Category:Black Hill (Pennines)

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English: Black Hill, is moorland rising to about 570m in the Pennine chain in Northern England. The highest point, Soldier's Lump is the highest point in West Yorkshire but on the borders of Derbyshire and West Yorkshire. It is only 1.6km from the Metropolitan borough of Oldham. The hill staddles three counties. Historically, this area was in the county of Cheshire, Yorkshire and Lancashire. The Pennine Way passes over the hill.