My attempt to visit all of Dartmoors Tors and Hilltops as listed in
"Walking the Tors and Hilltops of Dartmoor" by A.D. Johnson he created a list of 190 points within the National Park Boundary as based on the OS Landranger 1:25000 Map
Two Orienteering races over the weekend had left my legs stiff, but I wanted to get out and back on the Tor Trail after such a long break predominately due to a calf injury suffered in July. Happily that seems to be behind me and so I set off for a walk with Bramble to explore the in the valley below Castle Drogo. We set off from Fingle Bridge and climbed on the path to Drewston Common, after the initial climb the path levels off and offers great views over the moors with Kes Tor in full view. We were soon at Sharp Tor (181), an interesting Tor perched on the side of the valley. We didn't venture to far out along the Tor as the rock was wet and slippery. We continued on to Hunters Tor (180) which sat atop a long spur. Not stopping long as the rain had now set in we descended into the valley and keeping to the northern riverbank we followed the path alongside the river back to Fingle Bridge.