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You're looking at the eastern elevation of Pendle Hill, located in the east of Lancashire in vicinity of Burnley, Clitheroe, Colne, Nelson and Barrowford. The summit of the big end towers 557m (1827ft) above sea level. For more information please see the Wikipedia page.
As with many natural landmarks the true origin of the name can be traced back through many hundreds of years.
So there you have it, a name suitable for a hill that stands proudly above all the surrounding land - Hill Hill Hill.
For more information please see the Wikipedia Page.
To find out how to get to Pendle Hill from wherever you are in the world, click here
This happens when the Earth is rotated so that Pendle and the county of Lancashire is facing away from our Sun. This condition is normally resolved within 12 hours, so please try again later. In the mean time please see our Gallery of Pendle Hill photographs.
If you don't live in east Lancashire it's unlikely you'll be able to see Pendle Hill. However, you may be interested to know there are a number of Pendle Hills around the globe:
Whether you live near a Pendle Hill or not, remember you're only ever a mouse click away from a live, updated view of our Pendle Hill.
A number of walks of varying length and difficulty, with maps. Click here to view.
Several walking routes with maps and photographs. Click here to view.
A marked 45 miles circular route taking in the area around Pendle Hill Click here to view.
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