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TP7415 - Camb Hill
6th Jun 2013 10:45 by peregrinus
S side of fence at summit, fully exposed, a nice clean example. From NE although better parking from S
1st Oct 2012 17:51 by edfielden
I parked by the side of the road at the junction of the A968 and the road to North-a-Voe. A gate nearly opposite gave access to the very wet moorland leading up to the top of the Hill of Camb. This route requires three fence crossings, two of them with barbed wire; this and the many very soggy patches means I wouldn't necessarily recommend the route! The Curry Stool has quite a good outlook but the haze prevented some views.
30th Jan 2012 13:45 by martine41
Followed fence up the hill from the A968. Fence bisects the peak of the hill and I was fortunate in keeping left which was the correct side of the fence to find the curry stool. Good for the condition although it wasn't a pillar.
27th Dec 2006 18:46 by Trigpoint Bears
(133) A Curry Stool according to OS benchmarks website, thought it was worth adding as these appear to be quite unusual. Good views, walked up from HU507933