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TP3312 - Garleigh Moor
21st Apr 2013 10:47 by CJO
Approach from east, good views of Simonside hills. passed grouse butts on approach. Cap missing. Visited some 8 years previously.
13th Apr 2013 11:59 by coinea
13th Apr 2013 11:58 by Clochandighter
Second visit. SITE VISIT: Pillar in good condition. Spider centre open. Flush bracket faces NNW, ~329°. Vented through NE sight hole. Full 360° panoramic view from top.
S3696 - Garleigh Moor & GRP
25th Oct 2011 13:50 by staggie34
No views to start today due to very low clagg. Breezy and cool. Took in Tosson Hill trig then over Simonside to Garleigh Hill. The cloud had lifted a little but no distant views. Great trig this on a clear day though.
27th Aug 2011 19:00 by senrabyar
(see Target Plantation) ... and by now smart phone had lost battery, so no accurate time or position. Does it matter - no!
13th Mar 2011 16:15 by sheepsocks
Collected this one after visiting the near-by hill fort and cup and ring marked stones. Lovely views in a big landscape, Cheviot in the distance looking regal with its new dusting of snow. Cup and ring marked rocks well worth a visit some of the best examples there are.
27th Jun 2010 00:00 by MickandKim
Nice area for walking
17th Jun 2010 11:52 by TomL
Walk up from Rothbury with a quick sprint up the craggy bit from the footpath on the west side. Cairn is higher than the Trig now.
Garleigh Moor 170610 ©TomL
7th Apr 2009 11:52 by wrose
Collected this one after logging a nearby geocache 'Lord and the Rings'. Found a gap in the wire fence and staight up the hillside through the rocks. Pillar in good condition. Original plug with indented lettering. One open hole. Almost dwarfed by cairn but wonderful views of the surrounding area.
5th Nov 2007 00:00 by Border Peat
nice little walk from car parkplus cup and ring marks
22nd Oct 2007 18:50 by stan toon
Quick jaunt across heather from car park
12th May 2007 12:00 by iainmac
10th Dec 2006 15:00 by staggie34
An easy ascent from the minor road onto a good hill. Did this after bagging Tosson Hill and crossing Simonside crag. Good spot with some excellent views but not with the awful weather today!
16th Apr 2006 16:00 by gansonwheels
Fine bike ride. 30 mile round trip from Morpeth via The 3 Fords and back over Coat Yards moor from Forest Burn Gate with my son. The walk from Pt 217 on the road below TP was amusing in cycling shoes. I have found cup & ring markings on the moor in the past using Stan Beckensall's book.
18th Oct 2005 08:30 by Alba
Not a bad trig easy to get to only wish the weather was better
2nd Oct 2005 16:06 by Bridgeman
Bagged on circular walk from Rothbury via Tosson Hill, but you can approach this TP from car park at NZ052988. Fairly easy walking across moorland with noe fence to cross. Failed to find any cup and ring marked stones.
15th May 2005 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, metal cap shallow letters, OK summit & view
Montaged by Jon Rouse ©peregrinus
5th Feb 2005 12:39 by Longfram Kev
15th Sep 2003 16:00 by teasel
Nice walk up. Placed an extra stone on top of the cairn :-)
15th Sep 2003 16:00 by The Peak Plodders
BY a rather large cairn. Couldn't find any cup and ring marked stones here.
6th Apr 2000 12:59 by jimmy
24th Aug 1999 13:29 by Clochandighter
Trig pillar in good condition. Flush bracket facing in a northerly direction. Large cairn to the northeast of the pillar. Visited and photographed 24/08/1999, GRP.
S3696 - Garleigh Moor TP & FB. Before David's time I suspect.
25th Jun 1997 00:00 by mickandshane
Plug with indented lettering.
14th May 1995 15:24 by andyc
Was the closest to Felton (where i lived at the time) that was still unvisited. Short dash up in the rain.