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Name:Stanley Hill
Hill number:16817
Height:146m / 479ft
Parent (Ma):2819  Winter Hill
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Lancashire (CoU)
Catchment:Ribble
Class:Tump (100-199m)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:SD 64411 29986
Summit feature:no feature: rough grass
Drop:30m
Col:116m  SD646301  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 102 103
(1:25k) 287
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 45 users)ByDate of Ascent
Walked up hotel access road from lay by near the entrance gates. Summit in middle of grass field. Solo (Alfie stayed in the van).Dangerous Dave03/02/2020
Via footpath to north east.Wycombe Wanderer16/01/2020
Very easy from hotel cp.Campbell Singer03/12/2019
Diversion from Lancashire Way walk. Summit seems about 30m west of spot height.Nick Caunt05/11/2019
parked on bend on Further lane walked up to hotel then path on right through kissing gate into fieldcolinfielding26/06/2019
Parked near summit in spa car park.David Evans22/06/2019
Field by the hotel car park.fasgadh04/04/2019
From posh hotel car park and into very wet field for topMark Sims13/03/2019
Access to the hotel car park from both directions. There is a bridle gate giving access to the summit field, the summit being a 30 second walk across pasturemoorsman09/03/2019
Hotel car parkmart079714/02/2019
Walked in from Nabs Head after first bagging the trig on Hoolster Hill. Another exciting tump. Does not get any better than this lolWayne Mac10/01/2019
5 of 9 on 35 mile bike ride starting on thwaites road in oswaldthwistle. Including revidge, billinge hill, bog bank, high tin tower, stanley hill, mellor moor, wilpshire moor, height house hill and whinney hillThe-Z-Man27/12/2018
Parked in spa car park. HP in muddy sheep pasture.jonglew25/12/2017
3rd hill of 7 today on a route from Blackburn to Rishton, climbing through urban streets to Revidge then over to Billinge Hill descending on tracks and paths to get back onto Billinge Hill road at SD65442 28326,a gate then leads down through two properties, one which had a nut & bolt on the gate that I had to undo (it was a public footpath)then N along a field edge to reach a lane passing through Lower Bencock Farm then on a track N then through woodland, Nw over a stream on a footbridge NW then direct to veer off to explore the summit area, which looked pretty flat. I recorded 146 m in two paces on short-cropped grass and marked the summit as SD64355 29963, having spent 5 minutes walking in circles. Descended to gate then onto track to head over the A677 ascending to Mellor and heading for Mellor Hill.....Dazingdale09/12/2017
Wet pasture from Stanley House CP.chrisbien07/12/2017
With RosieLongwojo25/08/2017
Squelchy stroll to summit which was cow free todayBramley31/03/2017
Parked at the bottom of the drive for a walk up the hillbardolph12/02/2017
From the Mires Hashbrown bus stop. Well placed stop on a buspass day.Martin R07/02/2017
Solo. Stanley Hill & Mellor Moor. From the bus stop by Windmill Pub, Mellor Brook.ADT19/01/2017
Dad now fully getting into this hill bagging game from his fine view of the summit pasture from the car in the adjacent hotel car park with comments such as 'there's nothing there', and 'it looks as high where I am'Chris Pearson02/11/2016
From nnw, soggy pastureRHW04/03/2016
From SHH & S car park. Had a job finding a space :-)ngthack04/10/2015
With Jo, from Witton Park car park: prows to Billinge Hill, then onto Stanley Hill, returning via Hoolster Hill Trig and Witton Weavers Way. Weather; cloudy, cool breeze, good visibility.amblerbob18/06/2015
A pleasant if unexciting circuit from Ramsgreave taking in Top of Ramsgreave, Mellor Moor, Stanley Hill, Billinge Hill and Revidge. A short diversion in the field to the highest point.Jake99407/03/2015
Ramsgreave to Blackburn.Smudge03/01/2015
Drove up to the Stanley House Hotel & Spa and used their vast car park. Only 100m or so away is the summit in rough pasture with cows.Aye Jimmy28/07/2014
From minor road opposite public-right-of-way to NE at SD 64793 30219 (127m). Crossed A677 to start of public-right-of-way (overgrown track) this leads up to tarmac access road for posh hotel. Turned left here which although tarmac is still a PROW. Opposite hotel there is a gate and public footpath that conveniently allows for unhindered access to highest point in rough pasture field at SD 64411 29987.David Gradwell21/09/2013
I used the footpath from the WSW direction to gain access. Picture on Geograph.Dugswell211/02/2012
mcbiydw201/02/2020
AdyGray06/04/2019
Pat196710/01/2019
jimbloomer12/06/2018
carole engel25/12/2017
Adrian24/07/2017
andrew brown08/03/2017
GaryJones17/05/2016
GordonAdshead05/11/2014
stevent080927/09/2013
George Gradwell21/09/2013
Alex C27/07/2013
Ozymandias07/07/2013
Alan Caine11/10/2009
Edwin Gradwell27/12/2008
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