Ingra Tor

Tor Information
       
Name: Ingra Tor Grid Reference: SX554721
Height: 339 m / 1112 ft    
Notes: Ingra Tor sits in a prominent position overlooking the Walkham Valley. There is an abandoned quarry to the east side that was in operation during the 19th century. There are two round stone structures in the base of the quarry that were possibly supports for cranes. Be very careful if you skirt around the top edge of the quarry from Ingra Tor itself as there are no rails to prevent you falling 80ft+ to the quarry floor.
 
Ingra Tor
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Location

 

 
   
  Parking
Parking The nearest car park is at SX 550723 however the more conventional place to leave your car is in one of the car parks on the B3212 (SX 561709)
   
  Military Ranges
Warning Ingra Tor does not sit in or nearby a military range.
   
Bog Bog
  There is no boggy ground around this tor
   
  Difficulty
Easy Very easy. The old Princetown railway line runs straight past and paths to this are well worn and dry!
   

 

Recommended Walk

 

Distance: 4.6 mi Difficulty: StarStar
Other Tors Visited: East Tor, Ingra Tor, Leather Tor, Leeden Tor, Lowery Tor, Peek Hill, Sharpitor (Burrator)
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Leg Instruction
1Leave your car at either the car park just below Sharpitor (SX 556706) or a little further down the hill (SX 561709)
2Follow the well worn path from SX561709 along until you hit the old Princetown railway line.
3Follow the line to the north for around half a mile and you will find Ingra Tor. Please be careful if you climb the tor as there is a small (but deep) quarry to the east which has no barriers to prevent you falling.
4Back on the railway line, continue for another half a mile until you find the old stone bridge that crosses the line. To the east of this you will find East Tor.
5The path from East Tor to Leeden Tor is obvious and well trodden. Follow this until you reach the plateau at the summit of Leeden Tor then head in a southerly direction back toward to road and car parks.
6You can cut this walk short at this point or if you are feeling more energetic, cross the road and head for Leather Tor which sits to the left of Sharpitor as you are looking at them.
7Scramble to the top of Leather Tor to enjoy spectacular views of Burrator and the rest of Walkhampton Common. Be careful up there.... the ridge gives way to shear drops on both sides.
8From Leather Tor head WSW to Lowery Tor then up the hill to the summit of Peek Hill. Views from up here are some of the best on the moor!
9Finally cross the ridge to Sharpitor and back to your car.



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