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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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
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
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