight change and I have to visit somewhere a minute awaysimon and co28/08/2014
We weren't excited about this county top (number 25) but actually we had a lovely early evening walk. Parked at the end of Old Lodge Way and walked through Bentley Priory Nature Reserve, passing some very tame deer. Admittedly the A4140 is not beautiful - are the high security fences really necessary?? Perhaps the summit (not) is notable for being most boring county top in England, but as said, the walk was delightful (with Dorothy and Helen).callumorr08/08/2014
drive by on the way to coldsmoking course very exciting - Dave was jealousmr bounce07/06/2014
Facing North the MS is on the right.Adrian18/05/2014
Drove to crossroads, parked close by, got out and walked round.Biffin28/04/2014