This walk: 2010-9-22. A misty day! New Waste, Stall Moor, Stalldown stone row, Stall Barrow, Hillson's House, Fox Moth caterpillar, Erme, Tristis Rock, PRDC marker.
Walk details below - Information about the route etc.
A previous walk in this area: 6 Nov 2008
Moor Strollers arriving at the stone row on Stall Moor.
A happy, smiling group photo!
A march of stones .....
A march of stones ..... a march of walkers.
A timeless image - since the Bronze Age, circa 2,000 BC?
The cairn or barrow on Stall Moor
"Gorillas in the mist" or "Guerillas in the mist"?
Still misty .....
The end of the Stall Moor row.
Unidentified lichen on one of the tall stones .....
As previous photo.
Hillson's House, named after a foundling found on the hill. His name became Hillson as he was a son of the hill!
From Hillson's House you can see the Eddystone .....
..... or is it that way?
View to Tristis Rock - oh yeah! I'll have to go back on a sunny day.
PRDC- marker for the catchment area of the to do with the water works/reservoir nearby, Plympton Rural District Council? Source: Plympton.
Smiles as the mist begins to clear.
Small clapper bridge near the reservoir.
The pace picks up - its the attraction of the, y'know!
MAP: Red = GPS satellite track of the walk.
Ordnance Survey © Crown copyright 2005. All rights reserved. Licence number 100047373.
Also, Copyright © 2005, Memory-Map Europe, with permission.
This walk was accessed via Cornwood, heading north-east from the village square, taking the third road on the left, at Torr - ignore a small green lane shortly following the first road on the left - then immediately right, finally bearing left to the car park at the yellow cross symbol on the map above.
Distance - 5.92 km / 3.23 miles