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Name:Sullom Hill
Hill number:16782
Height:167m / 548ft
Parent (Ma):2815  Fair Snape Fell
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Lancashire (CoU)
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SD 52715 44453
Summit feature:ground within 2m of trig point
Col:129m  SD526451  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 102
(1:25k) OL41W
Observations:ground 10m SW is lower
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 30 users)ByDate of Ascent
Set off early but after 30 minutes driving I realised I had left my wallet. Late start on this first hill of the day. From Calder Vale where I parked in the large cp at the Country Club. Go past Primrose Cottages before branching right. There is a rh fork just before. Ignore this. Returned over sodden fields to the Country Club.Campbell Singer13/01/2020
With Andy from Calder Valecolinfielding18/12/2019
With Colin from Calder Vale as per everybody else.bevandy11418/12/2019
Parked in big Country Club car park above village then pleasantly along track to final cottages and up through woods into fields with hares playing in them to what is now Red Rose painted trigMark Sims18/07/2019
Ample roadside parking just before the road ends in Calder Vale. A path leads off to pass Primrose Cottages in the valley bottom. Continue uphill until you reach the farmland. Once through the gate keep to the wood edge across three fields and then head up to the summit in the fourth field. 3.21 km return, 40 minutes.moorsman08/03/2019
Started from Calder Vale. Took the path through Sullom Wood, comes out on to pasture where a few hops over fences and walls takes you to the Trig. We then carried on to Sullom End then reaching the road at Bell Lane. Took track opp Eccles Farm passing The Holt. Track then passes Lower House Farm and following the field path to road corner to left of Heald Wood. Then took path to left of Heald Farm to Strickens Lane and path back to Calder ValeWayne Mac14/12/2018
As aye Jimmy. The man is a geniusLongwojo04/03/2018
As Aye JimmyRobertP21/01/2018
Garstang Walking Festival. With Stephen.ADT08/05/2017
From the end of the road that leads to Sullom End, an access gate then further gates to the summitbardolph06/04/2017
From WSW. Parking by access gatejimbloomer22/09/2016
From rundown farmhouse to the nw. Cows nervously interested on summit. Most enjoyable amble and also made a clay impression of trig fb.vegibagger21/07/2016
Climbed via path at Sullom Side, then across fields. Lovely weather. Could see Snowdonia or Clwydian Hills.Wycombe Wanderer17/07/2016
Followed AJ's route description, as usual. The man's a route discovering & describing genius.ngthack19/07/2015
As Aye Jimmy - good route! Note: parking in Calder Vale is for permit holders only from Monday to Friday. We risked it (Friday) and had no bother.David Gradwell24/04/2015
Nice walk from Calder Vale to the N. Took the RH of two tracks south past Primrose Cottages then through the wood and up to emerge in pastures. Followed top edge of wood around to a wall at right angles, then up to the top. Trig in field but maybe marginally higher 10m or so to W.Aye Jimmy07/09/2014
There is a track from the Sullom Side road junction - in full view of farmhouse though. You could use the PROW part of way, however you end up getting over barbed wire. Good viewMartin R07/04/2014
Sullom Hill in pasture, 167 metres and a P38 hill with a trig point. It has a good view of Beacon Fell. Photo on Geograph.Dugswell223/01/2012
George Gradwell24/04/2015
Edwin Gradwell24/04/2015
carole engel12/09/2012
Alan Caine25/07/2010