Just a short walk today with a couple of aims, the first was to scout out a wild camp spot and the second to find Tor Rocks. As it was both these two aims are within about 100 metres of each other. We started out from the Harford Gate car car and headed up to Hangershell Rock, the views all around here and from Butterdon Hill are excellent, especially across South Hams. We also took in the rarely visited Weatherdon Hill, I say rarely because its not on my list as its pretty much a spur off Butterdon Hill. We then headed down to Tor Rocks which is a scattering of a number of outcrops as is reflected on the OS maps. All that was left was a hop across the Butter Brook which looks like a promising spot for camping!! Not too far all in all but it was lovely to be out with the boys again.
|Start – Harford parking|
|Route – Hangershell Rock – Butterdon Hill – Weatherdon Hill – Tor Rocks – Butter Brook – Harford parking|
|Distance – Start time – 2.30pm Time taken – 1hr 20mins Highest Point –|
|Weather – White fluffy clouds, warm and some sun|