The weather was decent and I had time for a quick walk out to Ditsworthy Warren House. The walk isn’t more than a 40 minute stroll and covers hardly any distance really. Having been in the Lakes the previous week it was good to be back on home turf, shame I didn’t have time to go further.
Plenty of army vehicles about, the scout camp is just to my right, which is where they must be staying.
Zoomed in over the sheep to Leather Tor (looking like a pyramid) and Sharpitor behind
The path to the Ditsworthy Warren House with the Trowlesworthy Tors to the right
The back of the Warren House
Gutter Tor up on the left as I head back
Little Trowlesworthy Tor on the left and Legis Tor to the right, the River Plym in between
The scout hut is in the trees to the right, Leather Tor in the distance
A short drive back down the road gives this brilliant view to Burrator Reservoir backed by Peak Hill with Sheeps Tor to the right