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TP0686 - Greensheen Hill
23rd May 2013 14:00 by Oakwarden
Great Views. First view of Holy island whilst walking st Cuthberts way
20th Oct 2012 18:02 by coinea
20th Oct 2012 18:01 by Clochandighter
Revisit. For photographs and GPS reading. Approached from SW. Free public car park at Holburn Grange, NU051351. Followed RoW NE to access land then up bridleway to NU059353 and NW along ridge path to top. Pillar in good condition and fitted with GPS plate. Spider retains original OS centre cap with shallow engraved letters. Flush bracket faces southwest, ~211°. Vented though SE sight hole. Full 360° panoramic view.
30th Aug 2012 10:28 by scafell3210
With the cave a wonderful little walk / viewpoint Windfarm would ruin it
5th Jul 2012 14:25 by Trigpoint100
St Cuthbert's Way #7: misty, which restricted the views but an excellent stopping point to escape the flies of St Cuthbert's Cave. Many notices objecting to Middleton Burn wind farm - perhaps they should start on the extensive peat cutting E of this trig which is a mess. S s/hole open, FB white painted, metal cap deep letters, vgc.
11th Mar 2012 15:10 by Bri
30th Sep 2011 00:00 by caroleengel
Good path along ridge NW to SE, short detour off St Cuthbert's Way
24th Aug 2011 11:59 by Rob&Fiona
21st Aug 2011 15:00 by iang
From Holburn via St Cuthbert's cave
2nd Jun 2011 15:00 by tg1
Great views all round but especially over to Holy Island. Walking St. Cuthbert's Way with Marion. Very hot day.
6th Feb 2011 13:30 by Bri
First walk with ramblers excellent views of Holy Island
19th Aug 2010 14:00 by Walker Dan
Nice walk through the heather with St cutbert's Cave nottoo far away.
12th Sep 2009 16:31 by Robin Hood
Excellent views of Cheviots and Holy Isle.
4th May 2009 19:58 by Dave_S
Another trig with great views across to Holy Island. Came up here from the nearby cache. Pillar in good condition.
12th Apr 2009 13:20 by gowrie
Great views to Cheviots and Holy Island and Farne Islands. Hill swarming with orienteers at the annual JK festival of orienteering
9th Apr 2009 15:00 by sykesfamily
Nice views of coast from up here and only a short distance from St Cuthbert's cave.
17th Jan 2009 15:30 by staggie34
Visited after doing circular walk from Holburn Grange to St Cuthberts Cave and Swinhoe Farm. What a superb viewpoint. This is as good as Ros Castle just to the south for views of the Cheviots and the coast. Easy ascent from the cave to reach this one, surrounding ground is dry with a good path to trig. Got there, had a bite to eat on a nice but chilly day, then watched the sunset behind Cheviot and Hedgehope. Then to the Bluebell in Belford for a few pints of Black Sheep, superb!
24th Jan 2008 11:51 by senrabyar
5th Jan 2008 00:00 by Border Peat
17th Sep 2007 14:29 by walkergeoff
Found after finding the St Cuthbert's Cave cache.
23rd Oct 2006 12:00 by iainmac
5th Aug 2006 09:57 by The Brat pack
Our first logged Trig Point - near to St Cuthbert's Cave geocache.
28th May 2006 21:30 by Theo D Lite
It was getting dark but the Cheviots, Holy and the Farne islands were well depicted. This trig can be done as a circular with the well hidden Sheperdskirk Hill
31st Mar 2006 12:00 by Peripatetic
I visited this while walking St. Cuthbert's Way. This was my first view of Holy Island, and it was good to have the end literally in sight!
29th May 2005 20:00 by browni
Did this one just after bagging the St Cuthberts cahce
Trig and coast The trig with the coast in the back ground
25th Jan 2005 15:23 by yorkstan
Great location with wonderful views across to Holy Island
14th Sep 2002 12:00 by peregrinus
lovely summit & view, no defects noted, GPS plaque
24th Sep 2000 00:00 by mickandshane
GPS plaque. Plug with heavily indented lettering.
14th Oct 1997 13:37 by Clochandighter
First visit. To record FB number. HISTORY: Pillar built c1936, cost unknown. Computed as primary triangulation station PP344 in Figure 3 of the OSGB36 primary network of the Retriangulation of Great Britain during 1937. Levelled for height in 1958. Continues to be maintained by the OS as a GPS passive station. Originally primary station PP344. Now a GPS passive station. SITE VISIT: Primary trig pillar in good condition and recently painted. Spider retained OS centre plug. White painted flush bracket faces S8059, Hedgehope Hill.
15th Aug 1994 11:07 by andyc
Well maintained trig on ridge above St Cuthberts Cave.