Setters Rocks

This walk was pretty much over similar ground to Sunday’s walk, only I headed round to Roos Tor and past Cox Tor, instead of going towards Lynch Tor this time. The weather was absolutely superb, warm enough for just a t shirt and a bit of a tan!!! It was a shame I couldn’t lengthen the walk a fair bit, however I started a bit late and had to be somewhere later. A proper spring day however the forecast for the rest of Easter is poor so I’m glad I got this one in when I did, this was a Good Friday!

Start – Boulters Tor car park
Route – Boulters TorSetters RocksStephens GraveLangstone Stone CircleRoos TorSharp TorCombe Tor – Boulters Tor car park
Distance – 5 miles    Start time – 11.00am     Time taken –  3hr 10mins    Highest Point – Roos Tor 454m
Weather – Beautiful, warm for spring, sunny
© Crown copyright 2014 Ordnance Survey FL 2014 SF

© Crown copyright 2014 Ordnance Survey FL 2014 SF

Setters Rocks 1

Spring weather and spring in the fields around Peter Tavy

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Lovely views up to Great Links Tor

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White Tor up on the left and Great Mis Tor on the right from Boulters Tor

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Same place looking to Cox Tor, Great Staple Tor and Roos Tor, I’ll be on Roos Tor later

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Fleeces were removed as it was a warm spring day

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Setter Rocks now, looking back to Boulters Tor with Brent Tor in the distance

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White Tor and blue skies

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Stephens Grave

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Bit of zoom into Cornwall to pick out Kit Hill left and the Caradon mast right

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I think that’s Brown Willy on the right, the highest point on Bodmin Moor

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Langstone Moor and the menhir, with Lynch Tor on the left where I was on Sunday

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Langstone Moor Stone Circle with Roos Tor on the right

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The slopes of Great Mis Tor on the left with Roos Tor right, the river Walkham in between

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Roos Tor with North Hessary Tor and the TV mast behind

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Stunning views to Cornwall from Roos Tor

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Behind Roos Tor and the path I’ve walked along to get here

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Fair bit of zoom to pick out the church on Brent Tor

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And spinning round to see the Tamar Bridge over the River Tamar to the south

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Heading to Sharp Tor on the left of this picture

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White Tor up on the left

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Peter Tavy below and Mary Tavy up on the right from Sharp Tor

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Sharp Tor looking up to Great Links Tor

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Kit Hill in the distance from Sharp Tor

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Godsworthy Farm with White Tor behind

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Crossing the bridge over Colly Brook in the Combe

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Spring daffs

2 thoughts on “Setters Rocks

    • It was a belter of a day, lovely and warm and the sign of things to come hopefully!! Hope you had a good Easter, I’ve booked to stay in Betws y Coed on Monday 30th May until the Friday, so looking forward to that, need some long walks in my legs before I go there though!!

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