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TP5099 - New Pasture Edge
9th Feb 2013 15:04 by catman
Easy stroll up from Yarnbury.Good location
1st Sep 2012 15:00 by MickandKim
Short walk off lane to trig
10th Jun 2012 09:34 by Paulus66
The first of three trigs on a ten mile circular walk from and back to Yarnbury, above Grassington. This first one is just ten mimutes into the walk. Trig in good condition and has some cord attached to the lugs. Deeply indented lettering on the original plug. Not far away is the famous Yarnbury leadmining area - well worth exploring.
12th May 2012 13:40 by yorkshirenige
Original cap. Some damage to the top. Orange string tripod still in place.
9th Apr 2012 12:45 by 45378
Good views to the South - but weather against us
30th Nov 2011 08:19 by jamiekeighley
Decent walk up Moor Lane from Grassington on a cool, cloudy morning. Lead mines on Moor Lane are worth a quick visit.
21st Aug 2011 11:05 by slateloose
Still has string on top
8th Jul 2011 14:30 by mitsiman
Parked at Yarnbury and tried to access from the track to the W, BIG wall so came back and went further up Old Moor Lane and went through gate onto moorland. Throwing it down with rain, sandals, shorts - what can I say. Bagged it and got the hell back to the car!!
8th Jun 2011 15:45 by 1.1
2nd Jun 2011 19:15 by sheepsocks
Short walk from parking for Leadmines. Views mor like north pennines than limestone country!
17th Apr 2011 16:13 by painterman61
Parked at yarnbury walked up track then over the wall. trig in vgc original plug shallow engraving cord is attached to 3 lugs good views of area
14th Mar 2011 11:35 by redDragon
Great day for it. Ten minute walk from Yarnbury to the south and over the wall. The string is still there.
22nd Jan 2011 11:30 by ramblingbadgers
We walked from Kilnsey, through Conistone Dib and up to the trig point. The weather was fair for the time of year and we had a nice day out.
New Pasture Edge Trig Point ©ramblingbadgers
12th Dec 2010 00:00 by caroleengel
4th Sep 2010 08:16 by Lone Walker
Walked up from Grassington along the lane, finding a convenient place to cross the wall just south west of the trig. If approaching from the north west there is a handy gate giving access to the moor. Trig is in good condition, amid lots of grouse moor, concrete base, plug intact, some string attached to spider. Now on to Conistone Moor.
12th May 2010 13:28 by PeteBoggs
Nice spot up fromYarnbury.Trig now has some orange string tied to it!
9th May 2010 15:16 by melch
8th May 2010 00:00 by Applepye
Visited on way round The Fellsman
4th Apr 2010 11:47 by sykesfamily
Bagged on a circular route from Hebden to Yarnbury to Grassington with the wife and boys. Easter Sunday to the obligatory Easter Egg hunt!
16th Mar 2010 15:35 by wanderer
12th Jun 2009 12:49 by Keith Stevens
Up the lane from Grassington. Had a look round the lead mines. When I arrived it was being used as a bird feeder, and at least 50 grouse got up as I approached, setting off in all directions. So where are the hawks and other birds of prey? With all that free bounty on offer? I suspect that they’ve all learned a hard lesson at the hands of the gamekeepers.
30th May 2009 13:08 by Theo D Lite
Reasonable views around. The lead mines trail with all it's associated chimney flume tunnels and info boards is well worth a few hours.
21st Feb 2009 13:50 by Trig391
Trig has got its hat on!!!!!!! Walked from Conistone to Grassington ,Very cool wind Spring is just a round the corner.
New Pasture Edge. ©Trig391
10th Feb 2009 23:32 by kingofgeography
Lots of snow, great walk up from Grassington.
8th Feb 2009 12:52 by sykesfamily
Bagged on a round trip from Grassington to Bare House and back via Yarnbury, Edge Lane & High Lane. Lots of really deep snow en-route for the boys to enjoy.
4th Aug 2008 09:05 by wrose
Needed to climb a gate to gain access. Used track from Yarnbury from which pillar is visible. The more adventurous could climb a wire topped wall but I chose to walk past for about 250 yards to locked gate which was far easier to climb and then back tracked to pillar. Similar route back. Pillar stands among the heather and affords some wonderful views across Wharfedale. Although low cloud and a really heavy drizzle left it to the imagination today.
22nd Mar 2008 13:30 by Trig391
Trig in good condition, Very cool day.
New Pasture Edge. ©Trig391
18th Oct 2007 14:30 by PHMB
Parked at end of tarred road. Heather clad moorland. Sign says beware of old mine shafts. Great views including old mine buildings and chimney. Retains plug.
15th Aug 2007 11:15 by wrose
An after the event logging from a visit prior to finding this site.
26th Feb 2007 12:00 by iainmac
13th Jul 2006 10:58 by G4OWG
Good views - encountered on a circilar walk from Grassington
14th May 2006 12:15 by MAC.HAWK
Poor view today with pretty dense mist. Easy enough hike up Moor Lane from Grassington. I followed the path from Yarbury going NE and climbed the wall but alternatively a little way after Moor Lane becomes the track that is Old Moor Lane a gate on the left gives easy enough access, then veer SW across the open moor. Was going to press on & visit the trig on Meugher but the mist got down to 50ft visibility as I passed the old Grassington lead mines and being unfamiliar with the area thought better of it and headed back to Grassington to eventually visit the Kilnsey Moor trig. Score is irrelevant today.
17th Mar 2006 09:49 by sykesfamily
Found this trig en route to Mossdale Scar from Yarnbury. Lots of snow and bitterly cold but a grand walk and splendid views.
1st Jul 2005 13:00 by Kelsborrow Wayfinders
Logged this while walking the Inn Way to the Yorkshire Dales
31st Mar 2005 13:20 by Loz&Bib
15th Aug 2004 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc except top screed 1/3 gone, metal cap deep letters, twine fixed to top loops, heather moor
31st Jul 2004 09:20 by ted
Slight flaking at top otherwise OK. Situated unobtrusively on the edge of Grassington Moor above Yarnbury. A direct approach requires wall-climbing; can avoid this by using the gate NW along the track.
trig Smelt Mill chimney in the background.
24th Feb 2004 21:35 by stonestreaker
29th Jun 1999 00:00 by mickandshane
Plug with indented lettering.
26th Feb 1995 15:19 by manonabike
4th Apr 1983 00:00 by RogerTempleman
Parked car near some old mine workings on dead-end road out of Grassington, then followed track. Final approach involved climbing high wall. Pillar in heather moor.