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English: Parlick (also known as Parlick Pike) is a cone-shaped steep-sided hill at the extreme south of the main range of Bowland fells in Lancashire, England. Its bog-free sides make it more popular with walkers than the shallow boggy hills to its north. Paths zigzag up this hill from the south, or for the more strenuous ascent a straight path can be chosen. This hill is usually green — different from the often thorny brown to red of the northern hills. A thin neck joins Parlick onto Fair Snape Fell with well worn paths linking the two. (→Parlick)
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mountain in the United Kingdom
Instance of mountain
Part of Forest of Bowland
Location Forest of Bowland, United Kingdom
Elevation above sea level
  • 432 metre
Authority control

53° 53′ 59.28″ N, 2° 37′ 00.12″ W

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