Our first stop on our pilgrimage was to visit the Chalice Well, a site of both Christian and Pagan significance as it holds King Arthur's healing fountains, the Lion's Head spring and the Chalice Well itself. The Well is known in legend as being the place where Joseph of Arimathea placed the cup that caught Christ's blood, leading to the Holy Grail legend. This caused the belief that the water's that run from the well (that were colored red due to Iron deposits in the ground) was Christ's blood flowing throughout the Earth. The greatest part of all this is that the site allows you to drink from the spring, fountain and well are all still functioning just like the day they were created. They also allow you to buy bottles to fill with the water or bathe any jewelry or sigils of religious significance that you may have.
Below is the Lion's Head spring/fountain and the Well.
Below are several landscape shots as we ascended the Tor, St. Michael's Tower and compass.
Below is King Arthur's tomb site, ruins of the Abbey including the main area and the Lady Chapel/crypt. As well as a far away shot of the Pilgrim's Mass.