Eventually reached this spot after travelling on a one track road for what seamed like forever, but we didn't mind (except when another vehicle came the other way and one of us had to reverse!). We entered from the direction of Chagford.
Car park is chargeable, no exceptions for blue badge holders or disabled (tax exempt) vehicles listed - min £2 for upto 2 hours, and no designated disabled bays.
There is a stone chip pathway on the right hand side exiting from the car park, personally I find it a bit heavy going to push a wheelchair on stone chips, no chance if you're on your own and don't have an electric one. You could use the grass instead, but the grass is very uneven and it's quite an incline. The stone chip path leads to an "easy walk", supposedly accessible by wheelchair, but we didn't venture down it as it was too hot on the day we went.
If you can manage to walk short distances then you can try to reach one of the permanent seats or if you take your own chairs you can sit anywhere. Definitely take some shade with you, or at least a hat, for those hot sunny days and water or fluid would be good.
The view is stunning and whilst we were there, there was a good breeze, but you definitely need sun block as quite unshaded. There was a whole flock of geese on the day we sat for a while which was lovely. Definitely worth the drive for the view.
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