Lower Dunna Goat is one of a pair of oddly-named tors in the west of Dartmoor, a little to the east of the commanding Great Links tor. Its sibling, Higher Dunna Goat, is a couple of hundred metres north. It offers spectacular views into the wild remote high moor with Fur Tor an obvious focal point. It involves a bit of extra effort to get here than some other tors but it’s not that hard really. I parked up at the car park behind the Dartmoor Inn and walked up between Brat and Arms tors.
This shot shows the tor at sunrise in January. I was extremely fortunate to have the thin bank of cloud drift in from the west to offer an interesting sky – particularly as it shadows the shape of the tor itself.
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