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Ivybridge to Princetown

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The plan was to wild camp and watch the British army blow the hell out of their part of the park from a good high vantage point , the appropriately named “Great Mis Tor”

It happens a few times a month, link here

The fog beat us and instead we decided to camp in the Pub campsite in Princetown, to be honest we were knackered, cold and wet after camping on the moor the night before.

We parked at Ivybridge accessed the moor, camped wild one night and then one night at Princetown, totally distance 20 miles

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