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TP2960 - Easdon Tor
8th Sep 2012 16:50 by Father Ted
Parked on road to SW at SX725821 before walking up lane past Easton Farm cottages. Once past fields took feint path next to fence and headed N through bracken and broom to rocky outcrop them onwards to summit. Lovely late afternoon walk in sunshine. I was wearing shorts and just about got away with it!
25th Mar 2012 09:45 by dugswell2
GR8 morning, climbed from SW just one wall/fence but plenty of vegetation even in mid March.
7th Nov 2010 19:17 by jzimmy12345
18th Apr 2009 11:45 by Dave.B
Excellent views on a clear day. Wish I'd read the comments below about parking first. I walked from Manaton!
Trig Pillar ©Dave.B
11th Dec 2008 15:12 by wheelybarrow
Great views and a lovley sunset.
19th Aug 2008 13:22 by rob godrer coed
Trig in good condition. Views of Dartmoor to the west.
11th May 2008 12:00 by The Hamian Explorers
Superb views and more superb views! The trig point is in good condition, though the plug has been filled in, and so have two of the holes along the bottom of the trig. But otherwise there is no visible sign of damage. The S is above the number on the flush bracket.
3rd May 2008 10:27 by Andrew hunt
Great views wounderful weather
24th Apr 2008 18:00 by Glaslyn
Short sharp climb from the road to the SW.Parking ok next to gate then 2 fields to reach access land....after that its just head down and go for it! 18 minutes car to car ..not that its a challenge or anything...!
21st Apr 2008 19:26 by Scally and the Princess
5th Aug 2007 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, asphalt, BSM style FB. trig on low rocky tor, fine summit & view. Much of the gorse of 2002 has been burnt off: fairly easy ascent, but glad I wore boots & thickish trousers.
20th Jul 2007 17:10 by Managra
We parked at Easdon Cottages, having tried the other end of the bridle path to find nowhere to park the car. Followed a sheepy path up to the top. Wonderful views in all directions. Tarmac plug
8th Oct 2006 13:00 by widget
Finally managed to drag the better half out and what a pleasant walk we had. There are some marvellous all round views from here. We managed to park quite close, by the nearest house to the SE, but it was tricky.
27th Apr 2004 13:55 by plymplodder
11th Apr 2004 16:06 by Sussex_Rambler
Took ages to find convenient place to park nearby with easy access. Once climbed up the hill though, views all around were excellent.
26th Aug 2002 12:00 by peregrinus
awful gorse ascent, fine summit & view - desparately prickly gorse from SW, may be better from S or SE? Fine summit & view
31st May 1997 00:00 by mickandshane