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TP3384 - Glendhu Hill
2nd Oct 2011 13:00 by dugswell2
An ascend from east with the magnificent seven to bag Martin Richardson's last E, W & IOM HuMP. Chris W provided the wet weather which made the tough going even tougher. GR8 circular route so revisit unlikely unless trying from west without CW.
23rd Aug 2008 14:52 by coinea
23rd Aug 2008 14:51 by Clochandighter
This visit marks my final extant trig pillar in Secondary Block NT72. Spider retains OS centre cap with deep indented letters. Flush bracket faces 217°, SW. Vented thought NE sight hole.
S7998 - Glendhu Hill pillar & FB
2nd Aug 2008 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, metal cap, deep letters, heathery summit. Having already done a fair few miles today I found an open gate and treated myself to a (roughish) drive-up. From about NY563856, forest has been cleared, making for easy access. Anxious moment when I realised I'd dropped the car key - luckily right by the trig.
6th Apr 2007 10:00 by CHRISBOMBINGTON
My route left the road at Kershope Bridge and followed drivable track along side Kershope Burn about a mile to the next bridge the road split here with locked barriers left the car here walked over the bridge and again followed the track alongside the burn passing Scotch Bershope and Kershopehead (where I should have crossed the Burn and followed the track up turning left at a junction to join the track which goes nearest to Glendhu Hill this connection is not shown on the map this cost me a lot of time and effort as I continued further up stream and tried to follow a gully up hard work),even from the upper track there is no easy way up to the summit I went up on the left side of Dove Crags where tree harvesting had cleared the forest but left much debris came down opposite side of dove crags much the same difficulty until I got to the track which to my surprise and relief lead me down to the Burn just passed Kershopehead,the Trig was in excellent condition probably due to its remoteness !Big Sky and distant views all round,A hard won Trig
30th Sep 2006 15:32 by andyc
My 200th trig!!! Climbed with my father (Philip Cotton) and Ken Hayes. Parked at picnic site south of Cuddy's Hall and cycled up to NY564853. There is a short northerly section of forest track that has been built since the Ordnance Survey map was produced. Followed a fire break on foot west to the forest edge and followed the west side of the forest to the summit of the hill. Trig point on the fence line at NE corner of forest bisecting Northumberland/Cumbria border.