trig point


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trig point

n
(Surveying) an informal name for triangulation station Also called (Austral and NZ): trig
[from trigonometric]
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9 The steps start curving round to your left, follow them round and you'll reach the summit trig point.
These days you can take an underground tour or test yourself with a trig point challenge where you climb to the highest point on the 2500-acre countryside estate.
Hopefully, they basked in sunshine as they surveyed the stunning panorama at the trig point as we did, when we retraced their steps to mark the 150th anniversary of Leonard's birth.
The first summit you come to has a trig point but the true peak, just a few feet higher, is across a small dip.
But for a more interesting walk turn right towards a trig point instead.
Cleeve Hill highlights (clockwise from top left): calm before the storm - a deserted Prestbury Park awaits the start of the festival; the trig point marking the highest spot on Cleeve Hill; Cleeve Lodge stables, previously the base of trainers Owen O'Neill and Bill Marshall
The summit is marked by a trig point, where the northern face of Craig Cerrig-gleisiad can be viewed.
It begins in the little town of Alvechurch and continues through Scarfields Dingle to a trig point from where the distant Malvern Hills can be seen.
After passing the trig point (109m), you reach a stile into woodland.
This generally runs below the top of a steep slope,gradually climbing to a trig point on Raw Head Hill.