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TP1776 - Burn Fell
13th Apr 2013 13:00 by SNSE
Circular route from Dunsop bridge via whitendale. Past trig and followed wall back down via Beatrix wood. Sunny with clear views initially then weather turned just as we reached trig. Mainly dry under foot. Windy rainy cloudy so views reduced. Quite a few dead sheep / sheep remains from recent snow drifts :-(
8th Mar 2012 10:48 by manonabike
26th Oct 2011 15:05 by Sandgrownun
Circular walk from Dunsop Bridge to Whitendale,up fell to Dunsop Head,right to trig,VERY boggy,past WW2 american plane crash memorial,down to Beatrix farm & across field back to River Dunsop & car park.Trig looked ok to me,but will leave it as slightly damaged.3 sight holes open,original plug and flaking white paint.Good 360 deg views on a clear day,and not too windy either.
22nd Oct 2011 15:10 by wanderer
Along the fence then wall from White Hill. Uninspiring stuff. On to Slaidburn for the Little Red Bus.
28th Sep 2011 21:34 by stonestreaker
11th May 2011 17:06 by melch
27th Mar 2011 14:05 by painterman61
Walked up PROW from road to burnside farm then good path almost to trig then followed wall to trig.Trig has slight cracking in body and top original plug with shallow engraved letters fading white paint.This trig is the first of the 5000 series built in 8th october 1948,good views but hazy today .
30th Aug 2010 12:30 by MickandKim
Walked from Dunsop Bridge by the side of the River Dunsop up on to fell turned right and followed wall to trig Back by wall to WW2airplane crash site
29th Jul 2009 00:00 by caroleengel
13th Jul 2009 11:55 by BILLY COO
21st Jun 2009 13:31 by lonesome_cowboy_burt
Circular walk from Dunsop Bridge, up from Whitendale. Dry ground (mostly) and good views
28th May 2009 13:25 by Historian
Cloud down, no view. Very wet underfoot.
12th May 2009 14:00 by AndyKeen
4th Apr 2009 22:07 by Foinavon
Found with team bullseys on our take a hike adventure.
4th Apr 2009 21:17 by PopUpPirate
No views today, due to the mist, and sadly the rain, too, but no doubt a cracking spot. Wet feet already!
4th Apr 2009 07:35 by Pyoung1s
4th Apr 2009 07:35 by The Cache Hoppers
What a fabulous place! What a hill to climb!
2nd Mar 2009 10:51 by PeteBoggs
Cloud down raining wet underfoot
28th Feb 2009 14:00 by Trig391
Slight Damage to one side and needs painting, Nice walk up Stayed dry.
Burn Fell. ©Trig391
22nd Mar 2008 00:00 by bogdodger
1st Jul 2006 11:00 by ted
Plug intact; flaking white paint; 3 sighting-holes open with centre mark visible (just); slight damage to SW face of pillar. Hazy views.
21st Aug 2005 12:00 by peregrinus
metal cap, shallow letters, SW face cracked & slightly damaged, else vgc, rough grassland by wall, nice plateau-edge view
Montaged by Jon Rouse ©peregrinus
6th Mar 2004 20:51 by stonestreaker
its the holy grail of flush bracket numbers!S5000- couldn't believe it when I saw it! well worth the walk, aren't they all?
1st Jan 2002 12:00 by langden
Burn Fell ©langden
7th Jul 1996 00:00 by mickandshane
Plug with indented lettering.
15th Oct 1994 14:30 by dugswell2
On a mountain rescue trainig day...date approx...induction training.