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Name:Torrisholme Barrow
Hill number:16350
Height:41m / 135ft
Parent (Ma):2682  Hutton Roof Crags
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Lancashire (CoU)
Catchment:Kent, Catchment Boundaries, Lune
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:SD 45981 64249
Summit feature:no feature: ground 8m E of trig point
Col:8m  SD462641  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 97
(1:25k) 296
Observations:ground is 4cm lower than flush bracket; trig point sits in slight depression
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 60 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Lovely spot for lunch with views all round of fells, estuary and town. Grassy mound with trig, popular local spot. Easy parking in nearby streets.Denise 23/11/2019
Up from Hexham Road, down north through a wood to the path behind Fulwood Drive. Then to Bare Lane station, and one last look at the trig from the train back to Lancaster.Pete R08/11/2019
short easy walk no sign of the bull but plenty of dog messcolinfielding05/11/2019
Pasture with 'Beware of Bull' sign but popular dog walking area. Several stiles access the field on its W side. High point 8m E of trig pillar. Excellent views.RichardM23/08/2019
Short stroll with Debbie from streets below - after clearing roof for her!nickywood117/03/2019
Parked in estate below the hill, walked up Hexham Rd, over the stile and up the good FP to the trig and High Point. Nice little hillbevandy11405/01/2019
From Hexham Rd. Parked next to stile.Campbell Singer03/11/2018
With Rob after the sad occasion of Steve Cliff's service at the local Crem. In honour of a fine chapnordicstar31/01/2018
Couldn't be simpler. From stile at top of Hexham Road.RobertP21/01/2018
A short ascent from Hexham Road - Trig and Barrow? on summit. Dropped to north and followed Barrow Lane Track back to Hexham Road. |Followed by lunch at the Bow Window and a promenade to the end of the Stone Pier.briandavies14/01/2018
With Catman.oscarrosie22/08/2017
Parked on Hexham Road.Simple stroll to top.With Oscar.catman22/08/2017
Torrisholme Barrow & Williamson Park with David. 10 minute walk from Bare Lane railway station.ADT01/04/2017
Parked by stile at SD 45923 64065. Easy stroll to summit.David Gradwell19/01/2017
Simple walk from Bare Lane Stationtrimarc204/01/2017
On a whim after shopping at Asda. Been there before as a teenager after a night out in Morecambe.mick05/12/2016
Trig bagging renovationvegibagger21/07/2016
Short walk over cattle pasture to a badly damaged trig pillar.jonglew03/06/2016
Over stile at top of Hexham Road, amble up the field; or it would have been an amble if there hadn't been a gale blowing. Very battered trig but the ground around seems marginally higher.Aye Jimmy24/12/2014
4 more times with L&MRonald23/09/2014
3 times with L&M TrailRonald16/09/2014
With Bert. Lots of dog walkers and cow pats.campagvelocet10/06/2014
The trig with an exposed nipple.Martin R06/04/2014
Eyed this one a many times while travelling up the West Coast Main Line so scheduled an extra 2 hours while on a visit to Lancaster to have a nosy up it. A short walk from Bare Lane train station and an amicable enough hill. Quite a few dog walkers about.Jake99408/03/2014
Dugswell has been here! I am honoured :>) Nice little grassy knoll with easy access - much better than Higher Heysham!citygent27/06/2013
Torrisholme Barrow, 41 metres and a P33 hill with a damaged trig point at its summit. Easy access from housing estate via footpath. Photo on Geograph.Dugswell209/01/2012
A little hill with big views.Mac.Hawk28/12/2009
Simple walk from top of Hexham Road,good views over the bay. With Mekon.MorecambeMonkey11/06/2008
Poor trig! One rarely sees one in such bad condition. Walked from a friend's house in Morcambe and then onto Hesk Bank along the canal for a nice couple of pints in the hesk Bank pub before returning along the promonade.Father Ted30/06/2006
Andy West29/03/2018
Dave Geere10/12/2017
Edwin Gradwell19/01/2017
Wycombe Wanderer26/10/2016
andrew brown26/08/2016
Colin Crawford17/07/2015