The Hoove Faggergill trig point is located near the summit of Hoove, a moorland top above Arkengarthdale. It was built in 1948 as part of the secondary network of trig points.
|Station Name:||Hoove Faggergill|
|Date Built:||15th April 1948|
|Levelling Date:||1st June 1948|
|TUK Ref No:||TP4008|
|No. of Visits:||1|
Located not far within the north-eastern boundary of the Yorkshire Dales National Park Hoove is one of the lonely moorland tops above Arkengarthdale. The trig point is not quite the highest point of the fell, this lies about 480m to the south-west on ground approximately 1.4m higher than the trig point.
The view is of distant moors, most noticeably Great Pinseat and Rogan’s Seat to the west, Little Fell and Mickle Fell to the north-west and the moors of the Tees-Wear watershed to the north.