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The friends, from Glasgow and Stirlingshire, started at Maol Mor trig in the Trossachs at 11am on April 6 and finished on the summit of Ben Lomond at 9.45pm the next day.
To go trig bagging, locate a trig point on a map - it's a small triangle with at dot at the centre - and walk to it.
Hundreds of walkers from across the country took part of the 43rd Tour de Trigs, which is mainly done at night around north Oxfordshire and the surrounding counties for teams of three.
"What has happened in the past is that the girls have actually found Soledad through her brand of stories," says Trigs.
For example, the tension is palpable when Trig and his group join the class.
On April 18, 1936, the first trig - triangulation - pillar was installed by mapping agency Ordnance Survey.
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