There are 11 photos for this trigpoint (view album).
Is ranked joint 2859th with 64 other trigs (more).
Has a mean score of 6.25/10 (from 8 logged visits)
Was First logged: 23rd Aug 2007
Was Last logged: 22nd Nov 2018
Of the 8 logged visits,
5 recorded a location and of these....
All were within 23m
The average error was 13m
1 was exact
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|Selection of photos for this Pillar.|
By David Miller
By David Miller
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22nd Nov 2018 12:43 by vgiorgio
Gridref: NH 34834 10645 FB Number: 11873 Condition: Good Score: 5/10
10th Aug 2018 13:32 by nozzer
Gridref: NH 34830 10639 FB Number: 11878 Condition: Good Score: 7/10
The area a round the trig have now been clear felled it easy to find. Visited with Big J.
10th Aug 2018 13:28 by BigJ
Gridref: NH 34836 10651 FB Number: 11873 Condition: Good Score: 7/10
Second of five today doing a clockwise round of H, E, F, P, G. A hop, trip and bounce across the clear felling landed us at the trig. Good views. With Nozzer
27th May 2018 16:36 by thejackrustles
FB Number: 11873 Condition: Good Score: 6/10
Circuit of trigs (G, P, F, E, H). From F to E via N57° 09.580' W4° 43.539' and N57° 09.532' W4° 43.769'. DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME! Extensive forestry work in the area, got trapped amongst the fallen and felled trees and fell off some when trying to tight rope walk along two which snapped, came out completely battered and bruised. I think there may be a firebreak from N57° 09.470' W4° 43.400' which will follow the contour line along to the trig, alternatively, make your way to N57° 09.161' W4° 43.776' avoiding the felled area and take a large tractor track which leads up to the trigpoint which is the route we took out. This one was a totally f***ing nightmare.
3rd Oct 2015 14:00 by David Miller
Gridref: NH 34840 10652 FB Number: 11873 Condition: Good Score: 10/10
Not easy to find! From isolated firebreak immediately to north, the pillar is hiding behind a large banded rock outcrop. It's under a tree, so GPS fix may not be accurate. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-DDLJtXJl_o
18th Apr 2009 17:50 by Chalky
FB Number: 11873 Condition: Good Score: 1/10
VGC , Asphalt plug. Followed Alt na Fearna from forest track at NH 349 102 taking R branch until first fire break then head E & trig just on S edge behind large rock.
28th Sep 2007 12:00 by peregrinus
FB Number: 11873 Condition: Good Score: 4/10
vgc, standard Hotine pillar, asphalt plug, spider with a + and 2 triangular marks (I think), in common with the other GG Project pillars. E edge of small clearing S side of narrow ride. A rough bearing from ride to S thru dense sitka luckily took me straight to it - ironic as an hour searching for 11872 (estimated loc NH35450953 - see bench-marks.org) had produced nothing.
23rd Aug 2007 13:58 by Clochandighter
Gridref: NH 34833 10630 FB Number: 11873 Condition: Good Score: 10/10
GPSr NH 34833 10630 ±6m. Standard Hotine pillar in good condition. Spider centre plugged with usual coarse granular substance. Three horizontal sight holes open (LHS plugged) pillar bolt viewable. Flush Bracket faces SW ~222°. This pillar took quite a bit of finding. Located in woods at the edge of a narrow fire break, luckily the FB faces outwards. Pleasant location, but view lost to conifers. Photographed 23/08/2007, GRP.
11873 - Great Glen Project Station E pillar & FB.
the first glimpse look carefully in these trees
after some branch clearance note not a summit
Spider markings cross & 2 triangles : on all GGP stations.