Chrishall Common in Essex lies between the villages of Chrishall and Langley. It contains the High Wood, which is well named as here is found the county's highest point: though the land in the High Wood is fairly flat, the county top is reckoned at 482 feet above sea level at TL4430136202.
The name is a little misleading: it is not common land these days and not at Chrishall, but north of Langley, south of Chrishall and across the brook. The county top is best reached from Langley Upper Green, behind its delightful church.
- Location map: 52°0’20"N, 0°6’3"E