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Name:Le Moulin (Sark)
Hill number:7819
Height:109m / 358ft
Section:57: Channel Islands
Classification:Hu,Tu,1
Drop:109m
Col:Sea
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
1977509/07/2017WV 46229 75587  F: Ground at W base of old windmill
O: Basecamp says 30 U 546229 5475587, hence WV 46229 75587
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Day trip to Sarkrhalstead04/05/2019
By Windmill. Day trip to Sark, toured Island by bike and foot.PeterD03/07/2018
Grid Ref: 30 U 0546229 UTM 5475586Alan Whatley20/05/2018
With Rob and Dug on our last Sark top before beer and ice-cream. Ground to W side of 1751 windmill seems to be the most natural high ground. GPS gave N49.43.121, W2.36248.jonglew09/07/2017
What a lovely island on a sunny day.Dugswell209/07/2017
Ground at W base of old (1571) windmill seems to be natural HP. With Doug n Jon after Gouliot, visited former Telegraph (used for White's 1810 triangulation but gone by 1856 and now a modern house just SW of cross rds), down to Little Sark for a view of L'Etac de Serk (65m on marine chart) well seen from path SE of Duval, then ice cream and beer in village before 5pm boat back, right amount of time for exploring island plus the two tidals using hired bikes. For photo albums see http://www.peakbagger.comRHW09/07/2017
Moored in same bay- Gosselin, but quite pleasant in northerly winds. Reascend the steep steps to the Pilcher monument with its dire warnings of the dangers of the seas and walk through rural lanes to pass the Moulin again.Denise 26/06/2017
Sailed from England and moored in Havre Gosselin on W side of Sark. A great sheltered mooring in easterly winds but less so in south westerlies. We were there in south westerlies! The night was comparable to sleeping in a washing machine and the row ashore in the dinghy exhilarating, it was so bad we couldn't face a second night and departed in darkness. Steep ascent path to Pilcher monument which is keen to remind you of the 'dangers of the seas' then tracks to the windmill. While outside the owner appeared and enthusiastically gave us a tour of the old wind mill. N49.43118deg., W002.36244deg. 116m WGS84RichardM01/07/2015
as per Richard's account. Such an unpleasant mooring that I swore I would never return- see 2017 entry!Denise 01/07/2015
Ferry from Guernsey. Top as RHW. Plenty of tracks. More shops and eateries on Sark than you might have thought. All very pleasant.destaylor26/05/2013
Near the windmill at 365' is the highest point.arranc01/05/2008
Day visit to Sark. Coastal scenery was the highlight. Mill walked past on return to boat. Lots of noisy tractors meant the ban on cars was counter-productive. I wonder if this has been addressed.pwheeler04/09/1990
Date tbc, botanising trip. S side of road, by old windmillRHW01/01/1990
Martin R15/06/2018
chalky195318/10/2013
geoffreycurnock01/08/1969