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TP3513 - Greys Pike
14th Mar 2013 13:15 by andyc
Good path all the way up this one if you know where to look. Parked in layby 200m up forest road to SE of Kielder village. Followed path through woods to junction with Osprey MTB route. Then straight up hill NE wards on a path along firebreak until it turns 90 degrees SE for 500m, partly shared with mountain bike track until meeting another firebreak. Cross plank bridge and follow good path up past fire tower to summit. Partially signed as Three Pikes trail but only further up the hill for some reason. Suspect forestry commission trying to separate MTBs and hikers.
21st Jul 2012 16:50 by sheepsocks
Like others have said not so easy to get to is this one. Parked at Hall Knowe picnic spot where we met 2 Belgians who were lost. They were supposed to be doing the Pennine way towards Bellingham but were at least 15-20 km off piste! They only had the map with the sections of the pennine way on so we spent some time convincing them they were not actually on any of their map...advised them to go to visitor centre at kielder and ask about bus!...Anyway the trek to the trig was via none existant fire breaks in the forest...alot of the area has been felled and replanted and the fire breaks on the map don't seem to exist anymore. Not so bad if you are short of leg as I am, but a bit more trouble some for my partner in crime who is a 6 footer. Once out on the summit it was an easy trudge to the trig....foolishy decided to go for Monkside.
7th Mar 2010 13:20 by Walker Dan
A right sod to get to today. Still lots of snow in the firebreaks and just the type that you're always sinking through. Took a wrong turning in the forest as well which didn't help. Followed the Three pikes trail to the north on the way back which was easier.
22nd Sep 2007 16:50 by coinea
22nd Sep 2007 16:42 by Clochandighter
Pillar in good condition. Spider retains original OS cap with deep indented lettering. One (front) sight hole open. FB faces SW ~228°. Tertiary station in Block NT72, Jedburgh. Completed 19th March 1954. Driveable track from Keilder to NY646915. Parked at NY641916. Tried to follow mapped (English style) ROW footpath but non-existant. Follow mapped tracks to NY637927 then waymarked "Three Pikes Trail" footpath through firebreaks to summit. 360° panorama includes Greatmoor Hill and Deadwater Moor. Photographed 22/09/2007, GRP.
S7907 - Greys Pike pillar & FB
4th Mar 2004 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, metal cap deep letters: first (not highest) summit
23rd Sep 1998 00:00 by mickandshane
Plug with heavily indented lettering.