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Detling Hill (North Downs) 202.2m (663ft)

Summit Feature: Not recorded
Classification: Clem, Notable, Hump, LRT, Marilyn, P30 Tump.
OS Grid Ref: TQ803586 (10 figure Grid Ref: TQ8034758658).
UK Area: 42 - South-East England & the Isle of Wight (OS Maps 1:50k 178,188. 1:25k 148.)
Latitude: 51.29848, Longitude: 0.58556, Height: 202.2 metres (663 feet)
Prominence: 164 metres (538 feet)
Unique Waypoint POI Name: 0202.P (DoBIH Hill ID: 2920)

Associated Child Hill(s):
   Beech Pollard (125m, p47);    Blackhouse Hill (97m, p31);    Chartham Downs (111m, p35);    Cheriton Hill (188m, p149);    Clapham Hill (68m, p31);    Court-at-Street Hill (106m, p10);    Goldwell Hill (79m, p30);    Green Hill (161m, p53);    Staner Hill (57m, p54);    Stocks Hill (65m, p62);    Sugarloaf Hill (135m, p30);    Summerhouse Hill (148m, p51);    Swinge Hill (174m, p63);    The Mount (152m, p41);    Tolsford Hill (183m, p61);    West Down (186m, p73);

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Data courtesy of the Database of British and Irish Hills

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Detling Hill (North Downs) List & GPS Waypoints:

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  • '0202.P' TQ803586 Detling Hill (North Downs) (202m, p164)

Member's Comments on Detling Hill (North Downs)...

  • Chris Pearson says...
  • Summit forms part of White Horse Wood, Kent County Council's newest country park, set within the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.A Site of Nature Conservation Interest,over 20,000 trees have recently been planted here including oak, ash, silver birch, wild cherry and crab apple. An easy access route around the park, perfect for wheelchairs and pushchairs, takes in both the summit (meeting of paths by a bench) and the 1 metre lower and separately listed trig pillar -with its Kentish Horse emblem painted on the sides. Popular with model aircraft flyers. My first visit (@20yrs ago probably only visited the trig so back for bench summit to make sure. Park website informs that there is no kindling or logshop.
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Detling Hill (North Downs) has been climbed by...

Adrian agentmancuso Andrew Brown AndrewFinnimore andys Areluctant-triggeR arrans assynt_bob beckybags bramley Brunshaw bwm Carole Chalky1953 Chicki Chris Pearson chriswatson citygent clivevilla Colin Crawford Conrad daveeabrown daveyf2001 David Gradwell Denise Des Taylor Dugswell2 edgradwell gerrybowes GI0AZA GordonAdshead Griefmiester iaindbrown IainT Ian Baines Jacqdaw Jakespeare Jane T Jim.Fothergill jonglew Lindsay M Liz_N ngthack Nick Down Nick Wakelam nordicstar NormanW oakesave PM rhalstead rhw RichTea rockdoctor Sandman snaithd Sprog Steve S stevedixon SteveG stevent0809 StigoftheNest Tony J tundraboy vegibagger


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Data courtesy of the Database of British and Irish Hills


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