Pavis Wood is an area of woodland found at a maximum height of 286 m (938 ft). It is the highest point in the county of Hertfordshire. The wooded plateau is considered an ancient woodland and it contains a wide variety of plants. The woodland is located near the village of Hastoe that sits below the A41.
The summit lies three miles from both the border and the county top of Buckinghamshire. There are no visible features at the summit and because of the woodland, it is hard to determine where the top is.
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|286 m (938 ft)
|SP 9118 0922
|181: Chiltern Hills North