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Name:Ling Hill
Hill number:16660
Height:290m / 951ft
Parent (Ma):2814  White Hill
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Lancashire (CoU)
Catchment:Ribble
Class:Tump (200-299m)
(Tu,2)
Grid ref:SD 75824 53466
Summit feature:no feature: rough grass S of wall
Drop:53m
Col:237m  SD753562  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 103
(1:25k) OL41E
Observations:rim of hollow on N side of wall at SD 75813 53482 is just lower
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 22 users)ByDate of Ascent
Bit of a waste of timepeebs01/11/2018
Open access in name only with all gates secured and topped with barbed wire reinforced by difficult terrain underfoot. Gate alongside the road to the SW just below the 277 spot height. Over the gate and head for a second gate just north of east. Over the double gate and across the field to the summit. 1.18km return, 20 dreary minutes.moorsman19/10/2018
carole engel01/09/2018
Adrian27/07/2018
Bonus bag on way home after bagging Bowland Knotts, Hailshowers Fell and Burn MoorLongwojo23/06/2018
2x lethally slimy stiles. Great sun. Last tump of 2017: a very quiet year.GordonAdshead31/12/2017
From Gisburn Forest's Crocklet Hill car park. Solo.ADT27/07/2017
Wycombe Wanderer26/06/2017
Easy walk from the bend in the roadbardolph22/05/2017
Martin R13/03/2017
From S. Summit in field E of field with RoW - there's a gate to transfer c half wayjimbloomer24/09/2016
As others. Visited dug out & other side of wall to be sure.ngthack27/04/2016
With Jo, from Cocklet Hill car park. Road to Spion Kop trig, returning over Ling Hill (two tops) and past Fells and Shays. Weather; cloudy, mild, good visibility.amblerbob24/04/2016
Up from road as other loggers.Reasonably good views today.catman13/04/2016
GaryJones08/04/2016
From ssw, cut benchmark halfway up gatepost at startRHW05/03/2016
Alan Caine25/07/2014
As previous loggers, verge parking at SD 75605 53060. Ignore barbed wire topped gate and keep to west side of wall as terrain on east side pretty bad. Easy to climb wall at wall junction near summit. Highest natural ground on south side of wall at SD 75821 53469. Rim of dug out hollow on north side of wall could be as high.David Gradwell21/07/2014
Edwin Gradwell21/07/2014
George Gradwell21/07/2014
Approached as for previous logger. Thought highest point might be over the wall (stile) at rim of a dug out hollow.Aye Jimmy01/07/2014
Parked to the south at the road corner then used footpath stile to access the moorland field. I climbed over a barb wired top gate to gain field with summit in it to south of wall but easier to climb wall at junction for return to the car.Dugswell204/09/2013