Another beautiful day on a Saturday and to earn our lunch a quick walk was in order. These two tors are probably the closest to Plymouth and therefore the easiest to get to. The walk itself isn’t much more than 30 minutes, although the views back to Plymouth Sound and out to sea may make you sit an enjoy for at least that time!!
|Start – Beatland Corner
|Route – RAF Hawks Tor – Hawks Tor – Collard Tor – Beatland Corner
|Distance – 1 mile Start time – 11.45am Time taken – 40mins Highest Point – Hawks Tor 265m
|Weather – Sunny, quite warm
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From the car the views open up to Shaugh Prior church with Cornwall in the distance
RAF Hawks Tor, these would have supported the radars during WW2
Bodmin Moor can be seen away to the right
The boys on Hawks Tor, Plymouth Sound in the distance
Not sure if he’s dancing or what, Hawks Tor is behind him though!!
Heading for Collard Tor
Monkeying around on Collard Tor. Plymouth Sound again in view
The horrible scar that is Hemerdon and Lee Moor workings
Over the Lee Moor spoil heaps in Penn Beacon in the sunshine
A tiny Dartmoor foal!
Part of RAF Hawks Tor