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Ashurst’s Beacon

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About Ashurst’s Beacon

Ashurst’s Beacon is a mountain summit in the The South Pennines from Liverpool to Nottingham region in the county of Lancashire, England. Ashurst’s Beacon is 172 metres high with a prominence of 59 metres. The summit can be identified by: ground by SW corner of tower Additional Notes: All the walks up Ashurst’s Beacon on Mud and Routes can be seen above.

Walks up Ashurst’s Beacon

Ordnance Survey Summit Map for Ashurst’s Beacon

Ashurst’s Beacon Summit Stats

Height in Metres: 172 metres

Height in Feet: 564 feet

Range: The South Pennines from Liverpool to Nottingham

Prominence: 59 metres

Parent Summit: Billinge Hill

Grid Reference: SD500079

Col Height: 113

Col Grid Reference: SD517038

Summit Classification: 1

National Park, County or Country: England’s Highest Mountains, Lancashire, The South Pennines from Liverpool to Nottingham

Recommended Maps: Landranger Map 108   Explorer Map 285E  

Data with AcknowledgementDatabase of British and Irish Hills

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