Climb the dramatic granite tors rising from the rolling moorland of Dartmoor. Includes all tors with at least 300 m height and 50 m of prominence on Dartmoor in the county of Devon, England. A hiking/hill-running challenge, not involving hills in permanent snow, located near the cities of Plymouth and Exeter. Created and maintained by peakery member Mark Trengove.


Highest peak

High Willhays

2,037 ft / 620 m

Most prominent peak

High Willhays

1,761 ft / 536 m

Most summited peak

High Willhays

70 summits

Most difficult peak

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Difficulty breakdown

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Top climbing months

August   12%

October   12%

September  10%

  • Dartmoor is home to fantastic Tors, and although not as high as some of the peaks in the North of the Country, it does offer a fantastic training ground with some incredible views from high up.
  • Although High Willhays is the highest Tor on Dartmoor, its neighbour Yes Tor seems to be much more impressive a Tor, but on a clear day the views from both are stunning.