Leith Hill :: Shared Description

Leith Hill reaches 965 ft above sea level, the highest point on the Greensand Ridge, and is the second highest point in south-east England, after Walbury Hill near Hungerford, West Berkshire, 974 ft high. The Hill is crowned by a tower LinkExternal link .
The woodland around the hill is managed by the National Trust and has waymarked trails.
by N Chadwick
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10 images use this description:

TQ1443 : Footpath junction, Cockshot Hollow, Leith Hill by N Chadwick
TQ1443 : Bridleway to Leith Hill by N Chadwick
TQ1343 : Steps to Leith Hill by Oast House Archive
TQ1343 : Donation Cairn, Leith Hill by N Chadwick
TQ1343 : Leith Hill Tower, Leith Hill by N Chadwick
TQ1343 : View from Leith Hill by N Chadwick
TQ1443 : Leith Hill Woods by N Chadwick
TQ1443 : Byway to Coldharbour by N Chadwick
TQ1443 : Cockshot Hollow, Leith Hill by N Chadwick
TQ1443 : Conifers, Leith Hill by N Chadwick


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Created: Thu, 6 Oct 2011, Updated: Thu, 6 Oct 2011

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