Telegraph Hill

On 21/22 September I enjoyed the night on the summit of the New Forest National Park at Telegraph Hill.

NFNP

For those who have never visited this part of the country I highly recommend a visit.

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Tripoint 12 – Berkshire – Buckinghamshire – Oxfordshire

The tripoint of Berkshire – Buckinghamshire – Oxfordshire is north of Henley-on-Thames  on the River Thames.

BBO

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Tripoint 11 – Buckinghamshire – Middlesex -Surrey

The tripoint of Buckinghamshire – Middlesex – Surrey is in Staines  on the River Thames next to Halfords.

BMS

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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 hundred metres either way of the actual tripoint.

BMS

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Tripoint 9 – Essex – Hertfordshire – Middlesex

The tripoint of Essex – Hertfordshire – Middlesex is below the M25 between junction 25 and 26.

EHM

EHM

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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.

TP - D P S

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White Coomb – Dumfriesshire

White Coomb is the county top of Dumfriesshire

  • County: Dumfriesshire
  • Highest Point: White Coomb
  • Height (ft): 2,695
  • Height (m): 821
  • Grid Reference:  NT186146
  • Dates Slept On: Thursday 10/Friday 11 September 2015

White Coomb

Taking a tent down in 30mph wind is best done poles first!

Poles First

 

Posted in County Tops