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TP4667 - Markway Hill
25th Apr 2013 08:30 by Trigger happy
22nd Jul 2012 10:12 by Barbara
A lovely part of the forest and the beggining of a new hobby for me .
6th Mar 2012 15:00 by Trigpoint100
Continuation of our walk from the White Buck in Burley back to Holmsley. Easy to access from W - great intervis back to Dur Hill, but otherwise rather flat heathland and the noise of the road behind. Asphelt cap and W s/hole open but otherwise vgc.
22nd Dec 2011 14:11 by Griefmiester
Located just off road other side of Gorse and fence - not visible from the road - pillar good condition - classis New Forset Views
13th Sep 2011 11:00 by Wubbleyew
Typical New Forest heath scene in a heather wonderland with ponies foraging close by.
17th Aug 2011 15:40 by qmaster
In a sea of heather
20th Nov 2010 11:39 by Glaslyn
Parking opposite. Over fence, not visible from road. Good condition.
26th Oct 2010 10:20 by cmb1953
2nd Sep 2010 14:57 by THE CYCLIST
21st Jun 2009 17:00 by lackofluke
10th Mar 2009 12:35 by bluebeard
2nd Nov 2008 10:25 by gowrie
Cannot see from road. High fence to climb
16th Jun 2008 12:02 by Frenziedfrog
Beware if walking/cycling in the area - the underpass under the A35 just north-east of the trig is often flooded!
2nd Mar 2008 10:29 by Andrew hunt
tricky to get to by bike,
23rd Oct 2007 17:31 by Clanfield Rambler
Pillar in good condition asphalt plug. Not visable from main road. Had to climb over fence to reach it from main road
18th Oct 2007 12:00 by iainmac
14th Oct 2007 11:36 by stevepammypoo
30th Aug 2007 10:30 by PHMB
Probably not visible from A35. Approached from forest car park.
13th Aug 2007 18:34 by SidAndBob
Some of the trigs round here seem to have ridiculously high scores. Markway Flat would be a far more appropriate name. Another one right next to the road.
A pretty dull trig ©SidAndBob
19th May 2007 08:27 by Alan Grove
Located in a field close to the A35. There is a parking area close by. The trigpoint is accessed by going through some bushes and over a wire fence.
12th Apr 2007 15:43 by TreeHouse
4th Mar 2007 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, asphalt plug. In low heathland, behind gorse, 20m NW of road. Pull-in opposite, approx at highest point of road. Soon afterwards the rain arrived and drove me home, via S5544.
26th Feb 2007 15:38 by raypool
18th Aug 2006 10:18 by pieces_of_8
Not a bad spot...looking away from the road
3rd Apr 2006 18:50 by Rhayader_wanderer
Again structurally sound but missing the plug nothing else. not visible from the road but scope to pull in all along the side
6th Sep 2005 17:20 by pineapple
23rd Jul 2005 12:15 by Hi-Tek
Found this one along with Pharisee. Plug has been replaced with a tarmac one. I found the co-ords to be N50 49.330 W1 39.345.
23rd Jul 2005 12:13 by Pharisee
Third T/P of my day out with Motley Crew. Hopped over the fence... Well, probably fell over actually. The pillar is in good condition apart from the missing plug so I'll mark it as 'slightly damaged'. The heathland it's situated in is pretty enough (for heathland) but not what you'd call exciting.
19th Apr 2005 17:30 by Paul G0TLG
As others have said, this is a bit further from the road than it looks on the OS map. No problem with it though, views are nice up here. Did this one on a slight diversion from the walk to a nearby geocache.
15th Apr 2005 14:09 by Kitty Hawk
The map made me sure this was going to be roadside but it is a tad further inland than that. A quick hop over the fence and through some rabbit/horse/sheep tracks in the heather and I was there.
29th Mar 2005 11:39 by Brisey
Close to the busy A35 unfortunately. My feet and legs were soaked by the wet knee-high heather despite my attempt at keeping to paths and animal tracks. GR to 10m only.
5th Nov 2004 10:24 by teasel
By the side of a main road, protected by thorns. Tarmac plug.
5th Sep 2004 11:30 by kevjtrig
No 6 for today. Hot work cycling around now that summer has finally arrived. Nothing spectacular about the site. My visit coincided with pony roundup time and I felt that I had to dive into the gorse to avoid being stampeded. Exciting stuff!
14th Mar 2004 16:00 by Pyoung1s
16th Aug 2003 12:40 by geoffnco
75 feet from the road standing in heather
19th Jun 1996 00:00 by mickandshane
9th Jun 1984 00:00 by RogerTempleman
White pillar in heathland setting.