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Name:Cheriton Hill
Hill number:2921
Height:188m / 617ft
RHB Section:42: South-East England & the Isle of Wight
County/UA:Kent (CoU)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (South)
Watershed:Dover to Cape Wrath, Land's End to Dover
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (100-199m), Clem
(Ma,Hu,Tu,1,Cm)
Grid ref:TR 19781 39656
Summit feature:ground 15m N of fence corner
Drop:150m
Col:38m  TQ902378  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 179 189
(1:25k) 138
Observations:ground for 15m radius is of very similar height; summit is c 250m NW of trig point
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 239 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
As a detour from NDW. Circled field and went through other fields to the reservoir with its locked gate and view of the trig pointlerritt07/07/2020
Alan Faulconbridge22/02/2020
Rockdoctor22/02/2020
Parked at the Cat Custard and walked down lay, and through field towards trig. No trig found in hedgerow but google maps said we were stood on the right spot.Hippy7716/02/2020
PhilipChaston23/11/2019
TR197396 With D192105/08/2019
Chris Ellis28/07/2019
Nick Canute18/06/2019
From the Parking Space near the Church, along field edge then carefully negotiated crops to reach the high point on the field boundary. Not Worth a proper walk so headed off to explore elsewhere. Quick visit to the church which was niceJephcote8315/06/2019
SteveG13/05/2019
Very easy Marilyn after arriving back through tunnelMark Sims02/05/2019
As others from pub car park round field edges, plus trig visit.N.Morters25/04/2019
Parked by church. A wild and windy walk to summit and then short circular back. Day before Sevenoaks Circular.MichaelF16/03/2019
beckybags22/02/2019
A Peckish22/02/2019
Parked in the car park at the rear of the Cat and Custard. Field margins to high point - trig enclosed in water reservoir area fenced off.Drove down to view the Channel Tunnel complex.NormanW15/02/2019
Longwojo30/01/2019
andy6308/01/2019
scottfitzgerald12/12/2018
ngthack13/11/2018
Managed to park on grass verge at TR 19670 39790, to avoid using pub car park. Then a deviation from the line of the RoW passing through the same field.Isbjorn08/11/2018
David Gradwell04/11/2018
George Gradwell04/11/2018
Edwin Gradwell04/11/2018
Walked up from near Peene. Pleasant but uninspiring. Earlier walk on White Cliffs was much more fun.IanHHill29/09/2018
Martyn112/09/2018
Glenysj2112/09/2018
scoob08/09/2018
Fi08/09/2018
Short walk from the west past natural summit to roof of reservoirTopographer5707/08/2018
From the cat and custard pot with elizyanneGmacT08/07/2018
elizyanne08/07/2018
Clach Liath03/06/2018
Hard to call this an ascent! Drove all the way from South Wales to bag my last two Kent Marilyns and do some geocaching. Parked by the junction where the pub and church are then down the track and across the field diverting off the footpath for the last 100 meters or so to get to the given grid ref.Father Ted20/05/2018
tomandivy19/03/2018
Crumblie210/03/2018
Ben Rinnes18/02/2018
arjh14/02/2018
11/11 Interesting drive following sat nav! From pub (closed) car park in the dark followed track and field edge. Drove down a different way.SS09/02/2018
Summit is a hedge row in a field also there 2 trigs close by one is a reservoir compound and the other over looks the Euro tunnel. also great to visit the pillar boxes down the road.jmistry8618/01/2018
bwm14/01/2018
5/11M from paddlesworth.robertphillips05/11/2017
G3TQQ (Dave)29/10/2017
2/3 solo birthday kentumping. Unsatisfying Marilyn! Wat high point when farmer drove ominously into field. Didn't give me nae bother though.tumpawumpa24/10/2017
Ascent from the south to Paddlesworth villagebrandybordeaux16/09/2017
From Aerodrome road through fields.rhalstead09/09/2017
grumpy02/09/2017
geralddavison11/07/2017
First hill of the day on my whirlwind tour of Southeastern Marilyns. The walk from the parking space at the Cat and Custard, Paddlesworth, must be all of 300 m and perhaps 5 m of ascent, but the hill doesn't seem exciting enough to merit extension to a longer walk. Instead of a nice walk, I had a nice chat with the owner of the field. He was surprised to hear that he owns a Marilyn.Gill08/07/2017
With K. I slept around here somewhere in a van years ago.Ashley30/04/2017