Looking for a trig pillar near you? Our trig pillar map lists all the existing trig pillars in the UK, using data from the lonewalker.net, itself collected from Ordnance Survey and Trigpointing UK.

To use the map, simply zoom to the area you’re planning a walk in, and look for a red marker indicating a trig pillar. You can even use the ‘Satellite’ option to see if you can spot the trig pillar itself!

Clicking on the indicator of a trig pillar displays information such as latitude and longitude, condition and height.

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Box Hill – S3358

County: Surrey Nearest Town(s): Dorking AONB: Surrey Hills Difficulty: Easy Time: 5-20 minutes Height: 172m W3W: ///void.oddly.take Map: OS Explorer 146 – Dorking, Box Hill and Reigate Where To Park There is a really handy National Trust car park behind the cafe at the top of the hill, around five minutes … Read More

Sway – S2712

County: Hampshire Nearest Town(s): Sway National Park: New Forest Difficulty: Easy Time: 1 minute Height: 59m W3W: ///decoding.octopus.fidelity Map: OS Explorer OL22 New Forest An exceedingly easy drive-by trig pillar, we highly recommend a gentle walk in the area around Sway, which showcases some of the best the New Forest … Read More

Lurg Moor – S4982

County:  Renfrewshire Nearest Town: Greenock Difficulty: Easy Time: 20 minutes Height: 228m This was a quick walk with stunning views. Originally, I was going to try and get a couple of trigs but I forgot to lift my walking boots when I left the house. I was wearing my approach … Read More