From High Down up past Arms Tor on the left.
The view back down....
...past Great Links Tor and...
...Bleak House with...
...Green Tor ahead of us.
Over Amicombe Hill and Great Kneeset ahead up a steep climb.
On the way up the view up the West Okement valley.
Great Kneeset (293) and the view north towards the West Okement valley and High Willhayes...
...and south towards Fur Tor and Little Kneeset
There is a way across here somewhere.
Little Kneeset (294) not much of a tor at all - with Fur Tor in the distance.
Fur Tor - even steeper than it looks...
Fur Tor (295) known a the 'Queen of Tors' and probably the most remote tor on Dartmoor. Remote not just because of the remote location, the difficult terrain to get there but also because it is the one furthest from any road. A variety of granite stacks on top of this steep hill.
Superb views in all directions...
...towards Great Mis Tor
...Hare Tor and Sharp Tor
...Great Links Tor
It might be really remote but we didn't have it all to ourselves as another couple of walkers came past.
Back down to cross Cut Combe Water and Amicombe Brook and back up Amicombe Hill towards Green Tor on the right and Great Links Tor and Higher and Lower Dunna Goat.
The final leg on the way down with Sharp and Hare Tors on our left.
A much longer walk than usual taking just over six and half hours and made much easier being accompanied by my good friend Terry.
Just 12 more tors left to visit!