The Sulber trig point is situated above a limestone scar to the north of Sulber Nick and was built in 1949 as part of the third order of trig points.
|Date Built:||12th July 1949|
|Levelling Date:||1st June 1950|
|Historic Use:||3rd order|
|TUK Ref No:||TP6249|
|No. of Visits:||2|
The Sulber trig point can be reached easily enough by making a 0.4 mile detour north of the Horton – Ingleborough path as it passes through Sulber Nick. The trig point sits on grass just back from a modest limestone edge.
From the north, the trig point can also be easily reached by taking the footpath through the yard of South House. Just after passing through a gate, take a stile in the wall opposite on to access land. The trig point is then just a few minutes walk away.
Without doubt the most striking object on view is Pen-y-ghent across the valley. Also prominent in the view is High Green Field Knott. The slopes of Simon Fell dominate the view to the west.