Just a short walk up the hill to Boulters Tor (127).
Follow the track through the enclosed land and...
...on to Setters Tor (128)
Not far away Little White Tor on the left and White Tor on the right.
Little White Tor (129)
A good place to look across to Great Links Tor and Tavy Cleave
Up to White Tor (130). There is clitter everywhere and it always feels like you are in the remains of a quarry. Once upon a time it was a Hill Fort and with a low evening sun you can still see the earthworkings from the main road by Mary Tavy.
From here you can just see Fur Tor in the far distance on the left and Lynch Tor on the right.
Next down through the enclosed land below Roos Tor and following the edge of the moor around to the footpath which leads down to Peter Tavy.
Through several fields with lots of newly born lambs...
Through an enclosed green lane with these playful little ponies - these were not Dartmoor ponies.
To Great Coombe Tor (132) with Peter Tavy church below..
..and down to this unattractive pool...
...across the river...
...up the other side in search of Little Coombe tor (133), which was in here somewhere but I couldn't get through the brambles! William Crossing (who lived nearby) referred to this valley as 'Gem' - I can only assume it was more accessable then than it is today.