There are 10 photos for this trigpoint (view album).
Is ranked joint 1710th with 32 other trigs (more).
Has a mean score of 6.64/10 (from 11 logged visits)
Was First logged: 23rd Aug 2007
Was Last logged: 22nd Nov 2018
Of the 11 logged visits,
6 recorded a location and of these....
All were within 14m
The average error was 8m
1 was exact
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22nd Nov 2018 13:19 by vgiorgio
Gridref: NH 36701 10908 FB Number: NO FB Condition: Slightly damaged Score: 5/10
10th Aug 2018 15:03 by nozzer
Gridref: NH 36706 10897 FB Number: NONE Condition: Slightly damaged Score: 7/10
Again a traverse across the hillside from Trig E no FB. Visited with Big J
10th Aug 2018 15:01 by BigJ
Gridref: NH 36711 10904 FB Number: Not logged Condition: Slightly damaged Score: 7/10
Fourth of five today doing a clockwise round of H, E, F, P, G. This was a Vanessa with no FB. Slight cracking round the column. With Nozzer.
27th May 2018 14:35 by thejackrustles
FB Number: NONE Condition: Slightly damaged Score: 8/10
Circuit of trigs (G, P, F, E, H). From G you can clearly see P on the hill opposite but you can also see you have to drop to the track and ascend back up again. The descent was easy but the slog up the hill on the other side from N57° 09.367' W4° 42.178' was over tough tussocky ground, which looked dry but had big bog holes through it and every step was an effort as you didn't make much progress, also no shade so it was very hot, we sat for a while at a rocky crag (N57° 09.524' W4° 42.148') to try and get some shade and then tried to follow the rocky bands of ground to make progress easier to the trigpoint. Fantastic views to Fort A.
15th Jun 2016 16:20 by dal
FB Number: Not logged Condition: Slightly damaged Score: 6/10
Tussocky walk from forestry track.
10th Jun 2016 11:06 by asbown
Gridref: NH 36705 10909 FB Number: Not logged Condition: Slightly damaged Score: 6/10
Nice and easy to start the day off, good views.
3rd Oct 2015 12:18 by David Miller
Gridref: NH 36703 10903 FB Number: NONE Condition: Slightly damaged Score: 5/10
Easy walk from Station G. Trig is on ridge between two halves of Balantoul Burn, just above a small crag. Open views in all directions. Large flake missing from top, and salt-encrusted cracks down sides. No flush bracket, and no sighting holes either.
18th Apr 2009 18:30 by Chalky
FB Number: Not logged Condition: Slightly damaged Score: 5/10
Cylindrical, No FB .
10th Dec 2008 13:25 by spidym
FB Number: Not logged Condition: Slightly damaged Score: 8/10
Straight up from Project G. A few cracks to be seen on trig. Overall ok though. Fantastic views looking south. Well worth the visit. :)
23rd Nov 2007 12:00 by peregrinus
FB Number: No FB Condition: Slightly damaged Score: 7/10
Effectively a cylindrical pillar (Vanessa) built without FB, built onto square plinth which is cast directly onto stone outcrop. Some shallow cracking to pillar. Spider has the double triangle and cross markings common to the GG Project (also some scratched initials). Fine view. Route to Station G involves some seriously bad ground, although there is a new forest road from E.
23rd Aug 2007 12:25 by Clochandighter
Gridref: NH 36709 10896 FB Number: NOFB Condition: Slightly damaged Score: 9/10
GPSr NH 36709 10896. This pillar is different from anything previously encountered. Apparently known as a "Brander" (OS info), it appears to be a cylindical Vanessa style pillar built onto a concrete block. Whether it was originally like this or the pillar was added to the block at a later date is uncertain, the concrete in the two parts differ. The spider is plugged with the familiar coarse granular substance. There is no flush bracket, and never has been. There are no horizontal sighting holes, so probably no pillar bolt. Views to head of Loch Ness, along the Caledonian Canal, and to the hills on the opposite side of the Glen. Photographed 23/08/2007, GRP.