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A book, written by Keith Stevens and Peter Whittaker, about trigpointing walks in the Peaks.
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TP6497 - Titlington Pike
20th Apr 2013 12:21 by coinea
20th Apr 2013 12:20 by Clochandighter
Second visit. SITE VISIT: Pillar in good condition. Spider retains original OS centre cap with shallow engraved letters. Flush bracket faces east, ~87°. Vented through north sight hole. Full 360° panoramic view from top.
S3556 - Titlington Pike & GRP
19th Mar 2012 14:40 by asbown
short but steep climb from the road.
11th Feb 2012 16:30 by sheepsocks
Quick steep pull up from the roadside. Great views well worth the effort.
20th Jul 2010 10:30 by stan toon
Brilliant views towards the Cheviots
15th Apr 2010 14:53 by analoguesat
Recently repainted! Gorgeous views over the surrounding area. Easy wander up from the road, and on open access land.
Titlington Pike Looking very smart with its recently applied coat of white paint
15th Apr 2009 13:45 by gowrie
15th Apr 2009 13:45 by splash
Nice walk up. Sure some views out there.
8th Apr 2009 13:39 by wrose
Double visit location as was able to log the neraby geocache on the same visit. Open access so pillar is easily acessible and highly visible on its hill top location. Pillar in good condition and has a memorial plaque attached to it. Some wonderful views from this elevated location. Found another bagger just leaving as I arrived.
20th Feb 2009 14:33 by senrabyar
3rd May 2008 00:00 by Border Peat
steep little track then along the top
8th Mar 2008 00:00 by Bramley
26th Aug 2007 14:15 by gansonwheels
Done as an add on to one of Derek Purdy's Northumberland Mountain Bike routes - a 12 mile ride to get 3 miles from Powburn. My son refused to let me go up the other trig near the route! The sun, the fine views and the scent of the heather almost paid for the dreadful summer we have had. Memorial plaque on pillar.
17th Aug 2007 12:00 by iainmac
Memorial on it.
20th Jun 2007 14:30 by Grizzly Pair
Visited from 'You can see my house from here' Geocache.
17th Feb 2005 17:15 by Firth of Forth
Found along with nearby 'You can see my house from here' cache. Good views.
30th Jan 2005 15:00 by Walker Dan
Great views for a short uphill walk.
10th Oct 2004 14:52 by Longfram Kev
14th Sep 2002 12:00 by peregrinus
BSM style FB - fine summit & view
19th Dec 1998 09:30 by p298ronnie
a nice short walk from the road junction at GR 084 159 trig has a dedication on it
14th Jul 1998 14:48 by Clochandighter
Trig pillar in good condition. Spider retains original OS centre plug. Flush bracket faces East. Visited and photographed 14/07/1998, GRP
S3556 - Titlington Pike Trig pillar & flush bracket.
2nd Jan 1994 07:19 by andyc
Brilliant views to South and West