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Name:Boarsden Moor [Hund Hill]
Hill number:16701
Height:245m / 804ft
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 67793 50929
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:38m
Col:207m  SD685527  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 103
(1:25k) OL41W
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 16 users)ByDate of Ascent
Left the Dunsop Bridge road through a gate at a point where the trees are closest to it. Up across one field and easily into the woods. Exited at a weakness in the wall and an easy walk to the summit.moorsman19/10/2018
Mossthwaite fell, Kitcham Fell over Hodder Fell to Fober Knoll then Boarsden moor 3 hour roundLongwojo27/05/2018
Solo. Fober Knoll & Hund Hill. From car park at Newton-in-Bowland.ADT02/11/2017
Warm, sunny evening. Cattle fled as I approached the summit and, predictably, crept up behind me, huffing and snorting while I sat taking in the tranquility.Wycombe Wanderer18/06/2017
1st of 6, parked in Newton then followed the road, AJs directions, took in Foberbardolph24/02/2017
7th of a 9 top day walk with Darren around Dunsop Bridge. From SW gates and one wall (fossil corals in limestone) Then nasty pathless jog along road for refreshments in the village hall before Middle Fell.Chris Pearson24/07/2016
Parked in wide section of road at SD 6736 5043. Used the wood to access summit field.jimbloomer02/06/2016
Parked 100m west of Boarsden Farm, then did Fober Knoll. When I got back to the van, to do Boarsden Moor, the farmer & his wife were waiting for me. Apparently the residents of the cottage next to the farm are a bit twitchy about people parking there. Anyway after I had explained what I was doing, they were happy to allow me to go up the hill. Don't think they saw the point of hill bagging though. Probably a good idea for future ascensionists to go to the farm & seek permission. Climbed as AJ. Collapsed wall at top of wood allows fence to be by-passed.ngthack27/04/2016
From s. AJ routeRHW05/03/2016
Followed Aye Jimmy's directions.Alan Caine10/05/2015
Limited parking by gate about 100m W of Boarsden farm. Green track up field, through edge of wood to avoid fences, then open pasture and rounded top.Aye Jimmy01/07/2014
Park near entrance to Moor End, gate into field above Dixon's Brow. North into next field, then walked along side of wood. Further along the wall is damaged and a gate allows access into summit field which is good quality flattish pasture land.Dugswell209/12/2013
You ain't nothing but a Hund hill.Martin R09/12/2013
carole engel14/08/2018
GaryJones09/06/2016
rb31/01/2014