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TP2106 - Challister Ness
30th May 2013 12:35 by peregrinus
Metal cap, wide raised letters. Set back from highpoint a little to avoid the peat. Live peat workings, very neat, we met the peat cutter
30th May 2013 12:30 by Chalky
One of two Vanessa's on Whalsay. Spider centre cap with raised lettering.
17th Sep 2012 14:44 by edfielden
I was very pleased to find a (relatively) dry route to this given previous logs. Just on the seaward side of the cattle grid at Vaivoe there is an earth bank running along the inside of the fence. Follow this W, NW and NNE to about 100m before the high point. Hop over the fence to the left and round the north side of the peat bank for about 125m. Cylindrical pillar in peaty area with much cutting evident. FB faces E; N sighthole open, all others closed; original top with raised letters. Nice views from here including Out Skerries and the lighthouse (TP9662), and a view SW of the replacement for the Suther Ness lighthouse (TP9661).
10519 - Pillar Looking WSW towards Kirk Ness and Suther Ness, West Linga and Shetland Mainland ©edfielden
2nd Nov 2011 15:10 by martine41
High winds and salt laden air reduced the visibilty and prevented this trig from getting a better and deserved higher score from this visit. Many abandoned peat banks between the road and the trig point as well as soggy conditions underfoot. Maybe not so bad for the time of year.
9th Oct 2008 13:00 by dmwhite
Quick trip up to this whilst on Whalsay for work. Very wet approach and near gale conditions made it interesting, views interesting as usual for Shetland
13th Jun 2005 12:00 by iainmac
Took a gps reading as the trig seems to be a few metres from highest bit of ground.