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Shrubs Hill 81m (266ft)

Classification: P30 Tump.
OS Grid Ref: SU964678 This data is currently only accurate to a 6 figure grid reference (c.a 100m).
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UK Area: 42 - South-East England & the Isle of Wight (OS Maps 1:50k 175,176. 1:25k 160.)
Latitude: 51.40105, Longitude: -0.615586, Height: 81 metres (266 feet)
Prominence: 32 metres (105 feet)
Unique Waypoint POI Name: 0081.- (DoBIH Hill ID: 18609)

Associated Parent Hill:
   Butser Hill (270m, p158)

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Member's Comments on Shrubs Hill...

  • Chris Pearson says...
  • Look out for Brucie, Cliff or Elton out bagging from the exclusive nearby Wentworth estate. Other nearby big fish includes the British record capture of a pike, weighing 58 lb 5oz (really?) from Virginia Water. The lake was drained during WWII, as its recognisable shape might provide enemy guidance at night to nearby Windsor Castle. The top lies on the edge of the Fort Belvedere castle estate which was the the site of Edward VIII's abdication as King in 1936. I walked north through Coworth Park polo club (on ROW)who offer 'a foray into a world of unparalleled recreational delight'. Sounds like peak bagging to me?
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Shrubs Hill has been climbed by...

Andrew Brown Chris Pearson Dugswell2 jonglew rhw stevent0809

 

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