All Details & GPS Waypoint

Hurst Hill 168m (551ft)

Classification: Hill Trigpoint*, Clem, P30 Tump.
OS Grid Ref: TQ629543 (10 figure Grid Ref: TQ6299754384).
The original GR data for this hill was only accurate to a 6 figure grid reference (c.a 100m).
We have used additional user / trigpoint data to bring it up to 10 figures.

UK Area: 42 - South-East England & the Isle of Wight (OS Maps 1:50k 188. 1:25k 148.)
Latitude: 51.26531, Longitude: 0.33495, Height: 168 metres (551 feet)
Prominence: 70 metres (230 feet)
Unique Waypoint POI Name: 0168.- (DoBIH Hill ID: 18465)

Associated Parent Hill:
   Botley Hill (270m, p209)

Associated Trigpoint:
  TP3406 'Hurst Wood'* Grid Ref: TQ6299754384 Separation: 133m from Hill grid ref.
  * This trigpoint may have been reported missing or destroyed


External Links for Hurst Hill:
-GeoHack link... -OS Map Bing link... -Google Map link... -Geograph link... -Hurst Hill on hill-bagging.co.uk... -Hurst Wood on trigpointinguk.com...

Data courtesy of the Database of British and Irish Hills

Selected mapping: Google or Bing / Ordnance Survey

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Hurst Hill List & GPS Waypoints:

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  • '0168.-' TQ629543 Hurst Hill (168m, p70)
  • * This trigpoint may have been reported missing or destroyed

Member's Comments on Hurst Hill...

  • JohnR says...
  • Helen, Molly and I walked west into Mereworth Woods from The Moody Mare pub carpark. The Trigpoint was well hidden in deep beech woods covered in bramble but access was OK from the public footpath - 09/07/2021.
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Member's Grid References for Hurst Hill...

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Hurst Hill has been climbed by...

Adrian Andrew Brown Areluctant-triggeR Carole Chris Pearson Griefmiester JohnR jonglew ngthack rhw stevent0809

 

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* The waypoint data in italics is only accurate to a 6 fig grid reference. Click here to learn how to help improve it.
Data courtesy of the Database of British and Irish Hills



 

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