The South East 4 Peaks

Conquering 4 of the least interesting County Tops in the UK

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Betsom’s Hill

Significance: Highest peak in Kent (Traditional CT)
Member of: N/A
Elevation: 251 m
Date climbed: 3rd November 2013
Coordinates: 51°17′18″N 0°03′26″E   
Route Start / End: N/A … not route as such as the summit is on private land. Drive to the closest point, take photo. Boom.
Route Stats: 0km in 0 mins. + 0m elevation gain
Subsidiary tops on route: None
Other routes touched: None

 

Chrishall Common

Significance: Highest peak in Essex (Traditional CT)
Member of: N/A
Elevation: 147 m
Coordinates: 52° 0' 19'' N, 0° 6' 5'' E    

Great Chishill

Significance: Highest peak in Cambridgeshire (Traditional CT)
Member of: N/A
Elevation: 146 m
Coordinates: 52° 1' 39'' N, 0° 4' 45'' E  

Both hills

Date climbed: 17th November 2013
Route Start / End: Great Chishill Village Hall
Route Stats: 9.2km in 3 hours 15 mins. + 78m elevation gain
Subsidiary tops on route: None
Other routes touched: None

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