|Height:||181m / 594ft|
|RHB Section:||22: Shetland Islands|
|County/UA:||Shetland Islands (UA)|
|Maritime area:||Shetland - South|
|Class:||Marilyn, Hump, Tump (100-199m), SIB, Yeaman|
|Grid ref:||HU 55382 39872|
|Summit feature:||no feature: grass|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 4|
|Observations:||ground 3m SSE of trig point (20cm above flush bracket of trig point)|
|GPS data:||show GPS entries for this hill|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 111 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)||By||Date of Ascent|
|Great walk around Noss in superb weather.||nicolajane||27/07/2019|
|Walked round the island on a day of wonderful weather.||Crumblie2||19/07/2019|
|Just got over to the island before the red flag was raised. Walked anti-clockwise to summit following path with Seumas. Impressed at Seumas (4 years old) did so well walking all the way. Returned same route as Seumas chose to go that way. Good day out.||assynt_bob||18/06/2019|
|With Kate. From visitor centre on Noss (11:55) walked anti-clockwise round the island. Cloud over top cleared and weather became glorious. Birds in profusion on cliffs, including very tame puffins. Good views. Back to VC 15:10. Record day for visitors; warden driving 5-passenger worked very hard.||dbb||07/06/2019|
|ACW circuit of Island - stunning cliffs - many birds- excellent views (with 5 other baggers).||ger||07/06/2019|
|12.25 with lots of other Marilyn baggers Chris Peart, Reg Willis, David Smith, Geoff & Enid Parr||vegibagger||07/06/2019|
|A smashing day out in good company.||Chris Peart||07/06/2019|
|Super walk around the perimeter of Noss in ACW direction. First full view of Noss Head quite stunning.||jonglew||19/08/2018|
|A jaw-dropping, wonderful circuit of Noss on a glorious day. Gannets, seals, bonxies and all manner of gulls, kittiwakes, shags, and SBSJs. Easy walking all the way.||Gill||19/08/2018|
|Gorgeous day - beautiful island. Saw about a million puffins, plenty of other birds and a seal. With trimarc2, PJB & GFE. GFE dawdling so ascended twice.||Fionalevey||04/08/2018|
|A magical walk with so much wildlife and scenary and all done in good weather. Highly recommended.. With FJE, GFR and PJB||trimarc2||04/08/2018|
|After Bressay Park Run. Magical hill. Huge amount of bird life. With Fiona, GFE and Trimarc2||r1||04/08/2018|
|Over to Noss on SNH rib ferry. Anti clockwise circuit of the island but disappointing cloud at Eastern end especially at Noss head.||NormanW||27/06/2018|
|walked coast of Noss with Son Karl, Included Summit.
Great views of birds.
Karl very taken with Puffins and Trip in RIB||Neil Fraser||05/07/2017|
|Flight to Foula didn't go. Car on ferry to Bressay then over to Noss ferry. Warden came over and I had super walk round island, firstly say an Otter then lots of Puffins and other seabirds. Oh, I also visited the Trig||Coinneach||19/05/2017|
|A great day out not to be missed. The view of the 180m high cliffs packed with gannets is amazing. Check ferry running on 0800 1077818. We saw Harbour porpoise off Turr Ness||mindlessflogger||28/08/2016|
|Spectacular cliffs. A top bag. Amazing gannet colony, also puffins, fulmars, shags. sea was blue and clear. Vanessa Trig 10534||Denise||27/04/2016|
|Otters, gannets, fulmars and so many more. Leave 4 hours for the round trip of the island. Mild and sunny.||iangalbraith||24/08/2014|
|Despite the heavy rain, had fantastic few hours walking round dramatic coastline, seeing the amazing seabird colonies on the cliff. Most impressed with the 2 wardens who were friendly and informative. Had welcome cuppas in the visitors bothy while drying off. Just cross Bressay and wave to the wardens who'll come and take you over in their jib, so long as the swell isn't too big.||AndrewFinnimore||13/08/2014|
|A 2nd visit again with Lesley and also Nick to show him this amazing island - sadly in thick gloom all day. Could not even see across the narrow neck of water at the ferry spot- shouted a request got a muffled reply and out of the fog came the wardens boat. Whilst waiting an eerie 'ghost boat' slowly sailed through the gap in the fog. Repeated the circuit - still amazing despite gloom.||Chris Pearson||27/07/2014|
|The first visitor to cross on what was the opening day of the 2014 visiting season. Walked anti-clockwise around this fascinating island - well worth planning to spend 4-5 hours. Great cliff scenery and birdlife everywhere.||benalder284||01/04/2014|
|With friend. RIB ferry from Bressay. Anticlockwise circuit of island with lots of impressive cliffs and birds. Highest point is near circular section trig point.||pwbellarby||28/08/2013|
|Round of the island. Enjoyed the puffin show.||fasgadh||12/07/2013|
|2nd visit. Gannets seemed less noisy than before, but this was a calmer day.||Smudge||01/06/2013|
|W Jenx from midday ferry to Bressay. Rib to island then birders paradise of a Marilyn. Gannets on Noss Head amazing, guillemots, skuas, terns, puffins. This M has it all. Good views of central Shetland. Brilliant day, 2hr circuit walk over too soon.||nordicstar||31/05/2013|