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TP0803 - Aith Ness
28th May 2013 15:25 by peregrinus
Top a bit eroded. Metal cap deep letters. Immediately N of 1918 6" howitzer. Drove roughish track to Aith ruins. Lovely walk, lovely spot.
25th May 2013 13:30 by dugswell2
Lovely walk out to the trig and gun with Tricky Speirs. Name:Score Hill Hill number:104008 Height:66m / 217ft Area:22: Shetland Islands Class:0 Grid ref:HU512447 (est) Drop:62m Col:4m
5th Mar 2012 13:28 by martine41
Walked North from Setter along tractor track as far as Aith then to the TP via quarried areas. Came back via the east coast. A good walk.
15th Sep 2011 12:37 by trigging on an island
I walked around Aith Voe from the mausoleum at Gunnista and then, after logging the trig, headed up to the highest point of the island, Ward of Bressay (Brassa trig pillar).
14th Oct 2010 13:20 by dmwhite
Wet and windy with mists rolling in so not a good view but it would be great on a sunny day with views up the east cost of Shetland. Started from the end of the track at the derelict homestead at aith and took a leisurely stroll up to the trig. About 15-20 mins in all.
22nd Aug 2010 14:00 by Swalastova
Parked at Gunnista and walked to it around Aith Voe. Interesting ruin on the hilly Aith Ness, followed by a WWI gun battery on Score Hill with in situ 6-inch gun at the trig point. Excellent number of west side trigs visible, as well as the islands of Noss, Skerries, Whalsay, Yell, and Unst.