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TP3365 - Glaisdale Rigg
22nd Apr 2013 12:55 by Griefmiester
The don't come easier than this, just the howling gale to contend with, great views and area, Pillar good condition.
9th Sep 2012 12:25 by redDragon
As easy as they come. Right beside road running along the ridge. Good condition
5th Sep 2012 13:50 by KevP
Easy roadside bag on sunny day. Great views. Second of four for the day.
31st Jul 2012 16:01 by Clochandighter
HISTORY: Pillar completed 6th December 1947 costing £5.13s.6d. Computed as tertiary triangulation station NZ42/T85 in 1948. Recomputed as same in 1946. Levelled for height in 1953. Last maintained by the OS, 15th August 2000. SITE VISIT: Approached from SW. Safe parking, east side of road in junction of track at NZ740040. Direct route 150m along quiet unclassified road to top. Roadside pillar in good condition. Spider centre plugged with tar. Flush bracket faces WNW, ~290°. Vented through SW sight hole. Full 360° open outlook.
22nd Jul 2012 00:42 by Curlew
22nd Jun 2012 11:30 by Jonesduo 2
Visited while on Coast to Coast
5th Mar 2012 00:00 by caroleengel
29th Oct 2011 10:55 by TomL
Roadside park and bag. Beaters out along the length of the road on this very windy morning. I bet plenty of birds got away.
Glaisdale Rigg 29/10/11 ©TomL
8th Oct 2011 15:00 by yorkshirenige
Trig Point Bagging at its easiest. Views obscured by swirling mist, but on a clear day...
27th Sep 2011 15:30 by Dusty
28th Aug 2011 18:45 by sheepsocks
Drive-by...photos out the car window!...not that I'm getting lazy.
30th Jul 2011 15:04 by Triggola
Pillar in good condition, bagged on walk around Glaisdale.
26th Jul 2011 14:04 by blackboot29
Next to road. Very bleak and a dull misty day
24th Jul 2011 11:56 by Whats the Point
I had walked from Grosmont to Pike Hill then on to Glaisdale Rigg – I’d done nine miles without seeing a sole – but this trigpoint is on the Coast to Coast path and so suddenly I had company. Continued down to Glaisdale. I had planned on catching the train but the weather had improved so I walked back making a sixteen mile round trip.
13th Jun 2011 14:20 by ocean soul
Easy roadside trig ...
25th May 2011 12:07 by Only Joking
9th May 2011 11:00 by Stratford Strollers
Our first drive-by trig. Great 360 degree views.
12th Aug 2010 13:00 by Eeee Bi Gum
Just came across this one while we were out Geocaching in the area. Very easy to get to, by side of road !!
9th Aug 2010 15:30 by Border Peat
good roadside pillar when raining,just saw a nice rainbow.
where is the pot of gold rainbow on way up to trig ©Border Peat
21st May 2010 01:00 by dewdrop
on side of road on moor top. Nesting curlews all around. Fantastic views over moors & towards coast. Asphalt plug, otherwise all intact.
2nd Sep 2009 08:02 by rob godrer coed
7th Mar 2009 17:51 by melch
7th Mar 2009 15:53 by wrose
Visible and easily accessible. At side of road. In good condition with asphalt plug
22nd Dec 2008 16:30 by andyc
Drive by trigging at its most scenic
13th Oct 2008 14:15 by analoguesat
You could almost drive your car into this one. They dont get much easier than this. On a remote moorland road. Fabulous moorland views
11th Oct 2008 14:05 by ted
One sighting hole open; plug filled with tarmac otherwise vgc. Roadside, sunny afternoon. Completion of LR94.
2nd May 2008 12:06 by senrabyar
26th Apr 2008 11:57 by NogintheNog
10th May 2006 12:56 by Lone Walker
Good position for a drive-by :) Did this as part of Coast to Coast, nice clear day and great views.
3rd May 2006 12:00 by iainmac
21st Apr 2006 14:30 by ac-p
A nice easy drive by while I was in the area.
4th Nov 2005 23:26 by Rhayader_wanderer
Glad the road is there it would be a hard walk otherwise
29th Sep 2005 13:00 by Walker Dan
An easy drive by trig on the way to nowhere.
An easy drive by Trig ©Walker Dan
26th Sep 2005 13:50 by Glaslyn
Drive By ,windy,nice views,pleasant drive.
5th Aug 2004 12:43 by Tom de Erin
Glaisdale Rigg Trig Pillar Pillar in good order
20th Dec 2003 16:43 by Postie
Easy roadside trig with good views on a clear day.
22nd Jul 2003 14:40 by manonabike
3rd May 2003 09:39 by Fellwanderer
28th Sep 2002 12:00 by peregrinus
20th Jun 2002 00:17 by jamesleesaunders
While on Wainwright's Coast to Coast Walk.
Glaisdale Rigg Trig ©jamesleesaunders
21st Jun 1999 13:52 by jimmy
8th Jun 1997 00:00 by mickandshane
31st Mar 1985 00:00 by RogerTempleman
Off-white pillar beside unfenced road on moorland with Fylingdales on the skyline.
19th Aug 1984 11:20 by tg1
Coast to coast with Marion. Second trig point of the day.
16th Jul 1982 09:24 by Triggers
done as part of coast to coast
20th Aug 1980 11:30 by arranc
on Coast to Coast walk
21st Apr 1977 13:50 by Phil Clayton
During Coast to Coast Walk