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LEITH HILL

Leith Hill rising to a height of 294m is the second highest point in South East England, and is a popular stopping off point on the Greensand Way, where refreshments can be had from the base of its tower.

Built in 1765 by Richard Hull, the tower rises a further 100m above the summit of Leith Hill, where on a clear day, you can see the London skyline to the North East and English Channel to the South. 

The villages of Coldharbour and Holmbury St Mary are easily accessible from Leith Hill and provide options for mid-ride lunch stops at either the Plough Inn or The Royal Oak. venturing across Holmbury Hill, the Hurtwood Inn in Peaslake is a great stopping off point to grab a bite to eat and watch the world go by, alternatively sample Peaslake’s legendary cheese straws from the Village Store