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TP5125 - Nickey Nook
4th May 2013 17:06 by SNSE
26th Apr 2013 14:55 by dal
Great viewpoint. Pleasant stroll up.
10th Feb 2013 12:49 by madlex1
great walk across the fells
10th Nov 2012 12:00 by Zomblou
Found after finding my 1000th Geocache on a clear cold day with excellent views.
21st Oct 2012 12:27 by Steve&Gill
29th Sep 2012 23:13 by the syllogiser
13th Sep 2012 16:29 by just-us-two
Dreary day with some snatches of view. Trig in good condition. Could do with a lick of paint.
14th Apr 2012 16:42 by trigangel
Good long walk up to this one. Great views over Morecombe bay to the lakes.
24th Mar 2012 09:21 by blackboot29
Walk from Scorton. Hazy day but still good views.
9th Jan 2012 13:50 by dugswell2
Fourth local trig today saving the best walk and views to the last. Muddy at times on improving afternoon.
20th Nov 2011 10:30 by chocolate_chops
You can't beat a bit of nicky nook.
13th Nov 2011 11:00 by VivTheTrig
Log it 'cause I love it and I see it everyday!
Trig Top Looking over the trig to Stake House Fell (left) and the trig topped Bleasdale Fell(right)©VivTheTrig
23rd Sep 2011 15:15 by Sandgrownun
Been here many times as a kid and adult,but first time logged.It is a popular place.Trig in good nick,white painted plastic plug,3 sight holes open.Excellent 360 deg views.OS map has it as Nicky Nook.
5th Jun 2011 13:00 by Trigglets
Pleasant walk including a visit to Wyresdale Park.
2nd Jun 2011 09:51 by painterman61
Great little walk this near to the village of Scorton many walkers about here.Parked at top of lane good waymarked path straight to top.trig in vgc plastic plug this realy is an outstanding location with exellent views espiecialy the trough of bowland.
9th May 2011 12:25 by slateloose
10th Apr 2011 14:30 by SNSE
18th Mar 2011 23:10 by The Magna Defender
great views all around :D
13th Jan 2011 00:00 by Curlew
16th Oct 2010 11:45 by MickandKim
Easy access from west came back by res, Great views. Went to open day at Wyreside Hall
12th Jun 2010 17:10 by ocean soul
Parked by the kennels to the West...Easy walk up and excellent views ...
26th Apr 2010 14:30 by PeteBoggs
Easy walk with wonderful views
17th Apr 2010 15:50 by wanderer
17th Jan 2010 15:35 by VivTheTrig
Latest visit of literally hundreds! My local trig - and my favourite! Fantastic views for very little effort and any number of ascent routes as it's on access land. As previously reported by another trigpointer, it is NICKY (not NICKEY) NOOK.
17th Jan 2010 00:00 by pete37038
Great views, clear day today, trig in decent nick, plug has been replaced
4th Jul 2009 13:00 by earl grey
Visited the summit and Trig whilst also calling at the new Geocaches nearby. A bit hazy today but at least it had cooled down from the horribly hot weather of late. A grand viewpoint for little effort.
22nd Mar 2009 10:28 by bob adams
found while caching in the area. great views from here
11th Mar 2009 14:45 by Morecambe Monkey
A circular walk from Scorton visiting Nicky Nook before returning via Grizedale. Good views slightly spoiled by the haze.
11th Feb 2009 19:02 by melch
11th Feb 2009 11:08 by wrose
Easily accessible and on walked footpath just off right of way. We came up from Grize Dale on one of the Calder Vale Circular Walks. Views today were somewhat restricted by mist and or low cloud. Pillar is in good condition although old paint now well flaked. Plastic plug.
8th Sep 2008 00:00 by Rupertal
15th Jul 2008 11:30 by Tigerfeet
A cloudy day, but still worth finding on 7.25 mile walk which we started from Grizedale Bridge. Couldn't actually get close to trig as surrounded by party of students, but anyway we walked right by it.
12th Jul 2008 14:15 by ted
Pleasant walk along track by stream followed by a short but steep ascent from S. Plug replaced, three sighting holes open. Views good but weather dull.
10th Feb 2008 14:15 by Historian
A rightly popular spot on the first springlike weekend of 2008.
22nd Oct 2007 14:30 by Pyoung1s
13th May 2007 08:45 by bonatti
Score would have been higher if visibility were better. Slight erosion around base, 1 sight hole blocked. Insert plug. Should this be Nicky Nook as on OS maps?
16th Apr 2006 14:00 by Alfred the great
Very cold wind today, excellent views though, Heysham & Morecambe bay in the background
11th Sep 2005 15:24 by lonesome_cowboy_burt
Nice circuit from Scorton. RAF Memorial Flight flew by while we were on the summit - almost a Lancaster over Lancaster!
21st Mar 2005 13:00 by mickandshane
Good walk up from parking spot near The Kennels. Excellent views of Bowland. Plastic plug.
21st Feb 2005 12:20 by HEATHENS
Excellent views all round including the tower at Blackpool. It had a sentinel crow on top as we approached, looked impressive black on white.
28th Nov 2004 09:30 by Dallan72
Found whilst geocaching nearby.
12th Nov 2004 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, plastic cap, moorland at summit - nice, popular hill, good view
11th Jul 2004 15:43 by Pengy&Tigger
Found while out caching. Looked like someone had been trying to dig this one up!
22nd Apr 2004 12:00 by Seasider
My first logged trig! Paid a visit to the Nook to do a maintenance visit on my nearby cache. Outstanding views from here so it gets a 10 - Ok I'm biased but they are great on a sunny day!!
18th Apr 2004 16:01 by SunnyJim
Excellent panorama from Blackpool right the way up to the Lakeland fells.
7th Mar 2004 00:00 by BILLY COO
30th Oct 2003 09:30 by crr003
31st Aug 2003 12:00 by langden
Superb all-round views, including Blackpool, the Isle of Man and the Lake District hills.
2nd Nov 2002 00:00 by caroleengel
On LDWA challenge walk Bleasdale Bash
27th Jul 1984 00:00 by tg1
First of many ascents.