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Name:Langstone Downs
Hill number:17512
Height:379m / 1243ft
Parent (Ma):2881  Brown Willy
RHB Section:40: Cornwall & Devon
County/UA:Cornwall (CoU)
Class:Tump (300-399m)
Grid ref:SX 25545 73802
Summit feature:large ancient cairn
Col:346m  SX254745  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 201
(1:25k) 109
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 29 users)ByDate of Ascent
From the road end at Sharptor. Sharp Tor first, followed by Langstone Downs and then Stowe's Hill. With Mrs Anchovy, M and X.Herbert Anchovy11/04/2019
From Kilmar Tor, easy ascent to HP and then over to Sharp Tor.PeterD04/10/2017
As moorsman (parked at SX 25777 73047) but after passing through gate onto access land we climbed Sharp Tor first - a cracking little top - then onto Langstone Downs.David Gradwell11/09/2017
George Gradwell11/09/2017
Piles of rocks at the top.Alancache03/08/2017
Colin Crawford13/07/2017
Continuation from Newel Tor. Descended south-east to the Withey Brook, fording it by stepping stones after a gate. Then ascended south-east to the summit. Also visited the much finer Sharp Tor, as only 1m lower. To return, headed north over the east shoulder of Kilmar Tor and down to join the track from Trewortha which became the lane of my outward route. Solo.Man of Kernow111/04/2017
Superb sunny round of 7 Bodmin tumps. Three large cairns on top, central one highest. The Access land is not continuous at Wardbrook farm to the south so care is needed.Denise 22/10/2016
Grassy summit with 3 large ancient cairns, central one has the highest rocks.RichardM22/10/2016
Car parking at the end of the Sharp Tor road. A path leads off the main track heading towards the open access. Pass through a gate and head to the summit across springy grassland.moorsman18/06/2016
Parked at carpark next to hawks tor and walked over to it.194326/09/2014
3 large ancient cairns, middle one is higher. From SE, car park at end of road above Sharptor. W towards farm then permissive path NE to access land. Via the unmissable Sharp Tor which is spot-heighted just 1m lower. Then NW avoiding fenced field, across stile to Newel Tor.RHW13/04/2014
Nick Caunt09/07/2013
Summit was on LDWA 100 miler Wadebridge to Teignmouth - Ivor's Dream.Chris Pearson25/05/2013
Walked over this one, north to south heading back to Minions on a geocaching walk. Been here a few times since on DofE training and other caching walks.CornishGazza21/01/2012
Pensilva to Common Moor taking in as much of the higher ground as practical (access land not being continuous). Warm but hazy.Smudge26/03/2011
Edwin Gradwell10/04/2009
On ten tors walk.arranc27/09/1987