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Nice little stroll after checking on a DofE group in Elterwarter. Altitude 337m
Altitude 427m. Parked at NY987370 and walked up via a rather beautiful 150 year old Ordnance survey benchmark (https://www.bench-marks.org.uk/bm111984).
Altitude 378m. Early start and got here via Five Pikes.
Altitude 478m. Parked up at NY997306 and required torch in the light of dawn and mist. Nice walk to here.
Altitude 458m. In the area hunting benchmarks and it seemed churlish not to nab this trigpoint. My route circumnavigated Balderhead Res. Great day out.
Altitude 530m. Parked at Hudes Hope and followed the line of the gutter to the trig.
Altitude 522m. Walked from Little Eggleshope gill across to Great Eggles Hope and Monks Moor to get to this one. Early start and rather chilly in the wind up here but cracking views.
Altitude 696m. Nice walk up from Greendale via the Gill and Tarn.
Altitude 84m. I had to scrabble around in the bushes and brambles to find this one but it is still there.
Altitude 913m. Walked up via Cockup then decended via Little Man, Lonscale Fell and Skiddaw House and back to the car at Peter House Farm. Loats of folk around as the weather was good - great views.
Altitude 619m. Walked over from Red Pike (mostly in mist) . Only met a couple of others out there so a good day in the hills.
Altitude 759m. Walk up from buttermere via some potential sites for benchmarks (couple found). Misty, and windy so cold at the summit despite being July. On to Great Borne then back to Buttermere via Loweswater.
A good walk out - from Cow Green via Trout Beck and Hard Hill then staright line to here via a couple of benchmarks. Check out the pair of Benchmarks on this summit. Altitude 769m
From Cow Green Reservior via Trout beck. Cracking day out.
Altitute 510m Great walk up via Harbut Law
Altitude 694m Very sorry state but a cracking location.
Altitude 709m Good walk on a bulstery day. From Ireshopeburn up the causway to here - easy walk on road/track then short stroll across moor.
Cracking winter walk! I reckon there were no visitors to the island - we arrived at dawn as the causeway was closing, the weather was blustery and it was mid week in December so no one was around. I couldn't get to the base of the flagstaff but the coords are close.
Altitude 449m Came up this way looking for benchmarks and it seemed churlish not to log the trig pillar. Bench mark on the other face of the wall and dates from 1856. Info on the benchmark can be found at https://www.bench-marks.org.uk/bm102679
It is a great shame that this trigpoint has been damaged so badly. The centre bolt is still in situ but the rest is completely missing.