White Hill (Forest of Bowland)
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The valley of Croasdale, with the slopes of White Hill on the left.
|Elevation||544 m (1,785 ft)|
|Prominence||c. 159 m|
|Parent peak||Ward's Stone|
|Location||Forest of Bowland, England|
|Topo map||OS 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.
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