Little Mis Tor, Great Mis Tor & the mysterious stone basin!

January 13, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
On one of the grandest hills in Devon, often hidden in the clouds lies the ginormous and aptly named Great Mis Tor. From the main Princetown/Tavistock road there is a lovely but long climb up to the top. This assent can be surreptitiously broken to gaze at the wonderful view and explore the dwarfed but not completely outshone Little Mis Tor. Great...
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Sharpitor, Leather Tor and don't forget Lower Leather Tor!

November 12, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
Thank you all for your interest in following my family's crazily ambitious challenge to climb and photograph every Tor on Dartmoor! Many have enquired as to whether there is a particular guide or book we are following. Well Terry Bound's 'The A-Z of Dartmoor Tors' has been the ultimate authority for some time so that is one we definitely consult bu...
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Claig Tor - Who knew there was a Tor closer to Burrator than Sheepstor?!

August 26, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
W ell I have been to Burrator hundreds of times and never knew there was a hidden tor with a view of the reservoir and Sheepstor Church! In fact, I have walked along the dismantled railway within a few meters of the Tor completely oblivious to its existence! As you drive from Dousland just before you get to the Dam, park in the disused quarry car...
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Combestone Tor - Instant Tor Gratification!

August 17, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
W ant instant Tor gratification?! Then Combestone Tor may be the one for you as it is most impressive, very high up and yet it practically sits in the car park! If you have people or pets with you who like to splash in water it is perfect as there are not one but two leats surrounding the Tor. O nce you look over the other side of the Tor you hav...
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Callisham Tor a Hidden and Private Tor

July 02, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
C allisham Tor is one I would never have known existed had I not been on a mission to photograph all the tors on Dartmoor! I was surprised and delighted to find we could park the car at The Royal Oak at Meavy. So with the promise of liquid refreshment at the end, we set off down a quiet footpath for a lovely short circular walk taking in this hidde...
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