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TP4930 - Moss Moor
28th Apr 2013 12:10 by Malrae
Very windy, exposed, easy to find. Trig shows attempts to repair minor damage.
27th Apr 2013 19:41 by Harbcache
Brilliant views from up here. The pillar was painted white but the paint is now quite chipped. Unfortunately some graffiti is visible on it. Nice trig though in a great location
22nd Feb 2013 17:11 by fitzydan
Found this one while caching in the area. Decent views from here.
23rd Nov 2012 13:55 by redDragon
Alongside pennineway. Climbed up from the south. Quite extensive views from here, but the pillar is a bit damaged.
13th Aug 2012 13:45 by [Monki]
11th Aug 2012 13:47 by THE SNAPPERS
picked up after walking to 5/5cache and picking up nearby cache.superb views on a sunny day.
20th Jul 2012 17:50 by CJO
Stopped off on way back to the NE of England. Walked along Pennine way. Carried on to Waystone Edge, not to be recommended after rain as it is particularly boggy. I will go with slightly damaged but damaged is a little overkill in my opinion.
30th Jun 2012 10:23 by basketcase crew
On the way to a 5/5 geocache
23rd May 2012 15:15 by stan toon
Evidence of recent patchwork repairs to trig
12th May 2012 10:30 by sjr
lovely open moorland...an easy walk from haigh gutter.
15th Apr 2012 15:30 by fell-finder
I would say this is White Hill rather than Moss Moor, which this is an outer satelite of. Anyway, cracking views towards Black Hill, Alphin Pike, Bleaklow, Kinder, Axe Edge Moor, Manchester too. A great but very tiring trek from Marsden, went onto bag Blackstone Edge, and Dog Hill Trigs, you can follow the mywrite up of this walk by tapping Fell Finder into Google, cheers.
14th Feb 2012 11:14 by Bourne
Great walk in the snow from the layby on A672
6th Nov 2011 12:34 by dpeberdy
Walking from Standedge to Blackstone Edge. Lovely walk on a beautiful day. Clear, crisp and sunny! Me 466m
23rd Oct 2011 16:59 by painterman61
Walked up a good pennine way track to this trig has cement rendering repairs painted white good views here could see peak district.
23rd Oct 2011 14:00 by Brookvale0
Pillar has had some repair work.
11th Sep 2011 12:00 by MickandKim
Parked at mast on main road for short very windy walk
4th Sep 2011 00:00 by tommo
second trig of the day on standedge to blackstone leg of my pennine way venture, lovely views
20th Aug 2011 13:02 by jonaber
20th Aug 2011 10:54 by countrymatters
20th Aug 2011 09:07 by 3fatties
Some graffiti, chuck missing from lower section.
10th Jul 2011 16:38 by knoutberry
Visited whilst completing New Saddleworth 5 Trigs with Irregulars LDWA.
29th Jun 2011 14:07 by Terry L
Damage more than slight - chunk out of one side & many surface cracks. Also some graffiti scratched into the whitewash. Plastic plug painted over. Public. Access Land. Easy walk from Standedge along Pennine Way. Superb scenery of open moorland all around.
22nd May 2011 15:23 by gazooks
Found while caching in the area. Seemed OK apart from the slight damage on one side.
22nd May 2011 15:23 by postie grum
25th Apr 2011 10:18 by gaz_zippy
Found whilst geocaching
12th Feb 2011 08:00 by Chingwakabungya
Visited very early in the morning whilst geocaching on a break from my journey up north. No views because of the fog.
7th Jan 2011 13:12 by rutson
Found while caching nearby
6th Nov 2010 00:00 by Applepye
Another lovely trig to visit on a clear sunny afternoon
16th Oct 2010 12:25 by johnbamforth
Log #25. (466m). Logged while doing linear 13km walk along Pennine Way from White House pub near Blackstone Edge Resr to Marsden via Willykay Clough. Fab views from here with Jodrell Bank telescope visible in the far distance. Stormy weather today. Centre plug missing from pillar.
21st Aug 2010 14:55 by MBFace
30th May 2010 07:30 by Lodgebarn
Passing on a geocache walk. Quite cold and windy this morning.
15th May 2010 10:30 by Dan1980
Visited whilst finding a couple of geocaches before this afternoons extreme tea party over at Blackstone Edge. Trig has a pretty big chunk missing from the side of it, but seemed to be in reaonable condition other than that.
3rd May 2010 15:31 by craftinessa
3rd May 2010 15:31 by swampysean
Repairs and a nice newish white finish
30th Mar 2010 14:30 by RedFerret
After bagging 3 nearby geocaches, stumbled upon this trig - bonus. Brilliant views, although dark skies threatened rain. Still the odd patch of snow in some nearby gullies. Trig painted white.
21st Mar 2010 10:30 by slateloose
4th Mar 2010 14:35 by Phil Clayton
Second visit on a cold, crisp day. First was 29.7.75 during PW walk. It's a lot easier now on a paved path !
15th Nov 2009 11:30 by pete37038
Great place, trig didn't sem damaged to me, its been painted white all over, plg at top has been filled in and painted white along with the spider
11th Nov 2009 00:00 by Curlew
4th Nov 2009 09:30 by scubaclogger
Out for a walk from Windy Hill
29th Oct 2009 10:01 by bargee
walking pennine way day 3 - standedge to hebden bridge superb high level walk
18th Oct 2009 17:00 by PDB
Easy amble up from CP by M62. Getting dark so views not great but been here so many times before could give it a rating.
17th Oct 2009 15:53 by melch
12th Oct 2009 12:45 by stevemarlor
12th Oct 2009 01:53 by soyland
20th Sep 2009 13:14 by Triggers
looks very white!. Extensive views of lancashire
15th Aug 2009 10:00 by Rob&Fiona
4th Jul 2009 14:55 by asbown
from the lay-by on the A672,easy walk on the pennine way,unusual in that it had a beefburger on the top,across the moor from here to the Calderdale ua top, the moor ifself pretty dry compared to earlier walks today on Holcombe and Rooley moors.
27th Jun 2009 13:15 by wanderer
27th Jun 2009 09:33 by wrose
Accessible and highly visible. On Pennine Way path. A misty morning restricted the views.
2nd May 2009 00:00 by Rupertal
1st Feb 2009 15:20 by ocean soul
Accessed from car park on A672 just off Jnc 22 M62.Pillar in middle of parth on Pennine Way.Nice views.Cold day...
18th Jan 2009 13:00 by Trig391
Trig nice and white and in good condition clear views with cool wind.
Moss Moor. ©Trig391
17th Jan 2009 07:36 by barnsley skip
16th Dec 2008 18:01 by Grandad John
Looks good now its had a makeover. Visibility today was very poor due to the fog so ni views.
10th Jun 2008 16:00 by Kelsborrow Wayfinders
This trigpoint has had some repairs done to it since the last visit so it's now looking a lot healthier. Logged while doing the nearby geocache.
29th Apr 2008 12:59 by theboltonwomble
Trig point not in good shape. Bagged 3 on a walk from Marsden to Littleborough
30th Mar 2008 17:07 by bluewater
Very poor condition, frost damage I guess.
3rd Feb 2008 17:25 by Theo D Lite
I wedged the top back on but it won't last. How did it get so damaged?
3rd Jan 2008 12:00 by iainmac
27th Oct 2007 08:10 by Lone Walker
Very battered looking trig with some obvious recent damage - large chunk of the top now lying on the ground nearby. Very misty visit with no visibility, the only notable thing being this was my 100th pillar!
Recent damage to trig ©Lone Walker
6th Aug 2007 13:40 by astra-nomical
Found it whilst Geocaching nearby.
24th Apr 2007 11:35 by sweeners
23rd Apr 2007 16:00 by stonefielders
Done whilst geocaching
7th Apr 2007 13:45 by Andy D
Gentle walk from A672 car park near mast at Windy Hill. Beautiful day (Saturday of Easter weekend). Fewer people up here than on Blackstone Edge today.
18th Nov 2006 15:29 by kingofgeography
damaged pillar on Pennine Way
25th Aug 2006 11:46 by flyingdolphin
Beautiful day at first. Clouded over by the time I reached Blackstone Edge trig point. Pouring down at the White House (A58).
13th Jul 2006 11:15 by Smigers321
Great days riding, same pic as user Josho, am the guy sat on top
13th Jul 2006 10:41 by Josho
9th Jul 2006 14:41 by Ben Jammin
9th Apr 2006 14:05 by mtb mick
Tigged on a Windy Hill-Rishworth-Marsden-Windy Hill walk. Moss Moor had just had a brief snowstorm. Badly erroded, plug missing and paedophile graffiti too offensive to photograph on NE side. Altogether a sorry state of affairs for a waypoint on the Pennine Way.
Moss Moor (White Hill) Looking north towards Windy Hill mast.
4th Mar 2006 00:00 by caroleengel
11th Dec 2005 13:30 by Blue
21st Aug 2005 15:00 by weekender
RW & Corrie Dog
21st Jul 2005 11:00 by Andy West
14th Jul 2005 17:35 by Rhayader_wanderer
Top is still in place but showing signs of losing a bit more in the near future. Easy walk from the car park. overcast now but a good show of cotton grass
24th Apr 2005 09:16 by Keith Stevens
On open moor not far from M62 Jn 22. Very poor condion, badly eroded top. On Pennine way. Public
28th Nov 2004 12:42 by John Riley
Trig is in a poor state of repair. Close to Windy Hill radio mast and the high point of the M62 as it crosses the Pennines. Known as White Hill on the Pennine Way.
26th Oct 2004 21:02 by SUE-C
26th Oct 2004 13:00 by MAC.HAWK
This is White Hill, a fair way from Moss Moor and sat right on the Pennine Way. It's a bit bleak and the trigs suffering (but still surviving) but a good walk from Marsden to Toddy (Todmorden) or Hebden Bridge passes this trig just before reaching the M62. Visited again 3rd July 2005 and on this clear day the views were pretty good. And again 07/04/2007. And again 05/08/2007 No cars, on foot.
10th Jul 2004 10:30 by ted
Badly damaged; ends of spider exposed; top liable to collapse before long. M62 heard but not (yet) seen. Pennine Way much easier here than it used to be.
12th Jun 2004 17:05 by Pyoung1s
1st Jun 2003 16:59 by The Hungry Caterpillars
Trig itself quite badly damaged.Views ruined by masts and pylons.
15th Apr 2003 11:00 by MikeG
Nice sunny day ... 15 mins along Pennine Way from layby just S of M62 J22 on the A672. A bit battered but still there. GPSr gave coords as N53.36.910 W2.00.936 and elevation as 470m
22nd Feb 2003 12:00 by peregrinus
no plug; intact but conc v badly spalling with chunks missing; belonging to the S4402-90 bad batch
27th Dec 1999 10:05 by splash
A cold winters day
17th Mar 1996 00:00 by mickandshane
Top of the pilar quite badly damaged. Plug missing.
30th Nov 1990 00:00 by Bramley
New 5 trigs walk
8th Jul 1990 16:00 by Particle
9th Jul 1989 10:00 by Crazy
Can't recall condition of pillar, but was just emerging from mist for the first time on our Pennine Way odyssey.
5th Sep 1983 12:00 by manonabike
8th Oct 1982 00:00 by happycyclist
Retrospective log. Visited when doing Pennine Way.
30th Jul 1979 13:30 by Sven
Reterolog from the Pennine Way. My companion's birthday and the weather could have been finer. However it's not pouring down all the time. Third trig of the day.
5th Jul 1978 15:41 by fasgadh
A White Hill to follow the Black Hill on this day on the Pennine Way. Foul day and deep bogs. This was the era of the popularity of the route and before path improvements. Black Porridge! The white of course probably refers to bog cotton.
19th Sep 1976 16:00 by arranc
18th Jul 1976 15:36 by PeteBoggs
Part of Pennine Way trek
15th Feb 1970 00:00 by Historian
aka White Hill - and it really was on my first ascent on the above date, with deep snow. Two subsequent visits.