Category Archives: Tripoint

Tripoint 10 – Buckinghamshire – Hertfordshire – Middlesex

The tripoint of Buckinghamshire – Hertfordshire – Middlesex is at a fork on the River Colne. NB:Due to such dense vegetation (my bivy bag is on a bed of nettles) the location seen in the photo below is within a couple of … Continue reading

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Tripoint 9 – Essex – Hertfordshire – Middlesex

The tripoint of Essex – Hertfordshire – Middlesex is below the M25 between junction 25 and 26. Counties: Essex – Hertfordshire – Middlesex Tripoint Number: 9 Dates Slept At: 17/18 September 2015 Slept In: Car Grid Reference: 51°40’52“N, 0°-0’43“W Further Information … Continue reading

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Tripoint 8 – Dumfriesshire – Peeblesshire – Selkirkshire

The tripoint of Dumfriesshire – Peeblesshire – Selkirkshire is 35m below the summit of Watch Knowe. The bivy bag is in Dumfriesshire, Peeblesshire is top left of the fence and Selkirkshire is top right of the fence. Counties: Dumfriesshire – … Continue reading

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Tripoint 7 – Dumfriesshire – Peeblesshire – Lanarkshire

The tripoint of Dumfriesshire – Peeblesshire – Lanarkshire is on the summit of Annanhead Hill. Counties: Dumfriesshire – Peeblesshire – Lanarkshire Tripoint Number: 7 Dates Slept At: 9/10 September 2015 Slept In: Tent Grid Reference:55°24’14“N, 3°29’20“W Further Information County Tripoints

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Tripoint 6 – County Durham – Cumberland – Northumberland

The tripoint of County Durham, Cumberland and Northumberland  is the watershed on Slate Hill, Nenthead. In the photo below the tripoint can be seen at the post to the left of the photo. A cairn is slowly being built to the … Continue reading

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Tripoint 5 – Lancashire – Westmorland – Yorkshire

The tripoint of  Lancashire, Westmorland and Yorkshire is marked by the county stone. In the photo below Yorkshire is to the right of the wall (the largest part of course), Westmorland is to the top left and Lancashire the bottom left. … Continue reading

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Tripoint 4 – Cumberland – Lancashire – Westmorland

The tripoint of Cumberland, Lancashire and Westmorland is at Wrynose Pass and is marked by the Three shire stone. In the photo below my car is parked in Westmorland and the hill beyond my car is all in Westmorland. Lancashire … Continue reading

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