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Name:Dunley Hill
Hill number:5443
Height:227m / 745ft
Parent (Ma):2907  Leith Hill
RHB Section:42: South-East England & the Isle of Wight
County/UA:Surrey (CoU)
Class:Hump, Tump (200-299m), Clem
Grid ref:TQ104490 (est)
Col:122m  TQ112482  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 187
(1:25k) 146
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 88 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Detour from NDW, wondered round the flat summit area for a whilelerritt20/09/2019
Through pleasant beech woodland from carpark to the north east. Trig behind intrusive reservoir. Hard to imagine any sightings ever possible from this trig location. Continue to pick up the North Downs Way heading west which revealed pleasant views from southern flank of North Downs. There are a number of WWII pill boxes forming the Stop Line, a last ditched defence of London. We returned through the bluebell decked woods along the ridge. With Geraldine & TiaranPete West17/03/2019
After Dunley Wood trig. Located the HP by navigating to the tiny pond in the woods. Lots of Squirrels.DanMaisieBex17/03/2019
44km bagging loop around the Mole Valley in good conditions.atreides788709/02/2019
Continuing to fill in the North Downs Way. From Dorking to Chilworth (21.3km) with trimarc2.Fionalevey10/12/2018
Lovely bluebell Woods, flat summit area, with Jenx and Bryher. Walked up from minor road to East inc trignordicstar10/05/2018
A short solo stroll on a delightful spring afternoon, the trig point cutting an unloved figure amidst scrub.JOHNS01/05/2018
From Gomshall station car park (free) at TQ 08904 47860. Followed the A25 west through the village. Then RoW north through woods to join the North Downs Way east. Then forest paths and thrash through open woodland to flat unmarked summit area. To return, rejoined North Downs Way east, then RoW south and west over Hackhurst Down to a lane, and so back into village. A dry autumn day. Solo.Man of Kernow122/09/2017
With K. Trig rarely visited. Actual top hard to locate. Lovely wood.Ashley02/10/2016
9 Tumps / 20 miles between Holmwood and Dorking stations: Leith, Holmbury, Pitch, Warren, Dunley, Longmoor, Bury, Tower, Terrace. On walk over passed Peaslake village fete and the 4m deep cut Rad Lane. Top is a short distance from the path to N through fairly crossable woodland. The views are from the N Downs Way to the S.Mark Jackson29/08/2016
Parked in the free White Down car park. A very pleasant walk to the summit through lovely woodland. With JT and HT.Sprog21/08/2016
By bike from Dorking Station and only a short distance from car park to NE via bridleways. Trig point is sadly situated alongside water installation, and is neglected. But this hill is part of Ranmore Common which is a superb woodland area and typical of this part of N Downstrimarc209/02/2016
From car park to E; flat summit area.RobertP14/12/2015
Pleasent woodland paths from White Down car park. summit fairly level woodland, nice ferns.RichardM12/12/2015
moss covered, in trees, SW of reservoir enclosureDenise 12/12/2015
2/4 Did a few quick bags on my trip cross country before the rain started. Surrey Hill/Dunley Hill/Holmbury Hill/Leith HillFergalh28/11/2015
Found the summit with Pete after a walk through the wood from Dunley Wood car pk- a satisfying approach. Cloud on and off top. I have been within 100 m (3 m ascent) of the top countless times on the NDW, a section associated with sunshine flowers and butterflies. I'd recommend the NDW between Shalford and Reigate Hill as its nicest, and certainly most rural part, with lots of variation possible on adjoining access land. The visit to the Hu summit will be a once only affair!pwheeler07/11/2015
Parked in White Down car park (TQ 11453 49455). Went to spot height in middle of woodmusing gps, but all ground looks about same height. Highlight of route was trig point in Dunley Wood and pleasant return walk along stretch of North Down WaySteveSmith04/03/2015
10 mile circular around the NDW. Easy.BAPPA124/01/2015
Like the others from the car park to the east. Straight forward to find junction in paths adjacent to top.simon and co15/05/2014
Parked in carpark to NE and then followed the most obvious path SW, took a right just before it started to go downhill and ended up at what I believed to be roughly the right area. Quite nice woods so a pleasant stroll.Herbert Anchovy24/03/2014
Good car park (to east), easy tracks, lovely woods, but rubbish flat top with no summit feature or view. Easy detour to trig by reservoir on way back to carHillsidenick05/05/2013
P NE of top. Followed ROW till due S of top then went through the wood. Pretty flat.chrisbien23/04/2013
from Denbies vineyardTeasyChris20/04/2013
I visited the trig and then along to the summit area. It could be anywhere - I hate these flat forested summits.Chris Peart10/04/2013
A short detour from the North Downs Way. Wondered around in the woods for a while, highest point could be anywhere.rhalstead02/02/2013
Used GPS to the HuMP among fallen trees and tree litter. No cairn or markers. 11.20.arranc15/10/2012
A lovely forested area.JohnStoneham15/04/2012
Parked at car park to SE as it looked easier to find the top by approaching from the south and noting the shapes of the woods. It was easier although who knows where the top is?clivevilla26/02/2012
aka Hackhurst Downs.From road to east.Via trig on rrturn. After New Year at Ditchling with L's parents. Heading back north to Sheffield (and QE)Chris Pearson04/01/2012
This hill was on the Founders Challenge until they changed the route in 2012philhythe23/10/2011
Bloody heightism - did this in bad temper as unable to get in car park because of barrier. Trees - at least they are native onesMartin R20/08/2011
Bagged as part of cycle ride of the area. Didn't realise until got back and checked my GPX that I'd done it. Large Wooded area.
From east. Lots of bits of paths. All very confusing. Top next to impossible to find without GPS. Could be anywhere as its flat and forested. Top the multi pollarded beech??destaylor03/11/2008
Park north of National Trust Car Park at SSN cpark. Lovely Surrey style mixed woodland. Flattish summit in wood, GPS works but signal weak.Dugswell218/08/2007
Really nice day.BloodMonk05/05/2007
Parked in the Abinger Roughs car park. Headed west to Broomy Downs and from there north up the North Downs. Once on top found the 227 spot height in a blue bell wood. Then went on to the trig point by the covered reservoir.garyhoney04/04/2004
a few m SW of resr compound in deciduous wdld, no view. tk SW from road RHW08/08/2002
The Maise05/02/2019
carole engel27/02/2017