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Name:Burn Moor
Hill number:16542
Height:402m / 1319ft
Parent (Ma):2814  White Hill
RHB Section:36: Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County/UA:Lancashire (CoU), North Yorkshire (CoU)
Catchment:Lune
Class:Tump (400-499m)
(Tu,4)
Grid ref:SD 69437 64580
Summit feature:trig point
Drop:36m
Col:366m  SD695640  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 98
(1:25k) OL41E
Observations:flat summit area; ground 300m ESE is just lower
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 42 users)ByDate of Ascent
From Hailshowers Fell. Quite rough- going along boggy grassy ridge/ fenceline to Trig next to HP- area SE within contour just lower. Nice breezy sunny day. Returned via a more direct route to Bowland Knotts -easier despite up and down.Denise 24/08/2019
From Keasden Road cattle grid. Continued along ridge to Burn Moor and back. NNick Caunt17/07/2019
Train along the delightful Little North Western route to Bentham for a walk via Fourstones and up via the grouse shooting lodge whereupon I met a local couple out walking - in many years they'd never met anyone walking up Burn Moor. Slightly nervously I carried on, to the south side of the fence and just past the summit trig, climbed over the fence to follow the syke down to West Borronhead (keep to the west of the fence), wonderful views of Ingleborough et al interrupted by a huge growth of ferns across the path. A walk via footpaths and road to Keasdon and back to Clapham station for the train home.JOHNS07/07/2019
Trig pillar S5003 picked out with a hint of yellow. Phew that the ground 300m ESE is just a bit lower.vegibagger08/12/2018
Walked from Kearsden, first of 3 along the border ridge.IanHHill28/08/2018
From Hailshowers Fell. Bit boggier now, fell in a few holes. Paused at summit for a couple of minutes to admire Whernside and Ingleborough and give thanks. Returned to road at Bowland Knotts (which looks more impressive from this direction). 2.5 hoursWycombe Wanderer11/08/2018
mae15/07/2018
After Bowland Knotts and Hailshowers Fell. Concur with previous entry. A hard walk in the heather even in the dry. Cut the corner on the way back. More heather but saved half hour. Not a good idea in wetLongwojo23/06/2018
Dave Geere16/04/2018
Solo. Parked about 100 mtrs down Petersbottom Lane. Followed vehicle track to shooting box (the O.S. designation doesn't do it justice, it's a substantial dwelling). From there continued on an ATV track (not shown on O.S. map) that leads to the trig pt. Excellent views from the summit. A good one. 66 mins.ADT05/04/2018
mart079714/08/2017
This, Hailshowers and Bowland Knotts, a hard walkbardolph22/05/2017
softsquare23/01/2017
Swampy watershed not shedding very well after a night of rain. Bowland Knotts- Hailshowers Hill- Burn Moor. The middle km of alternating swamp and trackless heather almost being worthy of a typical leg on the Karrimor (OMM). Descent N was actually nice - firm ground and then a grassy track with sunny views ahead of Ingleborough. 14 mile walk with L from Eldroth cottage.Chris Pearson28/10/2016
As Aye Jimmy parking on rough grass verge at SD 67324 65339. An excellent route.David Gradwell16/06/2016
George Gradwell16/06/2016
Edwin Gradwell16/06/2016
MM15/06/2016
From WNW. Tracks all the way.jimbloomer02/06/2016
With Jo, from Slaidburn Road. Echoing catman's thanks to moorsman and AJ for providing details for an easy stroll to the summit. Also visited possible alternative summit, east. Weather, cloudy, mild, good visibility.amblerbob22/04/2016
After Bowland Knotts & Hailshowers Fell. Back same way. Bit of a bog trog. Hail & thunderstorm.ngthack27/03/2016
Thanks to Moorsman and Aye Jimmy for quick,easy and, above all,dry route.Excellent views of Three Peaks on cool,clear day.catman03/02/2016
GaryJones25/01/2016
Parking available at the junction with the road and Petersbottom Lane (alt 850 ft). Follow this to the end of the wall. If you turn left and head up to the shooting house you will pick up a track leading all the way to the summit. 3.11 easy miles Just over an hour.moorsman23/10/2015
From Bowland Knotts road top to Clapham station after CMC reunion meet - showery day.Smudge02/08/2015
Jim.Fothergill01/04/2014
From WNW, lane to Croasdale Grains farm. Branched off lane up past shooting hut then a very pleasant amble at gentle angle all the way to a trigpoint on top. Continued a few hundred metres to another bump of similar height with prominent tuft of reeds on skyline (actually in a pond) - just in case...Aye Jimmy30/03/2014
Pleasant walk from Bentham- Slaidburn road, about 3 miles. Shooting track all the way to trig. Great views all round, especially 3 Peakscitygent14/11/2013
Alan Caine04/09/2013
Martin R31/08/2013
Parked after cattle grid at 427 metres at SD6823860865 then Great Harlow, Hailshowers Fell, Bowlands Knotts, return to Hailshowers Fell, Great Harlow, Thistle Hill, Burn Moor and then to road below Moor Cock Farm and then up road back to my car.Dugswell207/07/2013
Anton01/01/2013
carole engel11/04/2012
MorecambeMonkey21/05/2011
Laurel11/06/2010
Rowan11/06/2010
hughbagger22/05/2010
peebs11/05/2010
Bentham to Settle via Burn Moor, Great Harlow, Ravens Castle, Foster's Craggs, Dovenanter, Kings Gate, Rouster Green and Bank Lane.Mac.Hawk09/05/2008
RHW19/11/2006
Trigmick28/03/2006
andrew.allum01/01/2000