|Height:||130m / 427ft|
|Parent (Ma):||1945 Snaefell|
|RHB Section:||29: Isle of Man|
|County/UA:||Isle of Man (CoU)|
|Island:||Isle of Man|
|Grid ref:||SC414781 (est)|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 95|
(1:25k) IoM OL
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 13 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|Early morning raid from clubhouse.||chalky1953||27/08/2019|
|2nd and final tump of the day on a 11km route, first climbing Cronk ny Mona then scrambling in the upper reaches of Groudle River to follow paths through Molly Quirks Glen, Bibaloe Glen and Groudle Glen but then having to track West on a footpath before I could take a track through the estate to reach the clubhouse. I followed the 'rough' edges and walked up to the Trig and a few metres around it, recording 128m @ SC 41432 78138. This tump completed Isle of Man County (for a short while at least). Descent via urban roads back into Douglas celebrating my achievement in a coffee shop before catching the 3pm ferry back to Liverpool.||Dazingdale||22/07/2018|
|From golf club house on a wild and windy late evening with not a golfer on the course. Pristine trig and good view over Douglas Bay.||JohnIvor||29/06/2017|
|First trig and tump combo..... Fb 10856||vegibagger||22/07/2016|
|From Club House after rain before golfers got started.||jimbloomer||14/04/2013|
|Parked at golf club and just walked up. Wet and windy weather ensured no golfers were on the course but weather was beginning to cheer up. Climbed with Jim Bloomer and Michael Earnshaw.
|see log on TrigpointingUK.com.||RHW||15/05/2010|
|Late evening trigging.||Mac.Hawk||26/09/2006|