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TP1791 - Burraland
31st May 2013 08:00 by peregrinus
Metal cap, wide raised letters. Beside ruined building. Thick mist. From road end a 300m walk.
24th May 2013 11:30 by Chalky
Spider centre cap with raised lettering.
23rd Sep 2012 17:49 by Da Lipper
Went down to the Broch to get a better view of Mousa. Great view North to Bressay with the sun low in the sky.
12th Sep 2012 16:02 by edfielden
I parked beside the road at The Wart and walked along the track to the NE and then SE before branching off to ascend to the summit over the grassland. Pillar beside a ruined square wall structure. FB faces NNW; WSW sighthole open, others plugged; original cap with raised letters. Great location despite its low height with very good views of Mousa Broch exactly a mile away across the water to the east. The replacement for Mousa Lighthouse (TP9649) is also visible from here on the far side of Mousa.
10459 - Pillar Looking SE, ruined shelter behind ©edfielden
27th Sep 2011 11:05 by martine41
Comparatively easily reached TP from road end at Noness. Worth walking along the E. coastline and visiting ruined broch before heading for the TP Strong S. winds with varied coastline views in all directions, reasonable visibility at time of visit..
20th Aug 2011 20:32 by trigging on an island
I started walking this morning at Easter Quarff and spent the afternoon on the island Mousa, before making it up here in the late evening. The access was simple enough along the farm track from Sand Lodge. It was starting to get dark and was raining intermittently so I didnít hang around long, but the walk around No Ness looked like one Iíd like to do another day. I walked one mile further before electing to raise my tent beside the football pitch at the crossroads in Sandwick.
12th Jun 2005 12:00 by iainmac