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TP3344 - Giants Grave
7th Apr 2013 13:42 by moonraker
Bagged while on circular walk from Pewsey. Next to footpath but other side of barbed wire fence. Great views.
13th Oct 2012 12:42 by jonglew
Pillar in good condition, on the wrong side of the fence line so a quick hop over is needed to get up close and personal with it. Good views from here south over the Vale of Pwesey towards Salisbury Plain, and east along the southern escarpment of the Marlborough Downs as Giant's Grave pokes out into the vale. Rain threatening on this second visit so views a bit hazy.
30th Sep 2012 14:43 by snerdbe
Also logged as YSM380
2nd Jun 2012 06:09 by Pharisee
I left the car in the car park to the north east and walked along the ridge to this one via the Martinsell pillar. An easy walk along the ridge . The pillar is in generally good condition with a few chips out of the top edge and the centre plug has been removed. It was very misty this morning which obstructed what I imagine are to be exceptional views to the south and east.
19th Feb 2012 11:56 by g4wsb
Great views today
19th Oct 2011 14:58 by sniffadogz
16th Sep 2011 20:56 by The QCs
Found as part of an extension to the Martinsell geocaching loop. Amazing views up here.
17th Jul 2011 16:20 by Dusty
13th Jun 2011 15:22 by simplysup
7th Aug 2010 16:05 by cmb1953
16th Jul 2010 21:08 by captain gore-tex
Long pull up here to find no memory card in the camera. Nice other mark on the way up
19th Jun 2010 11:34 by Lydford Locators
Bit of a slog up here on a very hot day, but it was worth it for the amazing panorama.
11th Apr 2010 16:45 by Boid
13th Oct 2009 10:00 by baskerville bogtrotters
Found while caching in the area. Superb views today on a very sunny autumnal morning.
24th May 2009 14:51 by moonraker
Good condition but wrong side of barbed wire fence. Superb views in all directions.
14th May 2009 17:56 by Griefmiester
Walked over from Martinsell along the ridge - great short walk, great views, very quiet - Pillar Good condition - missing cap and plug. Interesting nearby BM
22nd Aug 2008 13:34 by Lone Hunter
Visited whilst geocaching in the areas
9th Mar 2008 14:30 by cavinguk
Great climb up this mini-mountain from Oare! Superb views all round and an excellent walk beyond.
1st Dec 2007 13:24 by Glaslyn
Walked in from the parking to the NW. Windy day but rain held off.Excellent viewpoint from pillar.
19th Sep 2007 12:42 by tom
A charm of goldfinches were flying around the crest of the hill on my approach from Martinsell. The pillar is sited on a grassy promontory close to some earthworks; it has no plug and has FB S2173. It looks south over Pewsey and its Vale to the scarp of Salisbury Plain from Walbury to Westbury; west over Oare to distant views of the flatland of West Wiltshire and to the north are Oare and Huish Hills with the scarp-line meandering away to the northwest.
20th Aug 2007 11:50 by bluebeard
all around the harvest is mostly safely gathered in.
19th May 2007 16:20 by dal
Pleasant stroll along West Wilts Way from Martinsell. Electric fence missing. Barbed wire still present. Nearby BM is a rivet.
28th Apr 2007 09:45 by Pyoung1s
13th Jan 2007 13:00 by Paul and Max
Visited after Martinsell, someone must have made a nocturnal visit recently, several spent firework rockets on the ground around the pillar!
28th Oct 2006 16:30 by lackofluke
10th Jun 2006 08:00 by macroderma
Other side of recent barbed wire fence and electric fence Excellent views
5th Jun 2006 16:50 by Rhayader_wanderer
Barbed wire restored, nice walk along the scarp from Martinsell using the access land to ling the footpaths that cross the hill.
13th May 2006 17:35 by freespirit1402
Puff pant etc etc. Turns out photo is of bolt benchmark. Have added it to www.bench-marks.org.uk database
12th Sep 2005 12:53 by Managra
This is on the north side of the fence from the rivet and someone had made it easy to crawl through the barbed wire by removing the barbs. In good condition on top of a concrete footing. The plug is missing.
11th Jul 2005 14:30 by Wubbleyew
Long walk in the wonderful Marlborough Downs on a hot (29/30 C) windy day. Fascinating Iron Age promontory fort of just over two acres is the Giant's Grave.
20th Mar 2005 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, no cap or plug, fine compact summit. 50m to SW is small stone pillar with rivet BM on top
8th Jan 1995 00:00 by mickandshane
Short distance from Martinsell.Tarmac plug.
7th Mar 1982 00:00 by RogerTempleman
White pillar behind barbed wire fence reached from Martinsell Hill (S1500).