Leith Hill

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Leith Hill

(lēth), 965 ft (294 m) high, Surrey, SE England; highest point of the North Downs. On the summit is a tower, from where there is a view on clear days of London and the English Channel.
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You can explore the trails through woodland, heathland and farmland before climbing to the top of the majestic Leith Hill Tower.
From Holmbury Hill you can walk across to nearby Leith Hill and climb Leith Hill Tower for stunning views across to London in the north and the coast in the south on a clear day.
(2) Bring boiled eggs to the imposing Leith Hill Tower this Sunday for the annual egg-rolling contest.
If you want to climb Leith Hill Tower however, that costs [pounds sterling]3 for adults and [pounds sterling]1 for children.
At Leith Hill you can go on trails through woodland, heathland and farmland before climbing to the top of the majestic Leith Hill Tower.
This beautiful woodland walk visits Leith Hill Tower -- the highest point in south-east England.
Start your trip at the well-known beauty spot and follow Westcott Road and Leith Hill Road to Leith Hill where you can stop to climb all 78 steps of the spiral stairs at Leith Hill Tower and gaze through a telescope.