White Hill (Forest of Bowland)

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White Hill
Croasdale Bowland.jpg
The valley of Croasdale, with the slopes of White Hill on the left.
Highest point
Elevation544 m (1,785 ft)
Prominencec. 159 m
Parent peakWard's Stone
ListingMarilyn
Coordinates54°01′24″N 2°30′02″W / 54.02325°N 2.50062°W / 54.02325; -2.50062Coordinates: 54°01′24″N 2°30′02″W / 54.02325°N 2.50062°W / 54.02325; -2.50062
Geography
White Hill is located in the Forest of Bowland
White Hill
White Hill
Location in the Forest of Bowland
White Hill is located in Lancashire
White Hill
White Hill
Location in Lancashire
White Hill is located in the City of Lancaster district
White Hill
White Hill
Location in the City of Lancaster district
White Hill is located in the Borough of Ribble Valley
White Hill
White Hill
Location in Ribble Valley Borough
LocationForest of Bowland, England
OS gridSD673587
Topo mapOS Landranger 103

White Hill is a hill in the Forest of Bowland, north-western England. It lies between Slaidburn and High Bentham. The summit houses a tower and a trig point. In medieval times, the hill marked one of the northernmost limits of the Lordship of Bowland.