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TP3897 - Hill Of Quheyin
27th Mar 2012 15:35 by martine41
Route to the trig point through much peat erosion and the highlight of a non-runner, 92497 miles only, good restoration project, see photograph.
11th Sep 2011 13:37 by trigging on an island
Visited on a long through walk down the east side of Yell, which also included Hill of Lussetter and Heights of Ramnageo trig pillars. I agree, it is very peaty.
1st May 2011 15:00 by dmwhite
Quick detour on way back to ferry. Took track from HU5276086552, a gentle walk to the pillar.
7th Sep 2009 16:22 by Dodders
Trig surrounded by miles and miles of peat, but view from here has a bleak beauty about it. Surprised not to see more logs of this. Maybe the endless peat puts people off? Certainly worth a visit I say!
26th Apr 2009 21:04 by Swalastova
Easiest approach from Aywick. Better to combine with a visit to the White Wife figurehead (from the wreck of the Bohus) and a walk around Ness of Queyon.