It’s gone! It’s not there at all! Completely vanished!
No not the summit, the water tank which is an obvious landmark on the route to the summit. The path and summit is still there of course
I watched Roger MW0IDX’x video and made sure I knew what the path off the track looked like. But with the water tank as a reference it would be hard to go wrong. So you can imagine my surprise when we ( me and Brian G4ZRP ) reached a joint in the paths and no water tank. We realised that going downhill was bad so we turned back. Now I already thought I’d recognised the path on the way into the forest but without the water tank wasn’t convinced. But after some arguments we agreed to follow this and it led to the summit.
The cairn is still there as is the length of coax. Also are the remains of a burnt tent, a varnished wooden cross with plaque in memory of the crew of a Halifax which crashed in 1947 and another home made cross. And flies. Hundreds and thousands of them.
The pair of us managed to qualify the hill but I would pay very close attention to the video to make sure you can recognise the path without the water tank. Of course if I’d have taken the GPS I’d have a route to share. But who takes a GPS up such a silly little hill?