Name:Hawk's Tor
Hill number:17532
Height:329m / 1079ft
Parent (Ma):2881  Brown Willy
RHB Section:40: Cornwall & Devon
County/UA:Cornwall (CoU)
Class:Tump (300-399m)
Grid ref:SX 25388 76346
Summit feature:rock tor
Col:293m  SX248755  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 201
(1:25k) 109
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 18 users)ByDate of Ascent
As moorsman but parked further south west at SX 25943 76022. Track/path to summit ruined by cattle hooves and it was very wet. Summit scramble tricky on wet rock. Wouldn't have managed it solo. Brother Ed & I give each other a leg up on final tricky bit.David Gradwell14/09/2017
Nice walk from North HillAlancache03/08/2017
Parked just north of the church in North Hill at SX 27317 76843. Walked down through the village and took the RoW down to the bridge over Withey Brook, then up to the lane on the north side of the forest. Followed this NW and W, leaving it to take the path up to the summit. Scaling the tor not too difficult - just a few tricky moves with little exposure. Walk continued to Ridge. Solo.marktrengove11/04/2017
Superb sunny round of Bodmin tumps. The summit is reached with via two definite scrambling moves, a pleasure on the dry rough rock, accessed from the north central side of the summit tor- via a well worn path. Boggy sections to tumps North and South were ok if you kept moving!Denise 22/10/2016
A great little tor with a couple of interesting YDS2 steps to reach the summit. Some well carved graffiti on the E top.RichardM22/10/2016
Pull-in suitable for a single car opposite the start of the bridleway to the south west (alt 988ft). Follow this bridleway northwards until the final fence when a gate gives access to a path through the trees leading to the top.moorsman18/06/2016
Parked in small carpark below hawks for194325/09/2014
From SE, parking at start of b/w, then access land. Summit tor a slightly tricky scramble, by its N side.RHW13/04/2014
Visited whilst in the area geocaching.CornishGazza26/05/2013
Edwin Gradwell14/09/2017
Colin Crawford13/07/2017
Nick Caunt09/07/2013