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This walk: 2008-5-8. Batworthy, Kes Tor (or Kestor Rock on the OS map) on Chagford Common, the Long Stone, along the Teignhead Road (Harvey map) north-west wall of Fernworthy Forest, seeing the memorial to a marine along the way, as far as the North Teign River near Teignbridge Farm to see the clapper bridge memorial to FHS again. The return was for the most part back along the same route but diverting to revisit antiquities on Shovell Down. This walk relates to the 2008-4-14_WaternTor walk when Kes Tor was removed from the route.
View towards Scorhill Circle from the path between Batworthy and Kes Tor.
Kes Tor (SX 665 862)
Kes Tor receding from view as we walked to the Long Stone
The Long Stone (SX 66031 85687 ± 4 m on previous walk), photographed from a low angle.
Another view, zoomed in with Kes Tor in the background
Stile at SX 850 651 where the wall from Stonetor Hill meets the forest boundary wall.
View of the Marine Memorial stone, 335 meters from the stile, 30 meters from the forest wall.
IN MEMORY OF
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As previous photo.
Panorama from the Marine memorial stone - click on it to see a full-sized stereo version.
Gate at the far cornwer of the forest boundary wall (SX 64178 84666).
Harry Starkey Memorial stone at by the footbridge at SX 64002 84640 ± 4 meters, as seen in the Watern Tor walk.
Fuller view of the scene with the memorial stone.
..... and again, including the clapper bridge.
View of the bridge, looking north, down the North Teign River.
As previous photo.
.... and again, from on the bridge.
View towards the Long Stone, from SX 66028 85713. Fernworthy Reservoir is just hidden in the distance, to the left.
View along a double stone row, looking north towards Scorhill Down / Gidleigh Common.
Triple circle containing a cairn and probable ruined cist, with a double stone row extending away towards Batworthy Corner which is in the background (towards the right edge of the photo).
Attempt to show the triple stone circle .....
A closer view of the double stone row extending from the triple stone circle towards Batworthy Corner.
Distant view of Kes Tor.
The welcome sight of the stone fireplace at the Warren House Inn, back on the B3212, towards Postbridge.
The Warren House Inn, third highest public house
in the country (altitude approx. 426 meters / 1397 feet). Hyperlinks:
Outside the Warren House Inn, quite an idyllic spot.