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Name:East Mill Tor
Hill number:7778
Height:513m / 1683ft
Parent (Ma):2877  High Willhays
RHB Section:40: Cornwall & Devon
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Dartmoor
Grid ref:SX 59934 89888
Summit feature:flat rock slab
Col:489m  SX598893  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 191
(1:25k) OL28N
Observations:ground 12m SE at SX 59940 89879 may be as high
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 57 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Climbed from the military road to the West after parking at OP22.RVC06/08/2023
First top on a one-way trek from Belstone to Cudliptown in blistering sunshine. On to Oke Tor.agentmancuso11/07/2022
Little Hound, Hound, Steeperton and East Mill Tor from BelstoneRHW15/04/2022
Direct from Meldon Reservoir dam, past the ponies on Longstone Hill to Yes Tor and High Willhays. The sun came out, so also made a bee-line for East Mill Tor, returning back to the dam car park over Okehampton Common.summitter14/04/2022
3 of 3 on 5.7 mile walk starting at rowter car park having stayed the night in the camper. Straight across from willhays. Found a used hand grenade among the shrub obviously left behind by the troops in the areaThe-Z-Man02/09/2021
From Okehampton - Belstone Tor, East Mill Tor, Steeperton Tor, Hound Tor, Hangingstone Hill, Black Hill, Cut Hill, Brown's House Top, Higher White Tor and Longaford Tor. Camped near the top of Longaford Tor before descending to Princetown from where I added South Hessary Tor while waiting for the bus. 41.5km, much of it boggy, tussocky, pathless toil in unrelenting rain and wind. Highlight was getting the tent up, changing into dry clothes and crawling into my sleeping bag.Herbert Anchovy07/08/2021
Visited on a walk out to Cranmere Pool. Solo.meltdiceburg16/04/2021
From Cut Hill via Cranmere Pool on my way back to the car at East Okement Farm. There is a case for spelling it ‘East Mil Tor’ since Mil is a Devonian contraction of Middle, referring to the higher tor’s to W and E.Nick Down114/07/2019
From just before the moor gate (SX 6168 9334), room for 4-5 cars. Over Belstone and Oke Tors first. Lovely evening walk in sunshine and with a light breeze. Worthwhile 10k round trip.jonglew27/06/2018
Staying in Belstone so did Belstone Tor, East Mill Tor, Hangingstone Hill, Steeperton Tor, Hound Tor and Cosdon Hill. 13.5 miles - just over 5 hours on a lovely November day.clivevilla13/11/2017
2 1/2 hr out and back with L and Flook the Pointer on good tracks from Belstone.Hid from a few clearing showers under big umbrella. Magnificent sweeping views of emptiness. Rendevouzed with L's family for lunch back at Belstone at noon before ascending Belstone Tor. Had missed this prominant Sub Dewey top on previous bagging circuits / an O event / and an OMM all of which had come close.Chris Pearson10/07/2017
LOng circular walk with Grampeecastleviewblue17/07/2016
Detoured to the summit on the way back from Okement Hill to Okehampton CampMariana Trench12/09/2015
6/8 Sixth of long day Belstone Tor/Cosdon Hill/Hound Tor/Hangstone Hill/Steeperton Tor/East Mill Tor/Yes Tor/High WillaysFergalh18/07/2015
Ample parking alongside the army building at the end of the metalled road, just west of East Okement Farm. From just south of here a direct path to the summit cuts off all the bends.moorsman19/08/2014
Ten Tors Route D - Started at Okehampton Camp and followed military roads past East Okement Farm then climbed Oke Tor. About turn to cross back over East Okement River and ascend eastern slope of East Mill Tor.MattD9910/05/2014
Fourth and last summit of the day as we aim to do a 10 mile loop from Belstone taking in 4 summits. Lovely weather and amazing views.Stephenfarmer29/05/2013
circular walk from Oakhampton campSoary0512/08/2012
On CUHWC Dartmoor trip as part of a 47km traipse from Postbridge all the way to Yes Tor, High Willhays and back. Took in White Ridge and Hangingstone Hill on way out, Cut Hill and Higher White Tor on way back. Bogs mostly frozen, fortunately.Mark Jackson11/02/2012
CUHWC Dartmoor Trip. Same as Mark. What a day!AGWilliamson11/02/2012
On a two day walk across Dartmoor arrive on the tor late in the eveninghodder06/07/2007
Visited during Ten Tors 2002 route D. Unlikely we visited the actual summit.stripybadger12/05/2002
Another retrospective log with a little help from Terry Bound's A to Z of Dartmoor Tors.Anthony Vosper07/05/1995
with High Willhays (qv).pwheeler06/04/1988
Andy West27/03/2022
Scott Morley 8610/08/2020
Denise 06/03/2011
Steve Q05/06/2009
David Purchase15/08/2002