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Name:Muswell Hill
Hill number:5397
Height:198m / 650ft
Parent (Ma):2874  Wendover Woods [Haddington Hill]
RHB Section:39: Central and Eastern England
County/UA:Buckinghamshire
Catchment:Thames
Class:Hump, Tump (100-199m), Clem
(Hu,Tu,1,Cm)
Grid ref:SP 64125 15311
Summit feature:ground 7m NW of trig point
Drop:126m
Col:72m  SP693154  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 164 165
(1:25k) 180E
Observations:ground is 1m higher than base of trig point
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 121 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Parked by gate and PROW to the SE then easy walk through pasture to trig pillar. Several horse jumps in field. Good distant views.cjo17/12/2023
Parked on summit road near footpath. visited trig and high pointJephcote8306/01/2023
Parked on summit road near footpath. visited trig and high pointIvy Jephcote06/01/2023
Parked on summit road near footpath. visited trig and high pointIris Jephcote06/01/2023
From small space near gate SW summit at start of ROW path. Over style into field to trip and summit... barely above surrounding area mainly flat as the eye can see. Evening whilst in Oxford.N.Morters22/09/2022
Parked on the verge where the PRoW (path) begins. Easy stroll over the pasture to the trig & HP just beyond. reasonable views to the E.DanMaisieBex19/09/2022
Possible to park just inside the access road to Muswellhill Grange. Only realised following a traffic heavy walk along the B4011.summitter18/08/2022
Quick Bag from Footpath to the South West. Enough Room to pull the car onto the verge without blocking the gate. Good Views from the summit. visited the trig and the high point.Jephcote8312/12/2021
Visited trig point as part of circular walk from Brill via Borstall and abandoned golf course.Gareth188610/12/2021
Up n Across sheep field trig S1460 very unusual low number possibly one of the lowest.vegibagger24/08/2021
There's just enough room to park to the SE, from where the trig is visible. Easy stroll across sheep pasture.milimana02/11/2020
Bike and walks: Haddenham station - Burn Hill - Waddesdon Hill - Lodge Hill - Ashendon Hill - Dorton Hill - North Hill - Muswell Hill - Arncott Hill - Graven Hill - Bicester Village station.Mark Jackson12/09/2020
Got the train to Haddenham & Thame Parkway after work, then cycled to the hill. My first new top (and first country bike ride) since lockdown - great to be bagging hills again, with great weather and views too.Richard22/07/2020
3rd hill of day and 1st where actually sure stood on highest point. Parked on grass at entrance to Muswell Hill Farmhouse took footpath to Muswellhill Grange. Through gate 150m on right and across field to trig pillar and adjacent high point to the NW. Circuitous return towards SW corner of field which looked higher from trig but is clearly not when viewed in opposite direction. Back through gate and return to van.mntainman19/07/2020
Short leg stretch. Followed path from road. Trig easily spotted in adjacent field. On way back from Coventry with Geraldine.Pete West05/07/2020
Parked to SSW on grass verge by high point of road at SP 6404 1513 - Across road, along farm track for about 100m & then up through farm gate & across to summit & trig point. Wooden benches have seen better days! (S)gerrybowes27/05/2020
Short 10 mile loop from Oakley Forest crossing two summit.atreides788708/03/2020
Here for the trig point. TP:UK log: Parking and route as Nekyram. Great views even on a wet day. With cionea. S1460 Muswell Hill Muswell Hill selfie ©thejackrustles (Delete) (Edit)thejackrustles07/10/2019
Walk around the countryside bagging a few low level peaksSockpan30/09/2019
6th hill of 8 on a 36km traverse from Stone to Bicester climbing Burn Hill, Waddesdon Hill, Ashendon, Dorton and North Hill, continuing along the road descending and then ascending to take fp then heading direct for the top. I explored the high ground near the Trig point and then went over to near the transmission tower (just lower). I used the track to head back onto the lane past Piddington wood heading for Arncott...Dazingdale06/07/2019
About the only hill on our route from Swindon to Milton Keynes. And a good one for views. On this visit the trig was surrounded by cows with calves.Newton Maximus05/05/2019
Roadside parking. Footpath from SE across grass to trig. Solo.Dangerous Dave10/03/2019
Parked on verge at start of farm road to south. With B and R.jenx09/12/2018
From Piddington Church south on the trail up the hill and to the summit, returning by minor roads. Solo.Man of Kernow112/11/2018
With NS. Parked by the road high point at the track junction. Very quick bag. Strange weather : dry but a stiff southerly breeze, ridiculously warm for the time of year. Lovely viewpoint.Owen B14/10/2018
Repeat with Jenx and Bryher from same parking spotnordicstar12/09/2018
Must be one of the easiest HuMPs around. Didn't realise the woodwork in the undergrowth next to summit was a bench till I read the logs!Aye Jimmy25/08/2018
From Brill. Extensive views!twg2704/02/2018
ROW, gate, thorough the sheep to the trig. Bench now in nettles. Views in all directions.tim74703/10/2016
.CreakingHiker03/10/2016
The smallest of SSSI's measuring just 50m x 50m lies to west of the trig. This is a geological 'uncertainty' with 'problematic sandstones' not to mention sandy ironstones, of uncertain age and depositional circumstances. A specialist Cretaceous / Jurassic transition expert is sought to unravel this geological conundrum - any takers?Chris Pearson02/10/2016
With K. In dark. Easily found from footpath to SE. Bench has been put near trig which suggests access may be welcome. Stung my leg in dark!Ashley29/09/2016
Parked at Piddington Church and followed pleasant ROW (NB: wet ground in places) to near summit- just off ROWs but evidently no problem accessing it. Extensive views on a cool showery day, though the relatively low altitude means you can't pick out many distant hills. Back by quiet lanes. Brother, Pete, says by using paths to E you pass local butterfly reserves.pwheeler18/04/2016
Short walk from road, initially along FP. Gate into field with Trig, was open.PeterD31/03/2016
Lovely view, old wooden seats just off the PROW by the trig point.Swindon Bagger16/01/2016
From Sjimbloomer10/10/2015
The trig point is well sited in the middle of a grass field and near a path, but the ground near the road appears higher so I covered both. Part of a long bike ride from Haddenham station over 5 Tumps and returning to Haddenham for the journey back to Londontrimarc205/08/2015
Field of recently cut grass, highest point just NW of trig point, excellent views. Easy access via footpath from road.RichardM02/08/2015
9/10 Quick bag for penultimate one of day. Short walk from gate to trig pillar in centre of fieldFergalh07/03/2015
Three huge benches by trig. Nice for a sit down to enjoy the view, if you can avoid the sheep poo.ngthack22/08/2014
Took path from SE - easier parking on verge.Chris Peart06/08/2014
From track to farm, just room to get off road in car. Pleasant trig / views from top. En route to Welwyn. Brill hill next.nordicstar15/05/2014
Walk across on a signed path on grass through sheep to Trig 1460. 11.00arranc14/10/2012
Searched out the summit after an orienteering event at Brill.JohnW13/10/2012
HMP Bullingdon - Thame Pkwy Station. Crossing the bloated River Thame later in the day proved exasperating!Smudge06/10/2012
A short trespass of under 100m required across a field to gain this summit.jonglew28/07/2012
Walk along road from Brill. Past a windmillChinnockC04/06/2012
Parked just passed entry to Muswell Hill Manor, through gate to trig next to cross country jumps. Super views on lovely morning and my completion of 11 HuMPs in 24 hrs from 10:20 on 05/03/12 to 10:15 06/03/12.Dugswell206/03/2012
With DP from Cambridge doing all the Chiltern HuMPs in a day. A surprisingly pleasant hill with surprisingly pleasant views - we parked at 640151 and did triangle along both rights of way. Trig is in field full of horse jumps.Mark Jackson18/02/2012
HuMP-bagging day trip to the Chilterns with Mark Jackson. Parked on the verge at the end of the farm drive SW of summit.davidpettit8418/02/2012