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TP3582 - Hamars Of Burraland
27th Sep 2012 11:09 by edfielden
After buying some lunch in Brae I headed back up into Northmavine and parked at the entrance to the track leading up to the pillar. From here it was a short 750m walk with 72 metres of ascent past some unusually tame sheep to the trig. The pillar has a distinct lean to the west but is otherwise perfectly intact. Good views. Further details and photos to follow...
1st Jul 2011 16:46 by martine41
Difficult to decide what condition from the drop down list but I'd guess the TP could not be used in its present state so not good?
Delinquent animals in the background were seen running away from the TP and are the main suspects of the TP's condition. Investigations are continuing...
3rd Jun 2006 14:50 by dmwhite
Good walk up through heather hill onto grassy top. A few wet patches to look out for but the views around the islands are worth it. Yes it does lean at an angle!