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© Sheep's fescue
by Abi Stubbs
Troopers Hill from all angles and in all seasons and being used by all kinds of people .Click on the photos to view full size.Please visit our Hill Wildlife pages for more photos or have a look at how Troopers Hill has changed over the years on our Old Photographs and Photo Survey pages.
There are also lots of photographs on our Work Parties and Events pages.
More great photos of Troopers Hill can be found in the flickr Troopers Hill Group Pool:
If you have any photos we can use on this page, please mail them to
You can see some videos collected from the web here and more videos are on our Video Project page. If you know of any others out there on the web, please send us the details.
Audio Slide show - Local Journeys - A Walk on Troopers Hill
Photos taken by Estelle 2012:(these great photos were first posted on our Facebook Page at www.facebook.com/TroopersHill and Estelle gave us permission to add them here)
Photos taken by Janet & Mike, Tuesday 7th Dec 2010, early in the morning:
The first bit of sun this winter...A great photo from Richard Hall
Some great photos of the 2010 snow from Jonathan Lane. More of Jonathan's photographs can be seen in his flickr set.
Photos of Troopers Hill in the snow February 2009
Some photographs taken by Jules - the first links to a web-page!
These photographs are copyright Jonathan Lane. Thanks to Jonathan for sending us these and allowing us to use them, more of Jonathan's photographs can be seen in his flickr set.
Pink Elelphant and small copper butterfly
Three photos showing views that were restablished by the winter clearance works in early 2007.
Panoramic view from the top of Troopers Hill taken by Andy from Wigan who visited as part of the CABE Space conference on 1st March 2007.
Three photos taken by Sally Oldfield on 9th June 2006
A wild, romantic place.
A composite view from a set of photos given to us at our exhibition in September 2005.