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Slightly damaged 2017-03-23 11:46 - TP0698 (Black Combe)

FB Number: 11602   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 8/10

After several years of driving past on the way to stay in Ravenglass, I finally walked up Black Combe. Parked on the edge of Silecroft village and walked up the distinct path - steep in its early parts but eases off higher up. A howling easterly wind at the top and some snow. Views not as good as hoped (hence the 8) as quite hazy. Trig in generally good condition.

Black Combe Trig Point My walking bag with the relevant OS Explorer map poking out for artistic effect !

Good condition 2017-03-15 11:45 - TP2465 (Cow Close Fell)

FB Number: S5618   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Walked up the Pennine Way and across and along the wall from the Stainforth - Littondale road. Back straight down the wall to the track from Littondale. Weather turned out better than forecast and the walk not too boggy ! Trig still standing despite considerable peat erosion. Great views of Pen-y-Ghent.

Good condition 2016-08-03 15:57 - TP4717 (Meall An Inbhire)

FB Number: S9713   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Simple 10 min. walk up the track from the road. Trig in good condition apart from spider gone. Good views towards the mainland but rain sweeping in from the west.

Destroyed 2016-08-01 05:13 - TP1288 (Ben More (Mull))

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 10/10

Did the usual walk up from Dhiseig. Beautiful day with stunning views but no trig point now of course. Who destroyed it and why?

Good condition 2016-06-02 13:10 - TP0889 (Arnside Knott)

FB Number: S5406   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

Easy amble up from the Arnside-Silverdale road on a sunny day. Trig resplendent in it's white coat of paint and with Arnside Ramblers adoption plaque. Stunning views over Morecambe Bay but obscured somewhat now by trees.

Good condition 2016-05-22 13:21 - TP6883 (White Hill)

FB Number: S5002   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

A bot of a boggy slog up the fence and back from the road summit at the Cross of Greet. Lovely views at the top though, especially of the 'Three Peaks' and also into the Lakes. Inspected the curious survey tower near to the trig before going back down.

Good condition 2016-05-22 11:17 - TP6868 (Whins Brow)

FB Number: S4700   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Simple half hour walk up from the road at the top of the Trough of Bowland. Good views towards the west in particular and a very short walk to the north gives a good view of the inpressive Swine Clough.

Good condition 2016-05-07 13:29 - TP4983 (Muncaster Fell)

FB Number: S5763   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Nice stone-built Trig in good condition with original plug. A pleasant walk from Muncaster across Muncaster Fell, then down to Irton Road to get the Ratty train back to Ravenglass and a drink. Great views, if slightly hazy, back to the coast and into Eskdale.

Good condition 2016-04-10 14:30 - TP7018 (Wolfhole Crag)

FB Number: S4998   Condition: Good   Score: 9/10

Walked across (boggy in parts) from Ward's Stone on a lovely day with clear views then back down to Tarnbrook via the shooters track. I think there's a greater sense of isolation here than anywhere in the Dales. Trig in good condition.

Good condition 2016-04-10 12:10 - TP6740 (Wards Stone)

FB Number: S4996   Condition: Good   Score: 9/10

Walked up from Tarnbrook for the first of three Trigs. Stunning views over the Irish sea and towards the Lakes. Trig in good condition.

Good condition 2016-04-10 12:10 - TP0700 (Mallowdale Pike)

FB Number: S2981   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

On route from Ward's Stone to Wolf Hole Crag. Lovely day not too boggy with overnight covering of snow melting fast. Trig in good condition with OS plaque attached.

Good condition 2015-11-22 13:08 - TP2665 (Crutchenber Fell)

FB Number: S5621   Condition: Good   Score: 9/10

Re-visit. Simple ten minute walk from the road from Clapham to Slaidburn. Lovely views towards a snow-capped Ingleborough and Pen-y-Ghent

Louise and Barney. Pendle Hill in the background.

Good condition 2015-09-02 13:15 - TP0695 (Cross Fell)

FB Number: 2979   Condition: Good   Score: 9/10

After several years of meaning to walk to the highest point of the Pennines, I walked up from Kirkland on a clear relatively wind-free day but with numerous belts of rain drifting through. Fantastic views over into the Lakes and towards the Howgills.

Cross Fell Trigpoint

Good condition 2015-08-22 13:00 - TP2893 (Dun Island)

FB Number: 10364   Condition: Good   Score: 9/10

Last full day of our Scottish holiday - lovely visit to the island of Iona in good weather.

Louise and me at Iona's Trig Point

Good condition 2014-02-08 10:40 - TP3758 (Heyshaw Moor)

FB Number: S7748   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

A repeat visit to one of the closest trigs to home and on a regular Saturday morning walk around Heyshaw moor. Trig in good condition though the paintwork is fading a bit now. Good 360 degree views into Nidderdale and towards Barden Moor.

Good condition 2013-11-11 20:14 - TP4178 (Kettlestang Hill)

FB Number: S7709   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

A second visit to this trig on a bright but cold November Sunday. Walked up the access track from the small car park near Skell Gill bridge. Trig plug still intact. The Trig is not far beyond the well maintained Kettlestang shooting box, outside of which is a fine place for a rest. Splendid views across the Vale of Mowabray and most of the Vale of York.

Damaged 2013-04-20 14:43 - TP6549 (Totridge Fell)

FB Number: S4639   Condition: Damaged   Score: 7/10

Towards the end of a circular walk from nr Dunsop Bridge, up the Langden Valley and taking in Fair Snape Fell. Mostly rough and potentially wet walking though from Fair Snape to Totridge - thank goodness the ground was reasonably dry as it would have been impossible otherwise. Trig at Totridge slightly damaged and undermined at one corner. Good views on a sunny day into the Dales and over towards Pendle Hill.

Good condition 2013-04-20 13:25 - TP3096 (Fair Snape Fell)

FB Number: S4651   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Walked up the Langden Valley from nr Dunsop Bridge. Lovely sunny day with good views towards the Fylde coast and up towards Morecambe Bay. Trig in good condition.

Good condition 2013-03-03 13:32 - TP4295 (Knowe Fell)

FB Number: S5526   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

walked steadily up from the Settle - Malham Tarn road which takes about half an hour. Managed to avoid getting bitten by the electric fence which surrounds the trig. Plug missing from Trig. Great 360 degree views especially towards Pen-y-Ghent and

Good condition 2013-02-24 13:35 - TP2665 (Crutchenber Fell)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

walked across from the cattle grid on what was a wintry day with snow cover right at the top. Trig in good condition with a resin plug. Dramatic views from the heart of Bowland, but partially obscured by curtains of light snow sweeping in from the direction of Ingleborough etc.

Re-visit with Louise and Barney 22/11/2015

Good condition 2012-12-05 12:20 - TP6361 (The Calf)

FB Number: S5676   Condition: Good   Score: 10/10

My second visit here - the first a few years ago when the tops were wreathed in mist so not much to see. Parked on the Sedbergh - Kirkby Stephen road and walked up the vertiginous but stepped route to the side of Cautley Spout (don't look down if you don't like heights !). Walked back down the other side of the gill using the narrow path which goes diagonally down the side of the hill. Trig in good condition with concrete/resin plug - relatively recently painted. A lovely crisp December day with the tops covered in snow, hardly anyone about, and marvellous views all round inc. to the snow covered Lake District peaks. Everything considered this Trig Point warranted my first score of 10. Wainwright described the view from The Calf as the finest panoramic view in all of Northern England and I have to agree.

The Calf a snow covered south-west Lake District behind and my faithful walking shoulder bag next to the trig - will have to be replaced soon though (the bag that is).
Classic Howgill scenery

Destroyed 2012-11-18 14:02 - TP6283 (Swinden)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 0/10

Recorded as a missing 'drive-by', having driven past literally hundreds of times. I wonder if the Trig really was destroyed or whether it's sat in someone's garden somewhere ?

Good condition 2012-11-18 12:57 - TP4344 (Langcliffe)

FB Number: S5521   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Walked up from the Settle to Kirkby Malham road on a cool but dry autumn day. Views from Sugar Loaf hill impressive if a little misty in the distance. Trig in good condition though partly buried by rocks used to build a shelter and the plug is missing. Worth 8/10 not just for the views but the crag top location in magnificent limestone country

Damaged 2012-11-15 12:18 - TP7104 (Yockenthwaite Moor)

FB Number: S5500   Condition: Damaged   Score: 7/10

My last Wharfedale Trig pillar this one. Followed Painterman's route up from Hubberholme - two hours out and back, though I found that if you take a slightly more westerly route back down off the plateau before heading over east to the wall/fence going down eventually to Scar House you do miss out the worst of the peat hags and bogs. The Trig itself is slowly deteriorating with alarge chunk lying on the floor (poor Trig). Good views towards the Three Peaks and back down Wharfedale on a slightly misty but still late Autumn day. I can't imagine that anyone else would pass by here unless visiting the trig or on professional moorland business.

Lonely Yockenthwaite Trig With the Three Peaks in the distant & misty background: Pen-y-Ghent, Inglebrough & Whernside

Good condition 2012-11-10 12:37 - TP5783 (Rye Loaf)

FB Number: S5231   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Walked up the track (churned up by off-roaders) from the Kirby Malham - Settle road up to the strange abandoned communications station before following the wall up to Rye Loaf. A bit boggy in places. Rye Loaf reminds me a little of Meugher the way it's sat on top of its own little hill. Trig in good condition with original heavily indented plug. Fine 360 degree views on a mild but slightly misty late Autumn day. Three Peaks in view from here as well as Bowland, Pendle etc.

Good condition 2012-10-27 13:54 - TP3670 (Haugh Field)

FB Number: S5304   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Walked along the ROW from Brightenber and asked the friendly farmer at Haugh Field Farm if I cut up from the path to the Trig. No problem though he said it was actually on land belonging to the neighbouring farm. Trig in good condition with shallowly indented original plug. Good views all round. This was my last Trig in Craven's 'Drumlin' country.

Haugh Field Trig with sheep and Pendle Hill I thought this was a nice photo with Pendle Hill in the background and also the sheep

Good condition 2012-10-27 12:47 - TP3362 (Gisburn Moor)

FB Number: S5392   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

Walked up the field from coal Pit lane. Trig in good condition with plastic plug - foundations slightly exposed. Views good over towards Pendle Hill.

Good condition 2012-10-21 13:24 - TP3193 (Flambers Hill)

FB Number: S5343   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

Second attempt at this one. Parked nr Gledstone Hall, West Marton and from there followed the (unmarked) ROW through the fields, the ROW cutting across the same field as the Trig is in so no real problems there. A simple thirty minute walk in the heart of Drumlin country. Trig in good condition with original plug. Views good but a little hazy on what was a glorious autumn day.

Slightly damaged 2012-10-21 11:45 - TP5121 (Newton Moor)

FB Number: S5192   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 7/10

Walked up the ROW from Long Preston village which takes you onto the small area of Access Land on which the Trig is situated. A bit of a longer walk than I'd anticipated - about and hour and a half out and back and returned via Little Newton. Trig with original indented lettering plug but some slight damage to one of the corners. Good views on a glorious autumn day though a bit hazy. Nice pint of real ale back at the Maypole Inn in Long Preston

Good condition 2012-10-14 12:43 - TP7012 (Witton Fell)

FB Number: S7438   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Walked up from East Witton along the public access track which goes up and right around the back of the woodland. The Trig is more or less at the end of the track and is now just in open ground to the right, some of the woodland having been cleared. In good condition with pastic plug. Great views apart from those to the east/north which are still obscured by woodland, though good views north were obtained walking up and back. Was watching a good number of buzzards soaring as I walked up the track to the trig, perhaps attracted by the huge number of pheasants in the woodland.

Good condition 2012-10-02 13:21 - TP4069 (Hunter Bark)

FB Number: S5436   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Drove up to the end of Green Lane from Long Preston, leaving just a half-mile walk up to the Trig. In good condition with oriignal plug still in place. A windy and wet day but good 360 degree views nonetheless.

Good condition 2012-09-15 08:20 - TP6207 (Stone Beds)

FB Number: S8226   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

Logged as a 'drive-by' which I have done literally hundreds if not thousands of times. Also the nearest Trig to my house but due to its close proximity to Menwith Hill I'm loathe to park-up and actually hop over into the field even though its only twenty yards or so from the road. Might walk-up at dusk sometime.

Good condition 2012-09-14 12:42 - TP4020 (Horse Head)

FB Number: S5496   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

A wild September day. Walked along the wall/fence from Firth Fell trig (3 miles) - very boggy conditions underfoot at times with resultant soaked feet. Ended up back down at Buckden, where I started - a pint at the Buckden Inn was very welcome after what was quite a slog out and back. Trig in good condition with resin/cement plug. Good views between the rain fronts, especially towards Pen-y-Ghent.

Good condition 2012-09-14 11:47 - TP3179 (Firth Fell)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Finally visited following a failed mission in March of this year, so glad to put to bed some unfinished business. Walked up from Buckden and from here the long trek on to Horse Head Trig and back down to Buckden via a different route. Trig in good condition with resin/cement plug. A wild day but views still good.

Good condition 2012-09-11 12:41 - TP3653 (Harter Fell)

FB Number: S5759   Condition: Good   Score: 9/10

Walked up from the terminus of the Ravenglass & Eskdale railway. Very boggy underfoot with lots of water coming off the fells. Bands of hail, rain and cloud at the top but in between magnificent views towards the sea and of the Scafell 'masif'. Stone trig in good condition but plug gone.

Good condition 2012-09-02 13:34 - TP6433 (The Weets)

FB Number: S5563   Condition: Good   Score: 9/10

Walked up from Calton - a long but steady gradient and about six miles out and back. Trig in good condition but with plug missing. Superb unrestricted 360 degrees views on a threatening but mostly sunny day.

Good condition 2012-08-27 12:03 - TP2360 (Colsterdale Moor)

FB Number: S7710   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

A fairly isolated trig which involved a long and largely bracken infested walk along the narrow path to the north side of Birk Gill from the parking area on the narrow road going up Colsterdale. I came back down the south side of the gill which in its lower reaches is very deep so best keeping to its top edge. Trig is in good condition with original plug which features indented lettering. The stone circle surrounding the Trig has even been painted at some point and the heather around the Trig has been mown/burnt. It was starting to rain heavily when I got there and I was fairly wet when I got back to the car.

Good condition 2012-08-26 13:11 - TP4810 (Middleham Low Moor)

FB Number: S7586   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

Walked along the track at the side of the race horse gallops or about a mile to the Trig. Trig in very good condition with original plug and a memorial plaque next to the Trig - someone from the horse racing world obviously. Views not spectacular today for this part of the world but it was starting to rain and overcast.

Damaged 2012-07-08 12:43 - TP5812 (Sandy Hill)

FB Number: S7714   Condition: Damaged   Score: 7/10

Sultry summer Sunday walk of 45 minutes up the track which connects Grewelthorpe with Lofthouse and which is still classed as a highway - a conventional road sign saying 'Lofthouse 7 miles' is where the track leaves the tarmaced road. Trig is just a few hundred yards off the track to the left and easily visible. Original plug still in place but obviously spider partially exposed due to crumbling of the trig top. Young Grouse are quite well advanced now. Decent views North and East

Good condition 2012-06-29 13:09 - TP4178 (Kettlestang Hill)

FB Number: S7709   Condition: Good   Score: 9/10

Walked up the open access track from the Dallowgill to Pateley Bridge road - quite a hike of at least two miles each way. There was a huge and noisy flock of black-headed gulls away up on the moorside as I walked up. A very isolated trig to say it's not that high above sea level for the Dales - just over 1300 feet. Windy but warm summer's day with great views from the trig down into the Vales of Mowbray and York. Trig in very good condition with original plug and deeply indented lettering - the gamekeepers have even mown some strips through the heather more-or-less up to the trig point, which is only a few hundred yards up the low hill from the shooting box, where I had a rest and admired the views. This well-maintained shooting box even has it's own (locked) external toilet, which is unusual, though perhaps to be expected on what is one of Yorkshire's most prestigious grouse moors.

Good condition 2012-06-17 10:15 - TP1890 (Camp Hill)

FB Number: S7272   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

A short walk up a PROW from the car park for Hackfall woods. Trig is in good condition but partially obscured by a large beech tree growing right next to it on the little knoll and which obscure the good views into the Vale of York. Trig in good condition with plastic plug and all four holes open.

Good condition 2012-06-10 11:56 - TP4787 (Meugher)

FB Number: S5991   Condition: Good   Score: 9/10

The third, last, and hardest to reach of today's trigs - the nearest public road is app. 4 miles away whether the trig is approached from the Wharfedale or from the Nidderdale side. Followed Painterman's steps from Capplestone Gate, walking up the ROW past Mossdale before cutting across over some very rough moorland and up to the conical top of Meugher, which itself is grassy. Superb 360 degree views on a reasonably clear day from possibly the remotest Trig in Yorkshire. Trig in good condition but with plug missing and still sporting a reasonable amount of white paint. From here walked straight down towards the mines at Yarnbury - knackered when I got back.

Good condition 2012-06-10 10:45 - TP2383 (Conistone Moor)

FB Number: S5432   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

The second of three trigs on today's walk from Yarnbury. The old 'Conistone Turf Road' (a path) goes right past the Trig. Plug missing and a slightly concave top. Good views into upper Wharfedale

Good condition 2012-06-10 09:34 - TP5099 (New Pasture Edge)

FB Number: S5193   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

The first of three trigs on a ten mile circular walk from and back to Yarnbury, above Grassington. This first one is just ten mimutes into the walk. Trig in good condition and has some cord attached to the lugs. Deeply indented lettering on the original plug. Not far away is the famous Yarnbury leadmining area - well worth exploring.

Good condition 2012-06-04 15:04 - TP4347 (Langerton Hill)

FB Number: S5305   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

Walked discreetly up the short hill from the Hartlington Raikes road. Technically not a ROW (although there is one on the other side of the hill which would be a better, if longer, side to approach from).There were no animals in the fields and I kept to the wall back. Trig in good condition with original plug but seems a bit of a strange position to sight one in this area.

Slightly damaged 2012-06-04 13:21 - TP1744 (Buckden Pike)

FB Number: S5520   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 9/10

Quite a long slog up from the White Lion at Cray but the weather was good. Been up before but not since I started this strange hobby. Trig generally good but with horizontal crack right round it and plug filled in. Walked along the ridge to the Polish memorial.

Good condition 2012-06-04 07:13 - TP0703 (Great Whernside)

FB Number: 2976   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Good views today to the west inc. Scafell etc in the Lakes. Walked up from the little car park where the Wharfedale - Coverdale road summits. Lots of Golden Plovers on the top of Gt. Whernside. Nesting season so stayed to the path. Trig in good condition with original plug and OS plaque intact.

Gt. Whernside Trig and my \'trigging\' bag

Good condition 2012-06-02 12:46 - TP4208 (Kilnsey Moor)

FB Number: S5564   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Drove up the minor road from Grassington as far as it goes and then its a 20-30 minute walk. Trig in good condition with original plug but it seems to have tilted a little and has a concave top. A cool, overcast and misty day so the views weren't brilliant but there are interesting limestone pavements nearby and evidence of ancient lead mining.I was also watching some curlews trying to see off a flock of gulls.

Damaged 2012-05-27 14:33 - TP5571 (Rain Stang Hill)

FB Number: S7707   Condition: Damaged   Score: 8/10

A half-hour walk up the public track from Middlesmoor and from there just a ten minute walk up the wall back on to the moor top and the Trig. Use the gate well before you get to the wall rather than trying to get over high unstable walls. Top of trig is crumbling away but retains original plug. Good views of upper Nidderdale.

Good condition 2012-05-27 13:16 - TP1398 (Bishopside Brae)

FB Number: S7745   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

An easy 10-15 minute walk up the track on Access Land. Parked at the top of the road leading down into Wath. Lots of ground nesting birds and rabbits about. Trig in good condition but with missing plug. Great views down into central Nidderdale

Good condition 2012-05-27 12:04 - TP3635 (Harper Hill)

FB Number: S7744   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

An awkward one to get to as it involves quite a long manouevre off the ROW. Parked on the minor road leading from Dallowgill Moor to Galphay and kept to the walls. The Trig is right on the edge of the wood the same side as the approach. In good condition with original plug featuring heavily indented lettering. There were two crows in the birdcage next to the trig. Nice views northwards once out of the wood.

Good condition 2012-05-26 12:25 - TP3969 (Hollin Hill)

FB Number: 11178   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

A ten minute walk from the top of the old Oxenhope - Halifax road. A very warm, sunny but breezy day this. I was pleasantly surprised to see how well the trig looked considering its posiition between the windfarm and the old quarry - it's done well to survive. Nice memorial plaque to a Yorkshireman on the side of the trig, which has a plastic plug. Great 360 degree views. On the OS Trig database this has a different FB No. S4408 ??? I've read that Trigpoints in the 11000 range have an irregular history - so has this been moved or something at some stage ?

Good condition 2012-05-20 11:40 - TP4423 (Ling Park)

FB Number: S5311   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Not the most obvious place to site a Trig - on the side of a hill and behind a wall (maybe the wall wasn't there when the Trig was built?). Anyway the Trig has had it's plug filled in and doesn't appear to have suffered any further recent damage or vandalism

Dad at Ling Park Trig

Good condition 2012-05-19 13:30 - TP1589 (Branshaw)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Not visited fully - had to be content with a view from the footpath at the edge of a busy Branshaw golf course as I didn't think I'd be too popular if I strode across the busy fairways on a Saturday morning. One to re-visit when the course is empty. Trig looks well looked after at least from afar. Obviously adopted by the golf club - I would imagine it represents a 'hazard' in the club playing rules.

Branshaw Trig framed by a pair of golf bags - out of bounds today

Destroyed 2012-05-19 12:28 - TP2050 (Catstones Hill)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 5/10

Obviously been sadly removed by landowner judging from previous listings (Feb 93 according to the OS Trig Database). Maybe someone could make a replica trig and place it there ? Interesting how birch trees are gradually taking over the heather here - an example of what happens to a low-level non-managed heather moor.

Location of Catstones Trig - The Guide Inn, in the background

Good condition 2012-05-19 11:22 - TP5697 (Rivock Edge)

FB Number: S4563   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Straightforward walk-up the edge of the wood from the Silsden-Riddlesden road. Trig in good condition with filled-in plug. An imposing cliff top position overlooking Keighley but one which has been partially hidden now by the conifer trees below.

Good condition 2012-05-18 17:10 - TP0704 (Rombalds Moor)

FB Number: 2959   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Walked up and round from Ilkley - a bit of a slog on a bleak, dank and slightly wet Friday tea-time (in mid-May!). Trig in good condition with concrete plug and missing OS plaque - one of the original 'class 1' Primary trigs from the 1930's and as such deserves respect. A bit misty but local landmarks still visible. Excellent views down into Ilkley on the way up and way back.

Rombalds Moor trig and my faithful walking bag.

Good condition 2012-05-16 16:29 - TP4790 (Mickleber Hill)

FB Number: S5298   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

A tricky one to get to as the Trig is surrounded by land owned/rented by the livery situated on the ROW below the north side of the Trig, which lies on top of one of the many Drumlins which are a a feature of this area. Therefore I went up to the Trig from the south side, walking up the road from Gargrave station and then cutting across and along the field hedges. Trig in good condition with original plug. Good views from Drumlin country.

Good condition 2012-05-16 15:44 - TP1880 (Calton)

FB Number: S5560   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

A fifteen/twenty minute walk up from Calton village following the track past the waterfalls before cutting off up the hill to the top. Trig in good condition with its own stone circle and original plug. Good views towards Malham and west/south.

Good condition 2012-05-16 14:35 - TP0599 (Skipton FBM Aux 1)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

My first Berntsen. Very easy to find thanks to the info. from others who've posted.

Good condition 2012-05-16 13:39 - TP3678 (Haw Pike)

FB Number: S5307   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Prominent white trig as seen from the Addingham-Skipton road. Fifteen minute walk up the ROW from the Yorkshire Water entrance to Chelker reservoir. Trig has been recently painted and in good condition with plastic plug. Good views.

Good condition 2012-05-15 18:45 - TP0154 (Skell Gill)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Stopped on the way over Dallowgill moor towards Kirkby Malzeard. Very easy to locate thanks to others. Lovely sounds and sights of ground nesting nesting season of course.

Good condition 2012-05-13 12:35 - TP3346 (Gib)

FB Number: S4632   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

A slight trespass this I suppose but the easiest way up is along the wall-back up from the ROW next to the old Cononley Lead Mine - you're pretty much out of view that way. The walls are a bit precarious here so take care but there are a few fallen parts for access. Trig is over the wall from the mine's smelting chimney and is in very good condition - on a plinth, recently painted and with its original plug. Came across a giant puffball in the next field. Good views into upper Airedale.

Good condition 2012-05-12 12:30 - TP5258 (Overgate Croft Farm)

FB Number: S5302   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Walked up from the Silsden side. Nice but fairly boggy walk (on a clear sunny day for a change). Trig in good condition with original plug and set in its own stone circle. Traces of paint on the sides. Extensive views west and north.

Couldn't find it 2012-05-07 12:24 - TP8088 (Scrafton)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Couldn't find it   Score: 7/10

Walked up the track from West Srafton expecting a trig point as per the 1:25 000 OS Explorer Map but no trig point - just a small cairn of rocks. When I logged it on here though I see this website has it down as a bolt - presumably the bolt is underneath the rocks ? If you look on the 1:50 000 OS maps there is indeed no trig point marked. A good walk nonetheless up past the old West Scrafton Colliery and back along the moor boundary towards Great Groova Crags and back down to West Scrafton.

Good condition 2012-04-22 12:55 - TP3677 (Haw Crag)

FB Number: S5308   Condition: Good   Score: 9/10

Walked up from Gargrave village via the old lane linking Gargrave with Bell Busk - about a steady 90 minute walk there and back with a decent rest at the trig to take in the views. A sunshine and showers April day. Surprisingly good 360 degree views from here, despite being only around 700 feet above sea level, from this trig point on top of one of the glacial drumlins which are a common feature of this part of the Craven district. Trig is in good condition with original plug intact.

Slightly damaged 2012-04-07 14:55 - TP5928 (Shelfield Farm)

FB Number: S5381   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 7/10

An easy few-hundred yard walk up from one of two roads which meet near here, though I choose to pick a time when the field had just been manured. Trig shows some external cracks and the plug is a plastic one. Good views towards Pendle. Walton's monument, 27 feet tall, stands next to the Trig - said to have been built by the Rev. Rowe Walton of Marsden Hall in 1835. The monument also stands on what is thought to be the site of a great battle, the Battle of Brunanburgh, fought in AD 937.

Good condition 2012-03-13 13:20 - TP5119 (Newton Fell)

FB Number: S4698   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

A murky day obscuring what will normally be great views into the Trough of Bowland and towards Pendle Hill as well as west towards the coast. Walked up the track leading from the main road up to the communications mast - access land. Trig plug missing but otherwise in good condition.

Good condition 2012-03-13 12:17 - TP4535 (Longridge Fell)

FB Number: S4561   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

A murky day with a low blanket of stratus cloud obsuring what are usually good views in this area. Walked up from the Chipping direction. Trig in good condition.

Damaged 2012-03-08 09:51 - TP4811 (Middlesmoor Pasture)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Damaged   Score: 5/10

Walked up from Kettlewell - misty morning so views not so great. Trig plug missing and much of the surface layer missing from the Trig sides.

Good condition 2012-03-04 12:17 - TP4262 (Knarr Hill)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

A wintry Sunday in March. Walked from Warley Wise Lane up the well made track which takes you almost to the Trig Point. Good 360 degree views including a brooding misty Pendle Hill with a top coating of snow. Plenty of Curlews about too which was pleasing - this is good Curlew country. Trig in good condition with original plug and fairly recently painted.

Good condition 2012-02-25 12:25 - TP6455 (Thornton)

FB Number: S5300   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Walked up from the Thornton - Barlick (Barnoldswick) road. A right-of-way goes across the field so not much of a detour to get to the trig though when I cut down the field to the gateway I did get a 'goml' horn blast from a passing tractor. The trig is plainly visible on the skyline as you go from Thornton to Barlick. In good condition (plastic plug) and situated near to the comms mast.

Good condition 2012-02-19 12:45 - TP5788 (Sail Hill)

FB Number: S7750   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Just a few hundred yard from the distinctive Yorkshire Water (?) building on the Healey - Ellingstring road. Who's painted this Trig I wonder ??? In very good condition with original plug. Extensive views northwards.

Good condition 2012-02-19 12:06 - TP6436 (Thiefgate)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

Just a hundred yards or so along the field edge off the equally very minor road (Thiefgate Lane) just east of Masham. Reasonable though unspectacular views (for this part of the country) westwards. Trig has original plug in situ and has obviously been painted at some time in the not-too-distant past.

Good condition 2012-01-25 13:07 - TP2610 (Crook Rise Crag Top)

FB Number: S5781   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

A half hour walk-up along the edge of Barden Moor from the car park at Embsay reservoir. Misty today but the views south over Skipton and Airedale and westwards are normally impressive.

Good condition 2012-01-14 13:41 - TP1874 (Caley Deer Park)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Trig in good condition with plastic plug. Now on the edge of a conifer plantation above Otley - just a few hundred yards off the Otley - Yeadon road and on an attractive woodland path. The views over lower Wharfedale were probably reasonably impressive at one time but obscured by conifers now.

Damaged 2012-01-02 15:12 - TP3659 (Hartwith)

FB Number: S7662   Condition: Damaged   Score: 6/10

I can see this Trig from my front garden but this was my first visit. A blustery and boggy half-mile walk over fields from Chapel Lane in Hartwith. Top of trig badly eroded. Plastic Plug. I suppose technically a minor trespass but a ROW crosses the far side of the same field and there are no properties within close sight of the Trig so only the sheep will know ! Good views over central Nidderdale.

Good condition 2011-12-26 13:15 - TP5983 (Simons Seat)

FB Number: S5294   Condition: Good   Score: 9/10

Trig in good condition but with plug missing. My first 'official' visit to this Trig as I have been up here several times before. Walked up the four or five miles from nr West End Church via the recently restored Rocking Hall Shooting Lodge. This is all via Access Land and is a much quieter alternative to the Valley of Desolation 'tourist route' A mild but blowy Boxing Day turned into a violently windy one and the final ascent up the rocks of Simon's Seat to the trig point was very buffety. The views from here are fantastic though I was glad to get down off the tops and into Appletreewick for a well-earned pint at the Craven Arms, from where I had arranged to be collected.

Good condition 2011-12-03 13:50 - TP5374 (Penhill)

FB Number: S7708   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

A cold, wild and sometimes wet walk up Penhill from the Melmerby-West Witton road - takes about 3/4 hr. Interesting stone built trig with plug missing. Some great rainbows in between the showers and sunshine !

Damaged 2011-11-24 12:02 - TP6463 (Thorpe Fell)

FB Number: S5312   Condition: Damaged   Score: 7/10

A long trudge up on a blustery but dry autumn day from Thorpe via the track up to the old lead workings and then up the moor to the Trig. There are lots of sunken tracks and channels leading up the moor which I presume were worn into the moor by ponies carrying peat for centuries down from the peat pits on top of Thorpe Fell. If you look on google maps you get an idea of how many there are. Back to the Trig...such an exposed site has obviously had its effect on the trig with the top badly crumbled. Great views into the heart of upper Wharfedale.

Good condition 2011-11-17 12:15 - TP4151 (Kelbrook Moor)

FB Number: S5497   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

Parked in the car park of the Black Lane Ends pub on the old Colne - Skipton road (popped in to this pleasant isolated pub for a pint on returning - out of courtesy for using their car park). A clearly marked mile or so walk over to Kelbrook Moor, the last 1/4 mile straight over the heather. Views good over towards Pendle and to the north and west. Pleasing to see a good number of Snipe being flushed in front of me. Trig in good condition.

Slightly damaged 2011-11-17 11:30 - TP5377 (Penistone Hill)

FB Number: 11900   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 6/10

Easy to get to on the popular Penistone Hill Country Park above Haworth which was has been formed from old quarry workings. Watch out for dog s**t everywhere. Misty day when I was there but reaonable views otherwise. Trig sides crumbling a little.

Good condition 2011-11-17 00:00 - TP4567 (Lower Hill)

FB Number: S5389   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Easy to access from the minor road behind the Alma Arms.

Slightly damaged 2011-11-02 15:36 - TP5167 (North Nab)

FB Number: S5296   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 6/10

A leisurely 40 minute walk-up from the Cavendish Pavilion Car Park on a quiet and blustery Autumn mid-week afternoon. Trig cap is crumbling and there is no plug. Good views

Slightly damaged 2011-10-29 13:30 - TP7008 (Withins Height)

FB Number: S4819   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 7/10

A wet and blowy walk up from Ponden Reservoir via the spectacular Ponden Clough - a much quieter route than the tourist route via Bronte Falls. True broody 'Bronte country' weather today so not much of a view. Trig has plastic plug and a small crack running down one side from the top but otherwise ok.

Slightly damaged 2011-09-18 13:30 - TP4145 (Keighley Moor)

FB Number: S4494   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 9/10

Just off the Pennine Way by the Wolf Stones - a mile walk up from the old drovers road passing by Watersheddles reservoir. Superb far-reaching 360 degree views from the sombre moorlands of Bronte country. Bang on the historical boundary between Yorkshire and Lancashire so many nearby old marker stones etc to look at. Trig point top crumbling slightly and a plastic plug.

Good condition 2011-08-15 15:36 - TP4656 (Mark Hill)

FB Number: S8266   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

Bagged whilst grouse beating up on Ramsgill Moor so not that far for me to walk, otherwise it is a long way from the nearest tarmaced road (about three miles). It must be one of the most isolated trigs in the western half of Yorkshire. This lonely trigpoint is in good condition however with original brass plug. Great views on a clear day as it was today.

Slightly damaged 2011-08-14 11:30 - TP1634 (Brimham Rocks)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 6/10

Must be one of the most visited Trigs in Yorkshire and very busy when I was unavoidably there showing family visitors around the rocks. A mile walk from Brimham Rocks car park up to the Trig at the very top of the rocks. Good views south and east. The view west into Nidderdlae now obscured by trees.

Slightly damaged 2011-08-07 13:41 - TP6788 (Weets Hill)

FB Number: S4706   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 8/10

Not my first visit up to Weets by any means. Walked up this Sunday (with Dad) from Bancroft Mill. A bit gusty and showery but great clear views from the top. Went back down in a roundabout way to catch the last half-hour of the Bancroft Mill Engine in steam. Oh yes, the Trig Point...nearly forgot. Looking well and obviously recently painted (by Painterman). Plug missing and slightly knocked-about top.

Weets Hill Trig with Dad Dad looking towards Pendle Hill which was looking very moody this showery day...low cloud skimming its top.

Good condition 2011-07-31 12:00 - TP6688 (Vicars Allotment)

FB Number: S5561   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Pleasant but stiff walk up onto Skipton Moor on a sunny Sunday. Trig in Good condition with concrete plug and all holes filled. Good views westwards from the trig and also looking down onto Skipton - bit hazy today though.

Good condition 2011-07-23 17:32 - TP6862 (Whelpstone Crag)

FB Number: S5620   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Walked up from Tosside - a 4 mile return walk the latter of which was very boggy after heavy mid-week rain. Great views once you get there - 360 degrees and it was very clear so the Lake District peaks were visible. Trig in good condition with plastic plug. A pretty remote place even though height wise not that much (1300 ft). The pub at Tosside (Dog & Partridge) is only open Fri-Sun and these days is geared up toward mountain bikers but worth calling in if the weather is ok as there are seats outside.

Good condition 2011-07-23 13:45 - TP6546 (Tosside)

FB Number: S5622   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Did this after getting back to Tosside from the walk up to the trig at Whelpstone Crag. This one though is just five minutes walk up the from pub at Tosside so a big bonus. Trig is just a hundred yards or so off the road and in good condition with plastic plug.

Slightly damaged 2011-07-19 17:59 - TP1115 (Beamsley Beacon)

FB Number: S5299   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 8/10

Nice after-work stroll on a broody threatening evening up to the top of 1400 foot Beamsley Beacon. Great 360 degree views. Trig in reasonably good condition with some restored top damage. Concrete plug. Must have been painted in last few years. A National Park bronze plaque affixed to the trig gives some background to the adjacent bronze-age burial mound as well as the trig point itself.

Good condition 2011-07-11 13:57 - TP2921 (Dunhazels Farm)

FB Number: S5309   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

In a field to the left just off the Paythorne - Wigglesworth road driving towards Wigglesworth. Clearly visible as you drive along. No footpath marked across the field so I pulled up by a gatehole a few hundred yards down the road and walked up the gentle hill and out of sight of the farm until the last few yards. Great view of Pendle in the background and trig in good condition, though minus it's original brass plug. Set in stone circle which is only the second I've come across.

Good condition 2011-07-11 11:27 - TP9038 (Wainmans Pinnacle)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Walked the half-mile along the ridge from Lund Tower where there is a minor road nearby. Wainman's Pinnacle was built in 1816 by Richard Wainman, a local landowner to celebrate the victory at Waterloo and, more sombrely, the death of his son in the Napoleonic wars. Good views towards Pendle Hill and Airedale

Good condition 2011-06-30 17:59 - TP4420 (Lindley Moor)

FB Number: S7712   Condition: Good   Score: 9/10

My - some rock climbing skills required to get to actually touch this one. Were the OS having a bit of a laugh I wonder when they sited this? Trig in vgc apart from non-original plug. Centre needle inside trig visible through the open sight holes. Fantastic location with great views now all the old conifers have been chopped down.

Destroyed 2011-06-18 14:32 - TP4180 (Kex Gill Moor)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 7/10

This moorland trig Trig obviously disappeared when the quarry extension was created - according to the Ordnance Survey trig database it was destroyed in June 1991. The quarry hole where the trig was is now flooded and is home to a good population of wading and moorland birds, so some compensation. Ironically the silica sand quarry was only in operation for around 6-7 years before closing in the early 1990's not long after the trig was destroyed. Good, if blustery, views towards Harrogate and the Vale of York.

Good condition 2011-06-18 13:38 - TP2759 (Delph Farm)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

Photographed this one from the roadside. I couldn't be bothered trying to climb over the tricky and probably unstable wall and a bit too close to the cattery/stables. Trig has obviously been painted in the not too distant past.

Good condition 2011-06-18 11:20 - TP7070 (Worlds Hill)

FB Number: S4676   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Minor trespass probably but semi-moorland and no dwellings in close sight of trigpoint. I walked up discreetly along the wall from the little quarry on the road where the wall ends. Surprisingly good view from trig which is next to radio comms mast. Trig in good condition with original plug. Is it really Worlds Hill or should it be Whorls Hill after the adjacent farm ? There is no Worlds hill or Farm named on my OL21 Explorer map...

Slightly damaged 2011-06-15 13:48 - TP4360 (Lanshaw Farm)

FB Number: S7878   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 5/10

A 15 minute hike from the Forestry Commission car park at Stainburn Moor, this Trig is easily accessible one step over the fence from the ROW. Appears to have had some repairs to cracks and a plastic plug is in place. Views towards north Leeds nothing spectacular but were probably better before all the conifer trees were planted.

Good condition 2011-06-12 11:00 - TP5251 (Ouster Bank)

FB Number: S7713   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

Lies a few hundred yards from along the eastward wall running from the cattle grid. Trig in good condition with original inscribed OS plug. Great views of the head of Nidderdale as well as towards the north-east.

Good condition 2011-06-11 16:00 - TP3579 (Halton Height)

FB Number: S5313   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

A not-far but very steep walk up from a layby on the Skipton - Burnsall road. Trig in good condition with original plug. Sight holes open but not possible to see through

Good condition 2011-06-11 14:00 - TP7207 (Skipton (R))

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

My first FBM. I have driven past this literally hundreds of times over the years without realising what was hidden over the wall from the Skipton-Embsay road, so having done some research on FBMs and Levelling Lines it was understandably a bit exciting meeting this one face-to-face. The height and modern Ordnance Survey plates are still in place and good to see this FBM secure behind strong green railings.

Skipton FBM Skipton FBM secure behind sturdy green railings with the Embsay-Skipton road in the background.

Slightly damaged 2011-06-11 12:00 - TP5916 (Sharpah)

FB Number: S5498   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 8/10

Nice walk up this pinnacle from the Skipton side. Windy on top but clear with fantastic 360o views particulary westwards towards Pendle Hill etc. Trig has a chunk missing from one lower corner and some concrete coming away from top. Plastic plug. One sight hole open.

Good condition 2011-06-09 13:00 - TP4949 (Mount Pleasant)

FB Number: S7749   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Managed this one during my lunch hour as it is the nearest one to my workplace. Took a little finding though as the public footpaths look as though they hardly get used but is in fact just a few hundred yards off the very busy A59. Trig in very good condition with original plug intact, but is now cunningly disguised as part of a dry stone wall which the farmer must have built, and is adorned with a barbed wire necklace. Fortunately the flush bracket faces into the open field next to the ROW. East and West sight holes open but impossible to check the other two as they are against the dry stone wall.

Good condition 2011-06-07 17:45 - TP1997 (Carr Top)

FB Number: S7882   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

Very close (50yds) to the minor, but busy, Otley-Blubberhouses road. On a bad hill bend with parking difficult but managed next to the blue gate. Plastic plug. All sight holes open with view of centre bolt needle.

Good condition 2011-06-07 17:30 - TP0912 (Askwith Moor)

FB Number: S7875   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Plastic plug, sight holes open and trig set in its own little stone circle. Plenty of lichen growth on the sides exposed to the prevailing westerly winds. Good 360 degree views inc. lower Wharfedale

Good condition 2011-06-06 18:30 - TP3758 (Heyshaw Moor)

FB Number: S7748   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

This is the second closest trig point to my house. A lovely summer evening on Heyshaw moor with the air filled with the sounds of Curlews and views as far as Drax power station some fifty miles to the south-east. A well looked-after trig with plastic plug

Heyshaw Moor Trig Point Looking to the east/south-east, with York Minster just to the left of the Trig and Harrogate to the right with beyond that Drax power station nr Goole (fifty miles away!)

Slightly damaged 2011-06-04 13:30 - TP1541 (Boulsworth)

FB Number: S1540   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 7/10

My first log and my first ascent of Boulsworth Hill after meaning to for a long time. Cloud was scudding the tops so only brief tantalising glimpes of what must be fantastic views. Very clean, freshly painted trig point.

Good condition 2011-05-22 12:30 - TP3054 (Elslack Moor)

FB Number: S4451   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Just a few hundred yards off what is locally known as the Skipton Old Road across Elslack Moor - the original direct ten mile route linking Skipton in Yorkshire with Colne in Lancashire. Trig is on the site of a Napoleonic alarm beacon. Robert Wilson, a beacon keeper, died a few dozen yards away, having succumbed to severe winter weather in 1805. His grave here was/is marked but he was subsequently disinterred and re-buried in Elslack churchyard.

Dad at Elslack Moor Trig My Dad at Elslack Moor Trig - having persuaded him that walk up the track from the road was not too far - just ten minutes steady walk. ©Paulus66

Good condition 2010-12-05 11:00 - TP5370 (Pendle Hill)

FB Number: S2161   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

My most regularly visited Trig Point. Pendle Hill draws me back again and again. Bitterly cold (the early snows of late Nov/Early Dec 2010) and windy but fantastic views as far as Coniston and farther on, Scafell Pike

Pendle Hill looking East ©Paulus66

Good condition 2010-09-11 13:21 - TP8027 (Cracoe War Memorial)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Walked across from Rylstone Cross on a fine Autumn day. Impressive that they built such a memorial high up above Cracoe. Great views into the heart of the southern Yorkshire Dales.

Good condition 2010-09-10 12:23 - TP2382 (Coniston Old Man)

FB Number: S5473   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Walked up from Torver via Goats Water. A long steady walk. Summit in almost continuous cloud so no real views until descending a few hundred feet. Stone trig in good condition.

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