|Height:||454m / 1489ft|
|Parent (Ma):||2877 High Willhays|
|RHB Section:||40: Cornwall & Devon|
|Grid ref:||SX 54339 76606|
|Summit feature:||rock tor (logan stone)|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 191 201|
(1:25k) OL28N OL28S
|GPS data:||show GPS entries for this hill|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 49 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|On route from Rundlestone to Cudliptown via tops and many geocaches; ended up climbing this hill twice, firstly on the direct route from Great Mis Tor to Great Staple Tor then later from the NW to look for a bonus cache whose coords I'd belatedly worked out.||agentmancuso||06/07/2019|
|From Great Staple Tor. Headed north to the shallow col and up to the summit. Onwards to Cox Tor. Solo.||Man of Kernow1||05/05/2019|
|With Jo, circular walk from viewpoint car park on B3357: Cox Tor (top and trig), Roos Tor, Great Staple Tor, returning over Middle Staple Tor. Weather; cloudy, cold wind, moderate views.||amblerbob||09/04/2019|
|From good parking up from Merrivale. With Jenx and Bryher, Staples Tor, good scrambling both to get heads over summit. Too windy for final moves. Onto Roos Tor then across to Cox Tor more simply then back to van.||nordicstar||31/03/2019|
|Nice circuit of these three tors.||jenx||31/03/2019|
|Parked in the view point CP on Whitchurch Common steady walk to Cox Tor (TP2477) > Roos Tor > Great Staple Tor > back to the car||Tony Hartry||07/03/2019|
|On my 100 tors in 25 hours outing. About 5 hours In and both me and Flook the dog going well so far, although one with a lot more energy than the other..||Chris Pearson||22/07/2018|
|Round of 4 Dartmouth tors before moving on, on another blisteringlg hot day with no breeze. From Great Staple Tor and onto White Tor.||jonglew||25/06/2018|
|On round of 4 tumps from Smeardon Down cp.||Moorponder||25/06/2018|
|Easy scramble to slab by top of Tor. Nearby is army flagpole and Logan stone. Cool and windy,||Denise||09/04/2017|
|Obvious high point, friendly granite tor.
Other visits on:-
|Day 3 of four-day backpack from Okehampton.||davidpettit84||17/09/2016|
|2/6 Cold day on Dartmoor (White Tor/Roos Tor/Great Staple Tor/Cox Tor/Great Mis Tor/Gutter Tor)||Fergalh||14/02/2016|
|From S, with Cox Tor.||RobertP||17/10/2015|
|Easily followed, wide track from Great Staple Tor||moorsman||20/08/2014|
|On big run with the gang having decided to press on despite cold heavy rain.||Chris Pearson||03/05/2014|
|Walked from Great Staple on the way to Lynch Tor||KatieJayne||11/07/2012|
|With Lesley from Princetown -circular walk over North Hessary Tor - Great Mis Tor -Roos Tor - Great Staple tor - Merrivale and round te old quarries to add out and back to south Hessary Tor. B&B at Postbridge for 3 nights.||Chris Pearson||20/02/2009|
|fine tor & view. c/w circuit from car pk 530751||RHW||05/09/2004|
|On lovely, easy* walk over grassland, moors and tors. Merrivale- Great Staple Tor-Peter Tavy- White Tor- Great Mis Tor- Merrivale. *dry conditions and sunny.||pwheeler||11/09/1993|
|A retrospective log based on notes in Terry Bound's book The A-Z of Dartmoor Tors.
Done as a precursor to a busy Christmas.
Recall meeting a somewhat eccentric letterboxer here. Strange what you recall after all these years.||Anthony Vosper||26/11/1989|