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TP5946 - Shillhope Law
26th Aug 2012 13:09 by stan toon
Nice steady walk up from Shillmoor.
7th Apr 2012 18:08 by vegibagger
An off the beaten track 'marilyn' visit while calling in on Clennel Hall Hotel, which is being run by neighbour opposite me in York.
20th Mar 2012 10:10 by asbown
from Shillhope,easy track all the way,plenty happening on the ranges today, good views.
26th Sep 2008 12:05 by staggie34
Glorious day. Walked from Alwinton, past Shillmoor and up the quad bike track onto Shillhope Law. After some wonderful views all around, I descended northwards then down to the Usway Burn and Shillmoor. Still a superb hill with a feel of isolation. Lots of military repairing flood damage.
25th Sep 2008 13:56 by Bridgeman
Started out from Alwinton but a lovely walk up from Shillmoor.
3rd May 2008 16:55 by coinea
3rd May 2008 16:43 by Clochandighter
Car park and picnic site provided at NT865103. Cross footbridge on opposite side of road, follow path through to access land then straight up NW slope. Tertiary station NT72/T90, completed 16th June 1954. Pillar in good condition, in wind shelter. Spider centre plugged with tar. Front and back sight holes open, others plugged. Flush bracket faces 44°, NE. Views to The Cheviot, Bloodybush Edge, Hedgehope Hill, Ridlees Cairn, Thirl Moor, Lamb Hill, Windy Gyle.
S8079 - Shillhope Law pillar & FB
24th Oct 2007 12:00 by Walker Dan
Great walk up despite the nearby gun fire on the ranges but seems we weren't the targets or they're bad shots. Strange little wall around the trig which has some grafitti on it despite being a good hours walk uphill from the nearest road.
3rd Jun 2007 07:09 by Longfram Kev
Lovely warm day, slight showers.
3rd Sep 2006 13:47 by staggie34
Bagged this after Linbrig trig. Was due to do Bloodybush Edge and Wether Cairn but there was lots of very low cloud (about 500m) and rain. Nevermind, Shillhope cleared for a short time and I climbed it. Usually good views to the big Cheviot tops but not today! Easy climb to top via Inner Hill from Shillmoor and ground was damp but not impassable. Trig ok apart from some old grafitti. Good shelter cairn surrounding trig.
28th May 2006 00:00 by caroleengel
1st Nov 2005 11:57 by staggie34
Great tp after a fairly long but easy ascent. Great views from the top, which can be a little boggy after wet weather but does not present any problems. TP is surrounded by a large cairn. Best way to get to tp is from Shillmoor Farm via a grassy track.
2nd Aug 2005 17:03 by jimmy
sitting inside a circular shelter built from the remains of a huge BA cairn--great views all around--The Cheviot and the Milfield Basin
15th Jul 2005 21:46 by stonestreaker
nice short steep walk up. troops on forced marches in the valley. hippies on voluntary wanders on the tops! not much litter now quite pleasant
14th May 2005 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, bitmac plug, dullish tussocky summit, good view. 1st visited 03/01/1998
Montaged by Jon Rouse ©peregrinus
7th Jun 2004 13:30 by fasgadh
Tatty pillar, this must be a popular point for grops to visit, pillar is grafittied and there is a lot of litter about. Concrete plug replacement. Quite Urban looking, strange in the midst of a fine short hillwalk. As expected from its position, a good viewpoint for the main Cheviot ridge. No firing at Otterburn today.
22nd Jul 2000 18:32 by arranc
10th Jun 2000 08:46 by senrabyar
drove along quiet road, climbed with only sheep for company, reached trig, discovered 5 Army men lurking inside the shelter wall doing some radio exercise. Most surprised !
3rd Jan 1998 12:00 by peregrinus
No details noted - boggy top, fine location
23rd Jun 1997 00:00 by mickandshane
In the middle of a large stone shelter.