There is some controversy as to whether Leith Hill is the tallest hill in the south-east (a nebulous region unless you take the European MEP constituency as your guide). Leith Hill is 974 feet tall and, through the artificial addition of a tower, can be said to rise above 1000 feet. However, Walbury Hill in Berkshire, is also 974 feet. This is either an even tie or some loose work. So, take a county top viewinstead and we find that Leith Hill is recorded as 968 feet, some six feet smaller than Walbury Hill. This may be a small and pedantic point, but even though Surrey is my county, I have to concede to the Berks on this one. And climb it too.