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Name:Yes Tor
Hill number:2878
Height:618.6m / 2030ft
Parent (Ma):2877  High Willhays
RHB Section:40: Cornwall & Devon
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Dartmoor
County/UA:Devon (CoU)
Class:Nuttall, Subsimm, Buxton & Lewis, Bridge, Trail 100
Grid ref:SX 58093 90152
Summit feature:trig point on rock tor
Col:595m  SX 5795 8995  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 191
(1:25k) OL28N 113
Survey:obvious summit
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Run up from the east side of Meldon Reservoir followed a stream to the east of Homerton Hill up on to the plateau. Ran slowly across the open moor to High Willhays. Close to the stream I saw a Grey Wagtail higher up there were a few Crows and plenty of Skylarks. Had a chat on the summit and enjoyed the view. Could clearly see the North Devon coastline and the sea. Ran easily to Yes Tor where I said hello to a couple hunkered down in the rocks. Easy run back to the start across the trackless moor. Saw my first Wheatear of the year. Time taken an hour for 4 miles.isabelle14/06/2020
Parked at Meldon Reservoir, 12k circular walk up to Black Tor, onto High Willhays then Yes Tor. Clear windy day with amazing views from Yes Torjarmin4501/02/2020
Round of Hangingstone Hill, Cut Hill, High Willhays and Yes Tor from parking at East Okement Farm. Torrential rain. Solo round in fell running gear but not possible to run on much due to difficulty of terrain (uneven clumps of grass). Several water crossings. Deep mud in parts. 14 miles total in 4hrs 15min.axoree19/12/2019
From the res CP, around Longstone Hill and up the front to the top. Onto HW, down to Black Tor and back over Longstone.bevandy11402/09/2019
Run from Sourton Church up over Sourton Torís along the old railway to Great Links Tor. I t took me a few minutes to remember the easiest climb to the actual summit which was very easy as the only technical move is low down. I headed on to the remains of Bleak House. I remember camping by it in 1990 and it was a lot more substantial then. I took the path up to Kitty Tor. The cloud broke and it was warm in the sunshine. I headed down to Sandy Ford and then up High Willhays and Yes Tor before running back to Sourton via the top end of Meldon reservoir. For the 11 miles it took 2 hours 30 minutes. I saw Wheatear, Linnets, Skylark, Meadow Pipit, Buzzard, Kestrel and Ravens.isabelle04/08/2019
From High Willhays, back down to Meldon via West Mill Tor & P28 Black Down.agentmancuso03/07/2019
With Lyn. Ascended from Anthony's Style via Red-a-ven Brook having sorted parking with the military (the personnel involved were really friendly and helpful) as the 10 Tors event was on. Three tors today so High Willhays and West Mill Tor to do. A beautiful day.Sixtyplus11/05/2019
Clear day with the familyvconnelly18/04/2019
After High Willhays on the way back to Meldon car park. Cool wind and cloud as it was before 9 a.m.NormanW31/03/2019
Lydford car park to Bracken Tor YH. Revisit with AC - descent from the high moor via West Mill Tor.Smudge30/03/2019
Collected Silas from Bristol to do Dartmoor.simonjallen22/10/2018
With Katy. Wind and Rain.George Thompson18/09/2018
with Tony and Neil from Meldum reservoir ,Yes Tor and High Willhays.Lou13/09/2018
Part of Dartmoor MarathonClaireb 01/09/2018
As many others from the parking by the reservoir. Charge is currently £2.00 for over an hour.Alan Caine09/08/2018
From Meldon CP, after High Willhays.Topographer5709/08/2018
As for High Willhays.Dartmoorman22/06/2018
Meldon Reservoir car park - Yes Tor - High Willhays - Sandy Ford - Great Links Tor and back. Great loop, mostly pathless and sometimes v boggy. Fabulous views.twg2726/04/2018
Walked up from the reservoir did this with its trig and then High Willhaysjmistry8616/04/2018
From Meldon Reservoir before adding High Willhays.the pigguy 28/01/2018
High Willhays and Yes Tor from Meldon ReservoirChris Williams01/11/2017
Parking in the Meldon Reservoir carpark, Helen & I Followed the route around Longstone Hill and then climbed up to the summit and Trigpoint at Yes Tor. We returned via High Willhays, Fordsland Ledge and then Black Tor.JohRvs15/10/2017
From okehampton stationjj3514/10/2017
Solo. Sunday morning. Lovely day. Boggy underfootLongwojo08/10/2017
Took shelter in a wee cave from the heavy showers before continuing to H.W.Play2End13/09/2017
Climbed while doing the county topey up me duck12/08/2017
With Caleb.simon and co04/08/2017
from meldon reservoir its an easy path and ascent and the two are so close. Check live firing range before you goAristotle Chip14/06/2017
Parked at Meldon Reservoir car park, walked across dam and stayed on zig zag path up around ridge. good walk to brilliant view before walking across to High Willhays.Hippy7717/04/2017
Walked over from High Willhays when completing Dartmoor Perambulation.PK102/01/2017
From Meldon Res, Tes Tor, High Willays, Kitty Tor Great Links back over Corn Ridge to resevoirunderhill03/12/2016
From Meldon Reservoir car park. Circular route up High Willhays via Black Tor and then on to Yes Tor.welshyboyo23/10/2016
Great West Fell Runtomd406/08/2016
Walked on my own from Okehampton Military Camp. Fine but did turn drizzly An easy peak to bag with great views over Devon.flockwatcher25/07/2016
With CPgarth8718/07/2016
Long circular walk with Grampeecastleviewblue17/07/2016
Wild Camp Day 2Paul_142_uk11/06/2016
Parked near Black Down.Yes Tor and High Willhays on pleasant but cool day.With Bridget and Oscar.catman25/05/2016
With Catman and Oscar.rosiebridge25/05/2016
With Catman and Bridget.oscarrosie25/05/2016
Solo. From Meldon Reservoir on to High WillhaysAimless Rambler23/05/2016
From the track southeast of Okehampton Camp via Rowtor and West Mill Tor to the summitMariana Trench12/09/2015
From Meldon Reservoir. Done as a day walk from Lancaster 625 long miles in the car.mick04/09/2015
On way to High Willhays.peter4lc12/08/2015
With Chris G while visiting High Willhaysmagirob11/08/2015
Along with High Willhays from Meldon reservoir.squeegs07/08/2015
7/8 Seventh of long day Belstone Tor/Cosdon Hill/Hound Tor/Hangstone Hill/Steeperton Tor/East Mill Tor/Yes Tor/High WillaysFergalh18/07/2015
from bracken tor youth hostel via camp rdcolinfielding16/07/2015
Nuttall route from MeldonRamblingpaul05/07/2015