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TP5738 - Rosemullion
9th Feb 2012 16:30 by trigging on an island
I climbed into hedges on both sides of the track but could not catch a glimpse of the trig.
21st Jun 2011 18:08 by CornishWalker
Found this one when I was placing a cache in the area. (Cornish Trigpoints No 1 GC2Z436 Rosemullion). Covered in ivy.
22nd Jun 2010 11:00 by Kelsborrow Wayfinders
Found this while walking the SWCP and a complete nightmare to get to (at least the way I went). I think I was on the different side to everyone else. I would never have found this without a GPS and there was virtually no concrete visible just a mass of ivy
22nd Oct 2009 11:00 by Robin Hood
Could just make it out in hedge from path. Didn't go over into field.
12th Jun 2009 13:15 by asbown
hard work this, not sure why but thought it was in the hedge of the track,anyway I got there in the end,good views.
20th Sep 2008 11:00 by Dusty
14th Apr 2008 13:45 by dal
Fortunately the hedge is reasonably thin at this time of year, so it was a case of looking for the trunk that was thicker and squarer than the others - and lo it was a heavily disguised pillar.
8th Sep 2007 21:00 by peregrinus
vgc (apparently - ivy), metal cap, deep letters, fairly easily seen now when approaching from NE, thanks to previous visitors, just R (NW) of gate. FB facing SW, into yard. Straightforward access at dusk, although gang of overattentive bullocks made for an interesting walk-out.
30th Aug 2007 12:00 by iainmac
Condition bit of a guess.
31st May 2007 11:30 by Sven
Virtually impossible to find at this time of year. Finally found in Cornish hedge line. I agree it is a nightmare to locate
28th Dec 2005 15:15 by mickandshane
I don't think this is NT land, that starts below the next hedgeline east. We walked down the path towards Rosemullion Head and at the first gate I jumped into the field with the trig in and headed back up to the hedgeline. This is next to the farmyard and pretty exposed. I climbed onto the bank and manged to crawl around and check the FB no without making myself to obvious. I didn't check the plug (which was well overgrown with ivy) as this would have been obvious to anyone in the farmyard. Fair play to NR for hopping the gate to photograph the FB.
8th May 2005 14:09 by Nr
Not really inaccesable you just have to jump over two gates (and after all it is National Trust Land). Fantastic from near here looking across to Falmouth, St Mawes, St Antony Head and even up the South Coast to Plymouth breakwater
10th Aug 2004 16:00 by desperate dan
Not really possible from 1:50000 map to tell where it ought to be relative to hedges etc. Didn't conduct an intensive search.
7th Aug 2003 15:15 by Keith Stevens
Completely hidden in bramble hedge, blackened all over. Private
Trig Hidden in Hedge It's in there somewhere! I challenge anyone else to find this bugger!! Visited by pete Whittaker whilst on holliday