Unremarkable hill fort, but still worth the short (500m) walk up the hill from the small gravelly car parks at SP833046. The car park is on the north side of a minor road, not far from the A4010. This minor road (signposted Great Missenden, and others) comes off from a roundabout just north of Princes Risborough.
Nice, simple hill fort. Although it is on the crest of the hill, it's not a steep slope, and the surrounding trees mean the view is patchy. But without the trees this would have been a very stunning and commanding position, especially on the north side.
Well signposted from the carpark. Some of the walk is steep, and uneven. All on National Trust openland.
This shield-shaped contour fort is defended by a single bank and ditch on the north-west and south-west, while on the eastern side where the entrance was sited and the approach less steep, the defences were doubled. The interior area of the fort is a modest 4 acres. The woods nearby are strewn with other earthworks which may date to the Iron Age.