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Name:Bellever Tor
Hill number:17498
Height:444.1m / 1457ft
Parent (Ma):2877  High Willhays
RHB Section:40: Cornwall & Devon
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Dartmoor
County/UA:Devon (CoU)
Class:Tump (400-499m)
Grid ref:SX 64471 76444
Summit feature:rock 3m E of trig point
Col:370.6m  SX 6351 7761  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 191
(1:25k) OL28N OL28S
Observations:trig point and rock are on a tor; tor to W is c 50cm lower than rock and about level with trig point base
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 67 users)ByDate of Ascent
With Jo, circular walk from Bellever: Laughter Tor and Bellever Tor (top and trig). Weather: generally cloudy with a cold wind, moderate visibility.amblerbob13/04/2019
Dry and grey.Dugswell231/03/2019
Parked in the small CP at Higher Cherrybrook Bridge easy walk through the forest to a clearing then turned right heading to the top of the TorTony Hartry04/03/2019
From yh.Moorponder23/06/2018
KJF An afternoon walk from Bellever clapper bridge. Lots of ponies at the top.crazy25/10/2017
2/11 (South Hessary Tor/Bellever Tor/Laughter Tor/Sharp Tor/Hayne Down/Pepperdon Down/Blackingstone Rock/Nattadown Common/Meldon Hill/Uppacot Down/Piddledown Common)Fergalh07/10/2017
Having triumphed over the gorse descent of Laughter Tor, it was an easy ascent on the path to the popular Bellever tor, with trig proudly standing just near the natural high point in sunshine. We returned on paths via Bellever YH to our roadside car parking, hungry for lunch!.Denise 13/08/2017
Easy walk on track / path from Bellever. Justifiably popular place with great views. Feeling hungry as everyone is enjoying lunch and I left mine in the car. Other visits on:- 03-02-1981,RichardM13/08/2017
Dartmoor Rescue Charity WalkPK119/02/2017
Dartmoor Crossingbenwloudon23/07/2016
cold windy name. summited in the early afternoon on 7km walkLyle1234507/02/2015
Large, very cheap, Forest car park. From here you can select either a Forestry Commission walk or follow the right of way from the village. The latter, which I did, is a very easy stroll.moorsman22/08/2014
With Denise from CP at 635,770.Crib Goch01/07/2014
Walked up from Bellever in the dark having arrived at the hostel a little early.jonglew01/12/2013
Parked at Belliver forest before heading to Laughter tor first and then on to Belliver torfostersm22/11/2013
nice tors, very cold wind and snow cover.Adrian10/03/2013
On 2nd day of CUHWC trip: Postbridge - Bellever Tor - Laughter Tor - Dartmeet - Sharp Tor - Corndon Down - Hamel Down - PostbridgeMark Jackson12/02/2012
3 day tripAJones26/04/2011
Laughter Tor (a misnomer today) 400m top & Bellever Tor 400m top - more substantial hourish outing with Darren from SW in rain and bog and mist -wet feet & all over damp feel . Getting more like OMM training.Chris Pearson07/08/2010
Tor BaggingPK114/05/2006
Climbed a few times from YHA Bellever.Jake99426/07/2005
Retrospectively logged. Date recorded in a copy of The A to Z of Dartmoor Tors by Terry Bound. In the days long before web site such as this. In most cases only first visits are recorded. Remember this being a pre New Year walk. Wet and damp up through the woods to the summit. Found a geocache and remember thinking what a posh letterbox.Anthony Vosper30/12/2002
On Dartmoor north/south reccy.arranc09/03/1985
Lorna S06/04/2019
Tony S06/04/2019
Glasgow Girl01/11/2017
carole engel01/06/2013
Neil Midgley23/07/2010
Tony J17/12/2005
Chris Peart25/08/1984
Colin Crawford03/04/1984
Jonathan Russell01/01/1970