Cramber Tor

Tor Information
       
Name: Cramber Tor Grid Reference: SX583712
Height: 419 m / 1374 ft    
Notes: Sitting high over Walkhampton Common, Cramber Tor is easilty seen from the B3212 Dousland to Princetown road. The tor itself is very small and compact but sits high on Raddick Hill
 
Cramber Tor
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Location

 

 
   
  Parking
Parking You car park in one of the small 'pull-ins' close to SX 602713 on the Whiteworks road or in Princetown itself and along past the Plume of Feathers pub before heading cross country to the tor
   
  Military Ranges
Warning Cramber Tor does not sit in or nearby a military range.
   
Bog Bog
  Cramber Tor is surrounded by 'wet' gound all around. Although not boggy, it's wet enough to impede walking, especially in bad weather.
   
  Difficulty
Easy Medium, it all depends on which way you approach as to the difficulty. The easiest route is from the Whiteworks road and head across the rough ground to the tor
   

 

Recommended Walk

 

Distance: 3.3 mi Difficulty: StarStar
Other Tors Visited: Cramber Tor, South Hessary Tor
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Leg Instruction
1Park your car in one of the 'pull-ins' along the Whiteworks Road (SX 602713).
2Follow the wall up until it intercepts the track that leads to the north and South Hessary Tor.
3From South Hessary Tor there are tracks across the rough ground that will eventually lead you to a 'trig point' on the unnamed hill. Ground all around this trig point is boggy!
4Now head to the west for around half a mile and eventually Cramber Tor will come into view. On a nice day it's a wonderful place to stop and spend some time before heading back.
5Make your way back to the trig point and from there in an easterly direction over the hill back to the track and finally back to the car.



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