The White Hill Challock is situated in Kent.
Starting from Ashford,
the White Hill Challock ascent is 2.78 km long. Over this distance, you climb 128 heightmeters.
The average percentage thus is 14.3 %.
The maximum slope is 12 %.
Stories, information and comments from White Hill Challock climbers
Story by Clive B from Milton Keynes, United Kingdom, submitted on 14/08/2012
I grew up in the Challock area many years ago. I have cycled doen the White Hill, but had to push my cycle up it for most of the way. You need very good brakes when decending. You would have to be very fit to cucle all the way up the hill. The road is very busy so wear some bright reflective gear so that car drivers can see you. The road is not very wide for cars to pass you. An alternative route to Challock is via the(Eastwell I think) park up to Challock Church. It is very quiet and enjoyable. There is a very steep hill from Challock Church up to a pub past Challock primary School, which I attended. Beautiful countryside and lovely fresh air.