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TrigpointingUK - Trigpoint Logging System

Welcome! This site is designed for those people who are unable to walk past a trigpoint without bagging it! On these pages, you will find information about trigpointing, and be able to log your finds. We have a database containing the locations of most of the trigpoints in Great Britain, but if you find one that we don't know about, please add it to our database.

We hope you find TrigpointingUK both useful and fun. If you have any bugs to report / features to request, please contact us.



A list of recent logs

2016-08-29JuliejepNot Logged TP6924Whitwell Moor
  Good condition TP6924Whitwell Moor
  Not Logged TP6074South Nab
  Good condition TP6074South Nab
2016-08-29KevinkpcGood condition TP6924Whitwell Moor
  Good condition TP6074South Nab
2016-08-29thejackrustlesDamaged TP7559North Luffenham North
  Slightly damaged TP7558North Luffenham South
  Good condition TP4582Luffenham
  Good condition TP4583Luffenham Heath
  Good condition TP0207Glaston
  Good condition TP1922Carlton Corner
  Good condition TP2191Clack Hill
  Good condition TP0892Arthingworth
  Good condition TP0260Faxton
2016-08-29catmanGood condition TP11267Tynemouth Congregational Church Spire
2016-08-29plet56Not Logged TP6484Tillygreig
  Good condition TP1121Beauty Hill
  Good condition TP6484Tillygreig
  Good condition TP5109Newcraig


All logs for the last four days...

All recently entered logs...


Quick Stats

Contributing users3086
Active users313(logged in last 30 days)
Total logs232517
Total photos193942
Total trigpoints25596
Logged trigpoints20333(whether found or not)
Known FB numbers6899
More details...





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[Trig Point Walks on the Isle of Skye and Raasay]
A book, written by Alistair Christie and Ian Stewart, detailing routes to all 56 Trig Points on the Isle of Skye and Raasay

The TrigpointingUK database is owned and maintained by Ian Harris (Teasel). The TrigTools pages are provided by Barry Hunter. Contact us.