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List of highest points in London

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List of highest points in London

This is a list of the highest points above sea level in London, England. Only places that are at least 100 metres are included. All are lower than London's highest building, the Shard London Bridge

Location London borough OS grid reference Height[1]
Westerham Heights Bromley 0.060|source:enwiki-osgb36(TQ436564) name=

}}) || 245 metres (804 ft) [1]

Sanderstead Plantation Croydon -0.072|source:enwiki-osgb36(TQ343618) name=

}}) || 175 metres (574 ft) [1]

Bushey Heath Harrow -0.335|source:enwiki-osgb36(TQ152937) name=

}}) || 153 metres (502 ft) [1]

Stanmore Hill Harrow -0.318|source:enwiki-osgb36(TQ164934) name=

}}) || 152 metres (499 ft)

Arkley Barnet -0.238|source:enwiki-osgb36(TQ219956) name=

}}) || 147 metres (482 ft) [1]

Clockhouse Recreation Ground Sutton -0.160|source:enwiki-osgb36(TQ282598) name=

}}) || 147 metres (482 ft) [1]

Highwood Hill Barnet -0.240|source:enwiki-osgb36(TQ218941) name=

}}) || 145 metres (476 ft) [1]

Harrow Weald Common Harrow -0.340|source:enwiki-osgb36(TQ149931) name=

}}) || 145 metres (475 ft)[2]

Hampstead Heath (North End) Camden -0.176|source:enwiki-osgb36(TQ264867) name=

}}) || 134 metres (440 ft) [1]

Shooter's Hill Greenwich 0.071|source:enwiki-osgb36(TQ438765) name=

}}) || 132 metres (433 ft) [1]

Highgate (North Hill) Haringey/Islington -0.150|source:enwiki-osgb36(TQ282878) name=

}}) || 129 metres (423 ft) [1]

Pinner Hill Harrow/Hillingdon -0.401|source:enwiki-osgb36(TQ107916) name=

}}) || 126 metres (413 ft)

Scratchwood Barnet -0.264|source:enwiki-osgb36(TQ201953) name=

}}) || 125 metres (410 ft)

Harrow Hill Harrow -0.336|source:enwiki-osgb36(TQ153874) name=

}}) || 124 metres (408 ft)[2]

Bournwell Hill Barnet/Enfield -0.184|source:enwiki-osgb36(TQ256976) name=

}}) || 115 metres (377 ft) [1]

Sydenham Hill (Crystal Palace) Lewisham/Southwark -0.072|source:enwiki-osgb36(TQ340721) name=

}}) || 112 metres (367 ft) [1]

Westow Hill (Crystal Palace) Bromley/Croydon/Lambeth -0.077|source:enwiki-osgb36(TQ337707) name=

}}) || 110 metres (361 ft) [1]

Havering-atte-Bower Havering 0.184|source:enwiki-osgb36(TQ512930) name=

}}) || 105 metres (344 ft) [1]

Muswell Hill Haringey -0.148|source:enwiki-osgb36(TQ283896) name=

}}) || 105 metres (344 ft)[3][4]

Woodcock Hill, Harefield Hillingdon -0.459|source:enwiki-osgb36(TQ067915) name=

}}) || 103 metres (338 ft)

Ferny Hill (Enfield Chase) Enfield -0.149|source:enwiki-osgb36(TQ280979) name=

}}) || 102 metres (334 ft)

Highgate Hill Camden/Haringey/Islington -0.141|source:enwiki-osgb36(TQ288872) name=

}}) || 100 metres (328 ft) [1]

‡ was the highest point of the County of London

† neither a natural summit nor an extreme height at the perimeter.

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