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Name:Bedham Hill
Hill number:5450
Height:155m / 509ft
Parent (Ma):2908  Black Down
RHB Section:42: South-East England & the Isle of Wight
County/UA:West Sussex (CoU)
Class:Hump, Tump (100-199m), Clem
Grid ref:TQ 01470 22128
Summit feature:no feature
Col:33m  SU987242  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 197
(1:25k) OL34 134
Observations:flat summit area
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 63 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Wooded spot. High point on bank beside road.Pete West15/01/2019
Roadside parking on bend and then short tramp through ancient tangled woodland.Herbert Anchovy13/09/2018
Jenx and Bryher from the hairpin parking. Nice bluebells, trig after for puddingnordicstar13/05/2018
With K. A trivialityAshley09/03/2018
In primeval -feeling deciduous forest with many fallen mossy trees. HP not obvious on flattish tree and bramble strewn top but we thought it by an oak. Orange tinged skies after sunny springlike day. Nearby but lower trig felt more like the proper top!Denise 18/01/2018
Large level summit in messy woodland. Easy access.RichardM18/01/2018
same round as Mark Jackson except I took 40 mins longer.trimarc224/10/2017
5hr circuit from Pulborough station: Park Mound, Fittleworth Common, Hesworth Common, Bedham Hill, Toat Hill, BroomershillMark Jackson29/08/2017
Parked on Crimbourne Lane and walked across via Hawkhurst Court (take the RH fork through the property): a very pleasant walk if somewhat damp underfoot followed by a walk around summit area and a loop back. Accompanied by Rosalie who was a muddy but happy canine at the end.JOHNS29/07/2017
Bagged Flexham Park trig to the west where all the mature trees have been harvested before Bedham Hill HuMP summit in woods.Dugswell208/09/2016
Just a forgettable wooded summit off Wakestone Lane (Bedham) as a bag, but a interesting walk if The Mens is included. I started at the small WT car pk off Crimbourne Lane (about 024236). 4 miles, route finding needed, sunny.pwheeler26/05/2016
Very short walk to woodland summit.RobertP14/12/2015
3/5 Third of five on wet day (Reigat Hill/Littleton Downs/Bedham Hill/Kithurst Hill/Crowborough Hill)Fergalh12/12/2015
Up and down on bridleway.rhalstead18/10/2015
From bend in road.jimbloomer10/01/2015
Grey murky calm morning,leafless trees,nothing stirring. 10 years since I last stopped off here,but I only visited the trig then thinking that was the top. History of Magna Carta on radio.Chris Pearson05/01/2015
Gibbet Hill, Black Down, Telegraph Hill, Bedham Hill and Leith Hill on way to London. Gibbet and Leith are both very good for South East.simon and co07/09/2014
From Crimbourne Farmsqueegs29/06/2014
From hairpin bend, visited trig also.Chris Peart28/06/2014
Saw a pair of long-tailed tits in the woods. More interesting than the top but it was my last Hump for area 42.clivevilla01/03/2014
P at sharp bend. The copse is pretty flat.chrisbien24/04/2013
Light rain as I walked through trees to a trig at 151m. HuMP top on the lane above where I had left the car. No views trees. 8.30.arranc28/02/2013
A walk into the woods from the road to the north. Nothing much to see.Biffin27/05/2012
unremarkable, will easily be forgotten.JohnStoneham26/02/2012
Parked in a good space by a hairpin bend on the narrow road to Bedham 5-bar gate opposite leads to trig in trees (good job leafless or would be difficult to see). Not very inspiring hill.Best was autumn colours along the road.David Rawden15/11/2011
Des mentions top under a fallen tree. Which one? Actually quite enjoyed this one whilst it lasted. Not a mile wide track to it.Martin R21/08/2011
Both the Trig point and the Summitt are hard to find up here though you get less scratched finding the Trig point. Simialr experience to Des, lots of fallen trees and high point near one of them.Father Ted03/09/2010
Parking not bad. Bird reserve and forest being allowed (by the look of it) to look after itself. Easy climbing over fallen trees and bits and pieces. Summit could be anywhere - GPS gave under a fallen tree!destaylor09/02/2009
With: solo; Drove past and parked off minor road to locate high point.Ian Baines08/01/2006
thru wdld NW from road at hairpin bend RHW20/10/2002
carole engel02/03/2017
Colin Crawford28/06/2014
Campbell Singer25/09/2013
Alan Whatley25/09/2013