Time for another Dartmoor walk and this time its out on the eastern side around Lustleigh, I hadn’t been to Lustleigh this year and I think it was April 2021 when I last walked the area and possibly 2019 since I was last on Harton Chest which is really remiss of me, seeing as its in my top 3 tors. This walk was an easy one, up to Sharpitor, along the ridge picking off the tors, up and down over Foxworthy Bridge before climbing into Neadon Wood passing 3 tors and then down to Horsham Steps. This is always a lovely spot, perfect for lunch, sat deep in the cleave, on mossy boulders, with water under your feet. We then climbed back out of the cleave following a path diagonally upwards aiming for Harton Chest/Sharpitor area. Instead we found a new tor to us, and one that isn’t on many sites at all called The Lookout and the description seems to fit, given that you get a fine window view down to Lustleigh Cleave, similar to that of Harton Chest but a hundred metres or so northwest of Harton Chest. It was a lovely way to finish this walk before repeating a short section of out out bound route and down to the car. The parking at Lustleigh was full meaning we headed to Bovey Tracey for a well earned pint of cider in the hot sun before heading home.