A new one on me, a bus journey to the start of the walk and then a bus back home at the end. As I was a little early getting back I was able to walk the length of Burrator and get an ice cream whilst waiting for the bus!! The walk took some of the lesser known tors around Walkhampton Common, however the views were good and gave me a chance to have a proper look at the Raddick Hill aqueduct before heading down to Crazywell Pool and back to Burrator.
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Leather Tor Bridge
Climbing on out the woods gives good views to Down Tor
And looking along the leat to Black Tor in the centre
Raddick Hill as the Devonport Leat tumbles down
Leather Tor left with Sharpitor above and the line of the leat running across the picture
In the Meavy valley above the Black Tor waterfall
Hart Tor the next objective after I have been to Black Tor
Black Tor, Leather Tor back right
North Hessary Tor from Hart Tor
Looking back to Hart Tor and behind that are Sheeps Tor, Leather Tor and Sharpitor
South Hessary Tor across typical Dartmoor terrain
Looking north from South Hessary Tor
View southwards from South Hessary Tor
North Hessary Tor from the South one!
Looking back to South Hessary Tor as I head towards Cramber Tor
Cramber Trig point
Burrator from Cramber Tor
You wait all day and then two come along at once!!
Heading back to Burrator Reservoir
Along the road beside the reservoir
and the Dam, now for ice cream whilst I wait for the bus