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TP6766 - Watch House
5th Oct 2012 16:05 by edfielden
I parked at HU 4741 5785 at the side of the B9075 and walked up to the high point of the road. A gate here gives access to the moorland hill to the SW. I picked my way over the many peat banks and, with a final steep climb to the summit, reached the pillar. The remnants of what looks like a small whisky bottle in two halves lie nearby! The pillar has a great view out towards Whalsay and - directly behind - Out Skerries. A great view over some interesting coastline of the eastern Shetland mainland and also inland. Pillar details and photos to follow...
28th Sep 2011 12:30 by martine41
Skirted round the north side of Loch of Bellister and approached from the NNW. Good views in all directions due to a rare sunny day. Completed circuit of the loch and back to quarry by the road.
14th Sep 2011 08:55 by trigging on an island
I approached from the 110 metre contour on the B9075. It was really sunny and South Nesting Bay looked very inviting a mile away. Though, within a few hours it would be pouring with rain once again. I returned back to the road the same way I came.
16th May 2006 11:57 by dmwhite
Good views along the east coast of Shetland helped by the sunny weather
14th Jun 2005 12:00 by iainmac