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Name:Hampstead Lane
Hill number:5579
Height:116m / 381ft
Parent (Ma):2874  Wendover Woods [Haddington Hill]
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Greater London (CoU)
London Borough:Haringey (LB)
Grid ref:TQ 26871 87564
Summit feature:ground by footpath E of junction
Col:116m  TQ268875  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 176
(1:25k) 173
Comments:Replaced by hill 7825 Highgate as Haringey LB top, Jan 2012
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 74 users)ByDate of Ascent
Lockdown bike ride from Oakwood to Hampstead Heath, Hampstead Lane and Highgate. Got a puncture and had to walk back!Mark Jackson02/05/2020
Social distancing London walk.atreides788719/04/2020
8/11. Parked on the Bishops Place + coffee stop at Kenmore House.Bramley21/01/2020
Second top along the B519 Ridge.summitter17/09/2018
On a walk from Hampstead to Highgate with Evan.Dangerous Dave23/04/2018
TD, C & HThis Dog17/02/2018
A brief detour after visiting Kenwood House.mrs_ts704/02/2018
Walk from home via top end of the Heath. Spaniards was packed so headed to Highgate Village for lunch!jedthehumanoid26/12/2017
The third High of the day. Again the current high point is, as previously identified, just East of the junction with The Bishops Avenue, without an apostrophe.Sixtyplus21/03/2017
Roadside parking on The Bishops Avenue, some seriously swanky houses here, more like gated fortresses! Took a late night stroll back up the hill to junc with Hampstead Lane where the HP seems to be.jonglew07/02/2017
Long run loop from Madia Vale up via Hampstead Heath. Navigational support on bike by DTL. GFE joined on foot.Fionalevey29/12/2016
Run from hotel near Barbican.stever10/10/2016
Whilst in London for a training course, Solo walk....Underground from Euston to Hampstead, up Heath Street to Hampstead Heath. Along Spaniards Road and Hampstead Lane to Highgate and Highgate Hill. return to Euston from Archway.Dave12/07/2016
Included in a 4.3 mile walk from Hampstead Hwath with mny daughter visiting Keats Hiuse, 2 Willow road, Modernist house of Ernö Goldfinger, Boadiceas Barrow and Kenwood House then easily to the road for this one. Onwards to visit Hampstead Heath top.Dazingdale21/04/2016
While walking from Hampstead Heath to HighgatePeterD30/10/2015
Walking between Highgate and Hampstead Heath.clivevilla20/05/2015
Brief halt after Hampstead Heath and Spaniards Inn. Should have made time to visit the newly reopened and free Kenwood House (English Heritaqe)Chris Pearson26/04/2015
Boundary appears to run along back of footway: highest point is a short way E of traffic lightsRHW25/01/2015
With Tom Leach. A surprise bag!AGWilliamson17/12/2013
The third in the Hampstead walk. Getting hungry now.steverd09/06/2013
Highgate-Hampstead circular. Cold March evening. After Highgate down the Lane to Hampstead. By impressive Spaniards Inn and the road of same name to GR of top. Mmmm. Onto final stop St. John's Wood Park.nordicstar19/03/2013
Did it in passing..A nondescript Ex London top :-( (Just taking advantange of London Midland Railways Great Escape...London for £15 !)heavyhorses23/02/2013
Parked on The Bishops Avenue did on way to the other boring Hampstead top.simon and co06/09/2012
Clare and Charles bagged this one whilst picking up the County of London Historic topBHMC26/12/2011
Clare and Charles after bagging the Historic county top of London.alwaysinshorts26/12/2011
Fairly flat around here. We were walking and geocaching around the Finchley and Hampstead area.CandS3729/08/2010
Biked from home (Kew) and took up Nort of Hampstead Heat station. Took some time over Parliament hill before finally ariving at The Spaniards Inn and down to Hampstead Lane.NilsOS17/06/2010
A fairly soggy walk that took in the tops of Camden, Harringey and Islington plus Highgate CemetaryOverthehilljill05/10/2009
Tricky to tell where. There is a new boundary marker. Just wander around. Top may be in the middle of the junction - but a bit dangerous.destaylor16/05/2008
Bagged this without even realising it whilst doing the historic County of London top.wheresthepath11/09/2004
unknown dateSJ00/00/1995
Martin R11/11/2017
Nomad Perkins19/02/2017
andrew brown16/12/2015
Swindon Bagger13/06/2015