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TP4024 - Horsenden Hill
1st Mar 2014 11:00 by Edgemaster
Foggy day, little visibility didn't think I'd have to say that trigging in London(!) Capital ring sects 9 & 10.
16th Feb 2014 11:53 by Trigpoint100
Up from the Grand Union Canal, very peaceful and spring like, amazed at the polyglot of languages we heard amongst fellow walkers. Great views N from the trig, and W if you walk 20 yds north, including Windsor Castle and the stream of planes coming into Heathrow. Whole of trig, incl FB, is painted in anti-vandal paint, centre and SE s/hole open and one of the top loops broken, otherwise vgc.
12th Jan 2014 13:15 by Ben Fogerty
Bagged whilst out on a run. Nice views west and north
Horsenden Hill trig Harrow on the Hill in the background
6th Jul 2013 13:20 by heavyhorses
Nice trig complete with pot of flowers on my visit, though they were looking a little worse for ware in the heat !
8th Apr 2013 20:22 by Malpas Wanderer
Here just as darkness fell. Nice views of the city lights.
16th Feb 2013 12:08 by catman
Walked on bank of canal then up the hill .First London borough top
14th Feb 2013 10:16 by THE CYCLIST
16th Sep 2012 08:15 by Foinavon
My first trig point in London!
12th Sep 2012 15:05 by KevP
Easy ascent from carpark. Grey trig and good views. Note, no charge for carpark.
26th Aug 2012 09:40 by MickandKim
Good view but a lot of single men walking about and parked on carpark
2nd Jun 2012 15:43 by dal
Still grey painted. Pleasant spot. Nice to take in three pillars on one walk without resort to transport between. Went to the England Belgium game afterwards.
31st Oct 2011 12:59 by Rob&Fiona
22nd May 2011 06:32 by Pyoung1s
25th Nov 2010 16:57 by dustyc09
A short climb from the car park, easily found, good views Difficulty 1 terrain 2
21st Sep 2010 20:53 by captain gore-tex
Nice spot and simple access
and another picture of it ©captain gore-tex
23rd Aug 2010 15:00 by watfordtrigs
The final trig on a journey including 5 from The Kiln - Belmont - Barn Hill - One Tree Hill This one definatley the favourite. The trig in fine condition with panoramic views with the chilterns visible in the north and the city in the south. Easy ascent into the suberbs to Sudbury Town station, changed at rayners lane and got the met home to watford, overall, satisfying day out trigging!
26th Jul 2010 13:25 by cmb1953
19th Jul 2010 10:50 by Arnand
Lovely views from this one. Parked in carpark just off Horsenden lane north. Trig still got its anti graffiti paint doing its job
15th Feb 2010 12:55 by Pharisee
Took the tube south to Sudbury Town and walked south west through the residential area then up the hill through the golf course. Watch out for golf balls!! The pillar is resplendent on itís cobbled plinth and is sporting a coat of Battleship Grey paint. The centre plug has been replaced with tar-mac but apart from that, the pillar is in good condition. The views are reasonable, particularly to the north and east.
25th Oct 2009 11:00 by MAC.HAWK
Nice short walk from Greenford to Alperton via this and One Tree Hill trig via the canal towpath. The trig is set atop a small nature reserve with a pleasant walk up to it through the woodland. OK view. NCOF
25th Oct 2009 11:00 by SUE-C
25th Oct 2009 11:00 by Rachel-C
21st Jan 2009 15:05 by Late starter
Walked to grey-painted trig from Barn Hill pillar. Good views of Surrey, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire from Middlesex! Could see Windsor Castle, Harrow on the Hill, Canary Wharf, the Gherkin, and BT Tower. Lovely wintery sun. Tarmac plug.
21st Jan 2009 15:05 by Bergfuehrer
Middlesex. The hill is a good viewpoint and you can see into four counties as well as Middlesex. Walked to this trig from Kingsbury via the surface block and Barn Hill. Afterwards we continued on foot following the canal to One Tree Hill Recreation Ground. Asphalt plug.
9th Dec 2008 13:20 by asbown
nice walk up from the canal, I was going to say I was in the area so could not resist nipping up to bag the trig but the truth is i was xmas shopping in Oxford street when a irresistible urge to rejoin the real world got the better of me,sure there are those who will argue that shopping in Oxford street is the real world and it's those looking at bits of concrete in fields that are in a all together stranger world.
7th Dec 2008 16:00 by Cipollini
Car park closed so had to park at pub. Quick sprint up the hill to arrive just as the sun was setting. Nice wintery views over west London at dusk. Anti-graffiti paint still doing its job on the TP.
Horsenden Hill Trig Point ©Cipollini
22nd Oct 2008 08:00 by Dart More
Lovely early morning views. Very easy access from the Capital Ring long distance footpath. Still grey covered and grafitti-free
6th Jul 2008 06:55 by AndyG
15th June trig badly covered in paint graffiti. Since then the council have been at work.Trig is now completely (including flush bracket,spider etc) covered in grey anti-graffiti paint.
3rd Jun 2008 19:55 by bluebeard
car park, noticeboard with map, stepped path up to the top of the hill, what more could you need.
31st Dec 2007 13:35 by walkergeoff
4th Aug 2007 20:04 by lonesome_cowboy_burt
Up from the canal, then down across the fields to Greenford. A lovely spot on a beautiful evening - busy with strollers, pic-nicers and others just enjoying the space.
29th Jul 2007 08:15 by AndyG
My closest trig. Just the latest visit of many to the trig that I pass on my regular early Sunday morning walks.
19th May 2007 15:40 by Ian Too
Up here to visit a geocache. There was a family posing for photos with the youngest pertched upon the pillar
8th Apr 2007 12:04 by dlatchana
Trigpoint in foreground This photo and others of area: tinyurl.com/39jcva
3rd Nov 2006 09:35 by Lodgebarn
Great views on a clear day.
30th Sep 2006 10:30 by Mr.Dewdrop
Mr D. at the Trig ©Mr.Dewdrop
7th Jun 2006 07:06 by Griefmiester
Nice city location - good condition and good views.
5th Jun 2006 12:40 by bhodisatva
Nice walk up to the trigpoint on my way to grab a cache. My very first one too.
12th Nov 2005 13:16 by S&G.Davison
Doing a few caches bagged this one two .. wierd thing was it looked like it had been used in some Sacrifice ?? On the top on the Piller On the 3 "lockDown points" where A triangular piece of red Plastic from a tail light and a woven string "bangle" attached to a Flower and a Smooth Stone. In the metal V sections on two of the ends where Jelly beans - Also a Dead Bird ...
Whats going on here ???? Strange Rituals ???©S&G.Davison
24th Oct 2005 13:19 by siloans
22nd Oct 2005 20:30 by The Rail Yorkie
26th Feb 2005 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, bitmac plug, paved around with granite setts, public area outside golf cse, good view
montaged by JWR ©peregrinus
9th Jan 2005 14:20 by NeverLost
On the edge of a golf course above the Grand Union Canal. Base well maintained with cemented cobble stones. A great day to fly a kite (unless you don't know how to fly a kite like the people in the background :-)
19th Jun 2004 12:35 by Phil Clayton
Walked up from canal. Fine views to the west and north west. Vegetation obscures views in other directions.
2nd May 2004 19:10 by The White Family
Great views from a popular spot.
20th Apr 2003 17:49 by kennamatic
Co-ords came up as N51 32.791' W000 19.545'with an elevation of 266ft. Weather wasn't too clear first thing but normally good views to the North and Harrow-On-The-Hill and also to the west, Heathrow and beyond.
FB Number Weather and my poor camera couldn't get a good pic of the view but at least the number was achievable.
21st Jun 2002 17:38 by The Steptoes
Another one visited when out geocaching.
3rd Dec 1998 13:44 by jimmy
17th May 1981 00:00 by RogerTempleman
Plain pillar on mown hill.
19th Jul 1978 23:36 by Rhayader_wanderer
representative date for a childhood trig one of the few open spaces to visit from home