Winter Hill near Cookham Dean - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
Handheld virtual tour panorama taken from a viewpoint on Winter Hill near Quarry Wood and Cookham Dean in Berkshire. From here you can see over the River Thames, Marlow and the hills to the north. Image taken whilst on a country walk with friends from Cookham to Maidenhead in April 2012. This walk is listed as Walk 24 in the Time Out Country Walks volume 1.
Winter Hill near Cookham Dean - FURTHER INFORMATION
Winter Hill near Cookham Dean - Cookham visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Winter Hill near Cookham Dean' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Berkshire.
Winter Hill is a 60m high hill with a steep northern face in the Thames Valley, next to Quarry Wood and Cock Marsh in Berkshire. It is just north of Cookham Dean. At the top of the hill is a lay-by and viewpoint with good views north over Cock Marsh, the River Thames, and northwards over Marlow and Bourne End.
Close to the top of Winter Hill is The Mount, former home of Kenneth Grahame who wrote The Wind in the Willows. The house is now a school.
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
Train: Cookham Station (with a change at Maidenhead for services from London Paddington) and then walk 1.5 miles down Dean Lane. Road:Winter Hill is about 0.5 miles from Cookham Dean and 2.1 miles from Cookham. Cookham is 35 miles west of London on the M4, A4 and A4094. It is about 35 miles southeast of Oxford on the M40 and A4094 and 4 miles north of Maidenhead.