An app for Android phones is now available. Click or scan the image above to install via Google Play.
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 Trigbagger
|Personal details:||First got interested in Trig Points when I was about 18. If I saw a pillar I couldn't walk past without going up to it. Only started making a note of the numbers and photographing them about 5 or 6 years ago, trouble is most of the photos have my kids in them, lol. Now I've found this site I will have to revisit loads of pillars that I first visited years ago so that I have a logged date and photo of them. In 2008 My boyfriend got the trig point bug too so I now have someone to accompany me when I go trigbagging.
My aim in life is to visit every occurence of the grid ref 090 173 (it's my birthdate) and to visit the highest and the lowest, and the most northerly, easterly, southerly and westerly trig pillars on mainland UK.|
|Total of 150 trigpoints logged:|
|By current use|
|Active station||1|| |
|By historic use|
|13th order - GPS||3|
|Fundamental Benchmark||1|| |
|Couldn't find it||2|
|Unreachable but visible||1|