Calders Hill Details & GPS Waypoint

Calders 675.4m (2216ft)

Summit Feature: Ground on path 5m W of cairn (Survey: Leica RX1250)
Classification: Bridge, Buxton-lewis, Hewitt, Moss, Nuttall, Sim, P30 Tump, Wright.
OS Grid Ref: SD670960 (10 figure Grid Ref: SD6707196001).
UK Area: 35 - The Northern Pennines (OS Maps 1:50k 98. 1:25k OL19S.)
Latitude: 54.358474, Longitude: -2.508212, Height: 675.4 metres (2216 feet)
Prominence: 34.2 metres (112 feet)
Unique Waypoint POI Name: 0675.h (DoBIH Hill ID: 2737)

Associated Parent Hill:
   The Calf (676m, p383)

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Total = 1 Calders hills
Data courtesy of the Database of British and Irish Hills