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Hill number:17505
Height:412m / 1352ft
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 55958 70344
Summit feature:rock
Col:346m  SX560709  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 202
(1:25k) OL28S
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 39 users)ByDate of Ascent
A circuit of Sharpitor, Peek Hill, Lowery Tor and Lether Tor from the car park by the pond. The summit ridge of Lether Tor is reminiscent of Striding Edge!Nick Down118/07/2019
Nice clear day, little wind. Great views.Davemate19/01/2019
Not yet 7am and into the 3rd hour of my 25 hr 100 tors run/ walk and still enjoying the cool of the early morning before the scorching sun rose higher. Pleased to have threaded a route of sorts up through the bracken over Lower Leather and fortress like Leather Tor- although suprised to have walked into a bog when all else is bone dry . Scattered boulder clitter hindered a fast run down to the road where I had a hidden water bottle - keeping hydrated being the key today.Chris Pearson22/07/2018
From cp to nMoorponder25/06/2018
From parking area to N. Leeden Tor first then over to here. Then did the lovely Leather Tor (unfortunately only a stump).jonglew24/06/2018
Easy run up from the road to the summit and back.isabelle06/05/2018
Short stroll SW from potholed parking area by pool, cows and horses drinking in fading pink light. HP seemed obvious top of tor.Denise 21/10/2016
Short ascent from road.RichardM21/10/2016
From car park by pond. Easy ascent with A.PeterD21/06/2015
6/8 Did Sharpitor and peek hill like the others from the car park on main road.Fergalh31/05/2015
Very impressive hill accessed from the car parking area at the highest point of the adjacent road (next to the pond).moorsman21/08/2014
Parked at the car park below Sharpitor and a quick walk up before moving across to Peek hill and a picnic teafostersm21/07/2014
Only a hour in to the big run with the gang. delayed whilst me and John climbed up along the convoluted south ridge -ups and downs. raining - not looking good.Chris Pearson03/05/2014
With G. Princetown > North Hessary Tor > Great Mis Tor > Sharpitor via dismantled railway > Leathor Tor > Hart Tor > Princetown.RT197029/06/2012
With Jo, short walk from B3212: Sharpitor and Peek Hill. Weather; generally sunny, mild, good visibility.amblerbob15/05/2012
Nice amble up with Nicky, Emily & Joe, whilst driving through Dartmoor.fnem13/04/2012
After supper in our favourite restaurant of the week Morrisons at Tavistock- 2 meals for £5.50 incl drinks. Drove up onto Dartmoor to do at 7pm Sharpitor a 400m top. v windy and misty students- 2 lads and 3 girls trying to put a large tent up in freezing wind ! would it survive the night? From summit in the gloom followed wide path to nearby Leather Tor. We camped near Cadover Bridge (where OMM 2013 would start from) using car as a windbreak short grass ideal. Rained in night. Awoke to rainChris Pearson10/08/2010
From car park on B3212 beside pond at SX 55711 70678. Broad path to summit.David Gradwell09/04/2009
Tor Bagging. Walked up from CP next to pool.PK108/01/2006
lovely tor & view. from car pk on highest point of road adjacent RHW05/09/2004
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.Anthony Vosper14/08/1992
carole engel23/06/2018
Lesley Atchison03/05/2014
Edwin Gradwell09/04/2009
George Gradwell09/04/2009
Chris Peart05/09/1989