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A book, written by Keith Stevens and Peter Whittaker, about trigpointing walks in the Peaks.
A book, written by Keith Stevens, about trigpointing walks in the Dales.
An e-book, written by John Davies, about the Primary Re-triangulation in Wales.
A book, written by a long standing T:UK member, about trigpoint walks in the Peak District.
Profile for Bergfuehrer
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|Personal details:||Message from Latestarter (Gill Rogers): It is with great sadness that i record here that Bergfuehrer died on 19th July 2011. True to form, we were staying up in the mountains of Austria at the time, having had a few wonderful days of walking. Jeremy was thrilled to meet some of you fellow triggers at Cold Ashby earlier in the year. Keep up the good work and maybe i will see some of you up north in 2012.
Jeremy's profile: I have been a walker and cyclist all my life. I have always kept a log of the hills I have climbed so I have been able to accurately enter those trigs visited before I found this great website. I do not have GPS, I just rely on accurate map reading and the information of others. My only critical observation of this website is the geographical information and I know it would take time to change it. I am a strong believer that geographically and historically, counties cannot change or move. Administrative areas come and go but counties do not. I therefore enter in my logs the traditional county in which the trig is to be found. |
|Total of 677 trigpoints logged:|
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|Unreachable but visible||9|