Brown Wardle Hill

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Brown Wardle
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Brown Wardle from Watergrove Reservoir
Highest point
Elevation c.400 metres (1,312 ft)
Coordinates 53°39′52.85″N 2°9′15.59″W / 53.6646806°N 2.1543306°W / 53.6646806; -2.1543306Coordinates: 53°39′52.85″N 2°9′15.59″W / 53.6646806°N 2.1543306°W / 53.6646806; -2.1543306
Geography
Brown Wardle is located in Greater Manchester
Brown Wardle
Brown Wardle
Location of Brown Wardle in Greater Manchester
Location Wardle, Greater Manchester, England
OS grid SD899187

Brown Wardle is a hill between the village of Wardle, Greater Manchester and the town of Whitworth, Lancashire. The summit is on the border of Greater Manchester and Lancashire and stands 400m (1,312 ft) above sea level, making it one of the highest points in Rochdale and Greater Manchester. It forms part of the South Pennines, lying within the historic county boundaries of Lancashire.