Another day another trig on this 9.5 mile leg stretch. Had the company of Fitzy (the selfie master) and his two K9’s – Murphy and Horrid Henry. 🐶
Utilising the forestry road and the network of roads within the wind farm, the trig is easily reached although the last section is over open ground.
A cold start through the wind farm until the sun decided to make its appearance.
Number 31 turbine in the far corner is the markers for the road that heads through the open plateau. This road deteriorates from hardcore to wet and overgrown and eventually open hill. The open hill is only for 500mts or so, a result in comparison to previous trig points.
The trig is easily reached, great views on such a clear day.
Another great trig and it’s good to put some miles in too.
Just found these pics from a trip to Cruch Kilfinan trig point! Better do a wee report!
A bike and hike, not convinced this was the easiest route as it included scaling a deer fence!! A good cycle on good forestry road with a short section of open hillside.
Another day another Trig. This one situated off the forestry road between Dunoon and Innellan.
The ditch has been piped just south of the quarry giving access to the hill. Following the upper ditch on a path overgrown by reeds, the final stretch on open hill.
Great views to be had. 👍
Stob na Boine Druim-fhinn Trig Point via the B29 Aircraft crash site. Had company today in the form of hill machine Bryan Fitzpatrick, who likes a paddle.
Wet underfoot, some great waterfalls too, an interesting morning on the hill. ⛰
The trig was an add on to a previously documented visit to the B29 crash site. Once at the crash site, it was over the fence and open hill to the summit, another make your own way effort.
B29 walk detail HERE